7-29 May 2016
For those brave enough to return to a long deserted resort...
Will asks Father Christmas for a space ship, but he gets a piano instead. As…
One of the world’s great orchestras makes a long awaited return to Brighton
The final film of the great Belgian film-maker Chantal Akerman
A discussion with Guardian Book Club host John Mullan about his new novel
Ann Murray brings her magisterial artistry to the role of Dido
A delightfully varied programme featuring work by Mozart, Einaudi and more
A vivid cornucopia of musical periods, moods and foreign lands
Former Greek finance minister and campaigner against austerity
The Alke Quartet captures the many moods of the string quartet
Master storyteller who created some of the most brilliant children's books
A fusion of silent film and live music inspired by our vibrant city
A talk about her dark, witty and dystopian new novel, The Mandibles
One of the world's most celebrated dance companies returns
Is there a recipe that will make our stories taste even better?
A unique insight into the exciting world of television presenting
Expect joining in, drawing, and helping make a gigantic sandwich yourself!
Kate Summerscale returns to a murder scene in her new book, The Wicked Boy
A discussion pondering the meaning of ‘home’ to undercover operatives
Migration, belonging and the fleeting nature of what surrounds us