TALE OF A TOOTH AT THE LATEST MUSIC BAR: 1930
Young Danny lives with his mother in a small Sussex town and they struggle to make ends meet. Then Karen from the job centre enters their lives. ‘Tale of a Tooth is an immersive and compelling look at the impact of domestic abuse on a vulnerable family unit.’ Author Allie Rogers will be doing a reading from her book — and signing copies which are available to buy. There will be a bar open all evening. For venue details, click here
ART / CREATIVE
FABRIC PRINTING COURSE AT BIP-ART: 1030-1330 (2 WEEKS)
A two week morning course at Bip-Art’s lovely print room in a mews building behind Arundel Place. The course is led by Cath Bristow. Inks and test fabric are included. Bags and tea towels to print your designs onto can be bought at the studio – or you can bring your own cotton items. For course and venue details, click here.
Course fee: £60 (three weeks)
KEMPTOWN TALKS AT ST MARY’S CHURCH: 1000-1200
Free, friendly drop-in classes for people who would like to improve their spoken English. For more details click here.
COMEDY / GRADUATION
THE DEBUT COMEDY GIG AT THE FUNKY FISH CLUB: 1930
Could you do stand-up? Tonight is the graduation gig for students who have been on an eight-week comedy course — and it’s time to hear (and see) the results. Compere for the evening is comedian and comedy coach Louise Stevenson. There will be a DJ afterwards. To book a ticket, click here and for venue details, click here.
COMEDY / OPEN MIC
SUPERHAPPYLAND COMEDY OPEN MIC AT JUNKYARD DOGS: 1900 – 2200
Time to hear some new material? Or tempted to step up to the mic yourself? The fun and friendly Junkyard Dogs is hosting another of its open mic nights. For venue details, click here.