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Dear Esther LIVE – Interview with Jessica Curry

When Dear Esther was released, it offered no goals, puzzles or explosions, instead it computer games could be truly cinematic. Last year, composer Jessica...

How to break the ice with your new Uni housemates

break ice new flatmates
You've made it this far. You've got the grades, you've said the teary goodbyes and now you're faced with the daunting task of making...

Gaming Guide April and May 2019

Mortal Kombat 11
Mortal Kombat 11 Release date: Tuesday 23 April Platform: PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC It’s been over four years since Mortal Kombat X was released...

Brighton Festival artist Theresa Lola wins African Poetry Prize

  Brighton Festival artist Theresa Lola has won a prestigious Brunel International African Poetry Prize, scooping a major prize of £3,000 aimed at the development,...

Get Ready For Pride 2019

Pride-Parade-2-by-Sam-Mellish
As we barrel towards summer once again, local Brightonians are winding up for arguably the biggest event on the cities calendar – Pride 2019....

Digital Catapult and Brighton Dome transform audience experiences with 5G

Brighton Dome
In a city recognised for technology firsts, Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival has partnered with Digital Catapult to launch one of the first performance,...

PHIL JERROD SIGNED TO COMEDY AGENCY ‘OFF THE KERB’

Phil Jerrod graduated from Brighton Comedy Course in 2012 and was recently signed to one of the biggest agencies in Britain, Off the Kerb....

Eden Festival Headliner Announced

Eden 2015 will be bringing together the festivals biggest line up to date with over 250 acts performing across 9 stages set in the...

Brighton Music Conference comes to town this month

Brighton Music Conference returns to venues around the city on Weds 25 – Sat 28 April, bringing with it some amazing incredible DJ talent,...

BN1 chat to Emma Thompson about new film The Love Punch

It is not every day you have a reason to go to Claridges, especially not to meet famous film stars such as Emma Thompson...

Eden Festival launches in Croatia

This summer’s adventure begins here! If you needed another reason to party in Croatia, Scotland’s second largest festival – The Eden Festival - has...

Best of Brighton film releases in January

Taken 3 Thurs 8 Jan Does anyone remember when Liam Neeson was the cuddly single dad in Love Actually? Or playing Oscar Schindler? Now he...