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Some of the biggest names in politics, entertainment and business have joined a social media Thunderclap to promote We Are Many, a powerful new documentary in UK cinemas this week.  by: Mike Cobley
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Project Art Works, the pioneering artist-led organisation using contemporary visual art to empower people with profound intellectual impairment, announces new collaborations with Bexhill's De La Warr Pavilion.
The Bell Jar is the only novel written by the American writer and poet Sylvia Plath, and catalogues the protagonist's descent into mental illness.
A unique concert by two youth orchestras performing a piece by a Brighton composer using only their bodies as instruments is set for the city, later this month.
Anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label has teamed up with students from the University of Brighton to hold a fashion show to promote individual style, positive body image and self-confidence.
A much-loved piece of Brighton's historic West Pier, a pair of toll booths designed by Eugenius Birch in Italianate style, which originally stood at the entrance to the pier, is being restored ready for a return to the seafront by the Brighton i360 team.
The Martlets Hospice, in Hove, are appealing for volunteers, especially men, to help marshal their biggest fundraising event of the year, the Martlets Midnight Walk, on Saturday 13 June 2015.
Agnès Varda – who made a very special personal appearance at Brighton Festival 2015 – is to receive an honorary Palme D'Or at Cannes this year in recognition of her career.
Vincent Dance Theatre – the Brighton-based dance company founded by choreographer and director Charlotte Vincent – is celebrating its 21st birthday this year in style as they head to Brighton Festival 2015. 
I love location specific events and always make a point of going to see any staged by The Brighton Festival. And I've never been let down. 
A Brighton-based charity (Our Sansar) which supports the poor of Nepal, particularly street children, is holding a night of stand-up comedy in aid of those stricken by the recent earthquake. 
Following performances last summer of Red Ladies at the Southbank Centre and Margate Turner Contemporary gallery, the genre defying Clod Ensemble return with an intimate show, as part of Brighton Festival, with an original dark fairy tale at its heart.
Tommy hates everything: his home, his clothes, his fellow man, and most of all, his poverty. 
1926: Houdini's right-hand man deals with the death of his boss. A half century later, a Blackpool joke shop proprietor takes on a wide-eyed young protégé. 

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