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IOU Rear View, Brighton Festival review – imaginative odyssey around town – The Arts Desk


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IOU Rear View, Brighton Festival review - imaginative odyssey around town
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Yorkshire theatre company IOU have a tool in their armoury that most of their peers do not. It's an open-topped bus with tiered seating, as pictured above, built in Halifax and the only one of its type, replete with headphone sets for every seat. It is ...

Children’s parade launches Brighton Festival – ITV News


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Children’s parade launches Brighton Festival
ITV News
The children’s parade that launches the Brighton Festival is always a colourful spectacle. And all the more so this year as the thousands of school children taking part turned their imaginations to the theme of the event – famous paintings. John Ryall
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Brighton Festival 2018: David Shrigley’s rock panto is a “bag of surprises” – The Argus


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Brighton Festival 2018: David Shrigley’s rock panto is a “bag of surprises”
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It’s thanks to his role in Problem In Brighton, the musical production written and directed by festival guest director David Shrigley. The show follows Problem In Toulouse and Problem In New York, and its creator describes it as a “rock-pop pantomime

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Brighton Festival 2018: Supergroup Les Amazones d’Afrique want to “change mentalities” – The Argus


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Brighton Festival 2018: Supergroup Les Amazones d’Afrique want to “change mentalities”
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NOT many bands form with the intention of changing the world. But this, in effect, is the mission statement of Les Amazones d’Afrique, the all-female supergroup made up of celebrated African musicians. The band started life in 2014 as a three-piece

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Brighton Festival 2018: Family event Penguins shows that ‘homosexuality in wildlife is natural’ – The Argus


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Brighton Festival 2018: Family event Penguins shows that ‘homosexuality in wildlife is natural’
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Director Paul Bosco McEneaney and choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra present this family show, based on the real-life story of a pair of male penguins at Central Park Zoo – Roy and Silo – who attempted to have a baby by hatching a stone. Later, they

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