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Brian Eno reveals Brighton Festival 2010 details

Talvin Singh and London Philharmonic Orchestra set to play

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Brian Eno has revealed details of the Brighton Festival 2010 - the event of which he is Guest Artistic Director.

The producer is leading the programme for the bash, which takes place from May 1 to May 23. As well as music shows it will feature theatre, books and debate and outdoor events.

Talvin Singh is among the musical acts set to appear at the event, along with Leafcutter John and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

"This festival's reputation rests on its commitment to presenting new and original talent in unexpected combinations – crossing the boundaries with ease and lightness," Eno said.

He added, "I'm excited about working in Brighton: I love the city, and I have great respect for the festival, which has consistently placed itself at the cutting edge of the creative arts in Britain.

See Brightonfestival.org for the full line-up and timetable details.

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