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4-26 May 2019
Award-winning Malian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rokia Traoré named as the eleventh Brighton Festival Guest Director
Brighton Festival and Glyndebourne are bringing together an intergenerational chorus of women and children for a new choral work in Brighton Festival 2019.
Brighton Festival’s Your Place - two weekends of free entertainment in Hangleton and Knoll and East Brighton, in partnership with Brighton People’s Theatre and community steering groups – returns next May 2019. Artists and performers are invited…
Read our interview with Malian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rokia Traoré with our quick round-up
Spend a few minutes getting to know our 2019 Guest Director
We're delighted to announce that the theme for the 2019 Children’s Parade, which will take place on Sat 4 May, is Folk Tales from around the world
Thank you so much for helping to make Brighton Festival 2018. Below are just a few of our favourite photos from the past three weeks.
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We have a cornucopia of great interviews, previews and reviews to stream from our media partners BBC Sussex and Radio Reverb, so we thought we'd round up a selection for you!
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