Third Thursdays’ theme for April is Memory. We have curated a programme of new and existing works by artists and filmmakers that reflect on and stimulate memories. Including ‘Laser Lunar Lander’ by Seb Lee-Delisle – the 70s videogame projected onto Polo Restaurant (Nile St, The Lanes); ‘Remembering Place’ by Thomas Buckley – a new commission projected on screens floating above Gardner St; ‘Reminiscents’ by Originary Arts – an exhibition of memory-inspired artwork evoked by smell at Lush on East St, plus much more, including musicians playing throughout the streets and a new film trail of reflective films.

Memory is such an important part of human life and experience – join us in celebrating with art, music and film a journey into memory in the streets of Brighton.

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Film trail

Film Trail

A film trail will weave through the streets from East St to the North Laine between 8 and 9pm. Start at entrance to East St Arcade at 8pm.

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STUCK by Cole & Joslin

STUCK is a video made in 360, projected as a crystal ball hovering above the busy street of Kensington Gardens. Look up and you will catch sight of a young woman inside a child’s bedroom, testing and retracing the space.

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Musicians will be playing live on Gardner Street, Bond Street, East Street and Brighton Place (The Lanes) between 7 and 9pm.

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What else is happening this Thursday


Jewellery Foolery

Make jewellery, decorations and other fun things inspired by the crazy designs of the Tatty Devine exhibition. Use odds and ends, bits and bobs to create something weird and wonderful to keep or to give as a gift. Booking advisable.

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