- Friday, May 29th, 2015
MalaPata Productions presents
A Woman of Uncertain Age
This one woman show follows Ruth, a late 40’s single mother, on her train journey to introduce her baby daughter Eve, to her grown-up son. Ruth’s conversations with her infant daughter, her fellow passengers and, her inner thoughts are quite often at odds with her outer utterances.
Ruth’s journey is definitely a mixture of “lost and found”. she feels like a yesterday’s newspaper that has been left behind on a train station bench.
On her journey Ruth pours out her heart to one sympathetic listener after another. We learn how Eve’s father has left: ” No. He didn’t die!!! …he just Buggered Off!!”
But men are definitely still on her mind. In fact, she can’t stop thinking about them “…does anyone else find charcuterie incredibly suggestive?”
After a series of mishaps and adventures she arrives at the terminus realising that, sometimes, even trains can go around in circles.
Doors 6pm Show 6.30pm Price £5
Synergy – A night of Audio Chemistry:
Synergy is Brighton’s only dedicated Alt Electronic, EBM, Industrial, Goth night! featuring guest Dj’s regularly and occasional live performances! Expect to hear a whole selection of great tunes from across the EBM, Goth, Industrial, Alt. Electronic genres!
Bands we play: Vnv Nation, Combichrist, Covenant, Faderhead, Tactical Sekt, Acylum, Assemblage 23, Xotox, Icon Of Coil, Cubanate, Revco, Ministry, Aesthetic Perfection, KMFDM, Komor Kommando, RBN, Ad Inferna, Terrorfakt, Agonoize, Altered, Front 242, Frontline Assembly, Sisters Of Mercy, Fields Of The Nephilim, Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Mission, Gary Numan, And One, Phosgore, Angelspit, Aphex Twin, Apoptygma Bezerk, Dope Stars Inc, ESC, Flock Of Seagulls, The Cult, Eisenfunk, Eisbrecher, Code 64, Fractured, Die Krupps, [distatix], Dismantled, :SITD:, Project Pitchfork, Diary Of Dreams, Deviant UK, Depeche Mode, Caustic, Reaper, Rosetta Stone, Rotersand, S.A.M, Schallfaktor, Seabound, SKinjob, Skinny Puppy, Solitary Experiments, Soman, Straftanz, Suicide Commando, Tenek, Unter Null, V2A, Velvet Acid Christ, :Wumpscut:, X-Rx, Funker Vogt, Centhron, Frozen Plasma, Dawn Of Ashes, Das Ich, Celldweller, Blutengel, Ayria, New Order, New Model Army, Type O Negative, Neuroticfish, Nachtmahr, Mortiis, Modulate, Killing Joke, Iris, and many, many more!
Plus Free Glowsticks & Lollypops on Entry!
Doors 9.00 Price £5/ £4/ £3
- Saturday, May 30th, 2015
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- Sunday, May 31st, 2015
+ Hickory Signals
Last November, London-born singer-songwriter James Riley lost a coin-toss in a greasy spoon café in Deptford and moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Though relocating to the home of country music on a whim might seem a brash move, it was one that this 27-year old yarn-spinner, experimental blender of bluegrass & soul had secretly hoped he’d make ever since he first heard the sound of Hank Williams crooning through his parent’s 8-track.
James has always travelled far and wide in search of new sounds and inspiration, once even hitchhiking and busking his way to Istanbul with only an acoustic guitar. He has played hundreds of gigs to audiences across the UK and beyond, honing a knack for candid delivery of disarmingly beautiful songs about cities, lovers and moments in life aligned. With only a parlour acoustic guitar and his voice James channels a heady blend of bluegrass, Bill Withers-inspired soul, and high-energy, pulsing acoustica, infused with early Springsteen-like jubilance.
After acclimatising life in Tennessee, James is returning home this summer for a string of nineteen dates around the UK, showcasing brand new tracks to be released as part of a Pledge Music campaign. The tour will include a headline date at London’s St. Pancras Old Church on July 3rd before he heads back to the States to finish his album and continue pursuing new songs and new stories.
“Awesome… like the Allman Brothers meets the Seeger Sessions” Laura Marling
“It hooked us on first listen…from the harmonies to the guitar work there’s nothing to not like” Folk Radio UK
Doors 7.30 Show 8.00 Price £4