A series of occurrences, simultaneous happenings/events/scores.

Every Night About This Time is a series of thirteen works, occurrences, simultaneous happenings/events/scores, that take place in Whitstable and different parts of the world, over the period of the Whitsable Biennale. A disparate orchestra, a fragmented composition, a concert of ideas.

The series threads through the festival, starting at 7.30am on 19th June in the Sahara Desert with Inside this desert lies the tiniest grain of sand, and finishing with History of Darkness from 8pm on 4th July in the Coastguard's Lookout in Whitstable, with one thousand images of darkness from distant points in the universe projected through the night.