Sunday 3rd April, 2021, 11.00am – 12.30pm

You are invited to join us for episode 9 of our acclaimed SAB Online series on Sunday 11th April, where we’ll be exploring the theme of ‘Imperfection’ via an almost flawless combination of brilliant speakers, poetry and science – plus live musical interludes.

Please register in advance for this event at:…/tZIoceivqjsjGtZwdimgmPW0DkLF…

Our guest speaker for April is the near-legendary Dr David Bramwell: writer, broadcaster, prankster and lifelong fan of the weird and wonderful.

David’s long-running Catalyst Club has become Brighton’s ‘go-to’ event for tales of the many & varied passions that make us human and he’ll be sharing one of his favourite stories about the World’s Worst Orchestra.

For your continued delight, we’ll also be examining the theme through rock-solid science and the medium of poetry, complemented by rousing renditions of some of the world’s best pop songs.

This last bit may be less than 100% polished, just to prove our point that perfection sucks! 🙂

In the countdown to seeing you all in person again, we’d love you to see your smiling digital faces on 11th April for an hour-and-a-bit of life-affirming fun. As usual, there will also be an optional opportunity to chat with your fellow flawed human beings, after the main proceedings via our expertly managed Zoom breakout rooms.

Attendance is FREE* but please reserve your Zoom place in advance as places may be limited……/tZIoceivqjsjGtZwdimgmPW0DkLF…——————————————————————————

* NOTE:We do have an entirely optional monthly collection to help a good cause linked to our theme. More details to be announced on the day.



The Sunday Assembly is a worldwide network of non-religious gatherings which aims to uplift and inspire through readings, talks, silent contemplation and classic pop songs.

Sunday Assembly Brighton has been running since 2013 and usually takes place on the second Sunday of every month at Middle Street School on the edge of the Brighton Lanes – but not at the moment because of this ongoing Coronavirus nonsense.