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Epic new storytelling project 365: Stories + Music heads to Brighton

Bold, tender, full of old truths and distilled modern wit, 365: Stories and Music is an epic narrative built on the beauty of the...

BN1 talks to… Christina Bianco

With a storming Edinburgh Festival Fringe run and her First Impressions UK tour now underway, it’s turning out to be a great year for...

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...

Win a pair of tickets to see Ardal O’Hanlon at the...

Ardal O'Hanlon Competition Brighton
The Showing Off Must Go On BN1 Magazine has teamed up with the Brighton Dome to offer two pairs of tickets to give away as...

Alcotraz, London’s immersive cocktail experience, heads to Brighton

London’s notorious prison-themed immersive cocktail experience is opening a new pop-up site in Brighton on Fri 25 Oct. Alcotraz is a pioneering immersive cocktail experience....

Alternate Realities exhibition comes to Lighthouse Brighton

As part of the 2019 Brighton Digital Festival, contemporary art charity Lighthouse is exhibiting three interactive and immersive artworks from the internationally renowned Sheffield...

Brighton Dome holds family friendly events for October half term

Families looking for something a bit different to do this half-term will find a whole range of events for children of all ages. Experience...

To the Moon VR expereince at ACCA – Review

To The Moon
To the Moon is a VR installation artwork created by artists Laurie Anderson and Hsin-Chien Huang to commemorate the 50thanniversary of the moon landing. Let’s...

Oska Bright Film Festival comes to Hove!

Oska Film Festival comes to Hove
Started in 2004, by a group of learning-disabled filmmakers who’d nowhere to present their work, Oska Bright Film Festival has become the largest event...

Joanna Neary brings The Crab Prince to Komedia

Award-winning character comedian Joanna Neary brings her her new children’s show, The Crab Prince, to Brighton’s Komedia on Sun 3 Nov 2019
Character comedian Joanna Neary puts her observational brilliance and off-kilter wit to work in a new interactive show for children aged 4-8. The Crab...

Brydon, Mack and Mitchell live review

Brydon, Mack and Mitchell review
I am a big fan of the Would I Lie To You BBC show, so when I heard Brydon, Mack and Mitchell were coming...

The Coast is Queer Review

Coast is Queer
‘I like to make a moment, momentous’ Eley Williams, the opening speaker of new Literary festival The Coast Is Queer tells us. She’s speaking...