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| September 25, 2018

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‘A Realm Of Palatial Luxury’ – A Review Of The Ivy In The Lanes Restaurant

May 31, 2018 | 1

The last time Brighton Journal committed to a review of a restaurant on Ship Street, the night ended in catastrophe for all concerned. That was at the dearly departed Asian fusion restaurant The Rickshaw – she of the confused staff, … Read More

Humans Of Brighton – Jennie Moloney aka Mittens The Musical Kitten

May 20, 2018 |

Brighton Journal spotted this adorable kitty-cat on the seafront near Yellowave Beach Sports Centre, where Jennie Moloney (23) had been booked to perform at one lucky child’s birthday party. With a look like this we just HAD to stop her … Read More

Miraculous! Danny Lee Grew Conjures Fun For The Kids At Brighton Fringe

May 16, 2018 |

The first time Brighton Journal encountered magician Danny Lee Grew was by chance as he was attempting to perform his ‘Miraculous Magic’ show in Royal Pavilion Gardens over the bank holiday weekend. The (by that point) flustered sorceror was having … Read More

England Rugby Stars Head To Brighton Training Camp On Monday

May 11, 2018 |

The England Rugby Team are set to head to a training camp in Brighton on Monday 14th May, ahead of a tour of South Africa which kicks off next month. England’s tough-talking Head Coach Eddie Jones is known to favour … Read More

“It Won’t Go Wrong….” An Interview With Tim Coakley, Writer Of The New Fringe Play “What’s Wrong With Monotony”

May 4, 2018 |

Tim Coakley is the writer of the play “What’s Wrong With Montony”, which debuts at Rialto Theatre this evening. In the play he essays a couch-bound writer who frustrates his own cast by failing to complete a script regardless of … Read More

The ‘Play That Doesn’t Like Plays’ Is On At Rialto Theatre Tomorrow. Let’s Get Iconoclastic!

May 3, 2018 |

A new, utterly iconcoclastic play premiering at this year’s Brighton Fringe tomorrow promises to live up to the festival’s zany reputation. Billed as “a play that doesn’t like plays and has been written to satirise all of them”, ‘What’s … Read More

“Spring Heeled Jack was seen in Brighton!” an interview with Nick Richmond.

April 7, 2018 |

Nick Richmond runs a number of walking tour in Brighton. He has also run a number of events related to horror and steampunk and horror in the city.

You have an event coming up shortly?

The event is tracing the … Read More

Vegan Eat Of The Week – Vegan Pop-up, SuperDoux!

April 6, 2018 | 1

This week’s Vegan Eat Of The Week is a vegan pop-up restaurant, SuperDoux. As with all pop-ups you will want to get along before they move elsewhere. Just to add to that sense of urgency, they are are switching to their … Read More

“People Of Brighton! Look At Me And Tremble!” – Oh No! It’s Professor Elemental!

March 31, 2018 |

It had been a number of years since The Brighton Journal had received any contact from one of Brighton’s few true musical colossi – also a fashion icon, groundbreaking inventor and man of mystery. Responding to a sudden and urgent … Read More

Meet Moog – Another Amazing Brighton Story!

March 3, 2018 |

Worthing and Brighton resident Moog directed and produced the videos which helped propel Brighton-based Chap-Hop megastar Professor Elemental to fame and well, more fame. In this exposé he reveals the clashes, tears and a heart-warming tale of friendship and chummeryRead More