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‘The Winterling’

Tue 21st January - Sat 25th January
New Venture Theatre, Bedford Place
Brighton , BN1 2PT United Kingdom
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NEW VENTURE THEATRE ‘The Winterling’   By Jez Butterworth, Directed by Steven O’Shea “You fall asleep out here, something creeps up and eats you”. In a dilapidated farmhouse on rural Dartmoor, in the depths of winter, West, a gangland fugitive, awaits the arrival of two old associates he has summoned from London to deal with some […]

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Rottingdean Treasures

Tue 21st January - Sun 26th January
Grange Gallery, The Green
Rottingdean, Brighton, BN2 7HA
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ROTTINGDEAN PRESERVATION SOCIETY Rottingdean Treasures   A unique opportunity to see pictures and documents from our permanent archive which illustrate the history of the village and its residents. ​For 2020 we are showing many previously unexhibited items including prints, pictures and the thirties household accounts of Sir Roderick and Lady Jones at North End House. […]

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12:30 pm

St Nicholas Lunchtime Recital

Wed 22nd January @ 12:30 pm
St Nicholas Church, Church Street
Brighton, BN1 3LJ United Kingdom
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St Nicholas Church Brighton

LUNCHTIME RECITALS AT ST NICHOLAS Wednesdays 12.30-1.15pm Beautiful music in the heart of the City . January 2020 22  Sirius Chau: Hong Kong-born flautist Sirius Chau gives a recital comprising of well-known works including Carmen Fantasy and lesser-known gems by Danish composer Friedrich Kuhlau, with British pianist Irena Radić   29 The Gin Jazz Trio (flute, guitar and […]

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7:30 pm

Cézanne, l’art du portrait et du paysage

Wed 22nd January @ 7:30 pm
Brighthelm Centre, North Road
Brighton, BN1 1YD
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Brighton & Hove French Circle

BRIGHTON AND HOVE FRENCH CIRCLE Cézanne, l’art du portrait et du paysage   An illustrated talk in French by Mr Brian Stimpson Paul Cézanne, maître de la forme et de la couleur, reconnu comme le « père de l’art moderne », a consacré sa vie à peindre des portraits, des paysages et des natures mortes.  […]

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