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Whats on at Theatre Royal

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The Brighton Magazine

Award-Winning International Illustrator Mentors Students At Brighton Metropolitan College
Award-winning Lithuanian illustrator Akvile Magicdust has been mentoring students at Brighton Metropolitan College as part of the Pop Up Projects’ International Illustrator's Exchange programme

Young People's Photography Inspired By Constable To Be Displayed In Brighton
The Capture Collective are members of Brighton & Hove Photography Club, a Photoworks initiative enabling the city's 13-16 year olds to meet regularly, develop their camera skills, produce photographs for a display and gain an Arts Award certificate.

Dennis Potter's Blue Remembered Hills Comes To Brighton Open Air Theatre
Identity Theatre Company are bringing Dennis Potter's groundbreaking play Blue Remembered Hills to the Brighton Open Air Theatre this July.

Two Key Cultural Brighton Organisations Unite To Aid Creative & Cultural Learning
Two key cultural organisations are to unite to create a city-wide hub for creative and cultural learning.

Queens Of The Stone Age Break Their Silence With New Album Villains
Hundreds of epic shows, memory lapses, unexplained injuries, one year long detour with Iggy Pop and multiple Grammy nominations later, Queens Of The Stone Age re-emerge from the desert newly scarred and somehow strangely prettier with lucky seventh album, Villains.

Review: Riptide Wrestling At Brighthelm Centre Auditorium
Brighton's Brighthelm Centre Auditorium played host to an unsurpassed night of wrestling. Riptide Wrestling not only exceeded expectations from the standpoint of a company running it's first event, it also blew away any independent shows I have seen in the last twenty years. 

Review: Proof @ Brighton’s New Venture Theatre
In Chicago, 25-year-old Catherine (Marie Ellis) has put her college education on hold to care for a dying father, Robert (Bill Griffiths). Robert was an academic genius, specialising in complex 'beautiful and elegant' mathematical proofs, now suffering from both loss of focus and madness.

A Hard Day's Month: Brighton Beatles Connection Explored Via Gripping Tale Of Two Teens
A Hard Day's Month is a book as much about teendom as it is about The Beatles. It's about growing up, generation gaps, mortality, friendships, experimentation, change, independence, love and loss. It's very much the Absolute Beginners of its generation.
 
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