Feist Welcomes Listeners To The Pleasue Dome On Long-Awaited New Album
first album in six years reflects on secrets and shame, loneliness and tenderness, care and fatigue and is at its core a study on self-awareness.
Celebrities Urge People In Brighton To Unite Against This Centurys Biggest Killer
has launched a new campaign calling on people in Brighton and Hove to set aside their differences - from age to tastes and social standing to political allegiances - and unite in the fight against dementia,
as it’s set to become the 21st century's biggest killer.
Shiny Town: New Town Square Brings Entertainment & Diversity To Brighton
This spring, Brighton is set for a surprise
as an entertainment paradise pops up in the leafy greenery of the Royal Pavilion Garden.
Artists Open Houses Festival 2017: Over Four Spring Weekends In Brighton, Hove And Beyond
The Artists Open Houses festival 2017,
the largest event of its kind in the UK, will take place in Brighton, Hove and beyond over four weekends of May,
starting Saturday 6th May.
Review: The Crucible @ Theatre Royal Brighton
Arthur Miller's 1953 play seems to gain in resonance
as time marches on - originally a response to the McCarthy-era Communist Witch-hunts, Miller was compelled to write about the actual 1692 witch-hunts in Salem, New England where neighbours and friends turned on each other in a frenzy of lies, peer pressure and a campaign of fear by the authorities.
Three Friends Take On 10000 Mile Mongol Rally In Aid Of Brighton Charity
Three friends with a passion for philanthropy and adventure have decided to take on the Mongol Rally
to raise funds and awareness
for St. John's School and College,
a special educational needs school, college and charity based in Kemptown, Brighton and Firle Road, Seaford.
Review: Chris Wade's Comprehensive Woody Allen On Screen Overview
is seemingly fixated on the end. He has little truck for the long haul that leads up to his inevitable demise.
Life to him, like film making, is ‘'a different kind of pain.’
Move On: This Generation's Fightback Starts Now With The Modern Sound Of The Spitfires
You hear it all the time
: 'Bands these days have got nothing to say'
.. 'It's not like it was in my day'
.. 'Where are the voices of today's generation?'