January

Sarah's Key + Q&A With Dorit Oliver-Wolff

Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner Starring: Kristin Scott Thomas, Melusine Mayance, Niels Arestrup,Frederic Pierrot, Aidan Quinn. France 2010. 110 min. Paris, July 1942: Sarah, a ten-year old girl, is taken with her parents by the French police as they go door-to-door arresting Jewish families in the middle of the night. Desperate to protect her younger brother, Sarah locks him in a bedroom cupboard their secret hiding place and promises to come back for him as soon as they are released. Sixty seven years later: Sarahs story intertwines with that of Julia Jarmond (Scott Thomas), an American journalist investigating the roundup. In her research, Julia stumbles onto a trail of secrets that link her to Sarah, and to questions about her familys future. This screening will feature a talk and Q&A with Holocaust survivor Dorit Oliver-Wolf. Dorit was born a Hungarian Jew. She danced in front of the future king of Yugoslavia at just four years old; but by six years old she was living in hiding from the German soldiers who were rounding up and transporting her fellow Jews to concentration camps around Europe. After the war she weighed three stone, had lost all her hair and was too weak to stand up. Dorit has written about her remarkable life in her book; \'From Yellow Star to Pop Star\', which will be available to buy at the event.

Duke Of York's Picturehouse, Brighton, United Kingdom

Sarah's Key + Q&a With ...

Duke Of York's Picturehouse
Brighton

Tuesday

16 Jan

TOM's Film Club: The Big Blue (1988)

TOM\'s Film Club: The Big Blue (1988) Date & Time: Tue 16 Jan, the screening will start promptly at 7.30pm (doors 6.45pm) Were kicking off 2018 with a retrospective of French auteur Luc Besson, a key figure during the Cinma du look movement in France in the 1980s, and one of our favourite directors going into the 1990s. First up, were showing Bessons beautifully shot underwater odyssey The Big Blue (Le Grand Bleu), a loose retelling of the friendship and rivalry between Jacques Mayol (played by Jean-Marc Barr) and Enzo Maiorca (played by Besson regular Jean Reno) as they competed in world championship diving competitions over a twenty year timescale. Described as "one of the most significant cult movies of the 1980s" by French Cinema historian Rmi Lanzoni, as well as being the most financially successful film in France during that decade, The Big Blue has long endured as a classic film of Cinma du look, and often considered to be one of Bessons very best. In accordance with the late Jacques Mayols curiosity for the sea and his yearning to dive deeper into the oceans depths, there will also be some immersive underwater VR in the bar before and after the screening. First come, first served. The film\'s undersea footage has a powerful otherworldly quality, much as if it were unfolding in outer space, as indeed it might be. Janet Maslin, New York Times Tickets: 6, 10 film saver (valid for two different TOM\'s Films), 24 season pass (valid for all TOM\'s Film Club screenings between Dec - Jan) Rated: 15+

The Old Market, Brighton, United Kingdom

Tom's Film Club: The Bi...

The Old Market
Brighton

Tuesday

16 Jan

MY-HI, HAKE, & JELLYFISH @ The Green Door Store, January 16th 7:3

Tickets 5 in advance, 4 BIMM student discount. Ticket link available soon.

Green Door Store , Brighton, United Kingdom

My-hi, Hake, & Jellyfis...

Green Door Store
Brighton

Tuesday

16 Jan

STAR WARS QUIZ At East Street Tap

Rebel Scum! After the success of our last quiz, this time we\'re delving deep into Star Wars to test your knowledge with some fiendishly difficult questions. The majority of the quiz will focus on the original trilogy, with a few bonus questions from The Force Awakens and Rogue One. (sorry, didnt like The Last Jedi enough!) No extended canon too. Weve got some amazing Star Wars themed beers from Moor Brewery incoming too, Return of the Empire and Rey of Light. Weve also got Star Wars games for the Nintendo64 and Xbox to play. As usual Burger Kult are offering 20% off on all their amazing burgers for each time. Some cracking prizes for top three places, as well as a "prize" for those at the bottom of the pile. May the force be with you! Ring 01273777505, email [email protected] to enter or get at us on our FB page to enter your team.

East Street Tap, Brighton, United Kingdom

Star Wars Quiz At East ...

