Brighton Festival is the UK’s leading annual celebration of the arts, with events taking place in venues both familiar and unusual across Brighton & Hove for three weeks every May.
This year, the Festival boasts an eclectic line-up spanning music, theatre, dance, visual art, film, comedy, debate and spoken word, with acclaimed recording artist, poet, playwright and novelist Kate Tempest serving as Guest Director.
Enter this competition by entering your details below for a chance to win a fantastic break for two over the opening weekend of Brighton Festival (Sat 6 – Sun 7 May).
The prize package includes:
• An overnight stay for two at My Brighton on Sat 6 May with complimentary continental breakfast. Step inside and the striking interior by New York designer Karim Rashid combines perfectly with the unmistakable vibe of local Brighton creatives. Located in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine district, this is the perfect base from which to explore the city and all it has to offer.
• A free lunch for two with a bottle of wine on Sat 6 May at the exclusive vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre, Brighton's iconic acclaimed restaurant where vegetarianism is more about indulgence than abstinence.
• A pair of tickets to the following Brighton Festival events:
Sat 6 May
6.30pm: Kate Tempest’s exclusive opening gig at Brighton Dome
As the Guest Director of Brighton Festival 2017, it is only fitting that Kate Tempest should take to the stage on the very first evening. Join us for an early evening special full of music and spoken word to open your minds and grant you an insight into Brighton Festival, Tempest-style.
10.20pm: The hotly anticipated Brighton Festival exclusive, For the Birds at a secret woodland location
An intricate light, sound and kinetic sculpture trail, experienced as an enchanting night-time adventure through the Sussex woodland inspired by the world of birds.
Sun 7 May
2.30pm Lynette Wallworth’s thought-provoking Collisions at Lighthouse
An intimate, virtual reality film experience by acclaimed Australian artist and director Lynette Wallworth which puts audiences directly into the life-changing moment when indigenous Martu Elder Nyarri Nyarri Morgan a witnessed an atomic test – his first encounter with Western culture.
Find out more about these and other events in this year’s Brighton Festival programme at brightonfestival.org
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