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Brighton Festival news: Varhung: Heart to Heart by Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival

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Brighton Festival news: Varhung: Heart to Heart by Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival

Latest update from Brighton Festival:

Live stream happening now – Varhung: Heart to Heart, a performance from indigenous dance-theatre company 蒂摩爾古薪舞集 Tjimur Dance Theatre


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21 hours ago

Brighton Festival

If you missed out on Walter & Zoniel’s live walking tour of their public artworks in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean, you can tune in here 👇

Check out the online exhibition here: asimpleactofwonder.fabrica.org.uk
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2 days ago

Brighton Festival

Don’t forget to tune in to Fabrica Gallery Facebook Live today at 12pm to discover the new artwork by Walter & Zoniel. The artists will take you on a walking tour of the public artworks they have created in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean. #asimpleactofwonder ... See MoreSee Less

Don’t forget to tune in to Fabrica Gallery  Facebook Live today at 12pm to discover the new artwork by Walter & Zoniel. The artists will take you on a walking tour of the public artworks they have created in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean. #asimpleactofwonder

3 days ago

Brighton Festival

Join Fabrica Gallery and artists, Walter & Zoniel on Facebook Live at 12pm this Thursday to discover their latest work, A Simple Act of Wonder. Join them on a walking tour of the public artworks they have created in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.

#asimpleactofwonder
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Join Fabrica Gallery and artists, Walter & Zoniel on Facebook Live at 12pm this Thursday to discover their latest work, A Simple Act of Wonder. Join them on a walking tour of the public artworks they have created in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.

#asimpleactofwonder

4 days ago

Brighton Festival

Our friends at South East Dance have launched the #JamieWattonFund2020 to raise money to support dance artists struggling to make ends meet as a result of COVID-19.

Many self-employed artists lost 90% of their income overnight when COVID-19 hit. Many of these people may only have been able to access small HMRC Grants – if any - and many will not have been successful in applying to inevitably hugely oversubscribed emergency funding packages.

However welcome, the Government’s £1.57billion package could take many months to reach those that need it now. To donate £5 text JWF2020 to 70970; or to donate £10 text JWF2020 to 70191. To donate online visit easydonate.org/JWF2020
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