BRIGHTON Festival continues today, with 150 events set to take place until May 29.

With many exciting music, art, theatre, and culture events happening across Brighton and Hove, here is a list of just some today:


The Patient Gloria, Theatre Royal Brighton

“A gloriously ballsy meditation on therapy, misogyny and female desire”.

Created by psychotherapist Dr Everett Shostrum, who did so initially as a teaching aid for psychology students, The Patient Gloria developed into a punky mash-up of re-enactment, actual footage and lived experience of a chain-smoking divorcee.

Now until Saturday, May 14, 7.30pm. Tickets from £10.


Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux and Ariel lanyi, All Saints Church, The Drive, Hove 

A lunchtime recital from chamber musicians Charlotte Saluste-Bridoux and Ariel lanyi, performing the first of Clara Schumann’s Romances, followed by the first of Brahms Violin Sonatas, ending with Poulenc’s Sonata.

This event runs in association with the Young Classical Artists Trust.

Thursday, May 12, 1pm. Tickets from £5.


Global Conversations: A Heritage of Movement, online event

Suad Aldara, born in Saudi Arabia to Syrian parents, and Nadia Owusu, from Tanzania, born to parents of Ghanaian and Armenian heritage, spent much of their lives travelling separately to Italy, Ethopia, Ghana, Uganda, Egypt, and the USA.

Now, they come together to share the love of movement and travel, as well as “the traumas that live in the gaps and all the beautiful things discovered in the art of unpacking”.

Thursday, May 12, 7pm. Free entry.


Window Gallery at Phoenix Art Space: Rebuilding, Phoenix Art Space, Waterloo Place, Brighton

Artists Daniel Griffiths, Joshua Uvieghara, Isabele Vasques and Luella Martin were asked to consider the theme of Rebuilding for a group exhibition in the studio’s window.

Now until Sunday, 11am – 5pm. Free entry.


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