The Spire, St Mark’s Chapel

The Spire, St Mark’s Chapel
Church Place, Brighton, BN2 5JN
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Andy Smith: The Preston Bill

Award-winning theatre maker Smith presents a story of triumph and endurance in the north of England, created as part of Fuel's New Theatre in Your Neighbourhood project.

Bang! Said The Gun

An eclectic blend of poetry and stand-up, with adult content likely.

Billy Bragg In Conversation With Alexis Petridis

The musician and political activist discusses his life and his new book, Roots, Radicals and Rockers: How Skiffle Changed the World.

Box Clever

A darkly comic play about a woman's experience in a refuge, by Monsay Whitney.

Boys Don't (Ages 8-12)

Through a series of funny, familiar and sometimes heart-breaking stories, the performance delivers insights into male experiences of growing up and perils of showing your true feelings.

FK Alexander

The performer sings Over The Rainbow live, with accompaniment from Glasgow-based noise band Okishima Island Tourist Association.

Fri 26 May

£15; £10 under 26s

Sat 27 May

£15; £10 under 26s

Sun 28 May

£15; £10 under 26s

The Furrow Collective

The foursome comprising Lucy Farrell, Emily Portman, Alasdair Roberts and Rachel Newton performs a range of traditional folk songs. With support from Anna & Elizabeth.

George Monbiot & Ewan McLennan: Breaking the Spell of Loneliness

Author and journalist George Monbiot wrote an article for the Guardian on the personal and social effects of loneliness that went viral. He approached songwriter Ewan McLennan suggesting a collaboration and this is the result: McLennan sings songs the two have co-written, and Monbiot tells the stories behind them.

Hiccup Project: Open Workshop

A workshop for dancers for all ages and experience.

It's Okay, I'm Dealing With It

The Brighton-based dance-theatre duo piece together how to cope with their struggles and vulnerability through dance, comedy, chat and song.

Wed 24 May

Kitchen Dance Workshops

Take part in these fun and energetic dance workshops creating a short 'curtain raiser'.

Luke Wright: The Toll

Luke Wright is this month's guest at Twisted Words, Rugby's open-mic poetry night. Join him as he reads from his latest collection, The Toll, which deals in doubt, duty, and a hundred lonely evenings spent shouting at Question Time. It's visceral, inventive verse that sweats, bleeds and sings - and it's from a word artist…

Lyrix Organix: Kojey Radical & UnFold

Spoken word featuring Toby Thompson, Solomon OB, Laurie Ogden plus guest poet Deanna Rodger.

May-We-Go-Round?

May-We-Go-Round? is a highly successful collision of fiercely energetic dance and comedic theatre, in which Chess and Cristina take their audiences on a bitter-sweet journey on the merry-go-round of romance. Honest, provocative and laugh-out-loud funny, it celebrates love and lust in all their messy and confusing forms.

Thu 25 May

£12.50; £10 under 26s

No Dogs, No Indians

Poet Siddhartha Bose weaves together true and fictional tales of British colonialism and its legacy, celebrating the 70th year of India's independence.

Wed 17 May

Thu 18 May

Summit

A new play written and directed by award-winning theatre maker Andy Smith and performed by three cast members using British Sign Language.

Mon 8 May

Tue 9 May

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