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:

A Weekend Without Walls at St Ann’s Well Gardens, Hove

Spend a day discovering exhilarating free and new pop-up performances from some of the UK’s most innovative outdoor companies.

From 11am to 6pm 

Cafe closes at 5pm.

Good News: Why the world is not as bad as you think at Friends Meeting House, Brighton

Rashmi Sirdeshpande, lawyer turned children’s author, shares a positive, reassuring and anxiety-eliminating event that will help children change the way they think about the world.

Learn to become a fake news detective, sussing out what’s real and what isn’t. Discover the good news – the amazing anecdotes, case studies and figures around the globe that are making a difference.

Ages 7 - 11

Create Music Takeover at The Riwaq, Hove 

Discover new young artists from all over the city including BHASVIC, Varndean School and Newman College Music Academy.

Temporary Brighton Festival venue on Hove Seafront, on the lawn next to King Alfred Car Park.

Saturday, May 14, from 11am to 6pm, tickets are free

Boy, Everywhere at Friends Meeting House, Brighton

A M Dassu talks about the inspiration behind her acclaimed book, Boy, Everywhere and, with a reading from the book and a series of photos, she will show how easily anyone can become a refugee. 

There will also be a chance to ask questions at the end.

50 Minutes

Tickets are £7 

Suitable for ages 10+

Summer Commission: Jade Montserrat at Brighton CCA gallery

The commission, focusing on Montserrat’s articulation of black histories; bodies and narratives, will consist of six new works spanning the 45 metre façade of the galleries in the centre of Brighton. 

This will be the artist’s first major public art commission in the UK.

It will be running until Wednesday, June 1.