Monday, 29 June 2015

Brighton's Best... Rag n Bone Man


THE PRIDE FETISH BALL AT BRIGHTON ARTS CLUB

On the 1st of August The Countess of Brighton and Hackney will host the Brighton Fetish Ball at Brighton Arts Club....it will be our final event at the Palace of Providence.

There will be an exhibition of fetish art from 6pm and a fetish catwalk event at 9pm.

All events are free and will celebrate the end of an era at the club who will be moving to new premises in Lewes Road at the Goddamn Media Radio Station.


For details about exhibiting or modelling or for general enquiries about the event please telephone Pasha du Valentine on 07757781957

What's On Brighton This Week

This week we are running the arts cafe every day. Opening hours are

MON..........7pm til 10pm
TUES.........7pm til 10pm
WED..........12pm til 4pm 7pm till 10pm
THURS......7pm til 10pm
FRI.............12pm til 4pm 7pm till late
SAT............7pm till late

Members nights tend to go on into the small hours so please call to check if we are still open at the weekend. 07757781957

We are still looking for staff....4 hours in exchange for free exhibition space. Sculptors, film makers and fine artists welcome.

We also have a permanent mic and amp set up for drop in open mic at any time during open hours.

Friday, 26 June 2015

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/twittering-from-the-turrets

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Situations Vacant

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/situations-vacant-goddamn-media

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Choreographer Wanted Situations Vacant


I am looking for a choreographer for the Pride Fetish Catwalk event on the 1st August. Something radical, mad max, tank girl, punk rock, dirty sex style....we have a twin staircase to use and I can buy props from poundland! I may be able to borrow a pole. You will be part of an amazing project that sees the end of Brighton Arts Club and the launch of Goddamn Media proper. You will get half price drinks at the fetish ball and free membership at the Goddamn Club for at least a month.....who wants in?

What's On Brighton this week at Goddamn Media

We are all charging around this week at the radio station having interviewed some of Brighton's best poets over the last couple of days. Don't worry if you missed the live shows though as they are both available on the app. Just google Goddamn Radio on your search devices).

Tomorrow the Dirty Feminist is making art ready for the gallery which is finally picking up attention from the local community. That of course was one of the main purposes of the project when Goddamn Media first opened. (The Dirty Feminist by the way, makes art on recycled matter at prices from £1-10 as part of a movement to create art buyers from the so called underclasses.)

Thursday we open the Goddamn Cafe with some live art from the dirty feminist in the studio. Tea and coffee and toast at budget prices to draw the artists in from the garrets and the gutters. And cigars and rum porridge should the fancy take you.

Friday is a big day too for the arts cafe as we present new exhibitor Ryan S Grimind who will be presenting his work for the permanent show. Friday of course is also the Goddamn Members club late night....you all know the score on that one.....enter at your own risk and leave when you are broken! All welcome of course.

Saturday we have a very private function so stay home and recover ready for Monday when we will be presenting one of our newest artists to exhibit at the permanent show....Lataya is her name and watch this space.

If you live too far to join us please keep up with the radio bulletins and why not join our facebook audience for regular chat and updates.





The Goddamn Aspie Bar (Asperger's Fund Raising in Brighton)


Brighton's ONLY hot tub bar is available for hire from only £50 per event. We offer a range of options including bring your own booze and garden barbecue facilities. We can even let you have the whole night if you are naughty enough to stay up late. 10% of any hire fee goes to the Goddamn Asperger's Fund, funding creative projects for Aspie adults.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

A burning Issue with the Pastor

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/a-buring-issue-for-pasto-po-no-13
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Thursday, 18 June 2015

Clitorus and Penises

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/pills-pain-penises-childish-friends

WHAT'S ON BRIGHTON THE DIRTY FEMINIST


THE DIRTY FEMINIST

Great day at the Goddamn Media Head Quarters today!

We had Sam Chapman et al arrive for the launch episode of his new radio show which goes out tomorrow morning.

Then a gaggle of youth who make up 2 up and coming Brighton bands descended upon us ready, and overly enthusiastic it must be said, for their interviews downstairs in the recording studio.

I also had my first volunteer, Ryan, who is giving 4 hours per week at the arts cafe and gallery in exchange for free exhibition space. His art is in his words 'dark' and he uses a lot of red which is fine by me!

