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

Highly visual events

Highly visual performances are those that are particularly enjoyable without the need for hearing. We have highlighted the following performances as having few or no words. You can also look at our listings for dance art & film for events with a high level of visual content.

Current Affairs
Thu 18 Apr
Mon 27 May
Incredibly beautiful, yet politically charged, Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey’s large-scale Afrogallonism pieces are meticulously fashioned from discarded 20–25 litre yellow jerry cans

Distorted Constellations
Sat 4
Sun 19 May
An exhibition inspired by artist Nwando Ebizie’s rare neurological disorder, Visual Snow, and research into the neuroscience of perception and drawing on rituals of African origin

Iron Men
Sat 4
Sun 26 May
Photographer King Massassy’s vibrant portraits of Bamako’s iron workers. His work is a mix of the staged and the spontaneous, inviting the viewer to take a renewed look at the world

Curiouser
Fri 10
Mon 13 May, Ages 3–6
Incorporating animated hand-drawn projection, dance, sound, text and digital objects, Curiouser immerses you in an intimate yet spectacular experience

Museum of the Moon
Fri 17
Mon 20 May
A model of the moon, seven metres in diameter, will hang in the lush Queens Park, featuring mind-boggling detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface


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