The next of the popular Towner and Melting Vinyl Club Nights is taking place at the gallery in two weeks time, on Saturday the 20th of July. A more laid-back affair than March's Electric Dreams, the Corner House Club Night will again feature live music and your ticket will include free entry to the Lyons Teashops Lithographs exhibition. The exhibition alone would normally cost £5.50 for adults (£4 concessions).
Inspired by the Teashops heyday of the 1940s and 1950s, the Club Night will have a retro feel and guests are strongly encouraged to dress up in costumes of the period to add to the vintage vibe. Step into the photobooth before enjoying the gentle music of an orchestral ensemble or, later on, picking up the tempo with a swing dance group. There will be lively talks given by Dr David Bramwell, a Brighton author and frontman of The Catalyst Club which is a unique monthly Brighton event that pays tribute to the old traditions of French Salon, debating societies and Gentleman's Clubs. The Radio Theatre will perform a spoof of the classic 1945 film Brief Encounter, playing on the idea of 1930s radio theatre but with visual aspects as well. And local fabric shop Owl And Sewing Cat will be running a sewing workshop.
Towner Gallery, Sat 20th Jul,20:30 - 24:00.
Tickets £10, £9 concessions, £6 Towner members, available online or by calling 01323 434670.