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Brighton Digital Festival secures sponsorship from Legal and General

Brighton Digital Festival
Brighton employer Legal and General have announced their sponsorship for the Learning and Development Programme as part of Brighton Digital Festival. As part of this...

WIN LOVEBN1 FEST TICKETS

Jessie J
LoveBN1Fest is a celebration of everything Brighton & Hove, a celebration which brings communities and families together for some summer festivities in Preston Park....

Laughable, Brighton

As we head into February, it’s time for another dose of Laughable, the monthly show that welcomes a whole range of comedians to the...

Bestival reveales All Four Headliners and much more!

On Thurs 7 Sep – Sun 10 Sep the much-loved Bestival returns, but not where it used to be! Leaving the Isle of Wight...

Kemp Town Carnival 2014 – Music Schedule

Brighton's biggest and brightest free community street festival, Kemp Town Carnival, returns on Sat 7 June for a day-long celebration of the rich and...

Pay a visit to Sailor Jerry’s Amp Bar at The Great...

Crank up the soundtrack and amplify the energy with Sailor Jerry, the bold and smooth spiced rum, as its new Amp Bar takes centre...

AVENUE Q AT THE OLD MARKET, BRIGHTON

This Tuesday 11 February, Brighton Theatre Group brings ‘the musical of the decade’ to local audiences as the magic of Avenue Q comes to...

Brighton Digital Festival: Talking tech with Genevieve Smith-Nunes

“It’s like an all-you-can-eat buffet of digital cultural tech.” That’s how Genevieve Smith-Nunes sees Brighton Digital Festival - a month long celebration of digital...

Brighton Museum kick off International Women’s Day celebrations

The city's International Women's Day celebrations will kick off at Brighton Museum and Brighton Dome. There will be a specially curated programme of inspiring...

Gigs and Nightlife coming up this April

The Xcerts
 Henge // Sat 6 Apr at the Haunt  To mark the first anniversary of Professor Stephen Hawking’s death, Henge are both touring and releasing the...

Electric at Brighton Fringe – review

Why does swearing sound so good with an Irish accent? I heard a selection of profanities at Electric, a play by Ali Hardiman and performed...

Stars to make a splash at WhaleFest!

WhaleFest’s celebrity speakers will gather at Brighton beach’s symbolic ‘Whale Graveyard’ at 10.30am on Sat 14 Mar, marking the opening of the fourth annual...