The play “The Little Creepers” by Charlotte Bell is Manic Arts debut show, winning Birmingham’s University Dean Award. A one woman play about the trials and tribulations of a teenage schizophrenic in the twenty first century.
The Great Escape is the festival for new music, showcasing 450 emerging artists from all over the world in 30+ walkable venues across the city. It’s the first place to discover your new favourite artist and see them in an intimate setting before they go on to headline major festival stages.
As part of Brighton Fringe 2017, House of Alchemy will be taking over pop-up venue, No Walls Gallery, situated in the heart of Brighton, opposite the iconic Brighton Dome. The gallery will be premiering the work of over 20 international Visionary Artists and will host a programme of workshops, events and free talks.
Brighton Fringe is England’s largest arts festival and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world. We set out to stimulate, educate and entertain a diverse range of people through a diverse range of art forms. And all this in an iconic city with unique cultural heritage.
The Drawing Circus returns to The Old Market this month with a homage to German Expressionist film. The central Expressionist ethic of change, and a willingness to look to the future by experimenting with bold, new ideas and artistic styles, is as relevant today as it was in 1920s Germany.
On Tuesday 2nd of July, from 2-4pm Corridor Gallery will be hosting an “#AskTheArtist” Q& A session in the space, with Holly Rozier creator of the Unheimlich exhibition.
Douglas and Helen Horner will be hosting the opening of the new gallery Fresh Hell. We kick off with a Private View exhibiting the works on paper of multi-media artist Jan Blythe, a Scot residing in the Bay Area of San Francisco; the abstract paintings of Mima Chovancova, a Brighton based Slovak artist; and the Conceptual Expressionistic paintings of Tallahassee Lexington.