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Brighton What's On Guide

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New Project Launched To Restore Historical Slave Boys Grave In Brighton
Brighton's key figures recently joined a special ceremony to remove a head stone marking the grave of a slave boy who died in Brighton 145 years ago.

Same Sky: Thousands Raised For Recent Brighton Burning the Clocks Event
Same Sky, the community arts charity behind Burning the Clocks, has revealed that over £19,000 was raised for the annual winter solstice parade - the largest amount raised in the event’s history.

Home Before The Leaves Fall: Debut Novel Offers A Unique Perspective On Horrors Of First World War
Brighton author N L Collier offers a different perspective of the First World War in his début historical novel, Home Before The Leaves Fall.


Brighton Festival: Rose Tremain's Sacred Country Chosen For City Reads 2018
1952. Standing in a cold Suffolk field with her family, six-year-old Mary Ward has a revelation: I am not Mary. That is a mistake. I am not a girl. I'm a boy.


The Spiritual Dark Age: To Kill A King Return With First Album In Three Years & Brighton Date
Described as “the love child of INXS, The Maccabees and The National”, five-piece To Kill A King return with their first record since 2015 - a collection of semi-mythic, semi-autobiographical tunes.

Born Free: Sussex Based International Wildlife Charity Launches Ivory Amnesty
Following this week's blanket media coverage of Born Free Co-Founder, Virginia McKenna OBE's, appeal to the Antiques Roadshow to cease featuring ivory items and the BBC's decision to review its ivory policy, the Horsham-based international wildlife conservation charity, has launched an Ivory Amnesty aimed at people who no longer wish to have any ivory items in their possession.

40 Shillings On The Drum Join Stella Line-Up For UK's Largest Mardi Gras Celebration
Brighton's raucous punk-folk five-piece 40 Shillings on the Drum have joined sextet Skinny Lister, emerging rapper Chiedu Oraka, singer-songwriter Sean McGowan, Brighton punk pop outfit Jetstream Pony, and Hastings' indie rockers Kid Kapichi on the bill of Hastings Fat Tuesday Music Festival 2018, the UK's largest Mardi Gras celebration.

Interview: The Turn of the Screw Director Talks To His Producer Ahead Of Southwick Show
Gary Cook, director of the Southwick Players upcoming production of The Turn of the Screw, talks to his producer Anita Jones about the play.
 
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