Brighton Festival news: Elephant and Castle

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The first time my wife and I shared a bed I told her, ‘I want to get in a wardrobe and take you to Elephant and Castle.’ I was asleep. Do people tell the truth when they talk in their sleep? Could anyone be on the verge of admitting some dark desire, or telling the person beside them what they really think?


That’s the dangerous premise behind Elephant & Castle, the result of three years of Tom Adams’ recorded sleep-talk. With original songs performed live by Adams and Henley, this is a tender, funny and entirely unique gig theatre show about the joy and terror of talking in your sleep.

By Tom Adams & Lillian Henley

‘A tightly, freshly executed, bijou musical about Adams’ parasomnia. Henley’s extraordinary voice and the pair’s distinctive, appealing onstage chemistry make this show’ ⋆⋆⋆⋆ The Stage


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Visit Photoworks and Project Art Works Phoenix Brighton and see Anna Farley's commission for In Focus, reflecting on her experiences as a neurodiverse artist and spanning photography, installation and sculpture. 

The exhibition also includes an immersive space and series of new lens based works, created by participants from Grace Eyre Foundation, Ambito Care and St Nicholas Centre, working with artists Alejandra Carles-Tolra, Bill Leslie and Lynn Weddle. Find out more: https://bit.ly/2oBFdIV
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