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Brighton Digital Festival - Max Cooper & Architecture Social Club : AETHER Installation

Friday 5 October from 11:00 until 19:00
ACCA

AETHER, a collaboration with Architecture Social Club, plays on our intrinsic relationship to the forms, colours and sounds all around us.


Brighton Digital Festival - Max Cooper & Architecture Social Club : AETHER Installation

Saturday 6 October from 11:00 until 19:00
ACCA

AETHER, a collaboration with Architecture Social Club, plays on our intrinsic relationship to the forms, colours and sounds all around us.


Brighton Digital Festival - Suzanne Ciani / Martin Messier Double Bill

Monday 8 October from 20:00 until 22:00
ACCA

Suzanne Ciani / Martin Messier Double Bill


Brighton Digital Festival - GAIKA & Gazelle Twin - Double Bill

Thursday 11 October from 20:00 until 22:00
ACCA

GAIKA & Gazelle Twin - Double Bill


Brighton Digital Festival - James Holden & The Animal Spirits

Friday 12 October from 20:00 until 22:00
ACCA

Synth-led folk-trance standards from electronics guru James Holden and his newly-expanded band.


Clod Ensemble: Placebo

Tuesday 16 October from 20:00 until 21:00
ACCA

A celebration of the power we have to make ourselves feel better, even when things are falling apart.


Clod Ensemble: Placebo

Wednesday 17 October from 20:00 until 21:00
ACCA

A celebration of the power we have to make ourselves feel better, even when things are falling apart.


Lemn Sissay & Vincent Dance Company - Art of Attachment

Thursday 18 October from 19:00 until 20:00
ACCA

An evening of two new works made in collaboration with women and children at Brighton Oasis Project.


Sue MacLaine Company - vessel

Thursday 25 October from 20:00 until 21:00
ACCA

vessel takes the medieval practice of Anchoritism as its starting point to draw parallels and tangle across-the-centuries.


Sue MacLaine Company - vessel

Friday 26 October from 20:00 until 21:00
ACCA

vessel takes the medieval practice of Anchoritism as its starting point to draw parallels and tangle across-the-centuries.


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