Community loops is a team of project coordinators that offer fun, accessible and intuitive activities that engage the wider community through the connectivity of electronic music making. We believe that through the connectivity of electronic music making, no matter how ‘unskilled’ or ‘unmusical’ a person may feel, they can still be included as a […]
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The Brighton Synergy Centre, located on Brighton’s West Street, is a community arts venue designed to offer affordable creative space to any organisation working towards a positive, conscious-minded, socially inclusive and environmentally friendly society. A 500 capacity venue, divided into two rooms of 350 and 150, is currently available for hire both mid-week and weekends. […]
Synergy premises licence – sign the petition to overturn the refusal. Our recent application for a premises licence so we can cross-subsidise midweek charitable activity and also host regular ‘consicous’ events for a more progressive and considerate audience than the one often found elsewhere on West Street was refused. Sign the petition calling on Brighton […]
First Stage Renovations Complete and Spaces for Hire. The initial stage of renovations is now complete, with the front venue (fomerly known as Hedkandi) and the space above it, now open to the public and available for hire. For pricing, please click here. For more images of the spaces in the Centre, please click here
For more information about the historical origins of The Synergy Centre, please take a look at the web-site of The Synergy Project, the groundbreaking ‘conscious partying’ organisation that ran a series of events in London between 2003 and 2009.
Profits from ‘The Project’ were invested into converting a disused warehouse in Camberwell, South London, in to a youth and community arts centre – the first ‘Synergy Centre’. A film we made about The Synergy Centre in Camberwell, which ran between 2005 and 2009, can be seen below.