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Friday, May 20, 2022
It’s finally Friday! There is so much on this weekend that we struggled to pick our favourites but we have and are they absolute corkers. From extended International Women’s Day celebrations to two art exhibitions (two!) here are some of our top picks for this weekend. Mort: One year after...
This Throwback Thursday, we thought we’d let you know about a new business in town that can make your last night of innocence - your hen do – a vintage heaven. You can customise the night yourself, or go with a range of packages - from ripped Brightoner strippers to saucy...
If you missed the news from over the weekend and the start of this week then we’ve rounded up the highlights for you: 1. Brighton and Hove News told us how women plan to celebrate International Women's day in Brighton this afternoon (Tue 8th March) - by donning suffragette period costumes and...
Brighton Fringe Festival - England’s largest diverse arts festival and one of the biggest fringe festivals in the world, kicked off its launch this week with a mix of harmonies from a choir that reverberated through Brighton station during the rush hour, along with the appearances of samba dancers...
It’s Friday, the sun is shining, House of Cards season four has been released, Kendrick Lamar dropped an album while we were sleeping and this weekend in Brighton is good enough to drag you away from both Spotify and Netflix. From Katherine Ryan to the Jenga World Championship there’s...
Stuck for ideas this Mother’s Day weekend? We’re here to help. As part of our weekly recommendations for you, we’re going to hand-pick a place around Brighton to raise your weekend up to the next level. This week’s winner is: The Pavilion Gardens Brighton’s stunning Pavilion Gardens are the perfect backdrop for...
March 8th is International Women’s Day, a day in which we celebrate the wonderful women who have made their mark on history and who worked tirelessly for equality. On the last Sunday in February 1913, Russian women observed the first International Women’s Day. Since then, it has grown to...
Head down to Marwoods Café this Thursday (March 3rd) to support former On The Radar stars Wildflowers in their plight to raise money for the refugees in Calais. The band will be doing a five date tour in Bristol, Windsor, Brighton, Hastings and finally performing in ‘The Jungle’ in...
March is bringing some incredible events to Brighton, particularly to our much loved venue, Concorde 2. Here are some of Bjournal’s top picks for next month. Qemists: The MJR Group present the Qemists. Described as ‘rock fans seduced by the dancefloor, dance fans equally happy playing live instruments or building...
A Brighton housing charity is asking people to take part in a sponsored sleep-out to raise money for their work with disadvantaged young people. YMCA DownsLink Group is looking for local residents to spend one night sleeping out under the stars on 18th March to help raise funds for...