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Brighton Festival Chorus - Summer Concert

Friday, 1st July 2016, 7.30pm

A concert to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme, with music and poetry closely connected both to Sussex and to the battle. The programme will include works by Vaughan Williams, Francis Purcell Warren, Herbert Howells and Hubert Parry, and readings from Owen, Sassoon and Hodgson.

James Morgan – Conductor
Arcadian Ensemble
Brighton Festival Chorus
Brighton Festival Youth Choir

Tickets: £20, £15 and £5 for students and under 16s
Group discounts and concessions available.

Dome Box Office, 01273 709709 or www.brightonticketshop.com.

Living Consciously: Opening to the Fullness of your Life

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality

Sunday 10 July, 1.30pm – 5.30pm

Join us for an afternoon workshop with two of the world’s leading mindfulness teachers, Dr Joel & Michelle Levey. Have you ever sensed a deeper wisdom and compassion that opened your heart to a dedication for living life more fully and becoming a force for good in the world? This experiential workshop offers a wealth of inspiration and practical methods for living more consciously and compassionately and expanding your access to a wide range of extraordinary human potentials for wisdom, compassion, creativity, wonderment, selflessness and service. The afternoon will be a blend of meditations, silence, teachings and mindful reflection.

Bookings to be made through Eventbrite: £25 (standard), £10 (concessions).

I have come that they may have life, and have life to the full.” Gospel of John 10 v.10.

Sussex Symphony Orchestra - British Music

Saturday 16th July, 7.30pm
Malcolm Arnold – Four Scottish Dances
Elgar – Cello Concerto
Vaughan Williams – Symphony No 3 ‘The Pastoral’

Cello soloist – Pavlos Carvalho
Conductor – Christopher Braime

To buy tickets click here.

Blessings and Beatitudes – a day of reflection and creativity

Brighton & Hove Centre for Spirituality

Saturday 23rd July 2016, 10.30am – 4.30pm

The act of blessing is a living mystery within many spiritual traditions. In this course we will uncover, explore and celebrate our own blessedness and its action in the world, using the ‘Appleseed’ process of mindful, simple creativity.

Inspired by beautiful and unexpected readings from a wide range of sources, participants are guided in meditative arts activities requiring no special skills.

‘Appleseed’, a form of practical spiritual exploration developed by Quakers, proves itself time and time again as an inspiring and rewarding process that opens the heart, feeds the mind and lets the spirit soar.

Jennie Barnsley and Roy Bayfield run Simple Spirit Creativity and have conducted ‘Appleseed’ courses for over 10 years. Jennie is a Quaker theologian; Roy is a writer with experience of meditation in the western wisdom tradition. They provide an abundance of carefully chosen art materials for their workshops. Just bring a packed lunch.

“I love the permission and the inspiration the Appleseed process initiates and fosters.”

“Thank you for helping me understand that as well as wondering at, loving and being inspired by the beauty I find everywhere in the world around (and ‘outside’) me, I also have the ability to create beauty. This is a new realisation for me and very profound…especially as someone who was put off art more than 30 years ago at school.”

Places are limited to 16 adult participants and booking through Eventbrite is essential. Standard £16/ concessions £10

Yoga Rave

 Saturday July 30th 6-10pm All Saints Church, Hove

Nine Lives Yoga’s Yoga Rave is coming back to Brighton. Celebrate life, breath and connection – as well as some serious bass – at Hove’s stunning All Saints Church.

Saturday 30th July sees yoga and music unite. Sound healing frequencies and shamanic music meld with house and techno, while the humandala practice incorporates Vinyasa flow, ecstatic dance and a proper rave up complete with performers.

Brighton Gay Mens Chorus - London to Brighton

For more info click here.

Welcome to Night Vale

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with special guest Disparition

21st October 2016, 7pm doors, 8pm start
All Ages.

TICKETS: http://www.seetickets.com/event/welcome-to-night-vale/all-saint-s-church/977238

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1725579577723502/

The creators of Welcome to Night Vale – one of the most downloaded podcasts in the world – have announced the return of their wildly popular live show to Europe and the U.K. in October, complete with a brand new script, Ghost Stories. Like the podcast, the live production of Night Vale brings stories of the surreal desert town of Night Vale to the stage as a fully-realized live show delivering rich, nuanced drama in the form of a community radio show hosted by Cecil Palmer (played by Cecil Baldwin).

With guest stars and live musical score by Disparition, Ghost Stories appeals to uninitiated audiences as well as to dedicated fans of the podcast, who hang on Cecil’s every word. This unique script – the fifth live script since hitting the road in 2013 – works equally well as a standalone show and as a complement to the constantly evolving narrative of the podcast.

Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor created the Welcome to Night Vale podcast in 2012, having met through the anarchic, award-winning New York-based theater group the New York Neo-Futurists. The show quickly became an underground success; in July 2013 it was downloaded 2.5 million times, making it No. 1 on iTunes, ahead of popular programs such as This American Life and Radiolab. That August, it was downloaded 8.5 million times.

Instead of selling advertisements to fund the podcast, the Night Vale team decided to draw on their backgrounds in the performing arts to launch a touring live show, which has attracted capacity crowds to increasingly large venues in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Harper Perennial published the first Welcome to Night Vale novel, by Fink and Cranor, which debuted at #4 on The New York Times Fiction Bestseller list.

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

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.