4-26 May 2019
Join iconic Swedish singer-songwriter Neneh Cherry for an evening as she shares her new album 'Broken Politics'
Celebrate the history of Brighton based record label Mr Bongo with The Skints, Moses Boyd Exodus, Hollie Cook, Jungle Brown, Mr Thing, DJ Format & Huw Bowles
Blending techniques from Indian Bharatanatyam, contemporary dance and theatre (and channelling the tension of a Grimms’ fairytale), this piece from Seeta Patel questions the distorted narratives we have come to accept as accurate history.
Europe’s first majority BME orchestra cover the roaring ‘20s
The Grammy-winning Canadian pianist and entertainer will be playing pieces from his Solo Piano album cycle, before being joined by cellist Stella Le Page and drummer Joe Flory for further hits and some hidden surprises.
Mixing graphic novel with exquisite diorama this visually stunning story follows two orphans journeying across Europe to freedom
Join Ben Okri as he reads from his new novel and discusses his adventures as a writer with Colin Grant
A multimedia experience that charts the course of mythology in one story
Malian musician and Brighton Festival Guest Director, Rokia Traore shares her highly personal sixth album
Rokia Traoré's delicate, intimate and profoundly moving musical interpretation of the age-old epic of Mandinka civilisation
Guest Director, Rokia presents emerging Malian musicians with a new take on traditional music
Kneehigh’s hilarious, shocking and modern take on the Beggar’s Opera
Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, this intimate yet spectacular show invites curious minds to look at the world from a different perspective.