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Brighton Fringe - From where to here

From Where to here

  • Fri, 6 May 7pm - 8.15pm

  • Sat, 7 May 7pm - 8.15pm

A multi-media journey about two friends emerging as artists after decades of work and within the confines of lockdown. The journey focuses on the last year of their artistic endeavour and how it has enabled years of creativity to come together as a performance.

The performance involves self-penned urban folk tunes, experimental improvisations, AI, images and video.

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Brighton Fringe - Greatest Showman

Silent Disco: the Greatest showman

  • Fri, 13 May 6.30pm - 7.45pm

  • Sat, 28 May 6.30pm - 7.45pm

Let’s put on a show! We learn it and perform it all in one hour and fifteen minutes! No need to know how to dance – just be willing to have fun and try something new. It’s creative, theatrical, and easy to follow. Wearing the headphones takes us out of our heads and allows us to step into a Musical! This masterclass is suitable for everyone and is fantastic for boosting confidence and expressing ourselves. This is your time to shine! Easy-to-learn catchy choreography, staging, and stand-out sequences to The Greatest Showman.

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Brighton Fringe - Silent Disco: Strut Our Stuff

Silent Disco: Strut Our Stuff

  • Fri, 13 May 8.30pm - 9.30pm

  • Sat, 28 May 8.30pm - 9.30pm

Welcome to the Greatest Silent Disco Party in Brighton! Mainly about the dance and movement but singing encouraged!

Super social, fun, immersive, stress releasing and euphoric! Quadruple your daily step count in an hour and adore the way you move. Take to the dance floor with easy-to-follow moves that make you roar, freestyle fun, addictive anthems and big bangers! Let’s connect, let go, and release your inner tiny dancer. Come and join the « Movement Revolution » and dance yourself happy!

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Brighton Fringe - Shackleton


  • Sat, 14 May 5pm - 6.45pm | 7.30pm - 9.15pm

  • Sun, 15 May 1.30pm - 3.15pm

Discover the heartwarming story behind one of the greatest ever shipwrecks: The Endurance! Shackleton is a new musical based on the true story of Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew's incredible journey of survival and perseverance after their ship, the Endurance, got crushed in an ice pack before they were ever able to start their attempt to cross the South Polar continent via the pole. As The Golden Age of the British Empire drew to a close with the threat of World War I looming, 28 men set out on a bitter and brutal journey that pushed them to the limits of human endurance and the darkest parts of their soul. Shackleton inspired them to find strength in their defeat, laughter in their pain, and the courage to overcome adversity with optimism.

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Brighton Fringe - The Silver Bell

The Silver Bell

  • Mon, 16 May 7.30pm - 8.30pm

  • Tue, 17 May 7.30pm - 8.30pm

  • Wed, 18 May 9.30pm - 10.30pm

It starts as all good stories do: boy meets boy. But then boy meets end, leaving a huge void and a lot of time to fill before the curtain call...

When Mico loses the love of his life to motor neurone disease, he should begin the slow process of grieving, but instead he does the next best thing: he punches a hole in the universe and travels to parallel worlds, all in the hope of getting his husband back.

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Brighton Fringe - Unfold the Shatters

Unfold The Shutters

  • Fri, 20 May 3.30pm - 4pm | 4.30pm - 5pm

  • Sat, 21 May 2.30pm - 3pm | 3.30pm - 4pm | 4.30pm - 5pm | 5.30pm - 6pm

  • Sun, 22 May 2.30pm - 3pm | 3.30pm - 4pm | 4.30pm - 5pm | 5.30pm - 6pm

In her Brighton Fringe debut, emerging choreographer Catherine Sleeman presents a hopeful response to the climate crisis. Created in collaboration with dancers Maria Evans, Joeley Gibson and Melanie Whitehead Smith, Unfold The Shutters is a family-friendly celebration of our native wildlife - a call to look outwards and appreciate the natural world..

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Brighton Fringe - Mistress, Maiden, Monster: A Modern Masque

Mistress, Maiden, Monster: A Modern Masque

  • Thu, 26 May 6pm - 6.45pm

  • Fri, 27 May 6pm - 6.45pm

In this performance, we present the stories of three different female characters, from plays by Shakespeare; Desdemona (Othello), Kate (Taming of the Shrew), & Viola (Twelfth Night). Through these women, we pose questions about what their stories tell us about how women were viewed in Shakespeare’s time, and what this means to us when we see them today. What do Shakespeare’s stories tell us about how women are viewed in today’s society? Is what they say uncomfortable? Resonant? Relevant? We hope to create a dialogue with our audience and challenge them to think about how they view women.

