What’s on this week at Brighton Dome: Symphonic electrical-trip, Courtney Barnett Live, 8-hour Music Marathon and more...
9 Nov 2018
Looking for something exciting to do this week in Brighton? Amidst a jam-packed line-up of events, you can enjoy the musical talents of blues performer, Seasick Steve and indie-darling Courtney Barnett and for those who want to delve into the world of classical music, we’ve got Army of Generals and The British Paraorchestra's kraftwerk re:werk and our Coffee Concert with Jacquin Trio. Read on and discover more...
Blues performer, Seasick Steve is heading to Brighton in support of his new album Can U Cook? as part of his UK tour. You can expect a mix of boogie, blues, rock americano and folk music. Supporting Steve is special guest and country, folk and blues artist, Prinz Grizzley.
Fri 16 Nov
The Australian award-winning artist, Courtney Barnett is heading back to the UK this month. Since the release of her debut album Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit, Courtney has been celebrated for her compelling voice, witty lyrics and deadpan singing style. 2017 saw the release of, Lotta Sea Lice, a collaborative album with Kurt Vile. This week, Courtney will be performing her latest album, Tell Me How You Really Feel alongside whiplash wit and a full band at Brighton Dome’s Concert Hall.
Sat 17 Nov
A FREE 8-hour music marathon will be taking place to support the next generation of musical talent in Brighton & Hove. Over 158 performers will be performing 5-10-minute performances throughout the day. Bring your family and friends and experience an 8-hour marathon, featuring everything from rock to pop and folk to classical performances.
Find out more about the Music Marathon
Sat 17 Nov
Charles Hazlewood conducts Army of Generals and the British Paraorchestra Brighton Dome this week. Composers Charlotte Hardling and Lloyd Coleman present a thrilling symphonic trip, kraftwerk re:werk. The ground-breaking new musical experiment takes Kraftwerk’s iconic album Trans-Europe Express as the starting point for a thrilling symphonic trip. You can expect an intoxicating mix of symphonic and electrical instruments, from drum machines, moogs, an electro-harp and a suite of orchestral strings and brass.
Sun 18 Nov
Are you a vintage lover, or collector? Come along to Vintage Brighton Fashion Fair, bringing you 30 hand-picked vintage and vintage-inspired traders. The fair will showcase vintage fashion, jewellery and accessories. Get your hands-on Art deco items, books and collectibles. Expect live music, a tea party and a vintage hair salon!
Sun 18 Nov
Everybody’s favorite is back. Stand-up comedian Ross Noble returns this week to Brighton on his live tour of El Hablador.
Noble started in comedy at the age of 15 and has established a loyal audience as one of the world’s best live stands-ups.
This year, Ross presents his new show El Hablador. Talking about his new show, Ross says:
‘Expect the unexpected. Unless you've seen me before. Then you know what to expect. But I might not do that. But then again, I might. I expect it will be one of those two options.’
Sun 18 Nov
As the refurbishment of the Corn Exchange continues, our Sunday morning chamber concerts stay at their temporary home of Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA). This week, Coffee Concerts present composers Jacquin Trio, the front runners taking the chamber music stage. For people aged 8-25, you can experience Jacquin Trio’s performance for free, with the CAVATINA scheme.
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