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Thursday 21 Oct 2021

The Brighton Magazine

Hasting Fat Tuesday Announce Sussex-Based Electronic Experimental Music Festival Sonics 2022
Sonics 2022 is a three-day festival of ground-breaking experimental, electronic, and underground culture taking place in the newly renovated space, The Observer Building, Hastings, across the weekend of 21/22/23 October 2022.

Illustrator Raymond Briggs Remembered For His Life In Sussex & Strong Links With University Of Brighton
Though born in London, Raymond Briggs - creator of illustrations as diverse as The Snowman and When The Wind Blows, who has died at the age of 88 - became a long-time resident of Sussex, and forged strong links with the University of Brighton.

Oisin Mod's Warm Analogue Tumble Of Music Is Captured For A Debut Album Deemed Close To Perfection
Every once in a while, a record comes along seemingly from nowhere that is so perfectly formed it almost beggars belief. Honeycomb by Oisin Mod is precisely one of those records. 

Big Name VIPs Joined Thousands Of Fans Who Flocked To Week One Of The Ultimate Exhibition Of Memorabilia Of The Jam And The Style Council
Thousands flocked to the first week of This Is The Modern World - the largest exhibition ever of memorabilia from The Jam And The Style Council, plus, talks, live concerts, film screenings at Valley Gardens, Brighton. 

Martlets Hospice Calls For Brave Brightonians To Walk Barefoot Over Hot Coals For Fundraising Event
Martlets is calling for daring people to walk barefoot over hot coals and raise funds for life-changing hospice care in our community this October. 

Young Mascots Fulfilled Football Dreams @ Womens EURO 2022 In Brighton
Three aspiring young football fans have described their experiences as they took centre stage at this year's UEFA Women's EURO 2022 tournament as referee mascots on the pitch in Brighton. 

Brighton Honours Pioneer Who Fused Her Passion For Social Care With Love Of Creative Arts
An Honorary degree of Doctor of Arts has been awarded by the University of Brighton to Turner Prize-winning artist Helen Cammock, who has carved out a unique career uniting creative arts and social care - as well as championing the vital role of creative arts in society generally.

Alzheimer's Society Warns LGBTQ People With Dementia In Sussex Need Better Support
An Eastbourne woman says she faces being 'double stigmatised' and is backing calls from Alzheimer's Society for better support for LGBTQ+ people living with dementia.
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