A new physical theatre show inspired by the UK's basketball sub-culture.
‘A modern guitar hero of exceptional talent and imagination’ The Guardian
Due to popular demand, Carlos Acosta will be returning to Brighton Dome for a third night on Sat 11 Jul, 7.30pm.
Festival favourite Britten Sinfonia returns with the sensational Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan in a programme that explores the classical inspiration of one of the 20th-century’s greatest composers.
Festival favourite Britten Sinfonia returns with the sensational Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan
One of the most anticipated films of the year, Peter Strickland’s daring masterpiece The Duke of Burgundy is a bold homage to 1970s erotica.
Squeeze, the enduring British pop act whose songs have tenderly and wittily chronicled life and love stretching across four decades, are to play an extensive UK tour in the autumn – their first, as a band, for three years.
‘One of the most divisive figures in electronic music, plundering electric jazz and rave music for his own extremist ends, idolized and reviled in seemingly equal amounts.’ Pitchfork
Trapped in an airless, dusty land of the living dead, Underworld is Vincent’s darkly haunting take on the Orpheus and Eurydice myth.
In Sweet and Sad, a family brunch on the tenth anniversary of 9/11 stirs up discussions of loss, remembrance and a decade of change.
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'The funniest night you'll ever have at the ballet' Sunday Times
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