Monday, 24 August 2015

Cheapest artist studios and office desk space in Brighton £5 per week

Brighton Arts Club is now relocated at the Goddamn Media centre along Lewes RD in central Brighton.
Members get free studio or design or office space all week plus lots of other perks.

Membership of the studios is around a fiver a week.

£75 minimum 3 month contract

Text Pasha 07757781957 for a call back

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Brighton Arts Club Members Lounge

All members of the club are now welcome at the new HQ, Goddamn Media along the Lewes Road.
We have regular exhibition space and open mic on Saturday afternoons plus a gorgeous cafe and members' lounge as well as bring your own bar (members not guests I am afraid).

Joining is easy and usually by invite or suggestion but if you feel you would benefit from us and vice versa please get in touch.

Saturday, 6 June 2015

GODDAMN RADIO: Got something to say BIGMOUTH?

GODDAMN RADIO: Got something to say BIGMOUTH?: Then say it on Goddamn Radio. We can live interview on the phone from anywhere in the world obviously. Get in touch with your proposal ...

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

What's On Brighton New Asperger's Bar opens Fridays in Central Brighton

The Countess of Brighton and Hackney (Pasha du Valentine) is opening a new bar in Brighton with 10% of proceeds going to charity. 
It is the only bar of its kind in the city because members of the club can bring their own alcohol. 
There is a £5 admin fee and temporary membership per evening for non members and a fabulous juice and cake bar which is a continuation of the Countess Teetotal Bar run previously at Brighton Arts Club which was closed due to an application to turn the venue into flats. 
The Goddamn Bar will open every Friday from 10pm until 2 am and will host chilled tunes from local djs, board games, live music and of course a 10% donation to Asperger's awareness groups across the city and beyond. 
Anyone with Asperger's is encouraged to be part of this wonderful project. 
The Countess is committed to actively changing attitudes and benefiting people affected by Asperger's as a mother who has been deeply touched by all that the condition has brought to her family.