27
May 2019
Two Brighton Festival presentations, Museum of the Moon and Ghost Caribou, are seen in a park at nightfall by Matt Rudkin By day it’s a mild-mannered, strangely blue giant sphere, but by night it...

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26
May 2019
‘You are entering an Afrofuturist, mythical landscape that explores what it’s like to see the world through someone else’s eyes.’ We are at Lighthouse, a film and multimedia centre specialising in ‘connecting new developments...

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20
May 2019
Lots to look at before the show begins… Or to put it another way, this show is part installation, part performance. There is no line drawn – both elements co-exist in this space, which...

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15
May 2019
The British Paraorchestra describes itself as ‘the world’s only large-scale ensemble for professional disabled musicians’. It works under the artistic direction of conductor Charles Hazlewood, whose mission is ‘to redefine what an orchestra can...

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13
May 2019
Rain, wind, sunshine, hailstones – and all within the hour. Ah yes, the great outdoors in the UK in May! The Without Walls programme brings a number of outdoor arts commissions and other shows...

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