Things to do At The Weekend: 27 – 28 April
Our picks for all weekend:
.The Annual Brighton Jukebox and Retro Fair – 3 halls of stalls selling jukeboxes & jukebox parts, records, music memorabilia, vintage clothing, retro homewares, shoes, neons, diner furniture, rock n roll/rockabilly clothing, jewellery, retro giftware and Gretsch guitars.
.Workshop – The Secret Life of Objects. Award winning dance/physical theatre company The Karavan Ensemble (www.karavanensemble.com) have the pleasure to invite Naomi Silman from Lume Teatro, Brazil for an exclusive one off Workshop in central Brighton this April. Don’t miss the opportunity to work with internationally renowned performers.
.“just because things break doesn’t mean they are broken” is the title of of the new exhibition by young artists Jacob Belkin and Karol Michalec at Painting Pottery Cafe
.Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival
.Green Architecture Day – Talks by designers, practitioners and professionals run in partnership with Low Carbon Trust and in association with RESET.
.Tapas Night – Celebrate the end of the winter @ The Purple Grape
.Beginners Solo Charleston Workshop at The Good Companions
.The derelict municipal market building in Circus Street will open its doors to the public for the first time in many years next week, when people in Brighton & Hove are invited to an exhibition seeking opinion on regeneration proposals for the area.
.3rd Annual InCarNation – With stands, displays and entertainment on the Ace stage, if the roar of an Italian V10 engine is music to your ears, or a tyre shredding drifter gets your adrenalin pumping, make sure you don’t miss this unique, free to attend, seaside event.
.Brighton Record and CD fair will be held at the Brighton Centre in the newly appointed Syndicate wing.
.Spun Glass Theatre – Scratch Sessions. With a focus on promoting new writing, Spun Glass Theatre will ensure that new ideas are given a sure start. Five teams of new writers will have ten minute slots to try their new poetry, script, short story, stand up; anything goes.
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