BRIGHTON Festival is continuing today with spoken word performances as well as live piano recitals.

Here is a list of some of the events on today, Thursday:

Wuthering Heights at Theatre Royal Brighton

Emma Rice returns to Brighton Festival with her new company Wise Children following her previous sell out productions of Tristan and Yseult (2017) and The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk (2018). Emily Brontë’s masterpiece is transformed into a powerful, uniquely theatrical and musical experience, with Rice's trademark playfulness.

Thursday, May 19, at 7.30pm

Duration: two hours 50 minutes, including interval

Tickets cost £20, £24.50, £29.50
Under 26s £20 
Festival Standby £10

The Riwaq in Hove

Storytime for pre-schoolers

Thursday, May 19, from 11am to 11.30am, free

Listen to tales from around the world as you feed their imagination.

Our specially chosen books will be read and brought to life by performers taking part across Brighton Festival.

  • AmaSu: Yoga and Movement Medicine

Thursday, May 19, at 11.30am and 1.30pm, suitable for adults only, please bring a yoga mat

AmaSu will be offering a Yoga and Movement Medicine session with music and live singing bowls. A restful and moving experience in which to breathe with ease.

  • Akila Richards: Letters For Lullabies

Thursday, May 19, at 3pm to 5pm, suitable for adults only, limited capacity, free

“Come into the tent and dive in with hopeful words and songs. Let us remember that hope is a choice and we can rebuild – however small adding to the big vision for a kinder world.”

London Symphony Orchestra

Marta Gardolińska makes Brighton debut with London Symphony Orchestra

Thursday, May 19, at 7.30pm

Tickets cost £10, £18.50, £22.50, £27.50, £32.50

Under 26s £25

Festival standby £10

Abdulrazak Gurnah in Conversation at Charleston, near Firle

In conversation with Nima Elbagir, senior international correspondent for CNN Gurnah discusses his work and his childhood in Zanzibar.

Thursday, May 19, at 4pm

Tickets cost £16, concessions £13.50, under 30s £10

Alexei Grynyuk in Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Lunchtime recital from the British-Ukrainian pianist.

There will be a collection in aid of the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal at this performance.

Thursday, May 19, at 1pm
Tickets cost £10