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Review: Happy Mondays & Inspiral Carpets & Stereo MCs @ Brighton Dome Concert Hall
In the late 80s Manchester briefly became Madchester, writes Beat The Clock record shop owner, Stuart Avis. Spearheading the movement were the Happy Mondays, who headlined Brighton Dome Concert Hall, on Sunday, bringing with them friendly rivals Inspiral Carpets and London's boat-missers, Stereo MCs.

Latest Brighton-Based Brains @ The Bevy Event To Explore Writing True Crime & Forensic Psychology
In Brighton crime writer Kim Donovan and forensic psychologist Dr Gemma Graham will share expert insights on the mystery of true crime stories and how to write them.

Brighton Student Earns Spot On Top European Space Agency Cyber Security Training Programme
University of Brighton student, Lewis Heap, is one of an elite few picked from 22 countries to attend the advanced cyber security training programme in Belgium.

Safeguarding Women In Brighton With Life-Changing App & Access To Safe Spaces
A partnership between personal safety app WalkSafe and Admiral has proved vital in safeguarding women in Brighton and now women in the area are being urged to download the free app and use the Safe Spaces initiative. 


Andrew Comben To Step Down As Chief Executive Of Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival
It has been announced that Andrew Comben will step down as Chief Executive Officer of Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival later this year.

Trio To Run This Weekend's Brighton Marathon For Local Homelessness Charity
Three runners, including a formerly homeless man, are teaming up to run the Brighton Marathon this Sunday – 7th April – in support of homelessness charity Sussex Emmaus.

Local Student Reports On Brighton & Hove Albion & Other Sussex Sides On Way To Being Crowned Top Sports Journalist @ UK Awards
University of Brighton student, Leon Imber, has been named Student Sports Journalist of the year at the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) Awards.

Review: Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark @ Brighton Dome Concert Hall
Forty-five years on from their debut single, Electricity - writes Beat the Clock proprietor, Stuart Avis - OMD's trail of ups and downs to their Bauhaus Staircase, as featured last night at Brighton Dome, has been a journey where the peaks render the troughs almost negligible and forgotten. 
 
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