‘ art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life’

Pablo Picasso

Full Programme – Booking Now

Welcome to Brighton Creativity & Wellbeing Week!

I’m guessing you’re here because you love creative stuff, or you want to love it, and you’re interested in finding out, or re-confirming how to feel better by being creative. Life is about thriving, right? Reducing stress, taking timeout to reflect and learning more about how we relate to ourselves and the world helps us to move on from difficult times and celebrate the awe and wonder of life.

‘Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Now I am wise, so I’m changing myself’ Rumi

It all starts with you. What will you choose from our wonderful local programme this year?

This programme of events aims to bring together, on one platform the brilliant work of local arts organisations AND local independent wellbeing practitioners who use the arts in their work to support their clients.

Here’s the programme! Get creating x

June 10th – 10-12pm – Soul Sofa presents Doodle Cafe with Vikki Parker

SIX Cafe, 102-104 Western Road, Hove – £10

Mindful drawing practice for mental health and self-acceptance



To book https://www.eventbrite.com/e/soul-sofa-presents-doodle-cafe-tickets-60898725728

June 10th – 7-9pm – Finding Clarity with Colour Mirrors with Shirley Archibald

Essence, 86 Church Rd, Hove – £22 (£19 early bird)

A gentle journey to identify blocked energy and help you regain your focus.



To book contact Shirley at shirleyeft@gmail.com

June 11th – 7.30-9.30pm Listen to Your Body / Receive from your Heart with Helen Thatcher

Essence, 86 Church Rd, Hove – £15

A movement, visual arts & meditation workshop to bring you home to yourself



To book contact Helen at contacthelenthatcher@gmail.com

June 12th – 10-11am Gyrokinesis with Rosaria Gracia

Unity Studios, 130a Lewes Rd – £10

A natural, flowing movement method to improve the body’s strength and agility.



To book contact Rosaria at info@rosaria-gracia.com or 07854 542856

June 12th – 6-9pm More Culture, Less Medicine – a collaboration between Brighton & Hove Living Well Group, Brighton Uni & RSA

Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-67 Grand Parade – Free Entry / Ticketed

A provocation to explore the role of arts, culture & social prescribing for wellbeing

FB event coming soon

Ticket release tbc

June 13th – 10 -12pm Write Yourself Well with Ann O’Keife

Modelo Lounge Cafe, 145 Church Rd- £15

An uplifting writing workshop to express your soul’s deepest wish



To book contact Ann at annokeife11@gmail.com

June 14th – 8.15-9.45pm Vitaldanza with Chris Harris

The Float Spa, 8  Third Avenue, Hove – £10

A guided, ‘free movement’ workshop to connect you back to your body


To book contact Chris at 07445267725  to reserve a spot or pay on the door

June 15th – 12.30-4pm – Wilderness Wellbeing Walk with Ipse Wilderness

Meeting Point -The Gladstone, 123 Lewes Road – £10 / £8

A journey inside, outside, embracing the metaphors of the landscape for self-reflection



To book contact Julia at ipsewilderness@gmail.com

June 15th – 1-6pm The Clown & the Neutral Mask with Rikki Tarascas

Venue Brighton tbc – £35

A fun workshop to explore self-awareness and your inner clown using masks.


To book contact Rikki at rikkitarascas@gmail.com

June 16th – 11-7pm Creative Reiki Training (Level 1 & 2) with Kubi May

35 Guildford Rd, Brighton – £250

A chance to creatively explore the power of energy healing and get your diploma



To book contact Kubi at kubimay@gmail.com 07986 460011

June 16th – 1.30-5.30pm Inner Theatre with Julie Ulbricht & Vikki Parker

Evolution Arts, 2 Sillwood Terrace, Brighton, BN1 2LR – £35

A magical journey into self awareness through family constellations and storytelling


www.vikkiparker.com          www.simpleayurveda.co.uk

To book https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inner-theatre-tickets-60899903250

If you didn’t already know how much Brighton is invested in the pursuit of making this amazing, vibrant city a centre of excellence for Arts, Culture and Wellbeing you can read the latest awesome Public Health report here