Coming To The Haunt Brighton: Basement Revolver Take A Chill Pill On New Heavy Eyes Collection
Bringing together the talents of Chrisy Hurn (vocals, guitar), Nimal Agalawatte (bass, synth) and Brandon Munro (drums), the band hail from Hamilton, Ontario and were named Basement Revolver
due to Chrisy's basement apartment, rather than any trigger happy leanings.
Bloody Southerners: Brian Clough & Peter Taylor’s Brighton & Hove Odyssey
Sat in the TV room at The Courtlands Hotel, in Hove, on the evening of 1st December 1973, with just one other guest. That was a twelve year-old me (ed) and a sockless and scowling Brian Clough
. On the screen were 'the highlights' of Brighton & Hove Albion
getting hammered 2-8 by Bristol Rovers. Clough was the co-manager of the Albion!
Vessel: Practice Of Anchoritisim Unearthed In Lewes & Brought To A Stage In Brighton
A follow up to Sue MacLaine's
award winning work Can I Start Again Please
takes inspiration from the remarkable history of Anchoritism
to ask if voluntary solitude could ever be defined as a political act.
National Lottery Funding Awarded To Establish UK's First Centre Of Excellence For Urban & Electronic Music In Worthing
Sussex-based music charity, AudioActive
, has taken a big step towards their vision to establish the UK's first centre for excellence for the talent development of marginalised and under-represented artists in Worthing, thanks to £92,618
National Lottery funding through Arts Council England.
Unite Against Dementia: Local Girl Teams-Up With Dame Barbara Windsor's Niece @ Brighton & Hove Memory Walk
Interview: Ian Hislop & Nick Newman Talk Trial By Laughter Ahead Of Brighton Residency
and Nick Newman
have taken inspiration from real life events for their new play Trial by Laughter
, based on their critically acclaimed original BBC Radio 4 drama of the same name.
POT: From The Writer Of Diary Of A Hounslow Girl Comes Thriller Revealing Hidden Lives Of Britain’s Invisible Children
In the year that has seen knife crime in the UK
soar to an unprecedented level, writer and actress Ambreen Razia,
, which goes inside the corrupt and violent world of inner city gang culture.
New Street Mural Championing Women Supporting Women Appears In Brighton
joined forces with Alice Skinner
and a team of street artists to create two inspiring murals. The artworks celebrate the collaborative efforts of women,
who support each other's 'brow-raising'
actions and accomplishments.