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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.
Venue: Laughing Horse @ The Hobgoblin
18, 25 May 14:15 Free, ticketed 4-5, 11-12, 19, 26 May 15:30 Free, ticketed 14-16 May 18:00 Free, ticketed 21-23, 28-30 May 21:45 Free, ticketed [1hr]
Might as well face it, we're addicted to the news. It's 24-hour, it's rolling, and we can't get enough of it. And now from the news-obsessed website the SomeNews Live Show is bringing comedy, sketches and stand up to Brighton Fringe.
Company: Slap & Giggle
Venue: Laughing Horse @ Caroline of Brunswick
24-26 May 23:00 Free, ticketed [1hr]
James and Sid premiere their new show at the Brighton Fringe with a fantastic Slap & Giggle extravaganza, featuring classic songs such as the Colourblind Blues, and Paul the Wizard along with sketches featuring Q's Last Day, First Mate Birdseye, and Guy Fawkes long suffering wife. All wrapped up in a neat little package.
Company: Audley Productions
Venue: The Dukebox Theatre
5, 12, 19, 26 May 14:45 £8 (£6) 8, 15, 22, 29 May 18:15 £8 (£6) [1hr30mins]
The Great I Am will show two newly written plays by Natalie Audley, which are performed, back-to-back. The first play looks at the dire consequences of war and the second is the battle between God and the devil over the last human. Director: John Locke. Actors: Natalie Audley, Tim Bond, Sascha Cooper, Peter Strong and Neil Turk.
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