Established in Brighton 2011 'Thomas Rainsford' has fast become Brightons' leading picture framers. We work closely with our clients to develop unique and innovative design solutions for each piece of artwork whether it is a personal piece for your home or to present the artwork for an interior project, art exhibition or commission work.
There is a wide range of framing options to choose from and each frame can be uniquely customised. Here at Thomas Rainsford we take great pride in our work, framing to the highest standards using museum grade materials where necessary and offering water-white and U.V protective glazing options. We love to tailor our frames creating unique finishes with varying styles using a variety of gesso's, wood dyes, and paints we can come up with an unlimited choice of colour, texture, and finish.
Every element of the frame will be discussed ensuring that your artwork will be safely housed and beautifully presented, fitting seamlessly into the environment where it is to be displayed.
We are always ready for a challenge, if the piece is unusual come and see us at the workshop and we will work with you on finding a bespoke framing solution.
Please call or email us for details on the next starting dates for each new course.
Total cost £60.
Special Offer - Bring a friend and get both places for £50 each.
Introduction to burlesque. Learning the basic bump and grind steps. Learn the tease factor – how to take off a glove and a boa.
Choreography, costume, tasseling and striptease.
Hair and make up, tassel making and watching each others ‘work in progress’ shows. Group feed back on individual routines.
Performances, feedback and pub!
All the classes will be held in Kemp Town, Brighton.
Alternatively, if you would prefer to book me privately for burlesque taster sessions, lap dancing classes, pole classes etc, please let me know and I’ll forward the relevant details. I can also tailor courses to suit you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Miss Utopia Blossom
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"Let’s stop acting like women who choose to be feminine are somehow colluders, betraying the movement, bamboozled into thinking that they want to be feminine. Let’s stop denying women their own autonomy by telling them that their expressions of femininity are bad and wrong.
Antifemininity is misogynist. What you are saying when you engage in this type of rhetoric is that you think things traditionally associated with women are wrong. Which is misogynist. By telling feminine women that they don’t belong in the feminist movement, you are reinforcing the idea that to be feminine and a woman is wrong, that women who want to be taken seriously need to be more masculine, because most people view gender presentation in binary ways. This rewards the ‘one of the boys’ type rhetoric I encounter all over the place from self-avowed feminists who seem to think that bashing on women is a good way to prove how serious they are when it comes to caring about women and bringing men into the feminist movement.”
- Get Your Anti-Femininity Out Of My Feminism, S.E. Smit
Proud Cabaret Brighton. Modelled on a 1920's Speakeasy Club, the venue offers fine dining and entertainment in a beautiful listed building, with a hand painted dome ceiling reminiscent of the illicit glamour of a bygone era.
Volk's Electric Railway is a narrow gauge heritage railway that runs along a length of the seafront of the English seaside resort of Brighton. It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883, and is the oldest operating electric railway in the world. Although it was preceded by Werner von Siemens's 1879 demonstration line in Berlin and by the Gross-Lichterfelde Tramway of 1881, neither line is still operational.Operated as a historical seafront tourist attraction, the railway does not usually run during the winter months, and its service is also liable to occasional suspension due to severe weather or maintenance issues.HistoryIn 1883 Magnus Volk opened a short, electric railway running for 1/4mi between Swimming Arch and Chain Pier. Electrical power at 50 V DC was supplied to the small car using the two running rails. In 1884 the line was extended a further 1/2mile beyond the Chain Pier to Paston Place, and regauged to. The electrical supply was increased to 160 V DC and the power plant was installed in the arch built into the cliff face at Paston Place. In 1886 an off-set third rail was added to minimise current leakage.
We are a gallery in the famous Artist Quarter on Brighton seafront, selling unique original Artwork. Specialising in bold, warm colours, we aim to banish the beige in any home.
Our Artists focus on light and colour and any Artwork you may choose should remind you of those precious days lazing in the sun and give you the tonic that Dr Brighton once prescribed in a building that stood where our gallery now is...!!
Caricature Shack is situated on Brighton Pier, Jon-Paul provides live drawings from the shop as well as prints and other cartoon/illustration
products. Jon-Paul is also available to book for live event entertainment.
Sophisticated and vibrant, relaxed friendly bar by evening and then a late night bar into the early hours, perfectly complimenting
The Basement Club below Legends. Once the club opens, club customers have access to to both floors of the venue.
Looking pretty awful? Need to beat that face? There's only one place you need to go, and the service will do it for you.
The Powder Room welcomes street urchins from all across town to partake and par-tay in a shockingly shameless yet deliciously trashy night.
Inviting performers and punters alike, expect ridiculous displays and sounds that demand you dance like you're on a pole earning for it.
Expect trashglam pop, indie electro and all sorts of filth to get you moving, all supplied by DJ Fifilicious
EXPECT TO HEAR:
Peaches // CSS // Iggy Azalea // MIA // Rupaul // Lil Kim // No Doubt // Frankmusik //Daft Punk // Beyonce // Metronomy // Charlie XCX // Basement Jaxx // Fischerspooner // Le Tigre // Scissor Sisters // Hurts // Tiesto // Gossip // Amanda LePore // Hi-Fashion // La Roux // Robyn // RPDR Girls // Madonna // Grace Jones // FKA Twigs // Fergie // David Bowie // Nicki Minaj // Disclosure
and many, many more ;)
BJJ Fight Camp is a home-grown organisation, run by dedicated Jiu-Jitsu players. Our goal is to gather the greatest coaches in the sport, assemble them in the same place and allow BJJ fanatics like ourselves to benefit from their knowledge and expertise. In 2016 we will be running an event in Brighton from 2-4 September and an event in Lilleshall (near Newport) from 9-11 December. Coaches at our events this year include Braulio Estima, Victor Estima, Lucio "Lagarto" Rodrigues, Dan Strauss and Dani Vlad.Please go to www.bjjfightcamp.co.uk for more information and bookings.