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Brighton Festival announces corporate sponsors 2014 

Brighton Festival - an annual celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family events – launches today and will take place in venues across the city and beyond from 3 to 25 May 2014. 

Brighton Festival thanks corporate sponsors for this year’s festival who are:
• Brighton and Sussex Medical school supporting Dementia: Facing the next ten years 
• Class Of Their Own supporting the Children’s Parade 
• DMH Stallard supporting David McCandless
• Mayo Wynne Baxter supporting Sun
• University of Sussex supporting Opus No.7

Nutshell Construction, Richard Place Dobson, Selits, Unversity of Brighton,, Echo Video, Fatsand Productions, GM Building, IEP Financial, Moshimo, Midnight Communications, My Hotel, One Digital, Sussex Life, Terre a Terre, and West Sussex Print Limited also support Brighton Festival 2014. 

Other generous support is provided by AVT Connect, Brighton & Hove Buses, City College Brighton & Hove, Facelift, Gunns Flowers, Hiykon, Hotel du Vin & Bistro Brighton, Juice FM, KAVE Theatre Services, Latest 7, Mercure Brighton Seafront, NCP, The Old Ship Hotel, PR Industrial Ltd, Pure 360 and Radio Reverb.  

Businesses in our community play a key part in the ongoing success of Brighton Festival. The support that they provide enables projects to take place that otherwise wouldn’t have been possible.   

Andrew Comben, CEO Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival, said: “As the largest mixed arts festival in England -  but also an arts charity -  we rely partly on the support of the business community to help us thrive.  With the help of our corporate sponsors, we can continue to provide a rich and diverse cultural offering to our audience.”  

The 2014 Guest Director of Brighton Festival 2014 is critically acclaimed choreographer, musician, composer and performer Hofesh Shechter. His eponymous Company are a Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival resident company, and their brand new work Sun – co-commissioned by Brighton Festival – will open the three week arts extravaganza on Saturday 3 May when it comes ‘home’ at the conclusion of its first world tour.

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