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Six new artworks for Brighton Digital Festival

Brighton Digital Festival today announces six new artworks that will be exhibited across Brighton as part of its month-long celebration of digital culture. The...

Concorde 2 offer Alternative Notting Hill All Dayer

Brighton's answer to Notting Hill Carnival returns on Mon 25 Aug. This family friendly event has become a bit of a spectacular on the...

I Dream Of Wires comes to Brighton

An independent documentary about the development of the modular synthesizer, I Dream Of Wires is a much a history of music, as it is...

Brighton Pride 2014 in Pictures

  If it’s the first weekend of August it must be Brighton & Hove Pride! So we sent photographer David Smith out and about to immortalise...

PolarSnap record the Good Times.

Combining the leading edge of digital networking, with the retro chic of Polaroid pictures, PolarSnap is offering a new way to capture cherished memories...

MOOT bring Ursula Oppens to Brighton

MOOT have announced they are bringing the brilliant American pianist Ursula Oppens to Brighton on Fri 19 Sept 2014. Oppens will be performing Ravel...

BN1 Chats with… Dakota Blue Richards

By Holly Cozens Sussex actress Dakota Blue Richards burst onto our screens for the first time in 2007 as young Lyra in ‘The Golden Compass’. She has gone...

Exile: A Living of Forest comes to ONCA

ONCA Trust and Gallery hosts Exile: A Living of Forest, in partnership with the Born Free Foundation, Thu 7 Aug – Wed 14 Sept...

Rock Of Ages comes to Theatre Royal

At the tender age of 19, Noel Sullivan found he was a household name, thanks to his inclusion in reality pop group ‘Hear’Say’. Now...

Zoe Lyons talks about Rainbow Fund

We needed to find out more about Rainbow Fund, a charity recipient of money raised by Brighton & Hove Pride. Hearing that the wonderful...

BN1 chats to… Noel Sullivan

At the tender age of 19, Noel Sullivan found he was a household name, thanks to his inclusion in reality pop group ‘Hear'Say’. Now...

Edinburgh Festival comes to Brighton Odeon

Hibrow, the digital arts pioneers, are taking Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s biggest arts festival, out of its cobbled confines and into Brighton’s Odeon...