Better The Daredevil You Know: Stunt Rider Travis Pastrana On Nitro Circus' Forthcoming Tour
Travis Pastrana and his Nitro Circus
are already eyeing up their 2018 You Got This
European Tour – kicking off in November. And this time around, the stunts will be bigger, the ramps will be larger, and the stakes will be much, much higher.
Interview: Actor Ian Kelsey On His Dramatic Coronation Street Return & New Focus On Photography
Veteran Brighton-based actor Ian Kelsey
will explode back on to our small screens this week, reigniting his acquaintance with Coronation Street bad boy
Pat Phelan, in a storyline Kelsey refers to as ‘quite dramatic’.
Interview: Ex Del Amitri Frontman Justin Currie Hits The Road In Support Of Fourth Solo Release
Years before Justin Currie
was writing top ten albums with Del Amitri,
he was enjoying a musical awakening courtesy of some of the biggest bands in history. And in his typical self-depreciating style
, Currie admits there were one or two less fashionable favourites along the way too.
Into The Outside: New Online Resource for LGTBTQ Young People & Teachers
led Into the Outside:
is a Heritage Lottery Fund learning project with young people, examining Brighton & Hove's LGBTQ+ past and creating a new archive of queer youth experience for the city and beyond.
Interview: How The Other Half Loves Stars Talk Ahead Of Play's Visit To Theatre Royal Brighton
Direct from an extended season in London's West End, Bill Kenwright's production of Alan Ayckbourn's farcical tale of matrimonial mishaps, How the Other Half Loves
comes to Theatre Royal Brighton,
Save The Greys Pub: Don't Just Go To The Pub This Xmas Own It
A group of Hanover residents are making a bid to save their award-winning pub, The Greys
, from closing down and are appealing to the people of Brighton & Hove to raise £400,000
by the end of December to keep the doors open.
Interview: Comedian Jon Richardson Brings His Old Man Show To Brighton Dome
The stand-up Jon Richardson
is chatting from a rather unusual location. He reveals that,“I'm currently in the Aldi car park in Clevedon.”
Who said that the life of a comedian isn't non-stop glamour?
Review: Greg Davies Live @ The Brighton Centre
has a comedic face. No disrespect, but he only has to glance at a camera and people wet themselves.
He's also an imposing figure, standing at 6 ft 8 in tall in his size 13 shoes. But can he cut it live? Stephanie Keane was at The Brighton Centre
to find out ..