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THE CLAREMONT The Claremont is a 5 star boutique hotel near Brighton & Hove’s city centre and a short stroll from the seafront. It has eleven spacious, stylish and very comfortable en- suite rooms. The extensive breakfast menu includes vegan and vegetarian options in their elegant dining room. They can host weddings and civil partnership ceremonies and their private-walled garden is an enchanting backdrop for receptions. The drawing room and study are ideal for small to medium-sized meetings and functions. They serve a popular afternoon tea, too. The Claremont can assure its guests a very warm welcome. www.theclaremont.eu
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TERRE à TERRE Terre à Terre is among the UK’s most renowned and popular vegetarian restaurants and it was born nearly 30 years ago. Its menu offers a wide range of delicious food and its attentive staff are full of professional knowledge. It is a friendly, positive environment, which makes for a great night out. For further details, go to  www.terreaterre.co.uk
A unique regular Brighton based entertainmentand arts event with exclusive special guest interviews Southern Performance And Creative Energies
OUR SEPTEMBER 8TH EVENT HAS… INTERVIEWS WITH CHARLIE HIGSON AND JOHN LLOYD (AND AUDIENCE Q&As) On Thursday September 8th at The Studio at Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton / Doors 18:45, starts 19:30, to finish at approx 22:30 (times may change slightly) / £18.00 CHARLIE HIGSON Charlie Higson is a writer and actor, probably best known for The Fast Show. He has written many novels, such as the bestselling Young Bond series, about James Bond’s school days at Eton. Before the highly popular The Fast Show, he wrote for Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse; including the Loadsamoney character. One of the most successful British sketch shows ever, The Fast Show saw Charlie playing Ralph alongside Whitehouse’s Ted, as well as car salesman Swiss Toni. He later produced and wrote for Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. For ITV, he wrote the ten-part series Jekyll and Hyde and starred in the third series of Broadchurch. Charlie also wrote the acclaimed The Enemy Series, post-apocalyptic novels for young adults. JOHN LLOYD John Lloyd is one of the most major figures in British TV and radio comedy. He was the producer of all four series’ of Blackadder, which is among the most popular comedies of all- time, as well as the original Spitting Image series. Not the Nine o’clock News, which was his creation, was produced by John, as was QI, which he is also the creator of. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’s TV series saw him as its associate producer and he co-wrote two episodes of its original radio series. John’s other radio work includes creating Radio 4’s The News Quiz, which began in 1977, first hosted by Barry Norman. He is the host of The Museum of Curiosity, which is also regularly broadcast on Radio 4. Among his books is The Meaning of Liff, written with his friend Douglas Adams. As well as items related to Charlie and John, the event’s raffle includes tickets to Roxy Music at The O2 Arena, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Hot Chip, singer/songwriter Eddi Reader, My Fair Lady and The House of Love.
Reserve places online here now for this event Only £18 - Please note: You won’t need a confirmation email and there are no actual physical tickets for the event. Upon making a booking, your name will be added to an attendance list (if you book additional places, a plus one or more will be added with it, depending on the amount of places booked). When entering the venue, you will be met by a Space crew member, who will check your name from the list and issue a stamp accordingly. We do not need your postal address, payment reference number or a printout of your payment receipt. There will be only be refunds if events are cancelled or if a guest becomes unavailable. This event occurs on Thursday September 8th at: The Studio at Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton, BN1 1UN Click here for directions > > > Doors 6:45pm, starts 7.30pm (approx).
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