What Not To Miss At Brighton Dome Next Month!

With June already halfway through, it’s time to think about what we are gonna do next month! How about enjoying a performance or concert at Brighton Dome? Check out what will be on next month!

Photo via Brighton Dome.

Photo via Brighton Dome.

First time in the UK!

Featuring sixty highly talented musicians from countries all over the world, the United Nations Orchestra will come to Brighton Dome next month. Joined by world-class pianist Freddy Kempf, they will play a special concert in aid of UNICEF’s war orphans relief program. The concert is part of the orchestra’s very first UK tour.

Saturday, July 1, Brighton Dome Concert Hall. Concert starts at 7.30 pm.

Photo Via Brighton Dome.

Photo Via Brighton Dome.

Love, Death and Jazz Chickens!

One of the most celebrated comics of his generation, film and TV actor, political activist, marathon runner and now also author. Eddie Izzard will share with you some intimate family moments and photographs while reading extracts from his newly published memoir “Believe Me”, revisiting all the moments that have shaped his life. And if you still have a question at the end, don’t hesitate to ask him!

Saturday, July 8, Brighton Dome Concert Hall. Show starts at 8 pm.

Photo Via Brighton Dome.

Photo Via Brighton Dome.

Shining light on hidden illnesses!

Featuring the artwork of several artists with different invisible disabilities, The Hubbub will give visitors a feel for what it is like to live with a hidden disability. The interactive installation is part of Root Experience’s “Hidden Project” which aims to shine a light on this difficult topic. The exposition will be preceded by a Conversation Day dealing with the same topic.

The Hubbub will be at the Brighton Dome Founders Room on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 July, running from 12 pm to 4 pm. The Conversation Day will take place on Wednesday, July 5, from 10.30 am to 4 pm.

Photo via Brighton Dome.

Photo Via Brighton Dome.

Join Chick and Dad in the nest!

What is the daily life of a bird family like? You will find out when you join the Flit, Flap & Fly performances in Blakers Park and William Clark Park. Joining Daddy bird and chicken in their nest, the audience will witness the young bird’s first attempts to fly and follow him on his journey to independence.

Flit, Flap & Fly is aimed at young audiences and their parents. Performances run on Saturday, July 15, at 11:30 am, at 1 pm and at 3 pm in Blakers Park, and on Sunday, July 16, at the same times at The Patch in William Clark Park. Entry is free.

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