BRIGHTON Festival is going into its final week. 

The festival runs until May 29 and has already featured several of the 150 events, exhibitions, venues and shows running this year.

Here is a list of some of the events on today, Monday 23:

caravan assembly: CRYCRYKILLKILL at The Old Market, Hove

An explosive and wry exploration of horror movies, queerness and what it means to be ‘OTHERed’. 

Using multiple on-stage live feeds and live musical scoring, the show explores what it means to be the "Final Girl",  what it means to be the "Monster" and the sneaking suspicion you might not survive a horror film.

The show will also be streamed as a one-off at-home cinema experience, simultaneous to the in-person show but offering a different perspective.


Age 16+

Monday, May 23 at 8pm

Tickets cost £15, under 26s £10

Sacre at Theatre Royal Brighton

Ten acrobats from the exhilarating Circa ensemble bring Stravinsky’s seminal The Rite of Spring to the circus stage 

“Pulsating with tension and infused with dark humour, this dramatic production from Artistic Director Yaron Lifschitz confronts humanity’s inter-connectivity, our inherent sexual desire and relationship with divinity.”

Monday, May 23 at 8pm 

Tickets cost £15, £20, £25, under 16s half price , under 26s £17.50, festival standby £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. 

It will be running until Wednesday, June 1.

Watch Again: New Regency Orchestra 

The New Regency Orchestra played the Brighton Dome Concert Hall as part of Brighton Festival 2022. 

Featuring a formidable and evolving cast of jazz and Latin music talent, the New Regency Orchestra play a hard-blowing style for hard times. 

The Argus: New Regency Orchestra @ EartH-12 Credit Sophie JouvenaarNew Regency Orchestra @ EartH-12 Credit Sophie Jouvenaar

The band is curated by DJ/compiler Lex Blondin, founder of Hackney's much-loved underground venue Total Refreshment Centre and now the popular Church of Sound night. Co-led by multi-percussionist Crispin Spry Robinson, the NRO will perform Afro-Cuban classics to a standing audience free to move to their blistering UK jazz energy.

Relive the lively gig one more time on the Brighton Festival website