Snow Q Event


We are thrilled to invite you to our event on December 21st 2018!

Since June 21st/Summer Solstice we have been researching and developing material for Snow Q – our project to re-imagine Hans Christian Andersen’s story The Snow Queen along contemporary themes. The culmination of this process will be a work-in-progress collaborative installation and we welcome feedback on your responses. It will feature poetry, performance, music, art and video. Some performances will be live with an actor and a musician and some pre-recorded

The installation will take place in:the basement of the Regency Town House Annexe10 Brunswick Sq, Brighton and Hove BN3 1EH. 

This amazing, atmospheric historic building is un-renovated and unheated, with no facilities.  We recommend you wear suitably warm clothing!

WHEN?21 December 2018
The installation will be open from 4pm till 9pm
Last admittance will be at 8pm

You are welcome to come at any point between 4-8pm on the day of the event. The event is free but in order to avoid disappointment we strongly recommend booking a time slot through our Eventbrite page

We are sorry that access is limited as the venue can only be reached down 12 steps to the basement where the installation will take place in various rooms on one floor. Please note this is a circular site specific installation which will require you to make your way though several rooms and mostly stand in order to experience all the art forms. There will be a few chairs for those who need to sit down.

We can’t wait to show you what we have been working on and look forward to seeing you there!

THANK YOU to all our partners and sponsors and to a number of individuals without whom we couldn’t have done this: Arts Council England, Lewes Live Literature, The Regency Town House, Polish Cultural Institute, New Writing South, Marlborough Theatre, Centrala (Birmingham), European Literature Network, New Music Brighton, Older and Out, Polish Saturday School, Sussex Centre for Folklore Fairy Tales and Fantasy, Synergy Community, Brighton Young Carers Group.

Thank you to members of Brighton Young Carers for their artwork and voice recordings and to Anna Copley, Raf and Maya for voice recordings and to members of Older and Out for messages to younger LGBT people written on ‘fish’ – all incorporated by us in the installation. To Glyndebourne Opera for kind loan of lighting. To Bellerbys College Brighton & Michael Fraser for kind use of media studio facilities.

And to: Sound Engineer – Simon Yapp, Sound Recording – Richard Morson, Sound Consultant – Joseph Young, Lighting Design and Installation – Dave Manion & Amy Clarke, Video Mapping Consultant – Alex May, Wings Puppeteer & Mentor – Isobel Smith, Projection Support – Andy Gray, Installation Support – Phil Blume, Web Design – Elly J Morris.

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