Looks like I may not get my Velvet Knights show done tonight as I do need to get prepped for my art exhibition tomorrow THE DIRTY FEMINIST from 2pm.

No peace for the wicked eh?

Pasha x



Hen and Stag Parties Brighton


Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Secret Sex Parties in Brighton


Want a secret sexy private party with optional hot tub? 
Call the booking hotline 07757781957 or text and we will get back to you. 
Bespoke parties in beautiful surroundings in central Brighton and all at an excellent rate. — at Goddamn Media

What's On This Week in Brighton at Goddamn Media HQ

We have another busy week at the media empire this week as Pasha preps for her show on Friday. Doors open from 2pm and close at the end of the Asperger's Fundraiser around midnight.

Due to safety precautions visitors may have to press the intercom for access.

On Saturday we have Club Dark which is the only serious BDSM contender in Brighton clubland.
Ticket only as always and available through Fetlife.


Exhibition Space Brighton Gallery

We have a very cool gallery space in central Brighton with a garden and bar for your private view.

Fees are

£200 per week for solo shows 
£300 per week for mixed shows

You will be expected to curate the show yourselves outside our normal hours of opening.
We will staff your private view and run a bar unless you would like to hire the refreshment hub which is £100 per day.

We are between two universities and on all night public transport routes.















Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Cheapest Pro Recording in Brighton

Goddamn Radio has a soundproofed basement studio suitable for live and  recorded media 24/7.
We are based in central Brighton and our studio can fit 6 people for interviews, play recitals, podcasting, radio shows and digital bands.
Fees start at £20 an hour.
Call for bookings 07757781957

Goodmoney Brighton Debate at the Studio and Pasha du Valentne's Velvet Knights






Goodmoney....is it a scam? Brighton's alternative money system, are we being duped?


