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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Artist of the Week: Tonwen Jones

25th May 2020 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to local illustrator and collage artist, Tonwen Jones. Tonwen’s vibrant work combines colour, pattern and vintage motifs, and frequently draws inspiration from people’s eccentric collections, as well as museums and galleries. Her work includes a … Read More

The benefits of language learning during lockdown

22nd May 2020 |

“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”

– Frank Smith 


Languages are the keys to doors we didn’t know we wanted opening; they are windows into the … Read More

New delivery service set to revolutionise the way we shop launches in Brighton

21st May 2020 |

Click it Local, the delivery service hoping to help independent businesses compete with the likes of Amazon, launched in Brighton earlier this week. 

Their mission is “to allow independent shops to offer their customers all the convenience of online ordering … Read More

Draw Brighton are providing online drawing classes – in conversation with Jake Spicer

21st May 2020 |

Thinking about getting creative? Brighton Journal spoke to Jake Spicer, who set up the Draw Brighton studio back in 2009. Draw offers a variety of classes, including portrait painting courses, printing workshops and life drawing sessions. Though Draw’s studio in New … Read More

Drive-in movies are set for a comeback

17th May 2020 |

A new social phenomenon could take place as the world enters a new phase of dealing with Covid-19. Event professionals propose that drive-in movie screenings could be brought back and undoubtedly with it, new product launches. The coronavirus pandemic has … Read More

Everything you need to know about Brighton Dome

15th May 2020 |

Situated in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Quarter, it comes as no surprise that Brighton Dome is considered the cultural hub of this vibrant City. Brighton Dome has seen more events than your average arts venue, in fact there is … Read More

Travelling from South to Anatolia – Part 2

14th May 2020 |

Written by Sila Kiss

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” Gustave Flaubert

In my last article we travelled from Fethiye to Antalya. In this article we will start from Antalya, the … Read More

Brighton & Hove: The effects of Covid-19 on our culture and economy

13th May 2020 |

Written by Laura Ferguson 

The effects of Coronavirus on the global economy are undisputed; stock market downturns, declining economic growth and unemployment are just a few of the consequences we encounter as we tackle Covid-19.

The FTSE and Dow … Read More

Caravanning Amid Continents: Turkey, From South To Anatolia

9th May 2020 |

Written by Sila Kiss

The weather is hot enough, people are laying on the beach, sipping from their drinks. Nobody is here except the locals or spiritual travellers. This is Fethiye, which has lots of little valleys stretching towards to … Read More

Artist of the Week: Josie Jo

9th May 2020 |

This week Brighton Journal spoke to local illustrator, Josie Jo. Josie takes inspiration from people and animals to create her bright and cheerful illustrations. She’s worked on incredible projects, including a commission with Avon for International Women’s Day, and Marks … Read More