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Children's Parade

Brighton Festival 2015 soars to a close

26 May 2015

Brighton Festival 2015 - with award-wining author Ali Smith at the helm as Guest Director - came to a soaring conclusion this weekend.Over the three-week Festival - the biggest and most established in England - many of Ali Smith’s ideas, interests and passions were explored in a thrilling selection of events which spanned…
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Peacock Poetry Prize

Peacock Poetry Prize winners announced

23 May 2015

The winners of the Peacock Poetry Prize 2015 - an annual creative writing competition produced by Brighton Festival and Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC) - have been announced.The annual creative writing competition, produced by Brighton Festival and Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College…
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Joey Arias at Brighton Festival 2015

In Photos: Brighton Festival Week Three

23 May 2015

Wow - what a month we have had! We've enjoyed every second of Brighton Festival 2015 and we hope you had a blast too. This past week, we've had outdoor spectaculars, dreamlike circus, ventriloquism, incredible music and much more. Explore the happenings of week three by clicking the photos below... (function(d, s, id)…
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Have you spotted our birds flying across windows?

21 May 2015

They get around, our yellow birds. You may have seen them swooping and diving across some of the windows of local businesses. Some of these shops/bars/cafes/restaurants have been taking part in our Big Bird Trail and some are just getting into the Festival spirit. We'd like to say thank you to the following…
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Brighton Festival 2015

Brighton Festival and Sussex Uni Film Project

21 May 2015

In the last few months it has been a pleasure to work with Sussex University students, as they've worked to create a short promotional clip for Brighton Festival 2015. In the run up to the Festival, we were delighted to showcase this fantastic, animated, promotional clip for our 26 Letters programme of children's literature…
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