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January 2022

Suite 16

28 January @ 10:00 am - 24 April @ 5:00 pm
Conclave Brighton (Ground Floor Gallery Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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Free
Suite 16

Suite 16 Conclave Brighton's 16th Group Show of affordable art with 25 artists working across a wide variety of themes and genres. Featuring: Alexandra Owen / A.Pozas / Billy Chainsaw / Beav-Art Ian / Barrie J Davies / Chris Curtis / Charlotte DW / Cassette Lord / Francesca Apicella / Girl Sh*t / Jimmy Dee / Kirsteen Adams / Louis Gale / Louis TF / Liz Whiteman Smith / MC Cashback / Michael Panteli / Mypenleaks / Mishfit / Steve…

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March 2022

CONCLAVE PRESENTS Michael Panteli’s Malice in Underland

5 March @ 10:00 am - 13 March @ 5:00 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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Free
CONCLAVE PRESENTS Michael Panteli's Malice in Underland

Panteli started his art career as a cartoonist with former UK cult comics Zit and Smut. He is a long-time collaborator with the legendary underground cartoonist, Robert Crumb, and they have been creating joint works of art via the postal system since 2003. His influences are golden-age ("pre-code") comic covers from the 1930s-50s, wartime propaganda posters, art deco advertising, the underground comix scene of the late 60s/early 70s, and vintage product packaging and billboards. His works generally start in acrylic,…

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May 2022

BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: George Sawyer: True. Mostly.

6 May @ 6:45 pm - 8 May @ 7:45 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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£6.50 – £9.00
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: George Sawyer: True. Mostly.

Sawyersaurus Productions presents GEORGE SAWYER: True. Mostly. Brighton Fringe 2019 People's Choice Nominee, George Sawyer, returns with a bunch of stories that may or may not have happened to him or to anyone, ever. Don’t believe everything you hear, except everything in this show. Expect tall tales of a cosh-wielding cockney gran, a psychotic Jack Russell terrier, a movie maniac alarm clock and some rapping. Dad rapping. TICKETS REQUIRED 3 Performances: Fri 6th May 18:45-19:45 Sat 7th May 18:45-19:45 Sun…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Mindful Iris

12 May @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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£4 – £20
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Mindful Iris

The iris is a symbol of wisdom, hope, trust and valour. All good qualities to look for in a song. Songs have been chosen for possible insights and advice about mental well-being. The overall message is uplifting - songwriters are constructive about your mental health! We will sing and talk about songs encouraging supportive relationships, social physical activities, arts and craft and creative work, and music itself. We’ll ponder the benefits of smiling, singing, sisterly compassion, touch, knitting, walking, acceptance,…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Acting & Creating a Character (Workshop with Julian Caddy)

15 May @ 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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£8.50 – £12
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Acting & Creating a Character (Workshop with Julian Caddy)

An opportunity to take part in a short, interactive workshop led by Julian Caddy, performer, producer, and CEO of Brighton Fringe Festival Come and get your teeth into a refreshing approach to acting with this Stanislavski-inspired technique. Part lecture, part improvisation session; open to all, experienced or not. Based on Julian's regular London workshops at Conway Hall. Reviews from past students: "Amazing insights in to the art of acting" "Excellent guidance and useful feedback" About Julian Caddy: Julian began his…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Moral Panic

16 May @ 6:30 pm - 22 May @ 7:30 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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£9 – £10
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Moral Panic

Blue Dog Theatre presents MORAL PANIC A play by Stuart Warwick It's 1984, and Charles Hawthorne is working as a film censor. It's a turbulent time, with national hysteria around a gaggle of extreme horror films - branded the video nasties. Charles is taking it all in his stride though, and even sniffs a possible promotion. That is until there's a new appointment at the board. An appointment of a female censor who turns Charles' world upside down, and has…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Lewys Holt – Phrases

21 May @ 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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£5 – £8
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Lewys Holt - Phrases

Phrases is a one-man dance, multimedia and spoken word performance. It is a minimal, reflective piece that continually shape-shifts between PowerPoint presentation, dance performance, stand-up set, private conversation, and storytelling recital.   Phrases exists in a kind of ethereal space. Projections of stream-of-consciousness writing are paired with often improvised movement and discussions of communication, to create a subtly humorous yet unnerving piece. Generally, the piece expresses some kind of solidarity with the anxious, the confused and those who overthink. It…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: This is What the Menopause Looks Like

28 May @ 10:00 am - 5 June @ 5:00 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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Free
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: This is What the Menopause Looks Like

"This Is What The Menopause Looks Like" is an exhibition of portraits and interviews of 70 people from across the UK, funded by Arts Council England. After experiencing a difficult menopause herself, artist Catrin Osborne travelled the UK meeting, interviewing, and photographing people going through menopause. This process culminates in an exhibition of photographs and interviews of a cross-section of people from diverse communities and backgrounds: the participants (of various different ethnicities, class, gender status, or disability status) all detailing…

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June 2022

BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Quest With Us!

2 June @ 6:15 pm - 4 June @ 9:45 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Quest With Us!

You’ve always known you were a hero at heart, with a yearning for adventure... Quest With Us! will help you to prove it. In a world premiere event, this team of world-builders, storytellers, and role-playing experts will help you to build your own story through the power of imagination and a shared space for group story-telling. With our pioneering drop-in, drop-out system, we’ll be helping you to build a bespoke and participatory narrative adventure in a persistent world across all…

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BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: Writing about Menopause Workshop

4 June @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Conclave Brighton (Basement Exhibition Space), 9 Queens Road
Brighton, East Sussex BN1 3WA United Kingdom
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Free
BRIGHTON FRINGE FESTIVAL: This is What the Menopause Looks Like

"This Is What The Menopause Looks Like" is an exhibition of portraits and interviews of 70 people from across the UK, funded by Arts Council England. As part of the exhibition's events, this is a FREE creative and practical writing workshop, hosted by Osborne & What, and led by local writer, Maggie Winters. Open to anyone who would like to learn about writing about the experience, addressing the impact of ageing and the menopause on identity, sex, and sexuality in…

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