A question arose. I researched and concluded thus: It is my opinion that Goodmoney Community Interest Company (Goodmoney CIC) is only good by name and their Goodmoney Voucher business is profoundly detrimental to any local economy that engages with it. I cannot advise anyone to buy Goodmoney Vouchers or to accept them as payment. If you want to see my professional background find me on LinkedIn, just drop the Po when you search. I would, of course, be very interested to hear from anyone who thinks they can explain how a scheme that removes money from the collective economy of any local community at the rate of £4.75 per "£20" Gift Voucher transaction is beneficial to that community's economy. Perhaps Dr Caroline Lucas MP, a Director of Goodmoney CIC, might like to have a go. Part one – The Narrative (loads of words and fewer numbers) On Monday I was involved in a debate that was broadcast live on the internet and can still be listened to via the www.goddammnradio.comwebsite. Proposed as a debate about alternative currency models, it became apparent quite soon that the visitors to the studio were simply using the current mood of general distrust in banks to promote a commercial gift voucher scheme as if it were a fledgling alternative currency that would benefit the local economy. I was somewhat surprised when, before we went live, Matthew Slater, a self-titled "Community Currency Engineer", picked up an unused toothbrush that was among the art and music bits n bobs in the studio and asked if he could have it. He was promptly and firmly told, No. I had read Matthew's website in preparation for the debate and was interested to discuss his philosophy of "Radical giving" with him as it seemed to involve everyone else giving their stuff away while he lived on gifts from everyone else, his only return contribution being the apparently priceless advice that giving stuff away so you own as little as possible is in some way spiritually beneficial. Even having read his page and understanding him to be content to freeload off other people, I wasn't expecting Matthew Slater to be a straightforward beggar, I wasn't expecting him to ask to be given stuff as he saw it and wanted it. Following the toothbrush incident I was not surprised when, after the broadcast was over and I was on the way outside for a smoke, Mathew wanted a free cigarette from me. "Give me a cigarette." He said, with a tone suggesting it was my duty to provide one for him. I told him, "No. You can buy your own."  To which he shot back, "I don't smoke." as if to give an illogical response was in some way clever. Moments later, he came outside rolling a cigarette he had more successfully blagged from someone on his own team. You can listen for yourself how well he fared in the "debate" if you wish but I wouldn't advise taking any kind of financial advice at any time from any guru who apparently can't afford a toothbrush and who relies on handouts from disciples to get by from day to day. ______ Before he started telling people to give their stuff away, Matthew made his living writing software. One of his programs, he told us, sits behind the Goodmoney CIC gift voucher scheme. CIC stands for Community Interest Company, a form of Limited Company that must be run as a profitable enterprise and its activity must benefit the community. A CIC is not a Charity and cannot be run as "not for profit" or at a loss. Having spoken in echo of Matthew's emotive terms of the evil of banks and that money as we know it should be replaced with something better, Dr Mick Taylor, a Director representing Goodmoney CIC, introduced his company's scheme as if it were a fledgling alternative local currency that would boost the local economy. At least, that's how it came across to me. Listen for yourself if you wish. When quizzed, Dr Taylor, a mathematician whose PHD is in Network Science, had to concede the scheme is not a currency at all and never could become one. It is nothing more than a pre-paid gift voucher for local use with participating local traders. Dr Taylor was careful to describe the 5% fee deducted from the face value of the vouchers when redeemed by a business as an admin fee for inclusion in an online directory of participating businesses. As he is a mathematician and on the Board of Directors of Goodmoney CIC, I was very surprised that Dr Taylor claimed not to know, when asked the question directly, what would happen to the interest on all the money that would sit in Goodmoney CIC's bank account in the period between any voucher being purchased and it being redeemed. The debate on alternative currencies / gift voucher pitch drew to a close after its allotted broadcast hour and continued for a short while outside in the sun on the back deck until the Goodmoney sales team went off into the afternoon and I went home for a kip, my usual nocturnal routine having been interrupted by another engagement earlier in the day. Perhaps energised by the debate, I didn't sleep straight away. Instead, I started doing sums and reading the Terms & Conditions published across a number of pages on the Goodmoney CIC website. If the T&C were outsourced I suggest someone asks for their money back. I was not impressed to find inconsistencies between similar terms on different pages, typos, use of incorrect words and reference to a non-existent Act. I read Goodmoney CIC's T&C from start to finish, because I am like that. I would have looked at their accounts but the company is too new to have published any so I looked at the legislation covering CICs. All this is standard practice for anyone properly evaluating any contract and is what I have been paid to do for years. Though in this instance I am giving my advice free of charge it is exactly the same advice as I would give were I commissioned as a professional consultant. I cannot see how such a plainly parasitic business can call itself a Community Interest Company in any sense other than by Goodmoney CIC's registered office being in New England House, an address within the community. Everyone else in the community who interacts with it seems to lose out by doing so. I note Goodmoney CIC requests volunteer help with its commercial operation.  ______ My considered advice to anyone wanting to give someone else £20 to spend locally is to make your gift of £20 in cash and hang on to the extra £3.75 it would have cost you to add a gift card, envelope and delivery to the purchase of a "£20" Goodmoney Voucher. Most people spend cash locally in shops and pubs anyway and you can spend locally the £3.75 you have saved, too. How about supporting your local pub or café with a drink or a bun to celebrate being smarter than Goodmoney CIC and actually supporting your local traders and businesses without going through a middleman? My considered advice to traders and businesses is to not participate in this voucher scheme unless you have fully understood the detrimental effect it would have on your cashflow, your profit margins and your VAT account when compared to equivalent cash sales. Accepting payment in the form of a credit voucher still leaves you liable to pay VAT as if you had received the full sale value at the time of the sale even though by redeeming the voucher you will receive less than the full sale value and will receive the reduced sum at a later date, according to whenever Goodmoney CIC programme their monthly payment run. It would be less damaging to your business to offer a 5% discount to local customers who pay there and then by cash than to accept a voucher under this scheme. The 5% of face value retained by Goodmoney on redemption of vouchers was described to me during the debate as a fee for inclusion in an online directory. That all sales resulting from this directory in the fashion intended by the publishers of the directory will be of less benefit to your business than any other sales should be seriously considered before signing up for inclusion. Signing up also gives away more intellectual property rights than seems necessary, especially as these rights are to be given over to Goodmoney CIC for all time and for any purpose and for everything submitted to their website. This would include their use of your logo without your further permission even if you left the scheme. My advice to Goodmoney CIC is to stop promoting yourself under a banner of proclamation that the existing monetary and banking system is evil and stop claiming that your scheme is a fledgling alternative when your business model seemingly relies upon earning bank interest on sums held as security against unredeemed gift vouchers and taking a cut from "both ends" of the local transaction. Though it could be said there is a bit of smoke and mirrors stuff going on here, the key to clearing it away is to ignore the person who receives the Voucher with a face value of "£20" and who gets £20 worth of goods from the local trader. If someone were fool enough to buy a "£20" Goodmoney Voucher with gift card and delivery and the voucher got spent in their own shop they would have laid out £23.75 to enable them to claim back only £19.00, representing a straight cash loss to that someone of £4.75 having resulted directly from the involvement of Goodmoney CIC as middlemen in the transaction rather than dealing in cash. It follows that: If a member of the community buys a "£20" Goodmoney Voucher.... that gets spent in a shop in the community .... a straight cash loss to the community of £4.75 …. directly from the involvement of Goodmoney CIC in the transaction rather than dealing in cash. If 1000 members of the community each buy "£20" Goodmoney Vouchers and they are spent in the community the community suffers a straight cash loss of £4750. Additional losses would also be incurred by businesses not being paid by Goodmoney CIC until their once-monthly payment run. As I said at the beginning, I would be very interested to hear from anyone who thinks they can explain how any scheme that removes money from the collective economy of any local community at the rate of £4.75 per "£20" Gift Voucher transaction is supposed to be beneficial to that community's economy.

