Sunday, August 25, 2019

Romeo and Juliet at Brighton Open Air Theatre – review

There is no better small theatre company than This Is My Theatre. This adaption of Romeo and Juliet shows a consistent ability to deliver...

Moving Still exhibition – review

Rebecca Possar explores Lyn Holly Coorg’s Moving Still exhibition, continues at 35 North art gallery until Sun 30 June 2019.
Moving Still is Brighton based photographer Lyn Holly Coorg's first solo exhibition. It showcases her view on the world and her aim is to...

The Charleston Festival – review

CLF Promo by Electric Egg
Set in the grounds of Charleston Farmhouse, former residence of the Bloomsbury Group, first-time visitors to the Charleston Festival, now in its thirtieth iteration,...

Firle Vintage Fair returns for 2019

Offering the best in all things retro, Firle Vintage Fair returns to Firle Park in Sussex on Fri 9 – Sun 11 Aug 2019
On Fri 9 – Sun 11 Aug the much awaited Firle Vintage Fair is coming to near the idyllic town of Lewes. A festival...

Brainchild Festival: Music, arts, and poetry right on your doorstep

Brainchild Festival 2 - by Alex Gray
Festivals have become an ever-expanding competitive market in the UK, all drawing huge audiences contributing to a multi-billion pound industry. With so much choice...

STARE brings bold new exhibition to Brighton Fringe

STARE, an exhibition creating open conversations on body consciousness, comes to Brighton’s ONCA gallery on Tues 14 – Sun 19 May, as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
STARE is the debut exhibition from Ripple Art Collective. The group of women open conversations on body consciousness and other issues concerning society, sexism...

Junior Tomlin, legendary rave flyer artist – interview

BN1 talks to Junior Tomlin, legendary rave flyer illustrator and cover artist for new compilation, Calling The Hardcore – Volume 2
Successfully navigating the divide between physical paints and digital creation in the late 80s/early 90s, Junior Tomlin also indivertibly found himself helping forge some...

MYBRIGHTON & HOVE Photo Project – Unframed Lives comes to Brighton...

MYBRIGHTON & HOVE Photo Project exhibition, Unframed Lives, comes to One Church Brighton on Mon 13 - Fri 31 May 2019
Unframed Lives is a photographic exhibition, panel event and installation for Brighton Fringe in May 2019. It’s a creative collaboration between people who have experienced homelessness,...

BN1 recommends… Artist Open Houses 2019

Pier art
Brighton's Artist Open House Festival is back this Spring to display incredible artworks from creatives all over Brighton & Hove. We have collected a...

Victoria Suvoroff’s StalkHer – Brighton Fringe 2019

Victoria Suvoroff brings StalkHer to Gallery Lock In on Sat 3 May – Sun 2 June as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
Visual artist Victoria Suvoroff brings a compelling work to Gallery Lock In on Sat 3 May – Sun 2 June as part of Brighton...

BN1 chats to… Our cover star Manic Minotaur

Manic
This month’s awesome cover art was designed for BN1 by local artist and illustrator, Manic Minotaur. Minotaur is no stranger to the Brighton art scene, you...

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...