Brighton Festival: Peacock Poetry Prize Takes Flight With Theme Of ‘Birds’
Brighton Festival 2015
The Selecter: Finding Fresh Ways To Remain Figureheads For Minority Musical Subcultures
has announced that this year's Peacock Poetry Prize
will have the theme of 'birds'; a subject chosen by its Guest Director Ali Smith.
During the past half-decade, The Selecter,
led by their legendary frontwoman Pauline Black,
have become increasingly aware that their championing of 2-tone/ska music
is firmly rooted outside of today's mainstream genres (indeed, Ska doesn't even exist as a music category on iTunes).
Member For The UK Youth Parliament Brighton & Hove Helps Commemorate A Pioneer Of Parliamentary Democracy
member of UK Youth Parliament from Brighton and Hove, attended a special event in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey
to commemorate the 750th anniversary
of the parliament called by Simon De Montfort
, which met from January to mid-March 1265.
Brighton Science Festival Is Out To Challenge People's Perceptions Via A Hands On Programme
Brighton Science Festival
returns for its tenth year
to prove there's a lot more to science than test tubes and prime numbers.
Competition Time: Modelworld Returns To Brighton For Its 37th Year
The Brighton Centre i
s set to host the renowned Modelworld exhibition,
which will be returning to the venue from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd February 2015, and The Brighton Magazine have two family tickets up for grabs.
Anger Is An Ever-Present Energy As The Prodigy Catalogue The Decay Of The Urban Nightmare
new album, The Day is My Enemy,
takes you on a journey through the uncharted underbelly of urban nightlife where anger is an ever-present energy
lurking just beneath the surface of an edgy calm.