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Every year during national Refugee Week we celebrate how people who have found sanctuary in Brighton & Hove have helped make it the exciting, vibrant and diverse city that we love. This year we have an amazing line up of events for you, from a debate about the Rwanda deal to sand painting with Momodou.


Sanctuary on Sea is proud to present Mohand and Peter, the new show from Psychedelight,  who were a hit at the 2017 Brighton Fringe with Borderline, a satire on the Calais “Jungle”.  Mohand and Peter will take you on a funny and poetic road trip in English and Arabic to Mohand’s home country of Sudan.  Performances at St Mary’s Church, Kemptown on Thursday and Friday June 23 and 24 at 7.30pm.  Tickets £8 on Eventbrite or on the door; free for people who have sought sanctuary.


Check out the Brighton Refugee Week Facebook or Instagram or email the B&H Refugee Week team to find out more.

Credit: David Wilsdon