Can kindness change the world?
The answer will be found in Brighton Fringe’s Spiegeltent when White Rabbit take to the stage with 366 Days Of Kindness on May 19 and 20 at 7.30pm.
On August 18 2011, in response to the UK riots and after a chance encounter in a post office, Bernadette Russell embarked on a mission to be kind to a stranger every single day for a year.
The show, part stand-up, part storytelling, part live documentary, charts her year, which began with burning buildings and ended with the flame of the Olympic torch.
Award winning White Rabbit create spoken word, cabaret, theatre, podcasts, animation and installations, all of their work inspired by stories.
They have created work for National Theatre, Southbank Centre, Birmingham Rep, Thames Festival and many others.
Their long-running story telling cabaret Are You Sitting Comfortably? enjoyed four years of sell-out shows at The Basement, Brighton.
Bernadette will be in Spiegel Gardens throughout May to promote the show by being as kind to as many strangers as possible.
Other people are invited to share their stories of kindness on twitter @betterussell #366daysofkindness or by visiting the dedicated website www.366daysofkindness.com.