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Brighton Journal | 29th January 2020

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Posts ByCaitlin O'Connell, Author at Brighton Journal

Triple Chocolate Christmas Brownies

18th December 2019 |

These brownies will go down an absolute treat with your family and friends, and they are easy to make too!

This Christmas, indulge yourself with these gorgeous gooey brownies and a warm cup of tea. But we warn you: … Read More

‘Burning the Clocks’ Celebration Returns to Light up Brighton this Saturday

16th December 2019 |

Brighton will be a blaze of handmade lanterns this Saturday for the annual ‘Burning the Clocks’ celebration. 

Join in on the procession through the streets to take you on an out-of-this-world journey to the beach, where there will be a … Read More

What’s on This Weekend: 13th – 15th December

12th December 2019 |

Brighton is hosting a wide range of fun events for us this weekend! From festive themed performances to craft markets, there are so many activities for us to enjoy. Why not take a look here for some inspiration? 

Friday 13th … Read More

Artists with Invisible Disabilities Come Together for ‘Visability Arts’ Fair

11th December 2019 |

On the 14th of December, ‘Visability Arts’ will be hosting a winter fair. This will include the artwork made by people with invisible disabilities. The fair spreads awareness for those who are living with these disabilities. Whereas, usually they remain … Read More

What’s on This Weekend: 6th – 8th December

5th December 2019 |

Now that it’s December, Christmas is just around the corner! There are plenty of events for us to choose from this weekend, from Christmas markets and cheese and wine nights to weaving classes and chorus singers – Brighton’s got it … Read More

A Green Christmas: Brighton’s Zero Waste Christmas Market

3rd December 2019 |

It’s that time of year again, the evenings are darker and there’s a crisp frost settling on the streets of Brighton. December has crept up on us very quickly, which means Christmas is just around the corner. Crowds of people … Read More

Gigs of the Week: 2nd – 8th December

2nd December 2019 |

This December, fill your stockings with all of these musical events! Brighton is always hosting incredible gigs for us. From those more alternative bands which are waiting to be discovered to artists which we’ve been listening to for years; there’s a … Read More

Brighton Street Style: 18th November 2019

22nd November 2019 |

As it gets colder, people are finding creative new ways to layer up. North Laine is busy with fashionistas on the hunt for new vintage clothing or beautiful jewellery to shine an outfit up.

There are so many people … Read More

Transgender Day of Remembrance: What is it and Why is it Important?

20th November 2019 |

As Transgender Awareness Week draws to a close, we explore why the past week has been so important to the trans community.

Transgender Awareness week is typically observed on the second week of November. It is a one-week celebration leading up … Read More

‘Chip of Flint – Fragment of Chalk’ by Tania Rutland

14th November 2019 |

If you are looking for exhibitions to go to this November, then make your way down to Phoenix Gallery to view Tania Rutland’s depictions of Sussex.

‘Chip of Flint – Fragment of Chalk’ is a solo exhibition, which features Rutland’s … Read More