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Y–Squared

Thu 26 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

A programme demonstrating the wide-reaching artistry of the imaginative duo

The Last Resort

Sat 7 - Sun 29 May
Portslade Beach

For those brave enough to return to a long deserted resort...

The EU Referendum

Thu 26 May
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

Debating the EU exit and pro-Europe campaigns as they gather momentum

Marlon James

Thu 26 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Join us for an evening with 2015 Man Booker Prizewinner Marlon James

Akram Khan Company: Until The Lions

Thu 26 - Fri 27 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

One of the most respected figures in the dance world, Akram Khan returns to…

Trio Isimsiz

Fri 27 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Music of power and substance from the prize-winning Trio Isimsiz

Past Historic, Future Perfect: New Buildings in Historic Settings

Fri 27 May
Brighton College

How should we approach designing new buildings and adapting old ones?

Mark Haddon

Fri 27 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

The author reads from his new collection of short stories

Alexei Sayle

Fri 27 May
Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

Chronicles of a time when comedy and politics collided

Catapluf’s Musical Journey

Sat 28 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Catapluf just can’t stay away after last year’s sell-out success!

Murder Mysteries and Bun Breaks

Sat 28 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Discuss the witty and intriguing whodunnits set in a girls’ boarding school

Philharmonia Orchestra

Sat 28 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Art Malik narrates a special concert marrying traditions of East and West

Debashish Bhattacharya

Sat 28 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

One of the great artists of world music plays a traditional raga concert

Derek Landy

Sun 29 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Action-packed, loaded with razor-sharp wit, guaranteed to set pulses racing

City Reads 2016: Paul McVeigh

Sun 29 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

People across the city have been reading Paul McVeigh’s astonishing debut

Edward Marshall Hall: A Law Unto Himself

Sun 29 May
Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

Discussing one of the most famous advocates of all time

Penny Arcade

Sun 29 May
Theatre Royal Brighton

Force of nature and New York’s undisputed queen of the underground