Brighton Festival 2019Public booking opens: Fri 24 Feb, 9am

British Sign Language interpreted & intergrated performances

Please confirm when booking if you require this service, so that we can reserve you an appropriate seat with a good view of the interpreter.

Some Small Isle
Sun 5 May, 7.30pm
Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff, Zena Edwards, Sharmaine Lovegrove & Roger Robinson discuss how Black people document their histories and how they respond to injustice as artists – whether beautifully or brutally

The Nature of Why
Mon 6 May, 6pm & 8.30pm (Integrated BSL)
This boundary-breaking, immersive experience rejects the formal conventions of orchestral performance

Without Walls
Sat 11 May, 11am–8pm (Performances from 3.30pm onwards will be BSL interpreted)
Bring your friends and family and head outdoors for a free afternoon of inventive performances with lots for all ages

My Left Right Foot: The Musical
Tue 14 May - Sat 18 May (Integrated BSL)
Irreverent, uplifting and provocative, this is a must-see for lovers of humorous musicals, from Birds of Paradise and National Theatre of Scotland

Séancers
Fri 17 May, 8pm

Performance artist Jaamil Olawale Kosoko conjours themes of paranormal activity, loss and resurrection as he explores black identities in a piece that brings together movement, song, spoken word and a live score

Anthony Horowitz
Sun 19 May, 2pm, Ages 8–12
One of the country’s most prolific writers leads a lively talk about the inspirations and passions behind his phenomenally successful Alex Rider series

BOYS
Sat 25 May, 7.30pm
Celebrating male tenderness, silliness, vulnerability and community with a cast of young men of colour from England, BOYS is an unscripted physical performance that joyfully explores what makes a man

Another Star to Steer By
Sun 26 May, 11am, Age 6+
An exciting storytelling show for primary children - join Maya on a magical journey as she sets sail on a voyage full of sea-soaked folktales, discovers fabulous creatures, meets legends of far-flung oceans, and begins searching for her own story out on the rolling waves.


Access Enquiries

Get in touch to book tickets for these events, please call our ticket office on 01273 709709 or email tickets@brightondome.org

If you have a specific access enquiry please feel free to get in touch, you can call us on 01273 261541/525 or email access@brightonfestival.org