What's On at Brighton Unitarian Church
Brighton Unitarian Church is a unique space in the heart of the city, a smaller venue ideal for intimate occasions - concerts, recitals, choirs, theatre productions, art exhibitions, poetry readings, book launches and much more. Please contact Marion for more information.
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The Venue Calendar shows What's On (Public events) at Brighton Unitarian Church. See also our Regular Hirers each week,and information in our latest Newsletter. Click on an event title below to find out more about that event.
Friday 15th March Hilary Burt’s Blue Calluna is an 8 piece band of vocals, flute, saxes, piano, bass, drums and percussion. They play carefully crafted story-songs and exciting instrumentals by composer Hilary Burt. Expect an evening of joyful music, exquisite harmonies and catchy melodies. The music has jazz at its base with sprinklings of latin, funk, folk and soul. Jump into Spring with Blue Calluna! Personnel: Lucy Pickering - vocals, flute; Beccy Rork - tenor sax, soprano sax, flute; Kate Hogg - alto sax, flute, bansuri flute, penny whistle; Hilary Burt - alto sax, flute; Steve Morgan - keyboards; Dave Barnard - bass guitar; Alex Eberhard - drums, guitar; Chris Stockel - percussion, drums.
Doors doors 7.30 p.m.
Concert 8 p.m.
Tickets £10 on the door
Friday 26th April, 7 p.m. A Night of 21st Century Folk Music
Tickets £16 from Resident Records or on the door.
Fundraiser for Peter Tatchell Foundation
Friday Lunchtime Concerts at Brighton Unitarian Church.
The January to April 2019 programme is now available.
Friday 25th April, Doors 6 p.m. Concert 6.30 p.m.
Pergolesi: Stabat Mater - Timi Mohai (soprano), Jean-Pierre Brzechwa (counter tenor) and the Beaufort String Quartet:
Ann Hubble Violin 1
Pamela White Violin 2
Jane Tyler Viola
Elizabeth Parker Cello
Composed in 1736 in the final weeks of his life, this Stabat Mater by Pergolesi is a sentimental and highly ornamented masterpiece. We are delighted to bring alive this exquisite oratorio in a venue with extraordinary acoustics.
Tickets: Free. Donations on the door - Brighton Unitarian Building Appeal Fund.