Cradle To The Stage: Danny Baker Rips Up The Rule Book For His Theatre Royal Brighton Debut
When broadcasting legend Danny Baker
takes to the stage at Theatre Royal Brighton
next month, no-one, including Danny himself, will know where proceedings are heading.
Discuss Dance Laugh Create & Change The World @ Byline Festival
launches at Pippingford Park, East Sussex, this summer, offering festivalgoers a unique opportunity to recapture the spirit of festivals when they had a sense of purpose. It is for everyone who doesn't want to take Trump, fake news
or alternative truth lying down.
Truth & Fiction: The Undercover Hippy Returns To Brighton With Songs From The Serious To The Ludicrous
Sensing the shadows cast by tyrannical forces growing ever greater by the day - The Undercover Hippy
is back and on a mission to combat the sinister powers-that-be
with his cunning blend of humour, optimism and hard-hitting political commentary.
Kraftwerk 3D: Man & Machine In Perfect Harmony @ The Brighton Centre
After instantly selling out their UK tour within a matter of minutes, electro pioneers Kraftwerk
have added a date at the Brighton Centre,
in June 2017.
Pop & Politics: Rudimentals Bridgette Amofah Performs At Brighton's Inaugural 38 Degrees Live Gathering
Brighton's first-ever 38 Degrees Live
event is set to include lively, upbeat discussions aboutlocal politics
and will be a chance to hear about inspiring goings on, people, issues and opportunities in the area.
Hayseed Dixie: Hillbilly Rockers Bring New Sounds To Concorde 2 Brighton
Official creators of the genre 'Rockgrass'
, former ACDC tribute band, Hayseed Dixie
are back in Brighton next month ahead of the realease of their new album, Free Your Mind And Your Grass Will Follow.
Hove Cafe Is Good Neighbour To Loneliness Charity On Mother's Day
The Crumpetty Tree Café and Deli
in Hove has organised a Mother's Day special lunch donation menu on Sunday 26th March in support of Brighton & Hove Impetus,
the award-winning local charity which helps vulnerable people who are lonely or isolated
because of disability, poor mental or physical health or age.
Brighton Based Psychologist Turned Author Unveils His Working Class Sherlock
“1895: London Society takes its problems to Sherlock Holmes. Everyone else goes to Arrowood.”
That's the intriguing concept
of the debut novel Arrowood
, written by Brighton-based Anglia Ruskin University academic Dr Mick Finlay.