A new event for players of all sorts (no spectators). Led by artist Rachel Cohen from Safe House Collective.
Calling all improvisers: musicians, visual artists, poets, dancers.
A space to create spontaneously with a multi- discipline group.
To celebrate Delia Derbyshire’s birthday itself there would seem to be no better choice than former Brighton resident the musician and engineer Sarah Angliss. She will be joined for this occasion by Ingrid Plum, sound artists, singer and founder of the Bechdel series of events.
Dictionary pudding presents IAN WILLIAM CRAIG (FatCat Records / Qu Junktions)
Born in Edmonton, Canada in 1980, Craig’s practice runs on a combination of classical vocal training and process-based uncertainty.
Famous poet Chris Parkinson presents poetry, politics, paranoia and anthropomorphism, complete with fish demons, grammar nazi's and performing seals.
Plus support from The Eating Habits of Politicians.
Winner of Best Literature (Brighton Fringe 2014).
"Too many poems" (Fringe Guru).
Vid Drašler (drums) Tom Jackson (clarinet) and Daniel Thompson (Guitar) met for the first time in the spring of 2016 as part of the CRAM Records residency at FriForma in Ljubljana, Slovenia. During the residency the trio had the fortune to play and record as a trio in Vrhnika, Slovenia and immediately vowed to collaborate again.
The Sussex Poetry Festival, now in its eighth year, attracts
underground poets and enthusiasts from across the UK and overseas to
perform, celebrate, and discuss their writing. The festival is not
plugged into corporate publishing agendas but rather is intimate,
participatory, and conversational.
‘This thoughtful, playful and multi-layered piece will make you question how we watch and what we see…’ ☆☆☆☆ The Guardian, on Gambini’s This is not a magic show
‘A gentle, cerebral show in which Gambini unpicks both his tricks and the expectations of his audience… A tightly constructed piece of performance.’ ☆☆☆☆ The Stage, on Gambini’s This is not a magic show