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A unique regular Brighton based entertainment and arts event with exclusive special guest interviews
IN ASSOCIATION WITH OUR SPONSOR, BRIGHTON FILM SCHOOL
Kirstie of Elephant Sounds specialises in Sound Design for films, covering all aspects of sound from pre- to post-production, including location recording as well as sound Mixing and editing. She is a trained sound designer and an experienced editor who has worked on several feature films, shorts, web commercials, documentaries and promos. She is based in Brighton and London, but is available anywhere in the UK and worldwide.
The Odeon is the UK's leading chain of cinemas. Brighton's Odeon cinema provides The Space with complimentary tickets as raffle prizes for each event.
Bom-Bane's is a licensed cafe-restaurant run by musicians Jane Bom-Bane & Nick Pynn, situated in the Brighton (not the Hove) George St. It features delicious Belgian & other European dishes, along with the Aesop's Tables, Tablerone, TurnTable, Twenty-Seven Chimes Table, Uns-Table & Water Table. www.bom-banes.co.uk
ASHA’S BEAUTY PROJECT
is a professional, friendly
and centrally located
beauty treatment facility
run by Asha Bhola, they
offer a full range of
beauty treatments and
skin care services.
SIMON DYLAN PHOTOGRAPHY
Simon Dylan is an award winning international portrait & live performance photographer, along with being The Space’s official snapper!
The Space is a regular entertainment and media event with a line up of high calibre and successful special guest interviews - held at Komedia, Brighton's leading arts venue.
Trailer edited by Kieron Butler from material filmed by Gavin O'Malley-Richardson.
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Red Dwarf creator Doug Naylor and The Musical Version of The War of the Worlds’, Jeff Wayne...
Sponsored by Brighton Film School
RED DWARF CREATOR
In early 1988, Doug Naylor was a comedy writer known primarily for his work in radio, and as one of the head writers on the satirical puppet comedy show Spitting Image. Together with his then writing partner Rob Grant; he had just created a science-fiction sitcom called Red Dwarf, which was finally getting its debut airing on BBC2 some three years after first being commissioned. Twenty-five years later, Red Dwarf’s ten series’ have made Doug one of the foremost comedy writers in the country. Red Dwarf is still a highly popular show, which is still going strong, thanks to the recent series of Red Dwarf X.
To mark its twenty-fifth anniversary, we welcome Doug for an exclusive insight into its origins and how he has kept the series running for so long.
THE MUSICAL VERSION OF THE WAR OF THE WORLDS’
Thirty-five years ago, September 1978, saw the release of Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of the Worlds. Based on HG Wells’ classic novel, it became one of the UK’s bestselling albums ever. It included the singles, The Eve of the War and Forever Autumn, sung by Justin Hayward. The album also featured Richard Burton, as the narrator, the spoken voice of the journalist, David Essex and Phil Lynott. In the early '70s, Jeff produced David Essex’s Rock On album, which included the Grammy nominated title track. He also wrote numerous advertising jingles and television themes, such as Good Morning Britain and The Big Match.
In recent years, Jeff toured The War of the Worlds as a popular live show, and in 2012 he updated the album with Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of The War of the Worlds – The New Generation, narrated by Liam Neeson.
EVERY EPISODE OF RED DWARF DVD box sets of all ten series’ of the highly popular series, co-created and co-written by Doug Naylor.
JEFF WAYNE’S MUSICAL VERSION OF THE WAR OF THE WORLDS’ – THE NEW GENERATION Jeff’s re-imagining of the classic album features Kaiser Chief’s Ricky Wilson, Gary Barlow, Maverick Sabre, Joss Stone and Liam Neeson.
BLONDIE AT KEW GARDENS Tickets to the New York legends, Blondie at Kew the Music 2013. Armed with 40 years’ of era-defining tracks, and with irrepressible coolness, Blondie are the perfect opener for this year’s music festival at Kew Gardens – supported by Hugh Cornwell.
EAST END FILM FESTIVAL TICKETS The East End Film Festival, one of London’s biggest film festivals, offers 6 days of screenings, film-focused music and arts events across various East London venues. Last year, the EEFF hosted more than 200 screenings, site specific events and master-classes. From 3rd to 8th July.
SUPERMAN, THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO THE MAN OF STEEL On the eve of Man of Steel’s release, the new Superman film, there’s a chance to win a copy of this book. This great, highly colourful, guide will appeal to any fan of the legendary superhero – thanks to DK Books.
THE WAR OF THE WORLDS’ A DVD copy of the classic Hollywood science-fiction film from 1953.
ASHA’S BEAUTY PROJECT A full body relaxing massage at this friendly Brighton based salon which sees fair prices meeting exceptional standards.
CINEMA TICKETS A pair of tickets to a film of your choice at the Odeon cinema.
The Basement, Brighton
Thursday 13th June 2013
Doors 7pm, stage, 8pm
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Early bird tickets only £8
£10 from 23rd May
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SPECIAL THANKS TO QUEENS HOTEL
Guests at Brighton’s Queens Hotel receive a warm welcome from their friendly and professional team, ensuring a memorable stay. The hotel overlooks the beach, the Brighton Pier and promenade. The Queens Hotel has 94 large rooms, with many being very spacious indeed, and has a large and excellently equipped leisure club, which is free to all guests.
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE GRAND BRIGHTON
More than just a hotel, Brighton’s The Grand is an institution, an iconic piece of British history, at the centre of one of the world’s most famous seafronts. Grand by nature and steeped in old world luxury, this is opulent splendour, style and service from another age. From the award-winning concierge, Colin, who opens the door on arrival, to each of the intricate 123 steps on the sweeping spiral staircase, The Grand is a lesson in extravagance.
Brighton Film School offers an extensive range of flexible and competitively priced courses, leading to nationally recognised qualifications. The Film School has been running successful courses for over ten years and the new owners, Brighton Film Productions, are building upon that foundation by offering a wider selection of courses in a wide range of aspects within film production, such as screenwriting and acting for camera.