What’s on at Brighton Dome: Mon 30 Nov – Sun 6 Dec
30 Nov 2015
Wow! We kick off December and wind up a wonderful November and earsthetic mini-season with a spectacular line up of gigs, comedy and classical music here at Brighton Dome. Read on to find out more…
Blue Camel Club - Mon 30 Nov
Carousel’s brilliant club night for people with learning disabilities has a stellar line-up with Music from The Revs and Dancing Rock Queens, performance from Fan Dance Company and mayhem from the Funky Lama Club (tbc). Get down and get with it.
earsthetic: The Tiger Lillies - Mon 30 Nov
Lulu: A Murder Ballad
The Tiger Lillies’ genre-defying brand of other-worldly vocals and unnerving performance style have carved them a unique niche in the cabaret and music theatre scene. After a sell-out run of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, the cult creators of the award-winning Shockheaded Peter now stage another adaptation of a macabre classic.
SeaWomen by Mikhail Karikis - until Tue 1 Dec
SeaWomen is a free video and sound installation by Mikhail Karikis focusing on a fast vanishing community of elderly female sea workers living on the North Pacific island of Jeju – a jagged patch of black volcanic rock that belongs to South Korea and floats between Japan and China.
Bianca Casady & The C.i.A. : Porno Thietor - Tue 1 Dec
Fresh from David Byrne’s Meltdown at Southbank Centre, Bianca Casady steps out of the familiar context of CocoRosie to take to the stage with a new music performance project. Together with long time collaborators The C.i.A. and dancer Biño Sauitzvy, Bianca performs music from her upcoming album in a theatrical performance that marks her debut as a solo artist.
SPECTRUM: Sam Walker - Wed 2 Dec
Curated by Brighton Dome and Resident Music, SPECTRUM brings you Brighton’s finest music artists, on their way up. This month features Sam Walker supported by Collectress and Dan Smith
Frozen Light’s The Forest - Thu 3 - Sat 5 Dec
Journey through a mystical forest in this multi-sensory adventure created for teenagers and adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and their companions.
Akala - Thu 3 Dec
Akala shows why he’s an artist that brings more to the UK rap game than most. If you haven't heard of him yet, he's a London-born rapper, poet and journalist, whose articulate, socially conscious hip-hop won him a MOBO award for best hip-hop artist, plus his most recent album Knowledge is Power II sent critics wild.
Paul Foot - A Retrospective - Fri 4 Dec - Sun 6 Dec
"Welcome to my Retrospective. This year I really want to revisit three of my shows from the past and perform them side by side, one night after another. While this might seem an unusual idea, I want to do this because all three of these shows are very different from one another and were all created in a short period of time (2009-2012). They have all become shows I am very proud of and that I would love to share with my audiences today." Paul Foot 2015
Kevin Bridges A Whole Different Story - Sat 5 Dec
Kevin Bridges returns to the road with a brand new show A Whole Different Story…
Soulful Singing -Sat 5 Dec
Group singing teacher Mahasukha leads this uplifting harmony workshop with sacred song and heaps of infectious enthusiasm to get your spirits soaring
Brighton Dome Tea Dance - Sun 6 Dec
With the Footloose Dance Orchestra. We transport you back to the elegant age of the 1920s and 1930s at our ever-popular tea dance.
Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra - Sun 6 Dec
The BPO return be under the baton of guest conductor Stephen Bell with Dvorák Overture: In Nature’s Realm, Strauss Horn Concerto No.1 and Bruckner Symphony No.4