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Excite your senses at the walk-in Luminarium dome

The Argus: Performers Hannah Geoghan, Millie Tonge and Jess Geoghan with Amelie Wilson-Smith in front of the inflatable theatre Performers Hannah Geoghan, Millie Tonge and Jess Geoghan with Amelie Wilson-Smith in front of the inflatable theatre

A SENSORY sensation of light and colour can be found at a walk-in ‘luminarium’ dome.

Visitors to community event Brighton Moves are promised to discover how different colours blend or resonate and transform faces and clothing.

The event runs until Sunday in Jubilee Square, Brighton, and is a collaboration between theatre company Brightonshed and walk-in sculpture company Architects of Air.

Performances will tell refugee stories of journeys to Brighton alongside creative workshops.

Arts Council-funded Brighton Moves is based in The Little Dome which is made of coloured PVC.

It was designed to be used as a performance venue, meeting place, therapeutic space and as an environment for workshops.

On Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm The Little Dome will open to the public who can take part or enter the dome to experience the unusual space.

Tickets start at £4 and are available at brightonshed.com or on the day.

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