A second all-night festival for Brighton & Hove promises to be even bigger and brighter than last year’s event, which attracted 15,000 people.
Staged overnight on the weekend of October 24-25 White Night will feature music, dance, film and experimental art staged indoors and out – and all for free.
- a spectacular mystery art commission unveiled on the night in Jubilee Square
- Periplum, a musical journey through the streets with sound, performance and interactive theatre
- Light projections transforming New Road’s Unitarian Church into a giant art canvas
The event, based on a ‘Fortune’, theme marks the end of British Summer Time and the extra hour of darkness created by the clocks going back.
It is being jointly planned and promoted with Amiens in France which stages a sister festival, Nuit Blanche.
Dozens of indoor venues are opening, while around 20 outdoor locations stage events and happenings.
Elsewhere there are a number of night time trails and tours around the city.
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