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Thursday, April 4th, 2019

THE SPACE: INTERVIEWS WITH MICHAEL EAVIS & LUKE JENNINGS

MICHAEL EAVIS

Michael Eavis is the founder of the Glastonbury Festival. The first festival took place in 1970, then called the Pilton Pop Folk & Blues Festival. The following year came Glastonbury Fayre, which was free and later became known as the Glastonbury Festival. Michael is also a dairy farmer and the festival takes place on his farm. In 1997, he stood as a Labour MP for that year’s General Election. Ten years later, he was awarded the OBE, for services to music. The Glastonbury Festival is a huge annual event in British culture and raises millions for charity organisations.

www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk

LUKE JENNINGS

Luke Jennings is best known as the author of the 2018 thriller novel CODENAME VILLANELLE, a compilation of e-book novellas. With production company Sid Gentle Films and producer Sally Woodward-Gentle, he developed it into a television series named KILLING EVE. He is an Executive Producer on the series. Adapted by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, it became hugely popular and acclaimed, and topped The Guardian’s Top 50 TV Shows’ list of 2018. Luke had a key input into KILLING EVE, from collaborating on its look, the main characters’ relationship and more. He has written a variety of other books and is Dance Critic for The Guardian.

www.lukejennings.com

Sponsored by Brighton Film School www.brightonfilmschool.co.uk

Doors at 19:15, starts at 20:00 (times may change slightly)

£17 Book at www.thespace.uk.com / Follow The Space on Facebook @TheSpaceEvent



Friday, April 5th, 2019

Seize the Night 2 – Up all Night!

An evening of music, dancing, comedy and drink to raise money for Mental Health Research and in particular, the Mental Health Foundation.

Morgan Jones is a Brighton-based stand-up comedian
Patric Kearns is a Brighton-based stand-up comedian who suffers with OCD
Hoover my Loverug is a fabulous 8-piece covers band
Is that your Peacock? is a retro-electro dance duo
Bette Noire and the Situation blend blue grooves with kitchen sink angst
The Sarah Chaplin Duo play a short set of Jazz and Latin numbers
Manon Hagger is an Indie singer-songwriter who wears her heart on her sleeve

Doors 7.00 Price £12 www.ticketsource. co.uk/seize-the-night2

 

 



Friday, April 12th, 2019

Washed Out

Washed Out Festival will be returning in 2019 – but this time it will be bigger and better than before. The festival will be taking place on Friday 12th April from 18:00 until 02:00 and on Saturday 13th April from 13:00 until 02:00, making it a spectacular two day event across multiple venues in the vibrant seaside resort of Brighton.

A music festival hosted in the centre of Brighton, in a selection of the city’s best underground music venues and idiosyncratic bars. A festival with roots firmly in the Brighton DIY community. Curated by a team of driven and passionate live music promoters, who champion DIY artists and scenes, whilst they cultivate mainstream success. Washed Out aims to build Community via a DIY approach to Art and Punk culture.

Venues for this years festival will include all of our usual favourites; Green Door Store, The Prince Albert, Quadrant, The Hope & Ruin, Latest Music Bar and East Street Tap (but No Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar RIP). Whilst new additions will include Patterns and The Richmond. That’s a total of 8 venues jam packed with new breaking bands and some you’re most likely already very already familiar with.

Once again we will be bringing you some of the best bands and artists that the DIY scenes have to offer us! So far we have announced:

All The Best Tapes, Aerial Salad, Arxx, Big Slammu, Brightr, Cruelty, Crushing, Dogeyed, Drill Folley, Egyptian Blue, Fights & Fires, Gender Roles, Gork, Habits, Itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Kamikaze Girls, New Gardener’s Society, Night Swimming, Other Half, Sans, Super Lemon Days, Wizard Sleeve, All Better, Americansignlanguage, Bitch Theme, Bloody Death, Cady, Charlotte Light and Dark, Death and the Penguin, Death by Shotgun, Doe, H_ngm_n, I Feel Fine, Mean Caesar, Modern Rituals, Pocket Dread, Public Body, Punch On, The Menstrual Cramps, The Winter Passing, Throwing Stuff, Triple Sundae, Woahnows and Yr Poetry.

For links to the artists please visit our website:

www.washedoutfestival.com/line-up-2019

We look forward to welcoming you all to Brighton next year for a punk rock party by the sea.

www.facebook.com/events/177859539794796

£22 https://dice.fm/partner/dice/event/bvxwg-washed-out-festival-2019-12th-apr-various-venues-tickets



Saturday, April 13th, 2019

Washed Out

Washed Out Festival will be returning in 2019 – but this time it will be bigger and better than before. The festival will be taking place on Friday 12th April from 18:00 until 02:00 and on Saturday 13th April from 13:00 until 02:00, making it a spectacular two day event across multiple venues in the vibrant seaside resort of Brighton.

