The May Bank Holiday upon us can only mean one thing - the return of the Brighton Festival.
Three weeks of shows are about to explode onto the scene of the biggest arts festival in England.
And hundreds of thousands of visitors are preparing to be entertained - if not bemused.
Andy Dickenson is our guide and speaks to artist Madeleine Flynn, guest director David Shrigley and Camille Beaumier of NoFit State.
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A ski slope in Kent has shut because of the snowy weather conditions.Read the full story ›
A group of swimmers have braved the cold in Brighton for a dip in the sea.Read the full story ›
Parts of the region woke up to snow which had settled on the ground today. Some of you sent us your photos.Read the full story ›
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Passengers on bus rides in Eastbourne have been treated to a seasonal experience. Driver, Brian Newton, has transformed his single decker into his very own North Pole, dressing as Santa and raising money for children with cancer. Andy Dickenson reports.
After drinking 10 pints at the darts championships, Freddie Andrews said the painful stunt had seemed like a good idea.Read the full story ›