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Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

Deeper Into Movies presents:

Alejandro Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain

The ultimate arthouse auteur, the celebrated director, beloved by the likes of John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Dennis Hopper and David Lynch, has been an influence on everything from Alien, The Exorcist, the imagery of Marilyn Manson, and even the songs of Noel Gallagher, Marina Abramovic’ and Kanye West.

A unique, extraordinary figure in the cinematic landscape, this is a rare chance for audiences to see his masterpiece in all its breathtaking, visionary glory.

In a corrupt, greed-fueled world, a powerful alchemist leads a Christ-like character and seven materialistic figures to the Holy Mountain, where they hope to achieve enlightenment.

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Doors 7.30pm

£7 https://dice.fm/partner/deeper-into-movies/event/be9ov-the-holy-mountain-screening-26th-feb-latest-music-bar-brighton-tickets



Thursday, February 27th, 2020

Catalyst Club and Leaping Hare Press present:

New Ways of Doing

With authors Nick Moore, Matilda Tristram, Heather Thomas

 

Matilda Tristram: Small Drawings Every Day 
Matilda is a writer and illustrator who writes and draws short diary comics every day as a good writing practice to try and condense a memorable moment into a few frames. She will talk about how to approach doing this and how to think about who you’re writing for and why.
Matilda’s comic strips have featured in the Guardian, Vice, Glamour and Art Review. She has credits on lots of children’s television shows and is currently on the writing team for Peppa Pig.

Nick Moore: Thoughts from the Road, a Journey into Mindful Cycling
Nick will explore the circumstances, questions and realisations that led him to write Mindful Thoughts for Cyclists, and where events and the road have taken him since its publication. A personal reflection on finding a more balanced approach to life – and absolutely no Lycra required.

Heather Thomas: Eating to Relate to Nature
Heather’s book, The Mindful Kitchen, deciphers the latest in ecological behavioural science to demonstrate how to develop a nature relatedness practice.  By adapting your everyday eating and cooking habits you can become the change by discovering that nature is not out there, it is in you. This talk explains how.
Heather is the founder of The Mindful Kitchen, a sustainable eatery and workshop hub based in Copenhagen, Denmark.  She has trained in climate change communications with Al Gore and the Climate Reality Project and works with The Green Party to make the world more regenerative and abundant for all.

Doors 7.30pm

£7/£5 concessions www.wegottickets.com/event/494665



Friday, February 28th, 2020

Attila the Stockbroker’s 40th Anniversary World Live Stream Gig!

 

The first of many events celebrating 40 years of Attila the Stockbroker. He’s done about 3500 gigs in 24 countries and thought it’d be a good idea to do one where everyone could watch at once! It’ll be filmed and broadcast live on Facebook and Youtube by Brighton cable channel Latest TV from their studio, Latest Music Bar in central Brighton.

The first 45 minutes will be a set of his poems old and new. Then he’ll be joined by his band Barnstormer 1649 for the second half – his best songs, spanning 40 years and countless albums. You are warmly invited to be part of the audience. It’s in the downstairs bar in the Tv studio and the beer is good! 🙂

Tickets are strictly limited to 70 so please get them early!

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Doors 8pm

£8 www.wegottickets.com/event/494692



Saturday, February 29th, 2020

The Grand Nowhere

As The Grand Nowhere calls it a day, we will be giving this band that’s been a huge part of our lives the send off it deserves.

Latest has been great to us and it only feels right to bring it home here, it’s set to be a great party with a show full of our musical discography from over the last 5 or so years.

With support from Koala Club, bringing catchy riffs and singalong lyrics, The Dirty Cassettes, who combine modern Telecaster riffs with a classic britpop wall of sound, and snooze music coming out of the Brighton sea from the lovely Raffles.

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Doors 7pm

£5 www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-grand-farewell-tickets-92572020405