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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...

Joker Film Review – The Beginning Of A New Era?

Joker Film
Arguably the most anticipated movie of the year, the film has already won the Golden Lion award at Venice film festival and has been...

Rob Beckett comes to Brighton – interview

Rob Beckett’s comedy has long been packing a solid punch, so he’s found the ideal title for his new touring show in Wallop! The...

BN1 talks to… Elf Lyons

BN1 talks to performer, writer, clown and comedian Elf Lyons, as she brings her new Love Songs to Guinea Pigs show to Brighton’s Komedia on Weds 9 Oct 2019
Following her sold out run at last year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, 2017’s Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Show Nominee Elf Lyons hits the road with...

Ocean Film Festival World Tour heads to Brighton

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is back for 2018, bringing an evening of inspirational ocean-themed films to more than 35 locations across the...

Angel of Brighton artist to create new mural for Edward Street...

Local artist Cosmo Sarson, the creator of The Angel Of Brighton, has been selected to paint a huge mural the at Edward Street Quarter
A local artist has been selected to paint a huge mural on an exterior wall at Edward Street Quarter, the mixed-use development coming to...

Sarah Nicolls turning 130 years of history inside out with new...

Sarah Nicolls is turning the traditional piano upside down, with her innovative Standing Grand
Brighton-based entrepreneur and pianist Sarah Nicolls is using aerospace engineering to make the classical instrument so light and portable it can be picked up...

Judith Kerr and The Tiger Who Came to Tea head to...

Bateman’s, Ruyard Kipling’s famous home in East Sussex, is presenting an exhibition exploring the life and celebrate the work of Judith Kerr - one of Britain's best known author–illustrators
Bateman’s is presenting an exhibition which will explore the life and celebrate the work of one of Britain's best known author–illustrators for children, Judith...

Tom Gates books come to life at Theatre Royal Brighton

The award-winning Tom Gates books come to life at Theatre Royal Brighton on Weds 2 – Sat 5 Oct 2019
The award-winning Tom Gates series of books are coming to the stage of Theatre Royal Brighton for the very first time as part of...