Brighton NightWriters

Latest info:  

WEDNESDAY at 7.30pm.  

Our next meeting is on WEDNESDAY
The café’s address is:  44 George Street, Kemptown BN2 1RJ
(George Street runs between St. James’s Street and Edward Street, near Old Steine)
Click HERE to find out more about this wonderful café ! 

BRIGHTON NIGHTWRITERS is a creative writing group that meets once a week to read and discuss members’ work in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.  We have been meeting continuously since 1988.

Some members are published, some just write for pleasure and some are new to creative writing. Not everyone attends every week, but – whatever our age or walk of life – we all enjoy sharing our stories, poetry and plays with others.

Brighton NightWriters meets in SPEAKERS’ CORNER café, 44 George Street, Kemptown  every Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Directions to SPEAKERS’ CORNER : Go down St. James’ Street from the Old Steine. George Street is second on the left, and Speakers’ Corner is about half-way along on the right.

To contact Brighton NightWriters just come along to one of our weekly meetings or phone Tim Shelton-Jones on 01273 505642 or email

Thanks to all who were able to make it to the launch of Kathie’s The Crystal Horse at the Royal Albion hotel on 25th April. I think all will agree that the evening went off really well, with plenty to enjoy in the way of Kathie’s readings, plus spoken word entertainment from Debbie and from Gus Watcham, and some really captivating music from Sweet and Lowdown (who are part of the Cascade charity, see or visit their Baker Street coffee shop).   See here for pictures.



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