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Brighton
Saturday, July 4, 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 led to the delay of coveted 2020 blockbusters like...
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 nothing average about this place. It is steeped in...
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 south of the Turkey to the North. Of course, it would...
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 Jones Industrial Average have seen the biggest quarterly dip since 1987,...
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 the sea. Every bit is an amazing nature.  The most...
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 & Spencers. Josie is the co-founder of Sussex Contemporary Illustrators...
As I lay slumped in grey towelling sweatpants and a stained white tee, I grappled with the realisation that Covid-19 had placed ‘Saturday evening plans’ into the section of my mind where distant memories are filed. Deflated, I scoured Netflix for something I could get lost in, as my...
International Harry Potter Day (also known as The Anniversary of The Battle of Hogwarts) was created in memorial to the epic importance of the day that Harry Potter defeated the Dark Lord. In the books, the battle takes place in the early hours of 2nd May 1998. The Battle of...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local illustrator and print maker, Sally Elford. Sally takes inspiration from wildlife and landscapes to create her charming contemporary prints. During her career, Sally has worked on some incredible projects with the likes of the National Trust and the V&A. We discussed Sally's...
Nestled in the Sussex Low Weald, just seven miles south of Horsham, is Knepp Estate. Since 2001, this 3,500 acre estate, once intensively farmed, has been devoted to a pioneering "rewilding" project.  For many years, traditional farming at Knepp had failed to deliver profits, driving the Estate's owners to think...