A music festival hosted in the centre of Brighton, in a selection of the city’s best underground music venues and idiosyncratic bars. A festival with roots firmly in the Brighton DIY community. Curated by a team of driven and passionate live music promoters, who champion DIY artists and scenes, whilst they cultivate mainstream success. Washed Out aims to build Community via a DIY approach to Art and Punk culture.

Venues for this years festival will include all of our usual favourites; Green Door Store, The Prince Albert, Quadrant, The Hope & Ruin, Latest Music Bar and East Street Tap (but No Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar RIP). Whilst new additions will include Patterns and The Richmond. That’s a total of 8 venues jam packed with new breaking bands and some you’re most likely already very already familiar with.

Once again we will be bringing you some of the best bands and artists that the DIY scenes have to offer us! So far we have announced:

All The Best Tapes, Aerial Salad, Arxx, Big Slammu, Brightr, Cruelty, Crushing, Dogeyed, Drill Folley, Egyptian Blue, Fights & Fires, Gender Roles, Gork, Habits, Itoldyouiwouldeatyou, Kamikaze Girls, New Gardener’s Society, Night Swimming, Other Half, Sans, Super Lemon Days, Wizard Sleeve, All Better, Americansignlanguage, Bitch Theme, Bloody Death, Cady, Charlotte Light and Dark, Death and the Penguin, Death by Shotgun, Doe, H_ngm_n, I Feel Fine, Mean Caesar, Modern Rituals, Pocket Dread, Public Body, Punch On, The Menstrual Cramps, The Winter Passing, Throwing Stuff, Triple Sundae, Woahnows and Yr Poetry.

For links to the artists please visit our website:

www.washedoutfestival.com/line-up-2019

We look forward to welcoming you all to Brighton next year for a punk rock party by the sea.

www.facebook.com/events/177859539794796

£22 https://dice.fm/partner/dice/event/bvxwg-washed-out-festival-2019-12th-apr-various-venues-tickets



Friday, April 19th, 2019

Folklore Sessions presents

Chloe Foy

+ BEACONS

+ Edie Bens

Chloe Foy writes a brand of melodic, homegrown music, bursting with colourful lyrical and textural inflections evocative of much of the music she loves.

Taking inspiration from classical music as much as wider transatlantic trends in folk and indie, Chloe’s songs comprise of carefully constructed arrangements that delicately compliment her cryptic lyricsHaving performed at SXSW in Spring 2018, Chloe has captured the attention of rapidly growing UK and US audiences.

With the release of her singles ‘Asylum’, ‘Flaws’, and ‘In The Middle Of The Night’, she has accumulated over 8 million plays on Spotify, as well as earning the praise and airtime of the likes of NPR Radio’s Bob Boilen and the BBC’s Steve Lamacq. She has just been named a 2019 BBC Introducing “One To Watch” by Radio 3’s Late Junction.
She spent summer 2018 touring in support of the mercurially talented Jesca Hoop (as well as singing backing vocals in Jesca’s band), before embarking on her first ever UK headline tour in the Autumn.

With her strikingly beautiful voice and emotionally direct songwriting, Chloe looks set to have an exciting 2019, with a debut album in the pipeline, a headline spring tour and a string of major festival appearances already confirmed. Chloe is supported by the PRS Momentum Fund.

www.facebook.com/events/330554050867608

Doors 7.30pm
Tickets £5 www.seetickets.com/event/folklore-sessions-presents-chloe-foy/the-latest-music-bar/1309280?fbclid=IwAR3nTQas9-NsOMlF1gtT5wy130tPbXohZ0vTe7uHkptV5FDZ1wR6YLvfDQU



Thursday, April 25th, 2019

The City Reads Book Quiz

DOORS: 6.30pm

EVENT STARTS: 7.00pm

EVENT FINISHES: 9pm – 9.30pm

£5 www.cityreads.co.uk



Saturday, April 27th, 2019

Sassy Cabaret – Sassy in Space

Space; the final frontier. The Sassy Cabaret Club are back for our 4th consecutive year to seek out new sass and new glittery civilisations and boldly go where no cabaret show has gone before! Expect sassy storm troopers, fantastic femme-bots and some seriously saucy alien invasions!

Sassy Cabaret is a full sit down burlesque show followed by an after party where you can rub shoulders with the cast and crew and let your glittery hair down.

Starring:

Lou Safire

Betty Nails

Juice Orange

Miss Lily Fortune

Madaleine Soleil

Tori Tequila

Trixy Vixen

DJ Mewtant

Be warned: tickets sell out in advance, so we strongly advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment! Our venue is gorgeously intimate, therefore tickets are limited.

Any group bookings please let us know ahead of time, so we can accommodate your lovely selves appropriately.

Dress code: space/sci-fi themed attire would be fabulous, although not mandatory. Dress how you feel comfortable but perhaps add a bit of glitter for good measure – we find it always helps!

Doors 8pm / show starts promptly at 9pm – 11pm / after show space themed shindig until late

Tickets £12.50 online / more OTD www.wegottickets.com/event/461547