The World is Listening head to The Rose Hill, Brighton, for a weekend celebrating and supporting women in music.
Supported by Arts Council England
**EVERYTHING IS FREE!!**
*Workshops are safe space for people who identify as women only*
All humans welcome to the Drop-In, Gig and Panel!
Heavy-hitting Brighton 10-person Afrobeat outfit King Nommo return to the stage after a 7 month hiatus. Prepare yourself for some soaring brasslines laid out over heavy grooves, some majestically beautiful vocals, and an aching body the day after from all that dancing you'll have did!
Radical Pedagogy and Creative Experiment in Post-Punk Leeds
This lecture explores an overlooked experimental art and music scene in the city of Leeds in the 1970s and 1980s. A Lecture by Gavin Butt.
Part of the South East Network for Performance talks series
It is about an island, a town and it's people.
It is our response to the current state of the world and it’s imminent collapse.
It is about the kaleidoscope of competing narratives of who we are.
It is a love song.
Eyeless Records celebrate 10 years of life with an ALL AGES and FREE party/ all dayer on Easter Saturday April 15th at awesome venue The Rose Hilll. The day includes a merch table for all the artists, a drawing table for kids, nice food and drink and a lovely crowd. Bring your kids, families and friends to a lovely celebration of music and creativity in the heart of Brighton.
STUFF. is a 5 piece live band that brings a cross genre groove, from broken hip-hop to more electronic and jazz influenced future funk. The closest musical similarities and reference points would be artists such as Flying Lotus, Thundercat, Hiatus Kaiyote & Radiohead.