Starr Hub - BN Artist
Following the success of our first Starr Hub- BN Social Entrepreneur, we are now delighted to announce our next event- BN Artist.
Celebrating all things artistic, our next Hub will take place at fabulous Fabrica, a former Regency church in the heart of Brighton, on Thursday 12 June from 4.45pm- 7.30pm.
We are excited to present a fantastic line up of BN speakers from the worlds of opera, circus, literature and film, along with a few surprises, as we turn the space into a promenade performance of conversations, talks and delicious food. Please come and join us, we’d love to see you there.
Our speakers are:
- Lizzie Overton inspiring teacher and adult educator who has developed a unique approach to teaching led by the collective curiosity and imagination of the group.
- Indiana Danahar and Karoki Mahmoodi young aerialists trained at Bandbazi, the award winning, Brighton based multicultural and inclusive performing arts company which uses circus and theatre skills to give a voice to marginalised groups through professional productions and education programmes.
- Edward Hogan author of Blackmoor, The Hunger Trace, Daylight Saving and The Messengers.
- Young film makers WeAreThePeopleToo talking about their latest project In Transition
- Nadine Mortimer Smith opera / jazz singer, High Performance Coach and mentor.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite and are free for young people under 18 and £10 for adults. Please see Eventbrite for details of concessions.
If you’d like to get in touch, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re from a youth organisation and would like to bring a group please drop us a line and ask us about how we can support you with this.
Tickets are limited and on sale now so please visit Eventbrite to make a booking (please note even free tickets must be booked this way).