East Street Tap
Brighton

Wednesday

17 Jan

TOM's Film Club: Leon (1994)

TOM\'s Film Club: Leon (1994) Date & Time: Wed 17 Jan, the screening will start promptly at 8pm (doors 7.15pm) Tickets: 6, 10 film saver (valid for two different TOM\'s Films), 24 season pass (valid for all TOM\'s Film Club screenings between Dec - Jan) Luc Bessons first film in the English language, Lon (known outside the UK as Lon: The Professional), a spiritual successor to Nikita in that it also revolves around a young girl training to be an assassin, as well as expanding Jean Renos brief role as The Cleaner. Jean Reno stars as the titular hitman who, outside of being a gun for hire, leads a very reclusive life in his New York apartment, with pastimes such as watching old Gene Kelly musicals, drinking milk and watering his houseplant. However, he is one day forced to befriend and protect his young neighbour Mathilda, an astounding breakout performance from twelve-year-old Natalie Portman, whose entire family are wiped out in a drug-related murder carried out by a corrupt DEA agent, played by Gary Oldman in one his best over-the-top, scenery-eating villain roles. As the only survivor of the slaying, Mathilda seeks revenge and retribution for the killings. After hiding out with Lon she quickly discovers what he really does for a living, and asks to be trained in the art of assassination. He reluctantly but eventually accepts in exchange for reading lessons and Mathildas offer to do his laundry. With a tense and atmospheric score composed by Besson regular ric Serra, along with some breathtaking action sequences and set pieces, Lon has long endured as one of the directors best films; ultra stylish and suspenseful, coupled with dark humour and a tough yet sympathetic performance from Reno in the films title role. Oozing style, wit and confidence from every sprocket, and offering a dizzyingly, fresh perspective on the Big Apple that only Besson could bring, this is, in a word, wonderful. Mark Salisbury, EMPIRE Rated: 15+ Duration: 2 hours 13 mins

The Old Market, Brighton, United Kingdom

Tom's Film Club: Leon (...

The Old Market
Brighton

Wednesday

17 Jan

Yonaka At The Green Door Store, Brighton

The Green Door Store Presents YONAKA "blend fiery elements metal and head-banging-rock with slick hip-hop beats and grimes DIY ethos, to create a volcanic mix that few can replicate" - NME + Supports 19th jan // 7adv // 18+ // Tickets also available at SEE TICKETS

Green Door Store , Brighton, United Kingdom

Yonaka At The Green Doo...

Green Door Store
Brighton

Wednesday

17 Jan

Preacher Delta Works Tilt

Another top night and not to be missed, check out all the bands below! Preacher 3-Piece Grunge Rock band expressing a punk attitude through distorted guitar tones, hard hitting drum beats, and sweaty faces. https://www.facebook.com/preacheruk/ Delta Works Delta Works are an Experimental Psychedelic Rock band from Brighton (UK). https://www.facebook.com/DeltaWorksOfficial/ Tilt HappyBandSuperTunesMusicTimeFun? https://www.facebook.com/TiltMusicPeople/ Doors 8.pm 4 18+

The Prince Albert, Brighton, United Kingdom

Preacher Delta Works Ti...

The Prince Albert
Brighton

Wednesday

17 Jan

Torre Valley As It Stands // The Hope & Ruin, BTN

sugar-free & boneyard promotions present: TORRE VALLEY www.facebook.com/Torrevalleyuk https://torrevalley.bandcamp.com/ Torquay based pop-punk two-piece. AS IT STANDS www.facebook.com/asitstandsuk http://asitstandsuk.bandcamp.com As It Stands are a three-piece indie/ pop punk band from Devon, UK. Inspiration from the indie, pop punk and metalcore genres along with intense energy in our performance gives a fresh new live experience. + more to be announced. 7:30pm // 4 entry // 18+

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, United Kingdom

Torre Valley As It Sta...

The Hope and Ruin
Brighton

Wednesday

17 Jan

Sounds Familiar Music Quiz - Brighton 2018

SFMQ is a party in a music quiz format Its like eight club-nights in one evening with big crowds and big tunes. The hosts play clips of tracks and all the teams have to do is guess the track and the artisteasy as that. Featuring over one hundred eclectic tracks per quiz with only the best bits. By the end of the night, the crowd are on their feet (or in some case the tables) dancing and singing into their inflatable microphones, supplied by SFMQ of course! 16+

Komedia Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom

Sounds Familiar Music Q...

Komedia Brighton
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

Creation To Narration

A monthly night for anyone with a Story to tell. Come and listen as a variety of tales and narratives are recited for your listening pleasure. They may be sad, joyful, strange or just around the kitchen sink... Hosted by Mr D from The Other Realm Theatre Company who will always have a spooky tale to tell! Anybody wishing to perform, your piece can be any style or length, fact or fiction. There are many many wonderful stories waiting to be told and this is a perfect night to get yours out there. If you would like to perform please register your interest either in the Storytelling Brighton Group or on here. A call out will be made 1 week prior to the event and the line up will be confirmed 24 hours before.

