7-29 May 2016
Unfortunately this event has had to be postponed
A collaborative work which captures a
snapshot of 'views' from windows
A series of beautiful LED light-drawings at locations across the city
Music of power and substance from the prize-winning Trio Isimsiz
Immersive installations, ambient soundscapes and theatrical interludes
For those brave enough to return to a long deserted resort...
Meet the cast of 'The Two Gentlemen of Verona'.
Explore the ethics of surveillance in this new immersive theatre piece
This riotous new production is led by a joyful ensemble of players
One of the most respected figures in the dance world, Akram Khan returns to…
How should we approach designing new buildings and adapting old ones?
A new show inspired by the strange life and lonely
death of Ernest Boulton
The author reads from his new collection of short stories
Beth Orton returns to the UK for two shows at Brighton Festival
Chronicles of a time when comedy and
New Writing South will be throwing open its doors to get people writing about…
Three films examining society's attitudes to
Installation that argues the internet has become a
disruptive super weapon
An outdoor sound installation, inspired by experience of life on the street
Walk vicariously down memory lane with memories of
Brighton & Hove life
What will Brighton look like in 50 years?
Local artist Bec Britain decorates the clock tower with a 1960’s inspired…
A film and 3D surround-sound installation inspiring us to acknowledge death
Enter the Masquerade Ball, a world of anonymity and duplicity
The pure pleasure of taking a little longer over the reading of a book
Pop-up letterpress studio housed in a replica London Underground Tube tent
Overnight, a strange portal emerges in Brighton...
Catapluf just can’t stay away after last year’s sell-out success!
For visually impaired patrons to access the stage and set before an even
Discuss the witty and intriguing whodunnits set in a girls’ boarding school
Art Malik narrates a special concert marrying traditions of East and West
Lola Arias returns with new work about the Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas
One of the great artists of world music plays a traditional raga concert
For visually impaired patrons to access the stage and set before an event
Unfortunately due to illness Derek has had to cancel his event
People across the city have been reading Paul McVeigh’s astonishing debut
We bring the week to a close by laying a wreath at the Indian Gate
A rare screening of a cult classic
Discussing one of the most famous advocates of all time
Force of nature and New York’s undisputed queen of the underground
Dance music trailblazer Sam Shepherd performs with a full live band