Countdown To Brighton Festival 2018
Local resident and Brighton Festival 2018
Guest Director, David Shrigley
, is best known for his darkly humorous works that comment on the absurd, inconsequential and disquieting elements of daily life.
Young People From Brighton To Benefit From International Photographic Initiative
Eight young people from the Brighton and Hove area have been offered the opportunity to learn the art of professional photography with the The Wembley to Soweto Foundation
, an international charity founded by Brighton-based actor and producer, David Westhead.
Showcasing Scotland At Brighton's Great Escape Festival 2018
will support nine top Scottish acts to perform at two Showcasing Scotland
concerts at The Great Escape
2018, in Brighton - one of the most important platforms for new music in the world attracting over 3,500 key industry figures on the look-out for new talent.
BeMoreMartyn: Life Of Manchester Arena Bomb Victim Martyn Hett Celebrated In New Brighton Fringe Play
A play about the life of Manchester Arena bomb victim Martyn Hett
is set to come to the Brighton Fringe
almost one year since the tragic event.
Hove Author Brian Anderson Writes A Forgotten History Of The Fight For Homosexual Rights In England
“The issue of homosexuality is very topical at the moment and this is an innovative work. This book records a largely forgotten history and biography of two key figures in the fight against sexual discrimination,”
says Hove resident Brian Anderson
of his new book.
Superorganism: Worldly Collective Whirl Their Wonky Kaleidoscopic Musical Fun @ The Great Escape Festival
Review: Marillion @ Brighton Dome Concert Hall
is a London-based, eight person collective of international musicians
and pop culture junkies
from Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand and the UK, who have, in just eighteen months, amassed a global fan base and acclaimed début album.
Riding the wave of success and universal critical acclaim for their most recent album, F.E.A.R
graced the stage at Brighton Dome
last night (16/4/18) and served up an epic and confident display of prog.
The World According To Foggy: Interview With Superbike Legend Carl Fogarty
He's still the undisputed champion of Superbike;
the most successful rider ever in the sport's history. Now Carl Fogarty
is fifteen years into a retirement that has seen him be crowned King of the Jungle and trek across Patagonia, but, as for any former champion, giving up the sport that made him a household name has been no easy task.