Neighbour Pop Up Cafe

A huge thank you to all those who played a part in our Know My Neighbour Pop-Up Cafe – it was a wonderful week of amazing music; sharing stories; good food and coffee; and of course lots of different people meeting together and getting to know their neighbours.

If you came along to the cafe and have any stories you would like to share please do let us know..

Come along to our pop up cafe 21st – 27th May, part of Brighton Fringe Festival. A week of free activities and performances to encourage neighbourliness in our city. Bring your neighbour to receive a free coffee! One Church Brighton, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA.

For other Know My Neighbour Week events that are happening across the city please see Know My Neighbour week

Please note access to the building is via steps. For other events across the city please see Neighbour Week.


11am – 1pm Craft Workshop for Everyone

2pm Self Managed Learning Workshop

4pm Astra Forward – Music


11am – 7pm LUX Cafe – Healthy and delicious drinks served alongside live music.


12.00pm Rattle Tales – Short stories

1pm An Dha – Musicpop up cafe launch backpop up cafe launch front

2pm The Iliad – Literature & Spoken Word

4pm – Drama Workshop for children

6.30pm Know My Neighbour Week Launch

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12pm An Dha – Music

1pm The Iliad – Spoken Word

2pm Hop 50+ Quiz for Everyone

4pm Expression Sessions


10.30am JustLife Cafe

1pm Wellbeing in the City – Mind

1pm Mark Ridout – Music

4pm Brighton College Musical Performance

5.30pm Pub Crawl Poets

7pm Share Your Story


The Gorilla Kitchen Pizza  A mobile pizzeria serving authentic Italian pizzapizza-1-1326545

12pm Now I Feel Safe – Drama

1pm Drama Workshop

4.30pm Eye Contact

6pm Rita Tam – Music

7.30pm Syrian Love Story Film


Real Junk Food Cafe – providing delicious food from food destined for the bin

11am-12.30pm Caroline Lucas Roving Surgery

12.30pm African Acoustics

3pm Sing for Better Health

Bring your neighbour to be entertained, connect with others and all whilst drinking the best coffee in Brighton.

Artist’s in Residence

Tristan Bristow the brilliant artist that kindly donated part of his The Streets Of Brighton print to the Know My Neighbour logo will also be displaying his full The Streets Of Brighton print.

Natalia Stevenson-Oake has been the artist-in-residence at the One Church over the past 12 weeks creating her new piece for the Brighton Fringe Festival called “Narcolepsie”.

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