Guest Director Of Brighton Festival 2015 Signs Up To ONCA Centre For Arts And Ecology
Brighton’s ONCA Centre for Arts and Ecology is celebrating the news that award-winning novelist Ali Smith has become a Patron, whilst Arts Council England has awarded the gallery and creative space funding of £75,000.
One Album Per Hour: Beardyman Will Create Two Uniquely Stylised Albums Live In Brighton
One Album Per Hour
Interview: Brighton Author’s New Book About Her Campaign To Save The Cats Of Sicily
use a collaborative creative process, gathering song titles and genres from his audience suggestions and turning them into a uniquely stylised album
produced live in front of their very eyes.
Local author and travel writer Jennifer Pulling
had been to Sicily many times and thought she knew the island well. That was, until she stumbled over the cruel fate
that faced many of Sicily's cats.
Brighton Resident Joined Nearly Naked Protesters To Create 'River Of Blood' Outside Pamplona's Bullring
Wearing only 'bull horns'
and holding a sign reading, 'Pamplona's Streets Are Stained With Bull's Blood',
32-year-old Dara Fitzgerald from Brighton was at the head of 100 activists from PETA
and Spanish animal rights group AnimaNaturalis
to protest the city's Running of the Bulls event.
Trespass: Mark Thomas Sets Out To Make Playgrounds From Privilege @ The Old Market
Fondly referred to by the Metropolitan Police
as 'general rabble-rouser'
and 'alleged comedian',
the very same Mark Thomas
has created Trespass,
which carries on from where his previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent l
Gardens Across Brighton Will Open Their Gates In Aid Of Local Hospice
This month six gardens across the city
will be open for members of the public to look around and admire, with some also holding cake or plant sales, to raise money for the Martlets Hospice.