Brighton Fringe Preview – Hendricks Carnival of Knowledge

Published On May 14, 2013 | By We Love Brighton | Theatre & Arts Features

Dear Gin lovers, someone has listened to our prayers and it’s bringing us the perfect excuse to enjoy our favorite drink: HENDRICK’S Carnival of Knowledge, which is going to offer intellectual sustenance to all minds this year for Brighton Fringe, from 24th to 27th of May.

For 4 days Angel House, Number One Brunswick Terrace, will host the Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge Bar, a place to enjoy exotic drinks served to you by some of the world’s finest bartenders.

It’s necessary to dwell on the location a bit longer, a Regency Town House with a grand four story Georgian frontage on the seafront, exactly on the Hove/Brighton border. A property with many original features, high ceilings & stunning sea &sunset views, creating a unique & inspirational backdrop.

To be honest, any person should join this unique experience where you won’t just get sozzled but learn and savour, which will allow you to get the most out of a drink right from the start. We have all the different events here on welovebrighton.com among them The Hour, Idlers of the Enlightenment, A Feast of Learning and The Dream Lab.

The Hour, it’ll be hosted by David Piper and Duncan McRae, it’s going to be a mystical journey to share together. The Cocktail Hour is the most delightful ritual, and one worth considered cogitation. Cocktails and canapés included. [Friday 24th May]

Do you know something about philosophy of ‘idlerism’? Espoused by philosophers and writers such as Rousseau and Dr Johnson. You could learn it in the Idlers of the Enlightenment, a symposium with Idler Editor Tom Hodgkinson, John Mitchinson, and writer Mark Vernon. [Saturday 25th May]

The Feast of Learning will feature a plenty of curious courses, delicious cocktails and diverting entertainments. “Cooked & presented by world-renowned, yet for now anonymous, secret guest chefs, prepare to have your mind & body nourished in a unique voyage of culinary discovery!” [ Saturday 25th, 8-11pm]

After all this, some of rest could be fine, couldn’t it? The Dream Lab, go to take a nap on their curious and unusual dream machines on Sunday 26th, 1 to 5PM, free admission!

Thank Brighton it’s May!

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