- Friday, October 28th, 2016
Welcome To My Nightmare
An actually gay men’s chorus Halloween production
Following the sellout success of their Halloween performance last year, AGMC are embracing their dark side once again as they bid you ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’.
Take your seats if you dare for an evening of music, mystery, monsters and the macabre to start this Halloween weekend off in devilish style.
Presenting the show and performing with the Chorus for the first time will be the frightfully fabulous Martha D’Arthur bringing her unique fiendish yet fun style to the occasion. This will also be the first AGMC production as they enter their second decade and will be fronted by new Musical Director, Samuel Cousins.
Expect a stirring musical repertoire as diverse as Jekyll and Hyde, Alice Cooper, Rocky Horror and Adele as well as many other surprises.
With a glass of fizz and canapés on arrival, the audience is encouraged to enter the spirit and there will be a prize for the best dressed to thrill!
The evening will be raising money for Inclusion For All and The Rainbow Fund.
Doors 8.00 Price £20/ £18 concessions www.actuallygmc.org
- Saturday, October 29th, 2016
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- Sunday, October 30th, 2016
The Little Unsaid
+ Cate Ferris
The Little Unsaid bring their impassioned full band show to Brighton to celebrate the completion of their fourth album, Imagined Hymns & Chaingang Mantras, recorded with Graeme Stewart (Radiohead, Jonny Greenwood).
After a relentless tour schedule in the UK and Europe, taking in major festivals including Glastonbury, The Little Unsaid are sealing their reputation as a must-see live act with cathartic performances that have been described as sliding between Nick Cave-esque fury and the tender sincerity of Leonard Cohen. Combining cinematic string arrangements, minimal electronics, hypnotic piano loops and John Elliott’s haunting, androgynous vocals, the latest single ‘Symptomatic’ sees the band refining what Dots and Dashes has called their ‘giddying conflation of folk, electronica and lavish orchestration…one of the supposed genre’s grandest successes thus far.’
‘Extraordinary music…this is an amazing act’ – Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2
Doors 7.30 Price £5 adv/ £6 door www.wegottickets.com/event/37