John Grant: Sumptuous Ballads And Fizzing Electronic Pop On The Menu @ Brighton Dome
It was a sorely belated recognition for one of the most beautiful voices of the 21st century,
matched by a songwriting and lyrical prowess that conveyed every atom of pain, fear and endurance that has defined John Grant's
life so far, not just with a striking level of self-awareness
but the most life-affirming streak of dark and scabrous humour too.
Stan Lee Signed Limited Edition Marvel Comic Book Covers Come To Brighton
A collection of signed limited edition artworks
comprised of iconic Marvel comic book covers
are available at Castle Fine Art,
Brighton, from Friday (24.07.15).
Rigby Shlept Here: Memoir Gives Rare Glimpse Into Life Of One Of Harold Pinter's Favourite Actors
Before his death, actor Terence Rigby
asked dramatist and close friend, Juliet Ace
, to assist him in compiling his biography. With such a wide and varied career
, Ace knew it would be no easy task. Unfortunately, Rigby died before she had even scratched the surface.
Nic Joly's Miniature Sculptures Are Set To Make A Big Impact In Brighton
Originally, Nic Joly,
the cousin of comedian Dom Joly,
started sculpting as a hobby, crafting his miniature characters out of clay, paper and wire to hide around his home for his children to find.
The Barnsley Nightingale Sings: Kate Rusby Brings A Flavour Of South Yorkshire Chrismas Tradition To Brighton Dome
is able to inhabit a song with unforced conviction
– no matter how old or how modern – she has that rare ability to transport her audience, of touching them emotionally and making each tune live vividly within their experience and imagination.
Savoy Kicks: Dancing On The Streets Of Brighton To Create City's Largest Centre For Dance
South East Dance
is bringing dance to the streets of Brighton as part of Space To Dance,
a campaign to generate awareness and support for The Dance Space,
a new home for dance in the heart of the Circus Street Market regeneration area.