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Saturday, July 2, 2022
We are living in a world of temporary structures, especially for businesses and organizations. These temporary buildings are beneficial in many ways. If you are in a business that can utilize temporary workshops, why not try one? They offer solutions such as fast space, flexibility, cost savings, and many...
Brit award winning singer-songwriter Laura Marling will be returning to Brighton this March. The former Noah and the Whale vocalist will take the stage at the Brighton Dome on 16 March. The show will follow the release of her new album Semper Femina on 10 March. Laura answered questions...
Season Seven of Games of Thrones premieres tonight in the UK at 9pm on Sky Atlantic. The much anticipated show is loved by fans all over the UK. Here in Brighton, Jordan Tsar is using Game of Thrones inspired street art to raise money for St John's Specialist Independent School...
Shechter's world renowned contemporary choreography has dazzled international audiences for a decade. The Hofesh Shechter Company inspire freedom of the human spirit explored through a celebration of visceral dance, of which they will bring to the stage at Brighton Dome on 6th November.   Since the first production of "Choreographer's Cut"...
As a culture, we’ve come to value growth and productivity, making paid work not only a necessity, but a central concern in peoples’ lives. Yet this attitude towards work is harming us more than it’s helping, with research showing that workaholism (also known as work addiction) is a growing...
Today is probably the most rock n roll day in history. Why? I hear you ask, well I will tell you. Today is the day that two rock stars were brought into this earth, sent by the Gods to remind us that we are mere mortals compared to these...
Kate Tempest performing live
Yesterday saw the launch of Brighton Festival's 2017 programme, with a series of events curated by Guest Director Kate Tempest. Kate has released a video, explaining this year's theme: 'Everday Epic'. Kate says: “Art is social. It should be a part of life. No big deal – just life itself.” Check...
Join us in the magnificent Music Room for secrets, stories and unexpected histories in these regular pop-up talks by Royal Pavilion & Museums staff. These talks take place on Thursdays from 12 midday-12.30pm, in the Music Room at Brighton Pavilion and are run by the Royal Pavilion and Museums staff. The...
This month the Pop-Up Opera will be returning to Brighton! Performing at The Spire in their newly designated arts space, this is something you simply cannot miss! The Pop-Up Opera is an ‘innovative touring company dedicated to making opera enjoyable and inviting, without losing the quality of musical performance’. They...
China’s new policy of allowing couples to have three children (replacing the previous limit of two) is an attempt to respond to ageing population concerns and a slowing birth rate. But the policy’s implications for working women and their families mean few will welcome the change with open arms. Population...