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Company: Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Venue: Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital
Category: Visual Arts
4-31 May, 2 June 09:00 Free, non-ticketed [9hrs]
An average of two children in every classroom are affected by asthma. A child’s genetics can decide how effective their medicine is and the search is on for the right matches. This art/science exhibition by BSMS students and artists explores personalised medicine, genetics, asthma, and child heath; investigating new research that demonstrates how genetics impacts the effectiveness of medicine.
Company: Dark Squid, inc.
Venue: The Warren
Category: Kids & Youth
27 May 13:00 £5 (£3) 28-31 May 14:30 £5 (£3) [30mins]
Dark Squid, inc. brings you a shadow puppet steam-punk fairytale (with extra sea shanties) to delight the whole family. Witness the creation of Brighton’s wackiest invention the Daddy Longlegs Railway. Join Magnus Volk and the Sea Captain as they battle the waves of the Brighton shore in their iron-legged electrical tramcar.
Company: PROUD CABARET BRIGHTON
Venue: Proud Cabaret Brighton
16, 23 May, 6, 13, 20, 27 June, 4, 11, 18, 25 July 19:00 £10 (£24 Ticket and meal) [7hrs]
What the night may entail…Embrace the forbidden at Proud Cabaret with the arrival of are experiential burlesque dinner and show, 50 Shades of Cabaret.Reversing the power balance, Proud Cabaret will be playing master to your servant; so make sure you check your inhibitions into the cloakroom before plunging into this fetish fantasy land.
Company: Feral Theatre
Venue: Preston Old Church
1-2 June 15:00 £9 (£6) 30-31 May, 1 June 19:30 £9 (£6) [1hr30mins]
Best New Play, Brighton Fringe 2012. Three stories. Three heroic ways of living and dying. Feral Theatre return to Brighton with their award-winning fusion of puppetry, physical theatre, music and aerial in a triptych exploring loss, freedom and transformation.Hear a poet tell of liberty lost; glimpse love on the edge of extinction; witness metamorphosis among the trees. http://vimeo.com/63906793
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