PREVIEW: Music, visual arts, theatre and dance – it’s a busy November for Brighton Dome.

Paul Gustafson October 17, 2015

This November sees another busy and eclectic month of performances at Brighton’s Dome.

The Tiger Lillies:
The Tiger Lillies: Dome Concert Hall: Nov.30

Earsthetic returns for its third year with a mini-season of multidisciplinary work exploring the boundaries between music and visual art. The week-long event will play host to the likes of songwriter Bianca Casady & The C.i.A.,  Brechtian punk-cabaret superstars The Tiger Lillies, and acclaimed sound artist Mikhail Karikis. (Nov 25 – Dec 1).

Other concerts in November include John Grant, bringing his sumptuous ballads and taut, fizzing, electronic pop songs to Brighton as he performs his new album, Grey Tickles Black Pressure (November 13). Watch out also for Matthew Herbert (November 19), making a welcome return to his house music roots in a special live show.

Theatrical gems in November include Little Soldier’s hilarious re-enactment of one of the most influential works of literature, The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha (November 5), which the company say is no mean feat given they’ve not read the book and don’t have enough actors; Chris Goode’s critically acclaimed and incendiary work Men In The Cities (November 24); and a revival of Cathal Cleary’s renowned production of Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs (November 18), a tale of two teenagers raging against small town mediocrity.

And don’t miss award-winning comedy dance company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo (November 3 & 4) as they bring their clever, hilarious yet technically brilliant ballet repertoire to the Concert Hall stage for two evenings.

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