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St Patrick’s Day in Brighton

St Patrick's Day
It's finally the time of year when you're expected whip out your best emerald green gear (or whatever you can find in your cupboard...

Dr Rosy Carrick and her Passionate Machine

Passionate Machine image
We have all wished we could travel back in time at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for nostalgia, to prevent an event...

Craft beer and cider lovers offered seasonal refreshment in Hanover

HOTH FEST
If you’re looking for an alternative way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day this weekend, check out Brighton Bier's HOTH FEST. Launching at their recently opened...

John Brittain’s ‘Rotterdam’ celebrates diversity in theatre

Hartshorn
Gender and identity have continued to be at the heart of theatre since performance began in the ancient Greek era – but how integrated...

Brighton Comedy Garden: our very own comedy festival!

Rachel Parris Comedy Garden
This summer, between Wed 19 Jun – Sun 23 Jun, the very first Brighton Comedy Garden will plant its roots within the beautiful Preston...

Photographer Rosie Matheson and the gaze on masculinity

Elliot by Rosie Matheson
With women so often being the photographed subject, Rosie Matheson’s hyped series, Boys, refreshingly turns the lens towards young men, beautifully depicting an under-communicated...

What to Lookout For at Brighton Podcast Festival

Not alike any festival that the city has seen before, WAVES will be the inaugural podcast festival in Brighton & Hove. From Tue 2...

South East Dance announces all-women dance programme for 2020

Lindsey Butcher, Gravity & Levity - by Mark Morreau,
Part of the launch programme for South East Dance’s new home for dance, The Dance Space, 20:20 Vision aims to address long-standing gender imbalances...

Baby Face: Edinburgh’s feminist triumph begins UK tour

Baby Face - by Daniel Hughes
Modern day feminism has focused on empowering marginalised groups in our society, in particular giving women a voice to speak up. Performance artist Katy...

Love Supreme Festival Adds 25 New Acts

Europe's largest outdoor jazz festival has announced another wave of acts for this summer’s event, which returns to Glynde Place in East Sussex from...

FILM REVIEW: Capernaum

Capernaum is a Realist drama with minor discrepancies set in contemporary Lebanon about a prepubescent boy who’s sues his parent’s for being born after...

What’s Happening: The Arch in March

A staple in Brighton’s nightlife scene, The Arch is always hosting top-tier club nights, with this month being no exception. We have the run-down...