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Normanton Street explains about the upcoming MOVES Festival

Brighton’s music scene is consistently thriving thanks to the strong sense of solidarity that is found within it. It also helps that so many...

Conservationists build Royal Pavilion replica out of plants in aid of...

New report reveals plants can absorb the emissions of every vehicle in the UK A giant green replica of one of Brighton's most famous landmarks has been installed...

Hidden Herd Festival 2019

Hidden Herd Festival is returning to Brighton for a second year, with the massive one-day new music event to be held at Patterns on...

Fundraising sleepout for the Brighton homeless

By Pulo MakaulaAs we all have seen when we walk through the streets surrounding Brighton, there is a problem with the number of homeless...

Lauryn Hill Announced to Headline Sunday Night at Love Supreme Jazz...

One of the biggest female voices of the 90s, Lauryn Hill rose to prominence as lead singer of The Fugees before going on to...

Behind Rainbow Fund – the charity supported by Brighton Pride year...

If you’re one of the 200,000 people lining the route of the annual Pride Community Parade, you’ll see The Rainbow Fund’s banner leading the way. If...

Mutations Festival returns with a stellar line up

Brighton & Hove has often struggled to get on the music festival map for some reason. Of it’s two largest events, one offers almost...

Trope with Salena Godden and others come to The Basement

Brighton Dome’s incredible spoken word showcase returns to The Basement on Fri 22 March. Once again, it’ll feature top UK artists, local musicians, a...

VegFest returns in 2019

Calling all vegans and vegaholics, one of the biggest vegan festivals in Europe returns to the Brighton coast for its 10th year anniversary. Vegfest...

This Weekends Best Gigs in Brighton

As the weekend sneaks up once again, we have a handful of gigs to tell you about so that you can get the most...

Voting for the Brighton Restaurant Awards 2019 opens next week

Returning for their third year, The Brighton Restaurants Awards Vote Online (BRAVO) is a chance for the public to choose and celebrate their favourite...

Brighton campaign launches to make HIV stigma history

The Brighton-based Martin Fisher Foundation has launched their Making HIV-Stigma History campaign. A series of short factual films and animations are running across social...