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Corn Exchange & Studio Theatre Restoration Brings Statue Back to Life
23 Apr 2019
An Art Deco statue depicting the Roman Goddess of Agriculture is being restored as part of our building refurbishment. Standing above the entrance to the Corn Exchange on Church Street, Ceres was sculpted in 1935 by renowned artist James Woodford OBE RA (1893-1976).The statue was crafted by Woodford in a distinct ornamental…
Living Dangerously: An Interview with Sir Ranulph Fiennes
10 Apr 2019
'The world’s greatest living explorer’ Sir Ranulph Fiennes brings his live show Living Dangerously to Brighton Dome this July. In this interview Sir Ranulph talks about the show, climate change and what's next...You’re heading out on tour, what will you be talking about?I’ll be talking about my life:…
The Goose Who Flew - Interview with performer Amber-Rose May
5 Apr 2019
Amber-Rose May is a performer and theatre maker who specialises in creating thought provoking and magical theatre for young people, allowing them to explore and understand important topics. In her new one-woman show The Goose Who Flew, for ages 3-7, she plays a range of quirky characters, using simple puppetry to…
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