Screen Events

Exhibition on Screen Encore: Vincent Van Gogh

The Capitol Horsham, North Street, Horsham

Tuesday March 27, 7.30pm

Tickets £14/concs £12

This award-winning documentary by David Bickerstaff delves into the fascinating and troubled world of the artist Vincent Van Gogh, showcasing his iconic works and featuring interview with the curatorial team at the Van Gogh Museum.

Phone 01403 750220 or visit

Metropolitan Opera Live: Cosi fan Tutti (Mozart)

Screen One, The Capitol Horsham, North Street, Horsham

Saturday March 31, 5.55pm

Tickets £25/concs £23

Soldiers Ferrando and Guglielmo decided to test their fiancees’ fidelity, goaded by their cynical friend Don Alfonso. They pretend to leave with their regiment, but return in disguise and try to woo each other’s lover. The cast of this story about the battle of the sexes stars Amanda Majeski, Serena Malfi, Kelli O’Hara, Ben Bliss, Adam Plachetka and Christopher Maltman. 

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Brighton Festival 2018

Various venues, Brighton and Hove

Saturday Sunday May 5-27

Brighton-based visual artist David Shrigley (pictured) is the guest director at this year’s Brighton Festival, following in the footsteps of arts luminaries including Kate Tempest, Laurie Anderson, Ali Smith, Hofesh Shecter and Michael Rosen. His offbeat take is reflected in an eclectic programme spanning music, theatre, dance, visual art, film, literature and debate, from Brighton Festival commission Problem in Brighton, a brand new alt rock/pop pantomime, written and directed by David Shrigley himself to a live durational reading of Camus’s seminal The Myth of Sisyphus, and performances from genderqueer rock‘n’roll hero Ezra Furman and cult-favourite Amanda Palmer. Alongside Life Model II, a follow-up to the artist’s Turner Prize-nominated installation of the same name, which invites visitors to take part in a life drawing class with a sculpture of a nine-foot-tall woman as the ‘model’, there is an illustrated talk billed as ‘containing numerous rambling anecdotes… not in the slightest bit boring’, and a screening of a documentary about his work. Other events close to the artist’s heart include an exclusive collaboration between orchestral collective Stargaze and one of his favourite bands, Deerhoof; an exhibition by San-Francisco-based artist and trucker Brett Goodroad (picture below); and a double bill from his friend Malcolm Middleton, one half of Arab Strap, and Scottish musician Iain Shaw, whose quirky folk song-smithery has turned Shrigley’s poems into incisive songs on albums like Awesome and Listening to Slayer. Picture of David Shrigley: Victor Frankowski. Picture below: John Janca.

Phone 01273 709709, email or visit

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