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Brighton Festival: May 5 – 27, 2018

For the Birds © Nicola Easterby

Brighton Festival

Brighton Festival is the largest annual, curated multi-arts festival in England, with over 150 events spanning all artforms across three weeks. More info at http://brightonfestival.org/.

The faces of theatre past, present and yet to come are brought together in this unforgettable new work by British-German collective Gob Squad. A devised...

It’s hard to imagine a better evocation of frayed nerves than Ligeti’s String Quartet No 2. This modern chamber classic starts with a violent...

Peter Pan – Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London The Open Air Theatre’s summer season begins with a revival of Timothy Sheader’s 2015 production, to mark...

Comprised of the People Show alumni and based in Lewes, Slot Machine Theatre have a reputation for inventive and inclusive family theatre. Their shows...

There are some genuinely thrilling moments in No Fit State Circus’ new show, Lexicon. Proper heart-in-mouth stuff, including a fire juggling sequence from the...

The festival season is upon us. The Brighton Festival is blooming on the south coast, Mayfest starts shortly in Bristol with a great line-up,...

Outdoor touring company Without Walls has announced 13 new commissions following an open call. These include a national tour to UK festivals of Rosie Kay...

Brighton Festival has announced visual artist David Shrigley as its 2018 guest director. The multi-arts festival has also revealed part of its 2018 programme, which...

In summer, the arts take on a different complexion. Instead of a way of life, they become a destination, with cities and venues up...
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