Sunday, February 23, 2020

Emergency Poems to be prescribed at Jubilee Square to celebrate World...

The world's first mobile poetic first aid service will launch as part of World Poetry Day this month. Taking place in Jubilee Square on Weds 21...

Videoclub to screen Hong Kong artists’ film Both Sides Now

On Tuesday 14 July Brighton’s Fabrica will be hosting another FREE screening courtesy of UK artists’ film platform videoclub and Hong Kong based video...

World’s Oldest Sea Turtle ‘Lulu’ Immortalised In Steel

The 75-year-old sea turtle at Brighton Sea Life Centre is being immortalised in steel, with two sculptures created by Brighton artist Piers Mason. On average,...

Legal & General sponsors Brighton Digital Festival 2019 and hosts Big...

Legal & General Retirement has just announced it is again sponsoring one of the country’s largest celebrations of digital technology and culture this month...

South East Dance hits the streets

This month local residents can take part in free, interactive street performances coordinated by South East Dance, the development organisation for dance in South...

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...

#festiv_alt offer Christmas market with a difference

Jubilee Square will be illuminated for an evening of light based art work and projection on Sat 28 Nov. The event will be a...

All you need to know about Burning The Clocks 2019

Burning The Clocks comes to the streets of Brighton on Sat 21 Dec 2019
A spectacular and unique community event, Burning the Clocks brings the whole city together to mark the shortest day of the year. It sees...

Lily Rigby’s What The Water Gave Me comes to Onca Gallery

There’s nowhere on this island more than 70 miles from the coast. Britain has always held a special relationship with water, rivers and the...

BN1 looks at: Sunday Assembly

It all started in the dark distant past of 2012. Two comedians, Pippa Evans and Sanderson Jones were driving on their way to a...

BN1 Talks To… Tangled Feet

How do you get onto the career ladder, when all the rungs are broken? This is what Tangled Feet are asking, at a time...

Brighton Digital Festival 2014 – final week

Brighton Digital Festival closes this Sunday, after 28 days of adventures in art and artistic investigations into the digital. There is still plenty of...