Staff Needed at Goddamn Media

We are looking for interns for radio broadcasts and staff to run the cafe in exchange for exhibition space.

Short shifts and big fun!!!




SITUATIONS VACANT


GODDAMN MEDIA HAS A RADIO AND TV STATION AS WELL AS A GALLERY AND A POP UP BAR AND CAFE SPACE. WE ARE LOOKING FOR CREATIVE STAFF WHO PAINT/MAKE AND ARE WILLING TO EXCHANGE 4 HOURS PER WEEK TO BE PART OF THE PERMANENT EXHIBITION IN THE GODDAMN GALLERY. 

 CALL PASHA ON 07757781957

Monday, 15 June 2015

Goodmoney...is it a con?

A question arose. I researched and concluded thus: It is my opinion that Goodmoney Community Interest Company (Goodmoney CIC) is only good by name and their Goodmoney Voucher business is profoundly detrimental to any local economy that engages with it. I cannot advise anyone to buy Goodmoney Vouchers or to accept them as payment. If you want to see my professional background find me on LinkedIn, just drop the Po when you search. I would, of course, be very interested to hear from anyone who thinks they can explain how a scheme that removes money from the collective economy of any local community at the rate of £4.75 per "£20" Gift Voucher transaction is beneficial to that community's economy. Perhaps Dr Caroline Lucas MP, a Director of Goodmoney CIC, might like to have a go. Part one – The Narrative (loads of words and fewer numbers) On Monday I was involved in a debate that was broadcast live on the internet and can still be listened to via the www.goddammnradio.comwebsite. Proposed as a debate about alternative currency models, it became apparent quite soon that the visitors to the studio were simply using the current mood of general distrust in banks to promote a commercial gift voucher scheme as if it were a fledgling alternative currency that would benefit the local economy. I was somewhat surprised when, before we went live, Matthew Slater, a self-titled "Community Currency Engineer", picked up an unused toothbrush that was among the art and music bits n bobs in the studio and asked if he could have it. He was promptly and firmly told, No. I had read Matthew's website in preparation for the debate and was interested to discuss his philosophy of "Radical giving" with him as it seemed to involve everyone else giving their stuff away while he lived on gifts from everyone else, his only return contribution being the apparently priceless advice that giving stuff away so you own as little as possible is in some way spiritually beneficial. Even having read his page and understanding him to be content to freeload off other people, I wasn't

Thursday, 11 June 2015

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Burning issue for the Pastor

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/a-question-for-pastor-po

New Radio show

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/a-burning-issue-for-pastor-po

Monday, 8 June 2015

need a hug?


Live radio at Goddamn Media

Coming up today at 3pm is our live chat and debate about alternative monetary sytems for local economies. Listen in on Spreaker or on our apps which you can download from the tab above.


www.spreaker.com/countessofbrightonandhackney

Sunday, 7 June 2015

Art throb track 'being'

https://www.spreaker.com:443/episode/6183658

Sunday in Paradise

https://www.spreaker.com/user/countessofbrightonandhackney/sunday-in-paradise-wit-cats-n-trannies

BAC AND PASHA GET ANOTHER BLOG MENTION

http://www.jodieroweartist.com/performance-history/

What's On This Week Brighton at Goddamn Media

Monday 8th June is a live debate from the radio station at 3pm.

