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Saturday, October 24, 2020
Glasses wearers of Brighton celebrate! Stylish spectacle-makers Cubitts have opened their first store outside London on North Laine's Sydney Street. Founded in 2013, Cubitts built up a large online presence to compliment its London shops, offering a wide range of frames at affordable prices and free home try-ons. We caught up...
  We all respond to boredom in different ways. Some may find a new hobby or interest, others may instead rip open a bag of crisps and binge watch a new Netflix show. Boredom may seem to you an everyday – perhaps even trivial – experience. Surprisingly, however, boredom has...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Tracy Wadey, a local photographer and digital artist. Tracy's work is a two-part process that takes many months or even years, combining on-location photography with digital reworking. Tracy is currently creating a series of prints for an upcoming exhibition at Gallery 40 in...
Maxim, best known as the MC from the iconic band, The Prodigy, is releasing a limited edition print exclusively at Brighton's Enter Gallery. Only 40 prints of this Maxim piece exist, all of which will go on sale at Enter Gallery at noon on Friday 14th August. Maxim has become an artist in...
In this current age of Covid delayed cinema releases, Netflix, Amazon Prime and other streaming sites are the new place for blockbuster movies through the upload of popular previously released films onto the platform. Therefore, this week’s choice courtesy of Amazon Prime is the release of 2019 murder mystery ‘Knives...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Emma Bennett, a local graphic designer and illustrator. Emma's vibrant and detailed sketches are inspired by her surroundings, many of which feature familiar Sussex landmarks. All of Emma's artwork is hand drawn in pen, and then scanned into Photoshop where she adds a...
Our Plastic Ocean, by international award-winning photographer Mandy Barker,  will be the first online show opened by Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. The show will be on display as part of the new Ocean Blues website launched by the museum dedicated to exploring the environmental threats to our oceans, the importance...
The closure of nightclubs and other music venues in response to the coronavirus pandemic has led to the return of a controversial cultural phenomenon that first appeared in Britain during the late 1980s. Up and down the country, illegal raves have been talking place in disused airfields, forests and abandoned...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Barrie J Davies, a local Fun Urban Pop Artist. Barrie's colourful mixed media work combines Street Art, Cartoons, Comedy, Kitsch and Glitter, and features in both national and international art collections. Barrie first moved to Brighton from Wales three years ago, and is...
Much-loved Fringe venue, The Warren, will be opening a pop-up summer venue on Brighton beach this Wednesday.  The purpose-built site will host socially-distanced comedy shows, including appearances from the likes of Rachel Parris (The Mash Report) and Milton Jones (Have I Got News For You). The season kicks off with the...