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Brighton Fringe - The Wasteland

The Waste Land (TS Eliot)

  • Thu, 26 May 8pm - 9pm

  • Fri, 27 May 8pm - 9pm

Reportedly T S Eliot carried a pocket version of Dante around, and although he could not understand Italian explained that he simply listened to the music of the words. Audrey Lee's performance is her own response to the music of Eliot's words in The Waste Land. Written one hundred years ago this year, at a time when Eliot was experiencing personal depression, there is much in its portrayal of failure, aridity and fear that can be seen in our modern world. The musical sounds of Robert Lee's composition enhance the words wonderfully well, especially on the one uplifting passage "who is the third who walks always beside you?"

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Brighton Fringe - Bubble Land

Immersive Bubble Land

  • Mon, 30 May
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Tue, 31 May
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Wed, 1 June
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Thu, 2 June
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Fri, 3 June
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Sat, 4 June
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

  • Sun, 5 June
    3pm - 4.15pm | 3.45pm - 5pm | 5pm - 6.15pm | 5.45pm - 7pm | 7pm - 8.15pm | 7.45pm - 9pm | 8.30pm - 9.45pm | 9.15pm - 109.30pm

Immersive Experiences is an award-winning, 360 experientials company who have been creating memorable events for over a decade, by combining the magic of immersive digital technologies, science and amazing people.

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Pebble Beach Creative Writing

Pebble Beach Writing - Creative Writing Classes in Brighton

  • Writing from life:

  • Saturdays: 10am - 12pm

  • 7th May - 18th June (No session 4th June)

  • Friday Writing Hour:

  • Fridays: 10am - 11pm

  • 6th May - 17th June (No session 3rd June)

  • Fee: £65 for 6 sessions

Throughout May and June, Pebble Beach Writing, have plenty of spaces open for there creative writing courses they host here at the centre! ✍️ all hosted by the award winning novelist Susanna Jones (The Earthquake Bird), you will learn all kinds of new themes, topics, prompts and tips to help further your skills as a writer!

So if this sounds like W workshop that you would love to attend then why not book a spot up by either emailing or visit there website to take your writing skills to the next level…or chapter! ✨

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Wild Voices Brighton Community Choir

WILD VOICES - Brighton Community Choir

  • Term 1 - Every Wednesday - 7.30pm - 9pm
    26th Jan - 30th March

  • Term 2 - Every Wednesday - 7.30pm - 9pm
    4th May - 29th Jun

  • Term 3 - Every Wednesday - 7.30pm - 9pm
    3rd Aug - 28th Sept

  • Term 4 - Every Wednesday - 7.30pm - 9pm
    26th Oct - 21st Dec

Sing, have fun, meet great people, elevate yourself!

Come and experience the joy of singing with us. No auditions and no musical knowledge needed.

Led together by our choir leaders Noddy and Alessandro, we pride ourselves on creating a special energy that is supportive, inclusive and family feeling. In addition to our choir leaders, we are blessed to have a long list of professional singing friends who act as singing mentors in our choir setting and enhance our supportive structure.

We are super grateful to be able to run our sessions at the beautiful Altar in St Augustine's Arts & Events Centre, Brighton. The room was built to carry sound and is wonderful to sing in.

Come try a free taster session!

Try something new

St Augustine's Arts & Events Centre is now a home for the Arts, Wellbeing, Spiritual and Hospitality sectors. As well as having a spacious and creative space we have the atmospheric and stylish Wild Earth Cafe Bar set inside the building, offering a tasty menu of drinks and food to our visitors. This whole project aims to become the archetype of what a community and cultural centre should be.

We have internal solutions for most community and business gatherings and the gardens will also be used during the summer months to accommodate activities like cream teas, alfresco dining, cultural and spiritual activities, children's activities and corporate outdoor gatherings.

After weathering the COVID-19 storm we are now pleased to say that we are now open to the public! We have made the necessary changes to the building to be able to open safely to the public.

We can still host socially distanced events and regular events from the 1st October, so get in touch and have your next event at Brighton's most unique venue!

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Having an exhibition at St Augustine's was a great experience. The staff are eager to help and you feel very supported while there. It is a great space to exhibit in, with a lot of people calling in to use the other facilities. The atmosphere of the place is very special, it feels very inclusive and has great energy. I highly recommend the exhibition space and the Cafe is an added bonus. Thank you all for making me feel so welcome and making the exhibition a wonderful experience.
Chris Dade, Award winning photographer and exhibitor
Fantastic events space
Great customer service
Great bespoke facilities
Will use again and also recommend St Augustine's for other events.
Corporate Client, Chamber of Commerce
The staff at St Augustine's dealt all of my needs and provided an invaluable support service to my team of dancers and actors. Amazing place for contemporary and traditional dance pieces. We performed a sell out interactive theatrical production and it was very exciting.
Lee Smikle, Smikle Dance Project
The team at St Augustine's made my birthday a very special and memorable occasion.
Thank you.
Rosemary, Private party