We need some audience members interested, though not necessarily knowledgeable about alternative monetary systems. Just turn up and press the intercom or phone the station

07757781957

http://matslats.net/


On Wednesday 10th June in the evening we are recording for Goddamn TV a 40s makeover on Pasha du Valentine.

Make up artist Sascha Cooper will be styling the Countess and will also be interviewed about her career.

Thursday 11th, in the evening, is the first of the Champagne Ladies nights.
Bring your own tipple and mix with like minded people, business women, movers and shakers, personalities and idea moguls.

£5 entry 8pm till 11.30

Friday 12th June is our second Aspie Bar fubdraiser, 10pm till 2am. Bring your own booze and again £5


Goddamn TV

CIGARETTE by Pasha du Valentine for Goddamn Media: https://youtu.be/eEeIhmUoqgQ

Black Cat White Cat

Late Sunday breakfast at BCWC

Great day in Paradise

One is resting in the boudoir in anticipation of the long day ahead.
Goddamn Radio will be live shortly as the Countess embarks on the big tidy in preparation for the return of the Baron tomorrow fresh from a stint with her Majesty, the Queen.
The cats are pretending to get along when one looks at them but partake in a chorus of hisses when one's regal head is turned.
Long live the Countess of Brighton and Hackney!

Goddamm Aspies

https://www.smore.com/eq3a2-the-goddamn-aspie-bar-brighton

Blogging with Vi

http://www.violettaderose.com/news--updates/goddamn-media-aspergers-charity-night-050615

Saturday, 6 June 2015

Ladies Champagne Night Brighton

Thursdays are for ladies only at the Goddamn Bar. A Champagne night for business women and movers and shakers to meet and socialise. Bring your own tipple. £5 ENTRY PER PERSON. PLease prebook to confirm availability on 07757781957 with the Countess of Brighton and Hackney, Pasha du Valentine: business woman, feminist artist, tv and radio personality, mother and activist for Asperger rights.
Groups and individuals equally welcome.

GODDAMN RADIO: Got something to say BIGMOUTH?

GODDAMN RADIO: Got something to say BIGMOUTH?: Then say it on Goddamn Radio. We can live interview on the phone from anywhere in the world obviously. Get in touch with your proposal ...

Got something to say BIGMOUTH?

Then say it on Goddamn Radio.

We can live interview on the phone from anywhere in the world obviously.

Get in touch with your proposal and we can have a live interview.

Want a slot on Goddamn Radio?

We have various packages on offer at Goddamn Media to help build your port folio, expand your brand or promote your other activities.

We can arrange for a regular slot daily or weekly, even monthly or can put you on live at a set time.

Pricing starts a £20 per hour broadcast.

Call the GMHQ for a chat about your needs or how we can modify a package for you.

Venue hire Brighton BN1


I have 2 great Brighton venues available for hire.....here are the hire fees. 

Goddamn Media (8 Lewes Road BN2 3HP)

Bring your own booze option venue, capacity 50, £5 per person, chilled events till 2am. 
Bring your own playlist or leave it to us. Payment in advance. 
If we run the bar the fees are
£200 per night with optional hot tub (£200) and Soundproofed basement room £50

The Countess of Brighton and Hackney Palace (43 Providence Place BN1 4GE)

Capacity 250, we provide reasonably priced bar, open til 6am. 
Basic PA or bring your on system and decks etc. £200 till 2am and £25 an hour thereafter. 
Payment in advance. — at The Countess of Brighton and Hackney

Brighton's only bring your own booze bar hosted by Pasha du Valentine


Friday, 5 June 2015

Krystal live at the Goddamn Bar

Hen Parties and Ladies Wot Lunch in Brighton

The Goddamn Bar which is of course a boozeless bar can now take bookings for lunchtime Champagne events. You bring the champers and we do the rest. Gorgeous members' club with garden.
Hen parties and Ladies wot liquid lunch welcome.
£5 a head 
and yes of course, 
also available to men.

