It’s half term this week and the fun doesn’t have to be just for the kids – give yourself a break too, we’ve seven days of smashing events ahead of us at Brighton Dome, with plenty of gigs and shows for all ages.
Give your friends a fright this Halloween and furnish yourself with some gruesome make-up tips at our Theatrical Make-Up Workshop
Shake off any residual Monday misery with some beautifully crafted storytelling from the witty and wry Daniel Kitson and Gavin Osborn
For the young, and young at heart, experience magical dance with Akram Khan Company’s
Asian Dub Foundation live score THX 1138 and bring George Lucas’ disturbing, dystopian vision to the heart of Brighton
Duck, Death and the Tulip. Through mime, magic and puppets, telling the story of a heart-warming friendship between a playful duck and a character called Death, this production deals with the difficult subject of death in a deceptively simple way. Recommended for ages 2 – 8 and their families
Godspeed You! Black Emperor bring their sonic and visual awesomeness to Brighton – expect a powerful, beautiful all-out assault on the senses.
TEDxBrighton 2015 offers a cerebral, engaging and accessible day of insight around the theme of Losing Control. Read our interview with 2015’s host Laurence Rickard
Curated by Brighton Dome and Resident Music, SPECTRUM brings you Brighton’s finest music artists, on their way up. This month features Gaps, Tiger Lion and Astra Forward
African Night Fever and Yaram Arts present Lokito Ya Congo. Their music fuses the styles of modern Africa and the new diaspora. Their sound is joyous with vibrant melodies that are sweet to the ears while rocking the dance floor.
The Big Big Tea Party Head down for a multicultural celebration of local arts and heritage with exhibitions, workshops, films, food and craft stalls.
Joanna Newsom fills our Concert Hall with her unique melodies, so come down, sit back and indulge in a new set of Newsom songs