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Children and Family
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Adopt an Author

This exciting project to promote literacy and writing sees primary schools across Brighton & Hove linking with authors in eight weeks of creative…

27 Apr 2020
Children and Family
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Children’s Parade

Children's Parade at HomeSat 2 May 2020, 10.30am for 5 minutesAll of us at Brighton Festival, and our artists at Same Sky were so sad to cancel this year’s…

22 Apr 2020
Children and Family
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HALO Family Drop-in Workshop

Innovative art workshop leaders Leap Then Look invite families with children of all ages (recommended age 5 and up) to drop-in and take part in a hands-on…

17 Feb 2020
Visual Arts and Film
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Semiconductor in conversation with Ariane Koek

A chance to hear the Brighton based internationally acclaimed artists Semiconductor discuss their creative practice with Ariane Koek, founder of Arts…

17 Feb 2020
Visual Arts and Film
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Hic Sunt Leones - Hunting for New Physics at the Large Hadron Collider

Professor of Physics at the University of Sussex Antonella De Santo gives a talk about the science behind HALO.Book HereThe Large Hadron Collider (or…

17 Feb 2020
Visual Arts and Film
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Artists Working with Data

Presented by DRIVA Arts DRIVA, panel members include Mónica Bello (Head of Arts at CERN), artists Semiconductor and Dr Mark Sutton (CERN physicist and…

16 Feb 2020
Visual Arts and Film
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HALO Workshop

Join in with this creative workshop with innovative art educators Leap Then Look as they respond to Semiconductor’s HALO. Young people are invited…

12 Feb 2020
Children and Family
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Children Who Changed the World With Marcia Williams

It’s time to celebrate all the incredible children who’ve changed the world! Join master storyteller and illustrator, Marcia Williams for this fun and…

10 Feb 2020
Books and Debate
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Adopt A Nation

Adoption is as old as time. All cultures have been forming non-biological families as long as we’ve been making biological ones. Yet adoption can still…

10 Feb 2020
Contemporary Music
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Mulatu Astatke

Few musicians can claim to have kickstarted a whole genre, but Mulatu Astatke can rightly be called the father of Ethio-jazz, a fusion of traditional…

10 Feb 2020
Classical Music
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Brighton Festival Youth Choir

Directed by Juliette PochinSam Barton PianoEarth, Wind and Fire is a collection of choral works and songs reflecting on nature and the natural world.…

10 Feb 2020
Classical Music
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Brighton Youth Orchestra

Soloist Laura van der HeijdenConductor Andrew SherwoodCellist Laura van der Heijden, winner of the 2012 BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition, joins…

10 Feb 2020
Spoken Word
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Take 5

In the world of music and theatre, take five is universally understood to mean take a break: pause, reflect, reset, breathe... Given the theatre of our…

10 Feb 2020
Dance and Circus
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The Forecast

As the only dyke in the dance class, Amy finds new moves for a more radical notion of femininity. On a witty journey of transformation and becoming, she…

10 Feb 2020
Contemporary Music
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Samuel Yirga

Young Ethiopian pianist and composer Samuel Yirga comes to take Brighton by storm with his thought-provoking exploration of Ethiopian music fused with…

10 Feb 2020
Contemporary Music
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Damir Imamovic

Sevdah has been played in the Balkans in one form or another since at least the 15th century - its melancholy and lyrical style, and preoccupations with…

10 Feb 2020
Classical Music
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In C by the Sea

To coincide with Terry Riley’s 85th birthday and Kronos Quartet's performance at Brighton Festival, young musicians from Brighton & Hove Music…

10 Feb 2020
Contemporary Music
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Baby Bushka

The magic and music of Kate Bush is brought to you by this 8-women ensemble. Following their sold-out debut tour, Baby Bushka perform a ‘wonderfully bewitching’…

7 Feb 2020