In pictures: see who's coming to Brighton Festival 2020

British and Ethiopian poet, playwright, broadcaster and speaker Lemn Sissay today unveils a thrilling programme for Brighton Festival 2020.

Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 10:32 am
Updated Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 10:58 am
Lunchtime with Beatrice Martin, Beatrice Martin, Brighton Festival 2020

Lemn welcomes everyone to the Imagine Nation from May 2 to 24 for England’s largest annual, curated multi-arts festival. Tickets go on sale to Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival members at 7.30am, Wednesday, February 12 and general sale at 9am, Wednesday, February 19. W: brightonfestival.org. T: 01273 709709. Brighton Dome ticket office, Church Street, Brighton.

London Symphony Orchestra, Adam Fischer, Brighton Festival 2020
A Poet's Music, Kayo Chingonyi Brighton Festival 2020
Hannah Pool, The Time Has Now Come Ethiopia New Visionaries, Books and Debate, Brighton Festival 2020
Pink Lemonade,Mika Johnsons, Credit Bronwen Sharp, Brighton Festival 2020
Classical Lunchtime Roman Kosaykov, Roman Kosaykov, Brighton Festival 2020
Of Our Times- The Lost Decade, Polly Tonybee, Brighton Festival 2020
Cressida Cowell, Brighton Festival 2020- Debra Hurford
Liam Hackett - Fearless, Liam Hackett, Brighton Festival 2020
Young City Reads, Thomas Taylor, Brighton Festival 2020
Lemn Sissay c. Jamie MacMillian
Of Our Times Superior, Angela Saini, Brighton Festival 2020
Katharina Wulff, University of Brighton, Brighton 2020
Medea Electronica Brighton Festival 2020 image Credit Penelope Gwen
Ivan Coyote, Brighton Festival 2020 - Emily Cooper
The Patient Gloria,Lara Cappelli, Brighton Festival 2020
Jacqueline Wilson, Brighton Festival 2020
Traveling Traditions, Geroge Szirtes, Brighton Festival 2020- Marzena Pogorazaly
Queens of Sheba Brighton Festival 2020
Brighton Festival Youth Choir Brighton Festival 2020
Ali Smith,Brighton Festival 2020, Sarach Wood
Chineke Chamber Ensemble Piano Quintets, Brighton Festival 2020, Eric Richmond.