What's On at Brighton Unitarian Church
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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.
Saturday 10th November, doors 7.30 p.m. Concert 8 p.m.
The One World Orchestra Comes Home to Brighton
The 18 piece One World (jazz) Orchestra plays music for Brighton.
They will play a selection from founding composer Paul Busby’s East Sussex Suite, plus titles from other suites of his such as “Refugee”. In fact the band takes its name from P.B’s last and crowningly glorious suite “The One World Suite”.
The Orchestra is made of fine musicians who have individually worked for the likes of George Harrison, The Stranglers, Bellowhead, Incognito, Brian Eno and so many more that these pages would burn if they were all included.
Ticket price £8. Tickets Brighton Unitarian Church / or via the orchestra’s website
Lout Promotions present John Smith
Friday 16th November 2018
Under 16's accompanied
Tickets £15 adv available from Friday 18th May at 9am www.loutpromotions.co.uk/john-smith.
John Smith has played to audiences all over the world in festival tents, living rooms and sold-out concert halls. He tours relentlessly with his guitars, looking to communicate through a song and to share something intangible with those willing to listen. His uniquely intimate take on love, loss or even a mythic murder ballad, combined with his innovative guitar work, have won him a loyal following.
Friday Lunchtime Concerts at Brighton Unitarian Church.
The September to December 2018 programme is now available.
Saturday 22nd September, A Sound Connection
We come together to experience the magic of stillness and sound on the morning of Saturday 22 September 9am in this beautiful grade II listed church in central Brighton.
We connect with ourselves, our breath and the present moment through a guided meditation. This enables us to experience the music in a profound way. We lie down to absorb the sounds and vibrations of the live acoustic music played to us.
We have an array of talent; Pianist, Flautist, Steel hand drummer and vocalist. The church has great acoustics and the Grand Piano sounds beautiful. These musicians tune into the energy of the moment, freely expressing with trust to create an exquisite, spontaneous and harmonious soundscape.
"Music binds us together with invisible threads." Pam Brown
'A Sound Connection' vision statement - to create inspiring, harmonious experiences of sound and nurturing connections
This event is sponsored by Ollybars- the vegan, natural superfood energy bar. So complimentary bars for all- yum!
£20 Earlybird until end August / £25 from 1 Sept
Enquiries/ bookings: email@example.com
Pay by Paypal (to above email) or purchase tickets on Eventbrite
Friday 26th October, 7 p.m.
Tucson Salvage: Tales and Recollections from La Frontera is a new book based on Brian Jabas Smith’s award-winning columns for theTucson Weekly. Offering sharp, empathic commentary on diverse subjects, Smith channels the men, women and trans not usually seen or valued in society, and in doing so, holds a mirror to us all. Tucson Salvage the Documentary is a 30-minute meditation on five humans profiled in Smith’s columns, co-written by Brian Jabas Smith & Maggie Smith. Forged by adversity and united by humanity, the people in this documentary allow us to witness those we might never approach and hear them tell their own life stories. Joined by musical guest Barry Smith and filmmaker Maggie Smith, alongside author/filmmaker Kirk Lake, this Brighton reading/screening and signing promises to be gritty, self-reflective and unforgettable.
Friday 14th December Liela Moss
Tickets Dec 14th show are on sale NOW!
Tickets here: https://www.seetickets.com/tour/liela-moss
Doors 8 p.m.
Concert 8.30 p.m.