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Don Juan heats up Worthing this summer

Don Juan Worthing Theatre
Going to the theatre has been a popular pass time for generations, from the days of Shakespeare to today’s new and upcoming works, like...

The Disco Bug and Bar in Brighton & Hove!

The Bug Bar - Discobug day
Justin Rushmore came up with the idea of serving cocktails, beats and beers from converted VW camper vans back in 2012. He now runs...

On screen with TV and Film this July

toy story
Toy Story 4 Fri 21 June, Cinema The moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here. After what we thought would be the end of...

Home Safe Brighton makes city streets less threatening

Home Safe Brighton bring the Night Light vigil to Brighton’s Pavilion Gardens, on Fri 19 July 2019, 10:30pm - 1am
A new scheme has been developed to make Brighton & Hove’s streets safer at night. Every Saturday night, Home Safe Brighton are patrolling the...

Ten top tips to maximise festival fun

Festival survival Guide - By Eva Rinaldi
Get Ready To Rumble: Get a hold of set times and stages beforehand and plan accordingly to avoid missing your favourite artist or finding...

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...

Joke Boys at Brighton Fringe – review

Germaine Broadbent reviews Joke Boys, as their show hits Arista Café as part of Brighton Fringe 2019
From dog vaginas to fake adults, racist children and genocide, Joke Boys has all the ingredients of good wholesome (not really) comedy and we even...

BN1’s June comedy picks

Brighton Comedy Garden Sean Lock, Sara Pascoe, Henning When, Alan Davies, Rachel Parris, EdByrne all feature in Brighton’s first ever Comedy Garden Festival. The stellar...

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,...

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...