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Saturday, February 24, 2024
After taking Edinburgh Fringe by storm, a sell out three weeks at London’s Soho Theatre, two awards and a West End Award nomination, Luke Wright is bringing his show, What I Learned From Johnny Bevan to the Brighton Fringe this year. What I Learned From Johnny Bevan ‘is a...
This week is your last chance to see White Hawk Hill at the Brighton Museum. Situated on the South Balcony, there will be a special showing of the film by Red Earth and Anna Lucas. Collaborating with Dr Matt Pope and abandofbrothers, the site-specific film was filmed over a...
Time for our weekly cartoon! The story on the front page of the newspaper is from a story this week that our basic navigation skills are under threat because of Satellite Navigation, a leading expert has said. Roger McKinlay is the former president of the Royal Institute of Navigation believes...
Brighton is not short of gorgeous galleries, playing host to some incredible contemporary artists but Fabrica is a gallery quite like no other. Described as a ‘visual arts organisation based in the former Regency church in the heart of Brighton that commissions contemporary visual art installations specific to the...
Take a look at this originally tiny vintage photo below, from 122 years ago in 1893, the photographer pointing due east on North Street: Note the very old-looking spire on the right along the rooftops, and the view of the charming horses and carts plodding down the street. Someone appears to...
Peter Welan’s The Herbal Bed has a scented heaven of herbs as a backdrop for the investigation into the private life and times of the most famous man in England’s daughter, Susanna Hall (played by Emma Lowndes). As the opening scene is gently illuminated with a light representing a sunrise,...
This year at the Brighton Fringe, Invisible Voices will be showcasing a brand new project that tells the personal stories of the homeless around Brighton and Hove. The project aims to highlight Brighton and Hove’s ongoing problem with homelessness and to ‘give a voice to those who are homeless...
On the corner of Sydney street and Trafalgar Street there used to be co-operative clothing stores, much like the independent shops that still line the famous North Laine. If we transport ourselves around a hundred years ago to when this photograph was taken, we can see a vast arrangement of...
The long established satirical comedy The Treason Show will be excoriating your favourite politicians once again at The Rialto Theatre next month, as it continues to march cheerfully into its sixteenth year since its hilarious birth in Brighton in the year 2000. Having once graced the insides of the Komedia...
Everyone's favourite gobal bromance is coming to Brighton. Following on from their Broadway hit, Sir Ian McKellen (Gandalf, Magneto, Estragon), will be joined on the stage by Sir Patrick Stewart (Picard, Prof. Xavier, Vladimir), to star in Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter's masterpiece play - No Man's Land - which will be appearing...