A brand new interactive experience from the artist who turned Komedia into a family film making studio in 2012.
What makes you who you are? Can one person change the world? What is kindness? We want to know the answer to these and many other questions and we are asking children in Bevendean and across Brighton & Hove to get involved. Through our new interactive experience you can have your say, discover new ways of understanding the world and make a short film about your answers to life’s important questions.
For ages 6-11. Children are encouraged to take part without their grown ups.
Saturday 22 - Tuesday 25 October at Bevendean Primary School. On Wednesday 26 October there will be a free screening of all the films at The Bevy.
Tickets £5 for the first child, £3 for additional children. Accompanying adults do not need tickets.
Free tickets available for Bevendean residents - please email email@example.com or call 07881 951177 for details.
How to get there
Bevendean Primary School
There is free parking at the school: Heath Hill Avenue, Lower Bevendean, Brighton, BN2 4JP. The number 49 bus runs every 15mins from central Brighton and it is a 25 minute walk from Moulsecoomb station. Please click here for a map of the area.
There is free on street parking: 50 Hillside, Brighton, BN2 4TF. The number 48 bus runs every 15mins from central Brighton and it is a 20min walk from Moulsecoomb station. Please click here for a map to the pub.
The Bevy is the first community-owned estate pub in the UK. Funded by over 700 shareholders and re-built and decorated by an army of volunteers The Bevy is More Than A Pub.
'What’s so good about the world anyway' is inspired by Sugata Mitra who believes that children can learn independently of teaching or guidance, in small groups gathered around a computer. Watch Sugata Mira’s TED Talk about this idea here:
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