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Brighton Pride City Angels: Connecting business and festivity

In Brighton’s Pride Parade, you are sure to encounter a mixture of mythical wonders such as unicorns, phoenixes and perhaps the odd dragon. This...

‘After 82’: the Untold Story of the AIDS pandemic

A feature documentary about the AIDS crisis in the UK was released last month after previewing at cinemas across the country. Dukes at Komedia...

Hastings Contemporary opens

An exciting new independent gallery for the South East, Hastings Contemporary has begun presenting a dynamic programme of modern and contemporary work.
An independent gallery for Hastings and the South East has opened its doors to the public. Set on the historic Stade on the seafront...

Meet the new Brighton gallery for street artists

1:ZE Art has recently opened on Madeira Drive by artist and curator, Barry Surtees as a street art-exclusive gallery. Brighton & Hove flaunts a wealth...

JING’s Massage & Yoga Charity Festival, Raising Money for RISE

JING’s Massage and Yoga charity festival is happening next Friday, July 19th from 10:00-19:00 in Brighton’s central Jubilee Square to raise money for RISE. RISE...

Why an escape room should be on your summer hit-list

The summer holidays are approaching, and whether you have time off from education or work, chances are you’ll be looking for something to pass...

Emma Frankland: ‘Hearty’ comes to Trans Pride

Performer, TV actor and award-winning theatre creator, Emma Frankland, has focussed her energies on discussing gender and identity. Her latest work, Hearty, asks questions...

Gabby Killick – Girlfriend From Hell returns to Caroline Of Brunswick

Returning to Brighton’s Caroline of Brunswick on Sat, 13 July  Girlfriend From Hell – The Bitch Is Back see Gabby Killick build on the...

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...

Wahaca launches Brighton-only taco to fight plastic pollution

Wahaca has launched a campaign to raise money for charity this summer to help clean up Brighton beach and reduce plastic waste. Their 'Brighton...

Brighton Dome celebrates Apollo moon landing’s 50th anniversary

After Museum Of The Moon’s enormous success at this year’s Brighton Festival, Brighton Dome are now celebrating the official anniversary of the Apollo moon...

BN1 Chats with…The Doves

Seminal British Rock Band Heads to Brighton After nearly a decade away, Doves are thrilled to bring their high-octane rock and roll back to Brighton,...