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Join ‘a masterful storyteller’ (Radio Times) for a candle-lit journey in search of the supernatural secrets of our waterways.


Aided by a witch, Jarvis Cocker, and magician-author Alan Moore, David Bramwell battles his own thalassophobia (the fear of ‘what lurks beneath’) to unearth little-known stories and myths that surround our rivers.

The River Don is the focal point for this psycho-geographical journey that blends music, animation and film with captivating monologue. You’ll also learn about Brighton’s lost River Wellsbourne in a post-show Q&A.

‘Bramwell clearly has an eye for the oddball and arcane’ The Guardian

By Dr. David Bramwell


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Visit Photoworks and Project Art Works Phoenix Brighton and see Anna Farley's commission for In Focus, reflecting on her experiences as a neurodiverse artist and spanning photography, installation and sculpture.

The exhibition also includes an immersive space and series of new lens-based works, created by participants from Grace Eyre Foundation, Ambito Care and St Nicholas Centre, working with artists Alejandra Carles-Tolra, Bill Leslie and Lynn Weddle. Find out more: bit.ly/2oBFdIV

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Visit Photoworks and Project Art Works Phoenix Brighton and see Anna Farley's commission for In Focus, reflecting on her experiences as a neurodiverse artist and spanning photography, installation and sculpture. 

The exhibition also includes an immersive space and series of new lens based works, created by participants from Grace Eyre Foundation, Ambito Care and St Nicholas Centre, working with artists Alejandra Carles-Tolra, Bill Leslie and Lynn Weddle. Find out more: https://bit.ly/2oBFdIV
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