Can’t wait for Brighton Festival 2020? Hear about the history of the Festival before it kicks off next May. On Fri 24 Apr, find out how a street party for 7000 residents in 1814 became the celebration it is today, as local writer and former Festival Director Philip Morgan discusses some of the highlights over the past 53 years. ... See MoreSee Less
This special talk will take an in-depth look at the history of Brighton Festival. From the Summer of Peace in 1814 when the end of the Napoleonic wars was celebrated with a street party for 7&c...
For the third year running, we’ve been working in partnership with Brighton People's Theatre, Due East, Hangleton and Knoll Project, and the community steering committee to enable local residents to make their vision come to life. This year the communities have taken control of the event.
Here's a little taste of what happened at Our Place at Brighton Festival earlier this year. Thank you to everyone who came and those involved! ... See MoreSee Less