FRIDAY 12/10

ONE MAN SHOW

SEX EDUCATION AT THE MARLBOROUGH THEATRE: 1930

‘This show is for anyone who’s wondered why they want what they want.’ Harry Clayton-Wright’s sex education oscillated between silence from one parent and gay porn DVDs from the other. Learn more about Harry’s sexual past lives in this acclaimed one-man show. For venue details,  click here.

Tickets: £9.50 / £ 7.50

FILM

PRAY THE DEVIL BACK TO HELL AT ST GEORGE’S CHURCH CRYPT: 1900

A film which tells the story of the thousands of Liberian women of all ages and both Christian and Muslim who prayed for peace and staged a silent protest outside their country’s presidential palace. ‘A story of sacrifice, unity and transcendence, Pray the Devil Back to Hell honors the strength and perseverance of the women of Liberia. Inspiring, uplifting, and most of all motivating, it is a compelling testimony of how grassroots activism can alter the history of nations.’ There will be a discussion after the screening.

 

SATURDAY 13/10

ART / CREATIVE

SURFACE AND LINE WORKSHOP WITH MARGARET SHILLAN AT THE COACH HOUSE: 1000

Margaret Shillan studied at the Central School in London and has worked as a graphic designer and a teacher. She is inspired by poetry, mythology and nature. This three-hour workshop is open to people with all levels of experience. For venue details, click here. For details, email atthecoachhouse@googlemail.com

Workshop fee: £25

ART / CREATIVE

PERFORMATIVE DRAWING WORKSHOPS BY DRAW TO PERFORM AT COPPERDOLLAR STUDIOS: 1000-1800

Six workshops to explore ‘drawing performance and strategies for forming a dialog between drawing, sound, dance, process and performance. Participants will draw live, share and discuss their outcomes and ideas.’ The workshops are just for adults and some drawing or dance experience is recommended. For more details and location, click here.

COMEDY / CABARET

MUSIC AND IMPROV COMEDY FOR WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY BENEFIT AT THE LATEST BAR: 2000

Imorov comedy, plus Blues, Swing and Rock from the Richard Winfield Band Music, in support of Recovery partners, which supports mental health issues. There will also be a raffle. For venue details, click here. Tickets: £8/£4

LANGUAGE LEARNING / BREAKFAST

RENDEZ-VOUS PETIT DEJEUNER AT CUP OF JOE: 0900-1100

Would you like to improve or resurrect your french? Native french speaker Fabrice Camus hosts this french-speaking group every two weeks over a much-acclaimed breakfast in the friendly environment of Cup of Joe cafe.  He also holds a weekly evening group across the street at The Barley Mow. Allons! Parlons! For venue details, click here.  To book a place, contact Fabrice on 07704 188055

SPORT

SATURDAY PING PONG : ALL COMERS, ALL AGES AT BRIGHTON TABLE TENNIS CLUB: 1400

Now 11 years old, BTTC has long been a remarkable phenomenon of which Brighton can be truly proud. Friendly, welcoming, inclusive and expert, it brings the fun of Table Tennis to people of all ages and abilities. This afternoon everyone is welcome at their freshly renovated premises in Kemptown to play. For venue details, click here.

Entry: £4

SUNDAY 14/10

ART / CREATIVE

PERFORMATIVE DRAWING WORKSHOPS BY DRAW TO PERFORM AT COPPERDOLLAR STUDIOS: 1000-1800

Six workshops to explore ‘drawing performance and strategies for forming a dialog between drawing, sound, dance, process and performance. Participants will draw live, share and discuss their outcomes and ideas.’ The workshops are just for adults and some drawing or dance experience is recommended. For more details and location, click here.