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  • ARTISTS OPEN HOUSES & NEW GROUNDS

    We’ll be home to two different installations/exhibitions this May, displaying prints from the Artists Open Houses cover artist Hannah Forward, and hosting an eclectic array of exciting new works with New Grounds.  You can find out a bit more about both of these exhibition events below. Our Artists Open Houses exhibition will be free entry, […]
  • Tonight, we’re gonna party like it’s 1999

    The year 1999 was a blooming marvellous one for films. There were lots of hidden gems that you probably didn’t realise were released. So, because we’re such good people, we’ve gone round the office and hand-picked some cracking films that you may or may not realise were released in the final year before we entered […]
  • The year that was and the year to come…

    (Pictured: Kiri Pritchard-McLean) So folks, 2018 is done, end of, finito, no more... and what a year it was. We've had scandals galore, political turmoil, icons falling and cars in space. Here at TOM, we had a great year, chock full of fantastic entertainment. 2019 is looking set to be even bigger, both in the news and here [...]
  • This will make your Christmas, but don’t just take our word for it!

      We’re fidgeting around with excitement ahead of 1927’s return to us this Christmas. Last time they were here they brought their amazing show Golem to us, this time around it’s The Animals and Children Took To The Streets. 1927 are an award-winning theatre company known for their stunningly original synchronisation of live music, performance and […]
  • “My world was tumbling into the unknown…”

    This October, we’re really excited to welcome Dom Coyote back to TOM, who will be presenting his new show We Can Time Travel here on 30 October. To get a glimpse into Dom’s mind, read on to learn more about the show, the man, and the reason to climb a mountain… What is WCTT about? We […]
  • “Nothing is off limits…”

    Ahead of her visit to TOM this October, Canadian comedy maestro Mae Martin spoke to BN1 Magazine about all things Brighton, Canadian humour, comedy’s role in politics… and Bette Midler… Are you looking forward to returning to Brighton? I LOVE BRIGHTON. I had the best jacket potato of my LIFE in Brighton. I still think […]
  • TOMtech 2018 is here!

    Now in it’s fourth year, TOMtech is our in-house programme of performances using new technologies. Not content with the traditional artforms (we still love them – have you seen our packed autumn season?) we are leading the way forward with new forms of storytelling, immersive entertainment and cultural experiences that take your breathe away. This year, we […]
  • WELCOME TO BRIGHTON, MISS SPEARS

    We’re a bit in love! Ahead of Britney Spears headlining Brighton & Hove Pride – Official Page on 4 August, 201 Dance Company have created a dance video to her track “Gimme More” – featuring loads of classic Brighton landmarks. They’re here with their new show 201 Dance Company: Skin on Fri 7 Sep, and you’re […]
  • WILDER STORIES #3: GREEN

    Join us for a pigment drenched journey themed around the colour Green. For this specially curated live-lounge podcast, we invited storytellers: musicians, writers, academics and artists from across the city to share a story with us evoked by colour over three intimate Sunday sessions at The Old Market. Hosted by local singer/songwriter Chris T-T and […]
  • WILDER STORIES #2: BLUE

    Sit back, relax, and join us for a pigment drenched journey themed around the colour Blue. The colour of sadness and a signifier of wide open space, blue evokes duelling senses in harmonic tension; isolation and freedom; sadness and openness; the cold and the wet. Listen to this collage of contributions centred around and inspired […]

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