Calm before storm

What's on tonight in Brighton


The Countess is getting ready for this evening's Goddamn Bar launch in aid of the new Goddamn Asperger's Grants. 
Bring your own tipple for a mere fiver entry.....cheapest ho in town!
 See you then I hope, 10 pm x

Chilling at the palace

Thursday, 4 June 2015

WHAT'S ON Friday in BRIGHTON


It is a fiver for everyone to get in tomorrow, no concessions except trans and Aspies, bring your own booooooooze!!!!!! Feel free to share with mama though. Remember 10% goes to our Goddamn Media Grants for Brighton grown up Aspies. The club is for grown ups only and will carry on the traditions of debauched practice now famous at my various palaces and forts. 10 pm til late, no entry after 2am. Everyone welcome. We can play hard and raise funds hard while we are at it! — at Goddamn Media

Manifesto for the Goddamn Asperger's Bar in Brighton

This is our current manifesto for raising money through the Goddamn Aspie Bar and through our crowdfunding page.

Adults with Asperger's can often feel marginalized and unsupported once they become adults and are forced to cope with real world situations with adult expectations. Setting up businesses or supporting creative projects can be daunting for people on the spectrum and we aim to provide both financial and pastoral support through Goddamn Media.

We aim to provide grants between £20 and £100 for creative endeavors, business projects, equipment or clothing to kick start new jobs etc. We can also assist young offenders who are recently on release, find valuable sources of advice and emotional support as necessary and even hire equipment such as cameras, mixers and sound systems for events etc, Maybe you need a skateboard for a film you want to make.....we will look at each application individually with no prejudice.
— at Goddamn Bar

Tuesday, 2 June 2015


I have been booked on the Friday before Pride......and Pride people interested in combining forces with Goddamn Media on the Saturday should get in touch now as it will be my final event at BAC.......after Pride it will be handed over to the next guardian!

Ideally I would like to have 4 djs to perform throughout the night for an all night event from 11 to 6am. I would ask for a ticket split dependent upon how much you are paying to hire the venue. 

Ticket price estimate £10-£15

Capacity approx 250-300

What's On Brighton New Asperger's Bar opens Fridays in Central Brighton

The Countess of Brighton and Hackney (Pasha du Valentine) is opening a new bar in Brighton with 10% of proceeds going to charity. 
It is the only bar of its kind in the city because members of the club can bring their own alcohol. 
There is a £5 admin fee and temporary membership per evening for non members and a fabulous juice and cake bar which is a continuation of the Countess Teetotal Bar run previously at Brighton Arts Club which was closed due to an application to turn the venue into flats. 
The Goddamn Bar will open every Friday from 10pm until 2 am and will host chilled tunes from local djs, board games, live music and of course a 10% donation to Asperger's awareness groups across the city and beyond. 
Anyone with Asperger's is encouraged to be part of this wonderful project. 
The Countess is committed to actively changing attitudes and benefiting people affected by Asperger's as a mother who has been deeply touched by all that the condition has brought to her family.

What's On Brighton .... Asperger's Charity Bar opens in Brighton!

The Countess of Brighton and Hackney (Pasha du Valentine) is opening a new bar in Brighton with 10% of proceeds going to charity. 
It is the only bar of its kind in the city because members of the club can bring their own alcohol. 
There is a £5 admin fee and temporary membership per evening for non members and a fabulous juice and cake bar which is a continuation of the Countess Teetotal Bar run previously at Brighton Arts Club which was closed due to an application to turn the venue into flats. 
 The Goddamn Bar will open every Friday from 10pm until 2 am and will host chilled tunes from local djs, board games, live music and of course a 10% donation to Asperger's awareness groups across the city and beyond. 
Anyone with Asperger's is encouraged to be part of this wonderful project. The Countess is committed to actively changing attitudes and benefiting people affected by Asperger's as a mother who has been deeply touched by all that the condition has brought to her family.

Monday, 1 June 2015

Free venue hire Brighton Arts Club

Want a last minute party for free?Due to a cancellation we have a 250 capacity venue available on the 6th June.

Call 07757781957

Dance Monday Brighton


What's on Brighton ...The Countess of Brighton and Hackney launches her new bring your own booze bar to benefit Asperger's charities.


Brighton's only bring your own booze venue is launched this Friday at Goddamn Media.
The Goddamn Bar with be open every Friday from 10pm until 2am and is only £5 entry.

Members and Trans people get in free and 10% of the juice bar takings will go to Asperger awareness charities.

Adult bar with under 25s by special permission. Groups welcome.

If you have involvement with people with Asperger's please get in touch to discuss active waves of aiding people with this gift.

Here is the Facebook page....please like and share.

Goddamn Bar

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