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There is a wealth of Jurys Inn hotels in central locations. Each one offers great value rates with warm and excellent friendly service. There are two Brighton- based hotels; in the City Centre, at Stroudley Road, and Brighton Waterfront at King’s Road. There are many spacious and well-lit rooms which are designed around the guests’ comfort. We’re grateful for their support. www.jurysinns.com
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A live music venue with a cabaret stage downstairs and a skylit restaurant/bar upstairs. The venue is one of Brighton’s main live music venues. Amongst the people who have performed here in the last few years are Amy Winehouse, The Kooks, Ben Howard, Rizzle Kicks, Jesca Hoop, Chris Difford, Newton Faulkner, Don Letts and some jazz greats from Herbie Flowers and Larry Adler to Liane Carroll. www.thelatest.co.uk/musicbar
CÔTE BRASSERIE - BRIGHTON Based at Church Street, Côte Brighton is a modern interpretation of the many famous bistros of Paris. Inspired by new trends, they are dedicated to authentic classic brasserie dishes with a modern twist, using high quality produce at great prices. Côte is open early every day for breakfast, through to lunch and dinner. Its atmosphere is informal, friendly and highly welcoming. www.cote-restaurants.co.uk
ED MOORE Special thanks to The Space official Photographer, Ed Moore. www.edshots.co.uk
A unique regular Brighton based entertainmentand arts event with exclusive special guest interviews Southern Performance And Creative Energies
"That was a thoroughly enjoyable evening in a great location! Many thanks for looking after me so well, for providing a knowledgeable and entertaining interviewer, and for finding me some new fans. It's been said before but bears repeating – Brighton Rocks!" BESTSELLING AUTHOR IAN RANKIN
THIS LATE JANUARY EVENT HAS… INTERVIEWS WITH MICHAEL ROSEN & MARK BEDFORD (AND AUDIENCE Q&As) Held on Thursday January 27th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton Doors 19:00, starts at 19:30 (times may change slightly) / £18 / Hosted by Wayne Imms MICHAEL ROSEN Michael Rosen is a highly respected writer, poet, lecturer and broadcaster. He was the Children’s Laureate between 2007 and 2009 and played a significant part in opening up children’s access to poetry, particularly in schools. Michael’s first children’s book was 1974’s Mind Your Own Business, illustrated by Quentin Blake. He has written over 100 books, including the 1989 classic, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, and the award-winning Michael Rosen’s Sad Book, published in 2004, which covers his grief after the loss of his son Eddie. In 2020, Michael became very ill after contracting COVID-19 and later shared his experiences with it and his care under the NHS. While working at the BBC in the early seventies, he worked on the children’s programme Play School, including as a director. Michael is an active campaigner, certainly including for education. www.michaelrosen.co.uk MARK BEDFORD Mark Bedford has been a member of the band Madness since the late seventies, as its bass guitarist. Among other songs, he co- wrote One Better Day and Return of the Los Palmas 7. As a musician, he also contributed to music by artists such as Morrissey and Voice of the Beehive. Mark played double bass on Robert Wyatt’s song Shipbuilding. Since 2011, he has been part of the Lee Thompson Ska Orchestra, with Madness saxophonist Lee Thompson. Madness were one of the most popular and successful British bands of the late seventies and early eighties. They had over 30 hit singles, including House of Fun, Baggy Trousers, It Must Be Love, Michael Caine and Our House. Acts they influenced include No Doubt, who were fronted by Gwen Stefani.
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 January 27th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF Click here for directions > > > Doors 7.00pm, starts 7.30pm (approx).
OUR MARCH EVENT HAS… INTERVIEWS WITH PHIL DAVIS & STEVE NORMAN (AND AUDIENCE Q&As) Held on Monday March 14th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton Doors 19:00, starts at 19:30 (times may change slightly) / £18 / Hosted by Wayne Imms PHIL DAVIS Phil Davis is among the most familiar actors on British television, having appeared in many popular TV dramas over the past fifty years. Notable roles were series’ such as Poldark, Sherlock, as the villain in the first episode, Bleak House, based on Charles Dickens’ novel, Whitechapel and the supernatural drama Being Human. He was also in series’ such as Silent Witness, Inspector Morse and Play for Today, from 1977 to 1980. Phil’s film appearances include Quadrophenia, The Bounty and Mike Leigh’s High Hopes and Vera Drake, for which he was BAFTA-nominated, as well as In the Name of the Father and Alien 3. Daniel Day Lewis, a co-star of The Bounty and In the Name of the Father, cited him as being among his greatest influences. STEVE NORMAN Steve Norman is saxophonist, guitarist, percussionist, songwriter and founding member of the world-famous band Spandau Ballet, which had 23 hit singles including True, on which he played the legendary saxophone solo, Gold and Through the Barricades. They sold over 25 million records and have received numerous multi-platinum awards. The band performed at Live Aid at Wembley Stadium and appeared on Band Aid’s Do They Know it’s Christmas. In 1990, after the members went their separate ways, Steve moved to Ibiza, finding a love for dance music. To this day, he is occasionally a DJ, specialising in New Romantic music. In 2009, Spandau Ballet reunited and undertook the worldwide Reformation tour and released the album Once More, with the title track co-written by Steve. Among others, he has performed with Iggy Pop, Marc Almond, Belinda Carlisle and Kim Wilde. His love for David Bowie’s music led him to cofound the band Holy Holy, with Spiders from Mars’ Woody Woodmansey and Tony Visconti. In 2017, with a band, Steve played many shows in London and other European cities. He still regularly performs solo and with his band, The Sleevz, and is also behind 80s Pioneers, a collective of artists that helped shape that popular decade. As its curator, Steve assembles a top-class house band and singers, individually customised for each event, which he also introduces and performs with.
