News from the Festival
Brighton Festival looks forward to 2022 following its safe and successful return
Brighton Festival made a triumphant return in 2021 as the first multi-arts festival in the UK to open after the coronavirus pandemic caused cancellations…
Brighton Festival Supports a New Public Artwork by Brazilian artist Alexandre Da Cunha
Brighton Festival is pleased to support Brighton CCA's annual Summer Commission 2021 as part of our commitment to bringing artists’ work to the city.
It’s A Wrap!
Against all the odds we delivered a safe, responsible and fun Festival that we hoped you loved just as much as we did.
Review: Live is Alive!
Brighton University student, Cassie Murphy reviewed our latest Live is Alive! gig on Fri 21 May at Brighton Dome
Review: Brighton Festival Ditchling Museum Music Trail
Brighton Festival attendee Max Crisfield reviews his exploration of the South Downs on our unique nature trail
5 Minutes with Octopus Energy Community Ambassador Renata Noronha
We speak to Renata Noronha, People Power Community Ambassador at Octopus Energy about their involvement in Brighton Festival and their People Power scheme. As…
5 Minutes With Christopher Green
We talk to Christopher Green, star and creator of Ida Barr’s Caring Care Home Tour and find out more about their latest work.
5 minutes with the creators of The Informals II, Polina Medvedeva and Andreas Kühne
Film and sound artists Polina Medvedeva and Andreas Kühne have created immersive multi-channel audio-visual installation The Informals II, we catch up…
Enjoy Live Music from the Comfort of Home with Brighton Festival
Whether you missed out on in-person tickets or prefer to watch at home, you can enjoy classical and contemporary music performances livestreamed direct…
5 Minutes with Brighton College Nursery & Pre-Prep
Brighton College Nursery & Pre-Prep is supporting Michael Rosen’s Brighton Birthday and Jacqueline Wilson as part of our Literature programme…
5 Minutes With the Co-Director and Artists From the Exchange
The Exchange is an exciting new collaboration between internationally acclaimed artists and young people in Brighton & Hove.
5 Minutes with Violinist Roberto Ruisi
We catch up with violinist Roberto Ruisi, who will be with us on Mon 17 May with pianist Ljubica Stojanovic, performing music by Debussy and Beethoven’s…
5 Minutes with Le Gateau Chocolat
The opera occasional black bearded diva comes to Brighton Dome after a year in absentia with this one-night-only treat - Liminal. We spent some time with…
5 Minutes with Chineke! Chamber Ensemble’s Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE
‘Celebratory, inclusive, exciting.’ That is what Chi-chi Nwanoku OBE, Founder, Artistic & Executive Director of the Chineke! Foundation and ensemble performer…
5 Minutes with Southern Water's CEO Ian McAulay
A long-standing supporter of Brighton Festival, Southern Water are generously supporting the community-led events Our Place and the Children's Parade,…
5 Minutes with Composer Ed Hughes
Explore the South Downs This Spring on an Audio Walking Trail
Add your stories to Lemn Sissay’s storytelling website
Our Guest Director, Lemn Sissay MBE, has just launched Tell Me Something About Family, a new storytelling website created with Brighton Festival 2021.…