Brighton Festival 2020Public booking opens: Wed 19 Feb, 9am

Laurie Anderson

Renowned for her inventive use of technology - from her 1981 hit O Superman to her appointment as NASA’s first artist-in-residence - Laurie Anderson is one of America’s most daring creative pioneers. Her eclectic, multidisciplinary career has spanned the worlds of art, theatre and experimental music and has seen her create works as a writer, director, visual artist and vocalist.

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World Premiere
Brighton Festival Exclusive

‘Slideshow is a collection of adventure stories about love, cities, diners, Mars, how we see, living by rivers, Dollywood, my home town and many other places along the way.’ Laurie Anderson

One of America’s most daring creative pioneers, Laurie Anderson’s groundbreaking body of work spans the five decades that Brighton Festival has existed, and straddles the worlds of art, theatre, film and experimental music.

In the second of two exclusive performances for Brighton Festival, Laurie Anderson presents Slideshow, a specially created performance monologue about place and places.

Art & Film
Wed 18 May, 7.30pm
£10, £15, £18.50, £22.50
Under 26s £15, Festival standby £10

Joint ticket with Song Conversation:
£15, £22.50, £30, £37.50,
Under 26s £22.50

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