Figuring It Out: Top Chef Loses Ten Stone & Shares His Secret Of Dietary Success
Having made his name as the head chef at two Michelin-starred gastropub The Hand and Flowers, Tom Kerridge
decided on the eve of his fortieth birthday that he had to make a real change
in time for his second act…
Give A Gig Week: Brighton Teenager Turns His Life Around With Help Of Local Music Makers
Being a teenager is never easy, but for Vivian Harnde
it was a particularly difficult time. After he committed a few minor offences, the local Youth Offending Service decided that he was 'at risk'
and stepped in to offer him some support. That was how he got involved with music-making at AudioActive
in Brighton, which helped him turn his life around.
Brighton's RadioReverb Launches Its Own Politics Show
A new radio show
is about to be launched, which is destined to become essential listening for any-one interested in what is happening on the political front
in Brighton and Hove.
Not Dead Enough: Brighton Best Selling Author's Novel Comes To Life @ Theatre Royal Brighton
Let The Dancers Inherit The Party: Brighton's British Sea Power Return With Tales Of Media Manipulation
Actor Shane Richie
and leading television presenter Laura Whitmore
will star in the next stage adaptation of multi-million selling Brighton-based author Peter James’ Not Dead Enough.
Brighton's British Sea Power
are set to release their first new material in four years. Melodic, direct and brimming with emotional urgency, Let The Dancers Inherit The Party
is an album where rock muscularity joins inseparably with pop immediacy like a crate of the finest sparkling wine exploding inside a Marshall stack.
How Does It Feel: Vic Reeves & Giles Andreae Head Samaritans Brew Monday Campaign
A unique collaboration
between comedian Vic Reeves
and Purple Ronnie
creator Giles Andreae
is adding humour and kindness
campaign to get us all talking when times are tough.
Spontaneous Studio Chemistry: Stone Foundation Team Up With The Modfather For New Album
The musical bond between Neil Sheasby
and Neil Jone
s is as concrete as their band name, Stone Foundation.
It needed to be to survive over a decade of trial, error and frequent returns to the drawing board before finding the right direction, one that’s finally led them to their forthcoming album, Street Rituals,
Review: Sister Act @ The Brighton Centre - 11/01/2017
The hit musical comedy Sister Act
is currently in residence at The Brighton Centre.
dropped by the venue on the show's first night and was dazzled
by both the cast and performance.