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In the final episode of the Brighton Festival Podcast, Melita and Rebecca are joined by: members of Vietnam's Tijmur Dance Theatre on Varhung; Kwame and Komron from the Pappy Show on their performance Boys; Dan Canham from free outdoor dance piece Session; and our hosts present their highlights from the festival.…
 
Melita and Rebecca take you behind the scenes. Interviews with author Gautam Malkani; Bart Baele of Berlin's True Copy; David Gilbert, director of Another Star To Steer By; and Peter Stickney from theatre company The Lord Chamberlain's Men on A Midsummer Night's Dream.โดย RadioReverb
 
Melita and Rebecca take you behind the scenes of the Brighton Festival. Interviews with Marta Strzalko of Polish theatre company Teatr Buro Podrozy on their piece Silence; Storyteller Jon Mason from Our Place on his interactive history tour telling the story of the inventor Magnus Volk; Mark Johnson talks to Ariwo; and Circuit des Yeux on her origi…
 
Melita and Rebecca do all the hard work so you don't have to. In conversation today: Literature Producer Nii Aykwei; Traptown Choreographer Khermann Khaurighei; Tim Brown on the Film Programme; Seeta Patel on Not Today's Yesterday; Performance Producer Philippa Barr; and Our Place producer Sally Scott.…
 
Mark Johnson reviews Rokia Traoré's fundraiser featuring traditional Malian songs and re-imagined popular music, performed by members of the Passerelle Foundation. Photo: Maurizio Guidiceโดย RadioReverb
 
Melita and Rebecca bring you the inside track of the Brighton Festival. Interviews with Children's Events Programmer Pippa Smith; Spymonkey's Petra Massey on Cooped; the creator of Superhoe, Nicole Lecky; Kyla from The Other Screen discusses My Left Right Foot; and Mark Johnson reviews Rokia Traoré's Dream Mandé.…
 
Melita and Rebecca share their recommendations for the Festival. Interviews with Guest Director Rokia Traore; Our Place's Banyan Tree Theatre Group and Ricky Perrin from East Brighton's Our Place; Rebecca speaks to revelers at the Museum of the Moon; and Mark Johnson catches up with Ariwo's Iranian electronic composer Poya Esay.…
 
A work inspired by 16th century English composer John Dowland, Songs of Longing and Exile sees his music set to texts of testimonies from refugees and migrants, drawing a thread between the past and the present. Vocal ensemble Stile Antico sing the texts, as group member Kate Ashby explains.โดย RadioReverb
 
Your daily rundown of the Brighton Festival with Melita & Rebecca. Interviews with 2012 Masterchef winner Shelina Permaloo on Flavour Migrations; classical music programmer Gill Kay on Chineke, the BAME orchestra; Gravity & Other Myths' BackBone; Cinecity and Duke of York's Tim Brown on the End of Fear; music engagement co-ordinator Jon Morray-Jone…
 
Melita & Rebecca bring you the latest news on the Festival. At the halfway point, they're joined by Festival Director Andrew Comben; author Season Butler discusses literary event The New Dystopians; writing charity Little Green Pig Director Ella Burns explains the mentoring and performance program Amplified; Rebecca shares her thoughts on Iron Men,…
 
In a world of fake news and an uncertain future, what can writers teach us? The New Dystopians is a literature event which poses a question of what a new dystopia looks like. Author Season Butler joins us to tell us more.โดย RadioReverb
 
Specially created for children age 6+, Another Star to Steer By tells the story of Maya, who leaves home and sets sail in a paper boat. Her adventures take her around the world in storytelling and folk tales. The show's Director David Gilbert tells us more.โดย RadioReverb
 
Described by its organisers as “part TED Talk, part YouTube confessional, but ultimately a celebration of the human story”, Amplified is a performance by participants in local young people's writing charity Little Green Pig. It sees eight young people taking the stage to tell their stories following a six-week writing and mentoring project.…
 
Director of Fabrica Gallery Liz Whitehead explains the art of Serge Attukwei Clottey and his Current Affairs, a project which repurposes petrol cans and funds the Ghanaian community.โดย RadioReverb
 
Melita hears from the writer and director of the Edinburgh sell-out show, Robert Softley Gale, alongside actors Richard Conlon and Gale Watson. The musical comedy deals with some of the issues with able bodied actors playing disabled roles, and is guaranteed to make some viewers squirm in their seats. It is a collaboration between Birds of Paradise…
 
Melita & Rebecca keep you up to date with the Brighton Festival. Today, interviews with writer, director and cast of My Left Right Foot, the musical comedy in partnership with the National Theatre of Scotland; the director of Fabrica Gallery on Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey's installation Current Affairs; Nwando Ebizie, the artist behind D…
 
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