We are really excited to support and host the new immersive poetry performance and book launch for talented poet and performer collaborator and friend Toby Chown.
In/Out are delighted to present their 2nd seasonal cabaret event at the Rosehill. Following the success of ‘A movement of freedom’ in March they will be back with a vengeance, now including internationally acclaimed performers Ricardo Puccetti and Naomi Silman from Brazil! So no excuses…be there…or you’ll regret it!! Live performance, music, laughter and unexpected interventions with Yael Karavan, Ricardo Puccetti, Naomi Silman, Tim Harbridge, Joe Watson, Xelis de Toro and more…
Baroque Futurism from GRIMM GRIMM with visuals from Daisy Dickinson. Support from Sun Dialler
A stonkingly rare UK appearance from a genuine US cult icon. Jad Fair will give a very intimate performance alongside long-term collaborator, and fellow Half Japanese member, Mick Hobbs
A very special night with the awesome Saidi Kanda!
Founded by internationally respected percussionist, Saidi Kanda, has played his hareem of homemade instruments with Grace Jones and Remmy Ongala’s Orchestra Super Matimila to name a few. Mvula Mandondo presents an original concoction of Tanzanian village roots, urban rumba and Afro-Caribbean influences, blending traditional and modern instruments. Saidi Kanda’s vocal virtuosity accompanied by commanding guitar-driven rhythms will make you move. Alternatively, you may just want to sit back, relax and let strings, thumb piano and harmonies, beats and guitar rhythms wash over you like tropical rain.
SUPPORT FROM DJ FRAVI LIMANDO - playing congo rumba
Solo set from Daniel Arcus Incus Ululat Higgs, lyricist and frontman of the band Lungfish. It’s not that his artistic output – spanning three decades, numerous albums, books of poetry and collections of drawings – simply eludes classification, it defies it.
Ceremonial laptop return with more ambient, drone and experimental sounds
***** CANCELLED*****Colliding lines - Reanimation (live re-scoring of Soviet-era cartoons+surrealist animation)
**** POSTPONED - apologies from the artists but unforseen circumstances the event has to be postponed for this evening! We are all really dissapointed - apologies!!!****Colliding Lines launch a new, bi-monthly night of live art, sound and vision, presenting experimental collaborations and post-label projects from select performers. We begin with Reanimation: a live re-scoring of Soviet-era cartoons and surrealist animations by four different artists.
Three distinct voices from Manchester’s experimental imprint Cuspeditions come together to celebrate the release of Miki Yui’s album Mills, a joyous salute to the sun in all its manifestations.
We are always excited when Safehouse put on a night here, expect quality improvisation and adventurous ,captivating sound explorations.
A night of highly ambitious, experimentally realised pop music.
Another monthly instalment this fascinating young collective.
A modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's masterpiece. Set in 2018 within the dysfunctional dynamic of a family run pub, and staged in a site specific, immersive pub environment, the self destructive themes of the play are brought vividly to life whilst fully retaining the complexity of Shakespeare's language.
Book launch, reading and DJ's about an incredible real story of a legendary school in Jamaica run by Catholic nuns which started a musical revolution.
‘Alpha’s story must be told and re-told.’ OLIVIA GRANGE, Minister of Culture, Jamaica
An evening of songs from two fascinating and up and coming artists. North Dakota troubadour Tom Brosseau and Brighton's own Kristin McClement who has that special songwriting gift...
Futursaul, a new collaboration from Vels Trio's Jack Stephenson-Oliver and Barney Whittaker, AKA Footshooter. Expect a dance-floor focused blend of jazz and broken beat from two of Brighton's most recent musical successes. Joining them on the line-up are Circa 2000, Takete and Ink.
Join us for an evening of English Folk hosted by Brighton Morris men and Cuckoo’s Nest women’s’ Morris. An evening of dance, street theatre, song and music, celebrating traditional English jollity.
“Following the contours of tunes with skill and precision, these two highly talented musicians frame traditional music in all its technicoloured glory. There aren’t many who can sculpt and carve music and song in this way. Moving and thrilling...”
Verity Sharp - Late Junction, BBC Radio 3
“Eric Chenaux’s delicate and deft approach creates utterly beautiful and beguiling songs. Few musicians, experimental or otherwise come close” – Music OMH
An evening of delicious soup, excellent live music and an open fire to raise funds for Indian Futures a Brighton based charity aiming to improve the quality of living and education in South India.