A groundbreaking festival exploring the medical, mental and social challenges of life and death will be taking place in Brighton throughout March.
Sick! Festival 2014 will feature a varied programme of events, including theatre, dance, film, public installations and debates in venues across the city.
The aim is to find new ways of talking about and dealing with the bad times that are unflinching, informed, irreverent and humane.
It aims to shine a light on issues that often remain hidden, taboo or misunderstood in daily life.
It is also a celebration of survival and resilience.
A wide range of issues will be explored, including adolescence, mental illness, ageing and death, and will incorporate contributions from academics and medical practitioners with expertise in these areas.
Festival organisers Helen Medland and Tim Harrison will be answering questions about the reasons behind the festival and what people can expect from it in a Your Interview feature for The Argus.
Readers can email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 544543, by 3pm on Monday.
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