The Booth museum, a ‘quirky treasure trove of birds, bones, butterflies and biology’, is the perfect environment to spark your child’s enthusiasm for the natural world. These early bird sessions are aimed at 2-5 year olds, and include handling objects, getting messy with arts and crafts and listening to a story. Children under the age of 14 will need to be accompanied by someone over the age of 16.
Friday 12th January – 10am-11:30am
194 Dyke Road, Brighton, BN1 5AA
GNOB are a heavy psych, power trio from London, tinged with Eastern and Arabic influences. They were named band of the month by The Great Frog in April 2017. In a review by Rough Trade Nottingham it was stated that “(the band’s) worldly influences shine through in their set, which consists of groove-infused jams with exotic melodies left, right and centre.”
Friday 12th January – 7pm
Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, Brighton BN1 4FQ
Queer prom celebrates tolerance and rejects bigotry, proclaiming itself a safe space for the LGBTQ community. The event includes live music, queer performance, DJs and a photo-booth. This is a non profit event of which all the proceeds will go to charity.
Friday 12th January – 8pm – 3am
£5 Early bird/£7 Second release/£9 On the door
British sparkling wine and sweets will be available as participants learn how to wear their favourite Jo Malone scents. Whilst you are introduced to the art of fragrance combining you can also indulge in a Special Edition Hand & Arm Massage. Customers must be 18 or over.
Saturday 13th January
Jo Malone London, 24 East Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1HL
Free Event – Call (0370 192 5811) or drop into the Brighton store to reserve a place.
Saturday 13th January – 2pm-4pm
These family friendly workshops include a variety of dynamic medias such as claywork, plaster casting, painting on canvas and animation. The sessions do not require pre-booking but operate a ‘first come first served’ policy, so don’t miss out!
19 New Church Road, Hove, BN3 4AB
£6.50 per child, members £6
The Texas folk songwriter is touring following the release of his album ‘We’re Not Going Anywhere’. In an article for The Independent Rosie O’Connor praises Ramirez’ political engagement. She states of his recently released album: “(it is) rooted firmly in the present, not the past”.
Saturday 13th January – 7:30pm