MAY: Brighton Fringe Festival
Bom-Bane’s Musical History of 24 George St, Brighton & Other Shows
Musical History of 24 George St, Brighton
Bom-Bane Family Players
An original musical and gastronomical journey from the 5th century settlement of Boerthlelm’s Tun to Brighton in 1795, with affectionate portraits of the colourful inhabitants of 24 George St from its construction to present day Bom-Bane’s.
18-20, 25-27 May and 1-3 Jun 20:00
£25(£22.50) Under 16s £12.50, Family Ticket £65 [2hrs]
The well-researched performance provides an evening of surprises, wit and charm. The six singers have beautiful voices and are accompanied by a variety of musical instruments.
The beauty of Bom-Bane’s is the simplicity and ease of everything. Performers instantly slip into being waitresses during the meal; nothing is too much trouble.
With good food, great entertainment and a real homely feel, Jane Bom-Bane and her team are adding their own special touch to the history of this house.
For other shows below, please book through Bom-Bane’s 01273 606400 email@example.com:
May 4th Velvettes 8pm £8 (close harmony trio/songs from 20s to 60s & room to dance!)
May 5th Nick Pynn 8pm £8 (composer/multi-instrumentalist)
May 6th: Kate Daisy Grant 8pm £8 (original folk-pop songs) SORRY – SOLD OUT NOW
May 6th, 7th, 13th (sold out) & 14th 2.30 – 3.30pm
Jo Neary’s Portable Art Department Presents:
Beat Bobius Gets A Job(ius) and Other Stories
Kids’ alternative comedy, puppets, characters … and some drawing
£3. Ages 5 – 11 but all ages welcome
Photo: Hannah Blackenbury
‘Leaves you with a huge smile and a renewed sense of delight in daftness.’
(The Observer)‘Big grinned scatty sweetness’ Independent On Sunday
May 11th Jane B-B solo 8pm £8 Original songs, mechanical hats and harmoniums – and pastel illustrations by Tom Walker
May 12th Daisy Jordan 8pm £8
The Sorrowful Tale of Sleeping Sidney Sold out now
A scratch puppet-performance of Barely Human Puppets’ current work in progress, inspired by real, local, historic events. This macabre tale of intrigue, obsession, murder and confectionery, will leave you with a bitter taste in your mouth.
May 14th and 15th: Local poets as The Blue Lotus Cafe: 7pm £10/8 music, poetry & song
May 16th Rosie Brown 8pm £8 (original jazzy folk)
By popular demand: Robin and Bina return to B-B’s for their annual visit
| July 20th 7pm Performance after two-course meal £25 a head.
Robin is legendary world wide as musicIan ,writer and storyteller.He has forefronted many genres over his 50.year career.He plays harp and guitar.
Bina is a gifted singer songwriter writer multi instrumentalist in her own right.She has a hauntingly sweet melodious voice.She plays bowed psaltery ,plucked psaltery ,auto harp and long necked dulcimer.
Their soulful concerts feature their East West harmonies and their own unique interweave of songs stories and music.
” An evening of enchanting entertainment ”
BBC Radio Scotland ,Celtic Connections
“Pure beauty through simplicity”