LGBT History Month In Brighton & Hove Libraries

Brighton & Hove Libraries are pleased to present 2 events for LGBT History Month February 2015.

Jarman in Pieces by Project Adorno.

Filmmaker, painter, gay rights activist, author, gardener – Derek Jarman packed many roles into a short life.    

 Jarman‘Jarman In Pieces’ was first performed at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 to commemorate the life of Derek Jarman.

It is a performance collage comprising original songs, film, interviews, ambient sounds and spoken word that aims to celebrate these contrasts rather than reconcile them. 


“A multi-media experience with a good deal of entertaining and thought-provoking music”  ScotsGay magazine.

Where?      Hove Library, 182-6 Church Road, Hove. BN3 2EG

When?       Thursday 19th February 2015

What time?    Doors 7pm for 7.30 start (performance 50mins)

Tickets:      £4.00 including a glass of wine.      

Buy direct from Hove Library or Jubilee Library Booklover Store.


Rainbow Jews Exhibition Launch.

Rainbow Jews is a unique oral history and archive project, exploring the intersection of Jewish and LGBT identities. You are invited to celebrate the launch of the Rainbow Jews travelling exhibition in Brighton.

Rainbow Jews


Discover how the stories and experiences of LGBT Jewish people have shaped British culture from the 1950s to today. Explore the truly diverse range of Jewish voices: Ultra-Orthodox lesbians, bisexual rabbis, gay Holocaust survivors and transgender activists.

Join us for this historic event.

Where?   Jubilee Library foyer, Jubilee Street, Brighton. BN1 1GE

When?    Monday 2nd February 2015

What time?    7.30pm – 9pm

Speaker:   Rabbi Elli Tikvah Sarah

By invite only via





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