Sunday Assembly Brighton


Sunday 8th May 2.00 – 3.45 pm

The Spiegeltent on Old Steine Gardens (near Brighton Pier) 

Come to celebrate life with Sunday Assembly Brighton at our Spiegeltent Special on the theme of togetherness, including a foot-stomping singalong from The Choir with No Name, a lesson in communal song creation with the amazing Jessie Maryon-Davies and some uplifting reflections on the power of working together from the brilliant Steve Chapman – artist, writer and speaker on creativity and the human condition.

Too many superlatives? That’s because it’s gonna be freakin’ awesome!!!

Our annual Spiegeltent Special is back with a boom on Sunday 8th May after a two-year hiatus during the pandemic, running from 2.00pm-3.45pm in the amazing Spiegeltent on Old Steine Gardens (near Brighton Pier) as part of the opening weekend of this year’s Brighton Fringe Festival.

We’ve even got free cake immediately after the show, so you can stay to chat with your fellow audience members and learn more about the Sunday Assembly Brighton community.

Entry is free but you will need to get a ticket from Brighton Fringe, which may come with a small booking fee.

This special event usually gets fully booked beforehand so please reserve your tickets ASAP at:

Please note that booking a ticket for this event does not guarantee entry this year. As a free event, we issue slightly more tickets than the maximum capacity of the venue, to allow for a small proportion of non-attendees on the day – but past experience indicates that there should be ample space for everyone that comes along.

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 in The Lanes, except for May’s epic Spiegeltent outing 🙂