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Networks & Groups A community theatre group are pictured on Brighton seafront, wearing t-shirt's each with letters that with everyone standing together read 'Brighton People's Theatre'. Figures are sat, standing, one has a walking stick another is in a wheelchair. A community theatre group are pictured on Brighton seafront, wearing t-shirt's each with letters that with everyone standing together read 'Brighton People's Theatre'. Figures are sat, standing, one has a walking stick another is in a wheelchair.

Networks & Groups

Brighton People's Theatre
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18 networks and groups

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Brighton + Hove Arts Council

80 local amateur groups in visual arts, drama, music, dance, spoken and written word, post their activities. (Unaffiliated to Brighton & Hove Council).

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Brighton People’s Theatre

BPT is changing the way we make theatre and how we tell the tales of our city, for our city. It’s theatre for all: theatre without boundaries.

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Creative Future

We support creative people, underrepresented artists & communities facing barriers & inequality to opportunity. We make the arts more diverse.

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Disability Arts Online

We are an organisation led by disabled people, set up to advance disability arts and culture through the pages of our journal.

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EPIC

Brighton Event Professionals Independent Committee encourages openness and communication between businesses in the event production and supply industries across Brighton/Hove.

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Fuse Brighton

Fuse Brighton is an inclusive platform aimed at elevating the voices and work of creatives of colour. We’re here to create change.

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Future Creators

Future Creators are a collective of organisations working locally (and nationally) as one, to develop the creative potential, skills and voice of our children and young adults.

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LGBTQ+ History Club

Held at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, recent events have focused on LGBTQI Roma; the work of the black gay archive Rukus! 45 years of Switchboard; HIV/AIDS activist Simon Watney; and much more.

 

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Museum Access Advisory Group

The Royal Pavilion and Museums’ Access Advisory Group is made up of individuals with expertise and experience in making arts and heritage accessible to all.

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Queer Artists Network: Brighton

Aims to bring together LGBTQ+ artists to share skills, establish new working partnerships and build community between emerging local artists.

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Radical Rhizomes

A programme of social gatherings by and for queer, trans and intersex people of colour (QTIPoC) in Brighton & Hove.

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Rocket Artists

A not-for-profit, artist-led group who celebrate diverse identities, abilities & art practices.

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Social Art Network: Brighton

Regional group Brighton meet-up for a UK based community of artists committed to building agency for the field of art and social practice.

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Socially Engaged Art Salon (SEAS)

SEAS is a BIPOC & LGBTQ led organisation which promotes social art and artists from underrepresented communities through exhibitions and cultural events.