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It’s Christmas Competition Time! Win Theatre Tickets for HOME and Dining at The Coal Shed

3rd December 2018 |

Here at Brighton Journal, we love to celebrate the interesting people, places, and businesses that characterise this city.  To honour and treat our wonderful readers this festive season, we are running an incredible Christmas competition in partnership with Brighton DomeRead More

The Projects: Brighton’s stunning co-working member’s club EVERYONE is talking about

29th November 2018 |

This November, a revolution has arrived. The future of co-working in Brighton is set to change the way freelancers, start-up companies, and small businesses both operate and thrive. The answer? The Projects. 



Found at 8-9 Ship Street, The … Read More

Meet the Stars of Abigail’s Party: An Interview with Jodie Prenger and Daniel Casey

22nd November 2018 |

Mike Leigh’s hilarious comedy-classic Abigail’s Party is set to kickstart its UK tour in Brighton this January. Jodie Prenger leads the cast, which tours in Brighton 10 – 19 January 2019 before closing the tour on 20 April 2019 in Edinburgh.


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Gigs of the Week: 5th – 11th November

5th November 2018 |

Brighton Journal is back with our first November edition of gigs of the week, so that you know where to find the very best of the music scene in Brighton! Ranging from the tranquil sounds of indie-folk and pumping tunes … Read More

“There’s nothing quite like Brighton people” Humans of Brighton – Meet Emily

4th November 2018 |

The Brighton Journal team set out this week to find another alluring Human of Brighton. We were lucky enough to meet the lovely, smiling Emily, who has just finished her degree at UEA in Norwich and reflected on coming back … Read More

Fresh racism row erupts ahead of Lewes bonfire blackface controversy

2nd November 2018 |

The UK’s largest bonfire festival has been plunged into a fresh blackface row after a photograph in a shop window showed a child “blacked-up” for a costume contest before a parade through the East Sussex town. 


The boy had … Read More

What a load of rubbish! Yet another fly-tip discovered in Brighton

25th October 2018 |

The issue of fly-tipping has become a common problem over the years in Brighton and Hove. This afternoon, a large fly-tip was discovered in Blackman Street, with rubbish, sharp objects and food waste strewn across the pavement.Read More

10 of the best Halloween movies for your spooky night in

25th October 2018 |

As the day where the living meet the dead is rapidly approaching, it’s time to take time out from binge watching your favourite season on Netflix and focus on some more creepy content. Brighton Journal have curated an exclusive list … Read More

Disco Pete: Brighton’s most loved raver retires to nursing home

15th October 2018 | 12


Brighton’s favourite dancer and much loved public figure, Peter Turner, famously known as ‘Disco Pete’ has sadly had to hang up his disco dancing shoes as he enters full time care in an East Sussex nursing home.


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Indian Summer or Climate Change? Brighton’s HOTTEST October in 7 years

11th October 2018 |


October usually welcomes an Autumnal chill that swiftly blows away any traces we had of summer. However, this year heat levels are set to soar as sizzling October sun sees temperatures rising higher than Madrid – the hottest climate … Read More