Artista Studio And Gallery, Brighton, United Kingdom

Creation To Na

Artista Studio And Gallery
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

TOM's Film Club: The Fifth Element (1997)

TOM\'s Film Club: The Fifth Element (1997) Date & Time: Thu 18 Jan, the screening will start promptly at 8pm (doors 7.15pm) Celebrating its 20th anniversary last year, TOMs Film Club is proud to present this screening of Luc Bessons smart satirical and ultra-hip Sci-fi flick The Fifth Element (Le Cinquime lment). A bit like John McClain in Die Hard, Bruce Willis taxi driver / special forces major finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time when a young woman (Milla Jovovich) falls into his cab from the sky, and she also happens to be the key in preventing the worlds future destruction. Set in the 23rd century, Besson started writing the script when he was sixteen years old and was thirty-eight when it finally came to fruition, and the results are one of the most stunning and innovative depictions of a future metropolis ever put to film. Plus, with an over the top villainous performance from Gary Oldman (following on from his previous over the top villainous performance in a Besson film, Lon), this is one of Bessons most boisterous offerings, and fancy dressed is very much encouraged for this one. The Fifth Element has to be the most creative visualization since Tim Burton\'s first Batman in 1989. On top of that, it\'s a whole lot of fun. Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle Tickets: 6, 10 film saver (valid for two different TOM\'s Films), 24 season pass (valid for all TOM\'s Film Club screenings between Dec - Jan) Rated: PG, Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

The Old Market, Brighton, United Kingdom

Tom's Film Club: The Fi...

The Old Market
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

EP Launch: La Lune / Sabrina Gunston / MOMAC / Amelia Caesar

Scruff of the Neck presents LA LUNE FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/listentolalune LISTEN: https://soundcloud.com/listen-to-la-lune TWEET: @listentolalune __________ SABRINA GUNSTON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sabrinagunstonmusic/ LISTEN: https://soundcloud.com/sabrinagunston TWEET: @SabrinaGunston __________ MOMAC FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/listentomomacmusic/ LISTEN: https://soundcloud.com/momacmusic __________ AMELIA CAESAR FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AmeliaCaesar/ LISTEN: https://soundcloud.com/ameliacaesar-1 TWEET: @_ameliach_ __________ SCRUFF OF THE NECK " Making waves we shouldn\'t ignore - Hattie Pearson, Key 103 & ex-Radio X "Super-cool imprint - Manchester Evening News Scruff are proving themselves to be instrumental in bringing forward new talent" - Louder Than War A one-stop-shop for getting acts to the next level - Ben Ryles, DHP Family "Discovering and developing some great talent in Manchester and beyond, its exciting to be working with them" - Joe Vesayaporn, Music Glue " BOX OFFICE " www.scruffoftheneck.com/gigs ADVANCE TICKETS: 5 AGE POLICY: 18+ DOORS: 7:30 PM CURFEW: 11:00 PM ADDRESS: The Prince Albert, 48 Trafalgar Square, , Brighton, BN1 4ED PARTNERSHIPS Amazing Radio Ticket Alien Light & Noise Productions

The Prince Albert, Brighton, United Kingdom

Ep Launch: La Lune / Sa...

The Prince Albert
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

Glitch // SILLY STRING SPECIAL // 1 Entry + 2 Drinks

Expect this to get messy!! Will 100 cans of silly string be enough!! NAMES ON WALL FOR 1 ENTRY BF12AM NAMES ON WALL FOR 1 ENTRY BF12AM NAMES ON WALL FOR 1 ENTRY BF12AM @thisisglitch

Coalition, Brighton, United Kingdom

Glitch // Silly String ...

Coalition
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

SHOOK 003

SHOOK invites you to our third instalment \'SHOOK 003\' @ The Green Door Store. Expect an experience of live visuals combined with the best underground DJ sets. With sounds from Hip-Hop, Grime, Footwork, Dancehall and Dubstep. Come thru 11pm-3am [18+] FREE ENTRY ALL NIGHT ----------------------------- ROOM 1: HIPHOP (PLATFORM B) ROOM 2: FOOTWORK/GRIME/DANCEHALL/DUBSTEP DJ sets from 11pm: SAYGAL (11-12) live-streamed on Platform B https://soundcloud.com/sagal-yusuf-1 SADND B2B SAVEDRA https://soundcloud.com/user-10567930 / https://soundcloud.com/mikeymush133 HENYENVY https://soundcloud.com/henyenvy DOME ZERO https://soundcloud.com/dome-zero / FAUZIA https://soundcloud.com/fauzimoto ----------------------------- Credits to Georgia Vaz for the artwork Thevisualdon for the live visual mixing

Green Door Store , Brighton, United Kingdom

Shook 003

Green Door Store
Brighton

Thursday

18 Jan

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