Brighton Festival 2018Public booking opens: Fri 24 Feb, 9am

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Sat 5 - Sun 27 May
Beach Level by the i360

This joyful, provocative intervention will unleash your inner child

Corita Kent

Sat 5 - Sun 27 May
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft

The ground-breaking work of Corita Kent comes to Ditchling Museum...

Brett Goodroad

Sat 5 - Sun 27 May
Phoenix Gallery

Exhibition from the San Francisco-based artist

Belonging: Morag Myerscough

Sat 5 - Sun 27 May

Celebrating the spirit of seminal 1960s Los Angeles artist Corita Kent

Adopt an Author

Sat 5 - Sun 27 May

Linking local classes with children’s authors

Snigel & Friends

Fri 25 - Sun 27 May
Brighton Dome Founders Room

An inviting new work for children aged 0 - 12 months and their adult

Your Place

Sat 26 - Sun 27 May

Your Place returns, following its wonderful success in 2017

I Wish I Was A Mountain

Sat 26 - Sun 27 May
Brighthelm Centre

Based on Faldum, a Fairy Tale by Herman Hesse, adapted by Toby Thompson

A Weekend Without Walls - Beach level by the i360

Sun 27 May
Beach Level by the i360

A free afternoon of inventive performances

Life Model II

Sat 14 Apr - Mon 28 May

Life Model II plays on the age-old tradition of life drawing classes...


Wed 9 - Sun 27 May
ONCA Gallery

Movement, spoken word, rap and striking visual imagery collide

Creation (Pictures for Dorian)

Wed 23 - Sun 27 May
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts

The arts collective who enjoy a cult-like following bring their new show

Belshazzar’s Feast

Sun 27 May
Brighton Dome Concert Hall

The great Brighton Festival Chorus celebrates its 50th anniversary with a performance…

Andy Hamilton

Sun 27 May
Theatre Royal Brighton

The comedy performer Andy Hamilton will teach you how to cope with change

The Cult of Water

Sat 26 - Sun 27 May
Brighthelm Centre

Join ‘a masterful storyteller’ in exploring the secrets of our waterways...

Gilbert and George

Sat 28 Apr - Sun 2 Sep
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Gilbert & George are a Turner Prize-winning artist partnership