Wednesday, July 8, 2020
I know what you’re thinking: the world’s strange enough as it is at the moment, in the grip of Covid-19, how can life get any weirder?  Well, rest assured,...

Aldi launches hunt for the UK’s best at-home bar

Following months of lockdown, it’s no surprise the nation has turned its hand to DIY projects, with some more extravagant than others. From stylish...

Brighton Dome Receives Support from Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund

Brighton Dome has received vital support from Arts Council England (ACE) in response to its closure caused by the Covid-19 crisis. The registered arts...

Light It In Red illuminates funding fears for arts in Brighton

Arts venues across Brighton & Hove have taken part in the 'Light It In Red' campaign to spotlight the ongoing crisis in the UK...

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6 Easy ways to reduce your plastic waste right now

It's not enough to just recycle anymore - we must make an effort to cut down on our plastic usage. Be a part of...
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Community

Tips To Protect Leather Products

Leather products like sofas, car seats, etc. are expensive and should be kept safe from any harm. Items made from this material often stay...

Financial goals to inspire the saver in you

Why do people put so much time and effort into saving? Surely it's better to live in the moment and enjoy your money while...

Weird world – The stranger stories of lockdown

I know what you’re thinking: the world’s strange enough as it is at the moment, in the grip of Covid-19, how can life get...

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Erasure – Andy Bell interview

Like almost every normal person, Andy Bell has been subject to the turmoil of lockdown Britain - unusual scented liquid soap, facemasks and long...

Is this the best comfort food in Brighton & Hove?

If there’s one thing guaranteed to lift your spirits, it’s some nice food. Even more so if you haven’t had to cook anything. So,...

Coming to Netflix in July 2020

Netflix has a whole host of brilliant tv and film coming to the streaming platform throughout this month. We have chosen 10 that you...

‘Let The Music Play’ pressures government to save industry from collapse

New campaign 'Let The Music Play' hopes to protect the UK's £5.2 billion music sector from crumbling due to social distancing rules. The UK's live...

Man Walks Into A Bar – And Is Allowed!

Beer. It’s fantastic. And as nice as a bottle from the fridge is, nothing beats a pint at your favourite pub: a fact so...

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Local school children scoop prizes in Edward Street Quarter colouring competition

Four local schoolchildren have been recognised for their artistic talent and creativity in re-imagining some of Brighton’s most iconic buildings.A recent colouring competition, organised...

Erasure – Andy Bell interview

Like almost every normal person, Andy Bell has been subject to the turmoil of lockdown Britain - unusual scented liquid soap, facemasks and long...

Is this the best comfort food in Brighton & Hove?

If there’s one thing guaranteed to lift your spirits, it’s some nice food. Even more so if you haven’t had to cook anything. So,...

Coming to Netflix in July 2020

Netflix has a whole host of brilliant tv and film coming to the streaming platform throughout this month. We have chosen 10 that you...

‘Let The Music Play’ pressures government to save industry from collapse

New campaign 'Let The Music Play' hopes to protect the UK's £5.2 billion music sector from crumbling due to social distancing rules. The UK's live...

Montezuma’s reopens looking better than ever

July 1st saw the reopening of Brighton’s Montezuma’s store on Duke Street, and it seemed only fair (purely in the name of investigative journalism,...

Sport

Sussex Cricket announces BACA as partner in programme to widen participation

Sussex Cricket is pleased to announce a new three-year partnership agreement between the Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA), the Aldridge Foundation and Sussex Cricket.This...

Premier League Restart: Everything you need to know

The Premier League is set to resume on June 17, provided all safety requirements are in place.Due to the global pandemic, like most events...

Fun Online Activities To Do With Your Friends

Looking for fun and creative ways to stay connected with your pals? Even if you’re far apart, it is easier now than ever before...
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Culture

Brighton Dome Receives Support from Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund

Brighton Dome has received vital support from Arts Council England (ACE) in response to its closure caused by the Covid-19 crisis. The registered arts...

Light It In Red illuminates funding fears for arts in Brighton

Arts venues across Brighton & Hove have taken part in the 'Light It In Red' campaign to spotlight the ongoing crisis in the UK...

Local school children scoop prizes in Edward Street Quarter colouring competition

Four local schoolchildren have been recognised for their artistic talent and creativity in re-imagining some of Brighton’s most iconic buildings.A recent colouring competition, organised...

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6 Easy ways to reduce your plastic waste right now

It's not enough to just recycle anymore - we must make an effort to cut down on our plastic usage. Be a part of...

‘Let The Music Play’ pressures government to save industry from collapse

New campaign 'Let The Music Play' hopes to protect the UK's £5.2 billion music sector from crumbling due to social distancing rules. The UK's live...

Man Walks Into A Bar – And Is Allowed!

Beer. It’s fantastic. And as nice as a bottle from the fridge is, nothing beats a pint at your favourite pub: a fact so...

The Commendable Seven

I believe it was the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who first coined the phrase, “life in lockdown is like one giant long kick in the...

Erasure – Andy Bell interview

Like almost every normal person, Andy Bell has been subject to the turmoil of lockdown Britain - unusual scented liquid soap, facemasks and long...
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Arts

Local school children scoop prizes in Edward Street Quarter colouring competition

Four local schoolchildren have been recognised for their artistic talent and creativity in re-imagining some of Brighton’s most iconic buildings.A recent colouring competition, organised...

A Community Taking Off

Artist, Sarah McBrearty, tells BN1 about Wings, a community art project.I had been attending a one year part-time art foundation course when the whole...

Lighthouse Young Creatives present digital showcase

Today (Tues 24 June), participants of Lighthouse’s talent development programme are presenting a digital showcase, the culmination of 6 months of work. It is...

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Erasure – Andy Bell interview

Like almost every normal person, Andy Bell has been subject to the turmoil of lockdown Britain - unusual scented liquid soap, facemasks and long hair. So now he’s taking...

‘Let The Music Play’ pressures government to save industry from collapse

New campaign 'Let The Music Play' hopes to protect the UK's £5.2 billion music sector from crumbling due to social distancing rules. The UK's live...

United We Stream Brighton continues for a third week

With over 170K views and performances from 21 artists in 7 different venues in first 2 weeks, United We Stream Brighton has showcased some...

New Brighton label to host virtual launch in support of the Hope & Ruin

Brighton's newest label Airdriver Records will host their first launch night virtually this month to help raise money for The Hope & Ruin. Their inaugural...

Travel

What is the Future of the Travel Industry post COVID-19?

Everyone in the world has faced a setback in recent times due to the lockdown and other COVID-19 measures. While some industries are struggling...

Creating your Travel Bucket List for When Life Goes Back to Normal

If you’re the sort of restless soul who’s always travelling from place to place in search of new experiences, then the prospect of the...

Turkish Airlines First Class – review

Being founded in 1933, Turkish Airlines was only the part of the Department of the Ministry of Defense of Turkey under the name Public...
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Fashion

How to Mend Your Clothes

Tearing or ripping clothes can be quite frustrating. Occasionally, those tears might be so large that you have no choice but to throw that...

Montezuma’s reopens looking better than ever

July 1st saw the reopening of Brighton’s Montezuma’s store on Duke Street, and it seemed only fair (purely in the name of investigative journalism,...

Review of Glow Up: Britain’s Next Make-Up Star

Ok, it’s one of those horrendous mornings…it usually happens on a Monday when you’ve got to go to school/college/work/eternally stay at home because of...