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Friday, January 21, 2022
Laurie Graduated from Kingston last Summer and has been working on a range exciting projects since. He has come back to Brighton, which he described as a good liberal foundation for his creativity "its such a liberal place that I’m constantly with people who are interested in social change...
  Brighton Journal was in the North Laines yesterday, looking for Brighton's Best Dressed...  
The Grand Mod Experience is coming to Brighton from London's West End on one of the summer's most anticipated weekends. As the August Bank Holiday weekend is approaching, with it comes the eclectic mix of events that these often vibrant few days has on offer. All Or Nothing: the Experience...
Skunk Anansie will appear at the Brighton Centre on Monday 26th August. The London-based band will be celebrating their 25th anniversary, having formed in 1994. To celebrate the occasion, they have also released a live album last January, 25LIVE@25, a collection of some of their greatest songs recorded at...
One of Europe's most sought after directors Calixto Bieito will bring his incredible new production to Brighton Festival. The festival is now the largest and most established annual curated multi-arts festival in England. They introduced Guest Directors in 2009 with Anish Kapoor and for this years festival they have...
Valentine’s Day is loved, and hated, by many and regardless of our feelings on the matter, it still happens every year. It seems that presents have become more extravagant each and every year. Sometimes, it’s nice to stray away from the huge teddy bears and get your loved one...
Football plays a big part in Sussex’s sporting calendar. So, when Brighton & Hove Albion are playing in the Premier League, the club gets the lion’s share of the attention. It’s the Premier League, after all. But we shouldn’t ignore the impacts the county has on other major events, such...
With the Covid-19 pandemic creating additional pressure in all of our lives, the tireless efforts of our NHS staff and essential service workers cannot be thanked enough. In recognition of their amazing work, local resident Henry Ballard is hoping to bring a ray of sunshine into the lives of...
If you're looking for some direction to your Sunday morning stroll, or for a way to walk off that roast dinner, then why not take a concentrated dose of some of Brighton's painted pleasures? Either side of the narrow Trafalgar Lane offer the wanderer plenty to look at, with its walls...
Kate Tempest performing live
Brighton Festival has launched this year’s Peacock Poetry Prize which will have the theme of ‘everyday epic’, a subject chosen by poet and musician Kate Tempest who is Guest Director of this year's festival. Young writers from East and West Sussex aged between 8 and 19 years are invited to...