See below to find out about the exciting events happening at All Saints over the coming months. Please subscribe to our mailing list so that we can inform you about any new events.
If you yourself are interested in organising an event, be it a fashion show; classical concert; trendy gig; lecture, book signing, gala dinner, whatever your requirements why not contact us to find out how we can help you. Our Venue Hire section has more info.
Brighton Early Music Festival
Saturday 6th November, 7.30pm
Brighton Early Music Festival makes a welcome return to All Saints Hove this autumn with a programme exploring our tempestuous climate, as well as a nod towards #Shakespeare400. The BREMF Players and Singers are joined by a specially selected line-up of young soloists, including recent Kathleen Ferrier prizewinner James Newby.
Purcell Welcome to all the Pleasures
Locke Suite from The Tempest
Purcell Excerpts from King Arthur
Penelope Appleyard & Angela Hicks, sopranos
Edward Edgcumbe, countertenor
James Way, tenor
James Newby, baritone
The BREMF Players, Alison Bury, leader
The BREMF Singers
John Hancorn, director
Tickets: £5 – £25 at www.bremf.org.uk or call 01273 709709
Meditative Songs and Taize Chants by Candlelight
Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality
Friday 18th November 2016, 7.30pm- 9.30pm
We are delighted to welcome back, by popular demand, Delia Rosenboom to run this two hour acappella singing workshop. A nourishing evening of beautiful sacred songs, all taught by ear and sung in the magical presence of candlelight within the magnificent setting of All Saints Church. Uplifting songs sung in four-part, harmony, from the Taize monastery and other sacred traditions. This experience will carry you to a rich and peaceful place. Delia is an acapella choir leader and natural voice practitioner. She leads her workshops with tremendous skill, joy and grace. No experience necessary. Enjoy a little bit of heaven on earth!
Tickets £10, concessions £7, available on the door
City Charity Christmas Concert
Thursday 1st December, 7pm
A concert of Christmas music, carols and readings for all the community raising money for Martlets and the Argus Appeal.
Early Bird Tickets are available until the 7th November, after which non restricted view tickets will be £10.
Book your tickets here.
The Hanover Band Chorus
Thursday 8th December, 7.30pm
Erica Eloff soprano, Tai Oney alto
Bradley Smith tenor, Edward Grint bass
THE HANOVER BAND CHORUS
Andrew Arthur director/harpsichord
DOME BOX OFFICE
Tel: 01273 709709
or online via the Brighton Ticket Shop
Sussex Symphony Orchestra, Christmas Concert
Saturday 10th December, 7.30pm
Let’s get Christmassy! A great selection of seasonal classics, including The Nutcracker Suite and our own version of The Twelve Days of Christmas in which you, the audience, get a starring role. Plus all the trimmings – carols, seasonal readings and plenty of tinsel.
Conductor – Mark Andrew James
Get your tickets here.
Soul of the City Choir
Saturday 17th December
“Brighton’s Soul of the City Choir is back once again singing a fantastic set list including Nina Simone, Leonard Cohen and Bastille – this is a gig not to be missed!
We’ll be raising awareness for and supporting Sussex Nightstop – a local charity which supports young people facing homelessness.
Tickets are £8.50 / £6.50 concessions – for details of how to purchase please contact us through our website www.soulofthecitychoir.com
Soul of the City Choir is a fun, friendly choir singing pop, soul and gospel classics. We think everyone can sing and complete beginners, shower singers and pros are all welcome. With no auditions and no requirements to read music it’s all about the enjoyment of singing.
We’re always welcoming new members so if you’ve never experienced the amazing feeling of singing in a choir why not try a free taster?
For further information please get in touch either via email email@example.com or through our websitewww.soulofthecitychoir.com“.
Candlelit Labyrinth Walk
Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality
Wednesday 21 December 2016, 7.30pm – 9.15pm
As part of our preparations for Christmas and to mark the Winteer Solstice we have an evening of silence, sound, movement and meditation. We walk a replica of the medieval 12th Century labyrinth found in Chartres Cathedral, France. The Labyrinth is a non-dogmatic, generous symbol of invitation that people are often magnetically drawn to. The single, spiralling path of the labyrinth which leads to a central area is a metaphor for our life and spiritual journey. You walk the same path back out returning to the beginning. There are no tricks or dead ends unlike mazes. The walk will be accompanied with evocative live music.
In the last thirty years, walking the labyrinth has re-emerged as a meditative practice and a symbolic image of pilgrimage, not in the geographical sense, but of the journey we each make through life: a journey to the centre, a return to the heart, back to the Spirit who faithfully waits for us. Walking the labyrinth allows dimensions of ourselves to come into our consciousness; a way to meet our true selves. Use the opportunity of the Christian season of Advent to experience this ancient spiritual practice. No experience needed.
Tickets available on the door: £8 standard / £5 concessions.