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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 Monday March 14th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF Click here for directions > > > Doors 7.00pm, starts 7.30pm (approx).
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OUR FIRST EVENT IN APRIL HAS… INTERVIEWS WITH PETER TATCHELL AND KERRY FOX (AND AUDIENCE Q&As) On Monday April 11th at Latest Music Bar, 14 to 17 Manchester Street, Brighton Doors 18:45, starts 19:30, to finish at approx 22:30 (times may change slightly) / £18.00 PETER TATCHELL Peter Tatchell has been campaigning on issues of human rights, democracy, civil liberties, LGBT equality and global justice for fifty-five years. High profile people he has protested against include Robert Mugabe, Tony Blair and Mike Tyson. His campaigning has come at huge cost, having been under police surveillance, threatened with assassination and subject to countless assaults. He is the Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, which campaigns on human rights across the world and was voted as among the top ten “heroes of our time” by New Statesman readers. He was the subject of a 2021 Netflix documentary, Being Peter Tatchell. More on Peter and the work of his foundation can be found at www.petertatchellfoundation.org KERRY FOX Kerry Fox is a renowned actress from New Zealand. She gained prominence when starring in Jane Campion’s second feature, 1990’s An Angel at My Table. It won her the Best Actress Award at the New Zealand Film and Television Awards. Kerry’s most famous appearance was Danny Boyle’s first film, Shallow Grave, released in 1994. She recently appeared in The Colour Room, a Sky Cinema feature, with actors such as David Morrissey. Other films include Rare Beasts, directed by and starring Billie Piper, the acclaimed The Hanging Garden and Welcome to Sarajevo, which was directed by Michael Winterbottom. She has appeared in many TV dramas, such as Last Tango in Halifax and Silent Witness.
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 Monday April 11th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF Click here for directions > > > Doors 6.45pm, starts 7.30pm (approx).
OUR SECOND EVENT IN APRIL HAS… INTERVIEWS WITH SUSAN TULLY AND HUGH PADGHAM (AND AUDIENCE Q&As) Held on Tuesday April 19th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton Doors 18:45, starts 19:30, to finish at approx 22:30 (times may change slightly) / £18.00 SUSAN TULLY Susan Tully is a television drama director and has worked on many popular and acclaimed British drama series’. Her career began onscreen as an actress, with her first major role being in Grange Hill, as Suzanne Ross. Susan appeared in over thirty episodes of the groundbreaking school drama and soon after starred in EastEnders for ten years, including in the first episode, as Michelle Fowler. After quitting acting in the late nineties, she returned to the BBC soap as a director on twelve episodes. She later directed, as Sue Tully, on series’ such as Line of Duty, Silent Witness, The A Word and Tin Star, starring Tim Roth. Others included Sky’s Britannia, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, which starred Billie Piper, The Bill and, more recently, detective series C.B. Strike. Susan as Michelle Fowler in EastEnders HUGH PADGHAM Hugh Padgham is a four-time Grammy-winning record producer, best known for working on music with Phil Collins, The Police, Genesis, XTC, Sting and the Human League. With The Police, he produced classics such as Every Breath You Take and Every Little Thing She Does is Magic, as well as the albums Synchronicity and Ghost in the Machine. His work with Genesis includes the singles Mama, That’s All and Invisible Touch, and he collaborated with the band on four albums. Also, Hugh worked on Phil Collins’ solo material, such as the albums Face Value and No Jacket Required, including the hits In the Air Tonight and Sussudio, among others. With XTC and the Human League, he shaped songs such as Senses Working Overtime and Louise, respectively. We’ll discuss these, as well acclaimed work with Sting and four number one songs for McFly.
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 Tuesday April 19th at the Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester Street, Brighton BN2 1TF Click here for directions > > > Doors 6.45pm, starts 7.30pm (approx).
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