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Duke Of York's Cinema Holds Dementia Friendly Screenings In Brighton
Three different Dementia Friendly screenings will be shown at the Duke of York's cinema in Brighton, with the aim of making cinema more accessible to people with dementia.

Black British LGBT Classic Comes To Brighton's Duke of York's
The Passion of Remembrance, the 1986 groundbreaking feature film by Isaac Julien & Maureen Blackwood that defined the Black experience in the UK, is to be screened at Brighton's Duke of York's. 

Sarah McQuaid: Once More Around For The Studio Bound Irish DADGAD Queen
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Sarah McQuaid sets out on her final UK tour before she takes a year-long break from the road to record a new album. 

Interview: Katie Melua Returns With Gori Women's Choir & The Sounds Of Winter
It is unusual to find Joni Mitchell's River alongside Sergei Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil, but that’s exactly what happens on Katie Melua's latest record, In Winter.

Shine A Light: Billy Bragg & Joe Henry Bring Their Field Songs From The Great American Railroad To Brighton
Like many a British musician before him, Billy Bragg, bard of Barking, singer songwriter, political activist, and musical historian has made no secret of his obsession with the songs and the mythology of the Americas, not least those of his artistic and philosophical forebear Woody Guthrie.  

Glyndebourne: Young Talent Recognised By World Renowned Sussex Opera House
In 2015 William Rennie, 26, originally from Cardiff, and Darwin Prakash, 23, from Delhi in India, were participants of Glyndebourne Academy, based in Sussex, a talent development project for outstanding young singers who face barriers to following a standard path towards music college or a professional singing career.

Review: Nina Conti Brighton @ Dome
Nina Conti whipped out her monkey early. It's a puppet and she used it to get to know that evening's Brighton Dome audience. It's a clever trick from a genius act as it's also a way for Nina to identify who,. later in the act, is going to be chosen to don one of her famous ventriloquist masks.

Brighton Filmmaker Receives Global Recognition For 'Asperger's Syndrome.'
A talented new filmmaker from Brighton has been making waves internationally with an award-winning short film that sheds light on Asperger's Syndrome.
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