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Brighton Journal | August 17, 2019

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Fabrica Gallery is making art accessible to everyone

August 5, 2019 |

Fabrica Gallery has opened its doors to the public as an accessible artist’s studio, enabling everyone to get involved with art. The project, entitled “Putting Ourselves in the Picture”, is taking place until August 26th, and encourages all members of … Read More

Brighton beach littered with laughing gas canisters after Pride

August 5, 2019 |

Though no official Pride events are held on Brighton beach itself, many residents and tourists flock to the iconic seafront over the course of Pride weekend. This year’s post-Pride beach clean found the seafront littered with thousands of balloons and … Read More

Gigs of the Week: 5th – 11th August

August 5, 2019 |

The post-Pride In The Park blues are kicking in and so is cloudier weather. Don’t worry. We have put together our top picks of upcoming gigs that are bound to brighten up your week.


Caesar Jones @ Back Beat … Read More

MARINA is coming to the Brighton Centre!

August 2, 2019 |

Following the dazzling success of her recent LOVE + FEAR album, MARINA has announced Part 2 of her ongoing world tour. She will be bringing her distinctive mezzo-soprano vocals and inventive electro-pop instrumentals to the Brighton Centre on the … Read More

Seahaven Wildlife Rescue need your help!

August 2, 2019 |

Seahaven Wildlife Rescue need residents’ help to relocate. Based just around the corner in Newhaven, Seahaven Wildlife Rescue provide crucial emergency aid to wildlife between Telscombe and East Dean.

The centre is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating injured wild birds … Read More

Your alternative guide to Brighton Pride

August 2, 2019 |

Not fancying the party in Preston Park? There are plenty of alternative ways to celebrate Brighton and Hove’s wonderful diversity and LGBTQAI+ community this weekend. Pride brings a number of cultural events to Brighton, from performances to art exhibitions, … Read More

FREE family-friendly days out this summer

August 1, 2019 |

School’s out and apparently so is the sun. Time to get out while it lasts. If you are struggling to come up with cheap days out and about in the Brighton area, we have hopefully got you covered. Here … Read More

Local campaigners demand ban on Brighton jet skis

July 31, 2019 |

There are increasing reports of jet ski users breaching swim-only buoy areas along the seafront, often exceeding the 5mph speed limit by up to more than ten times its limit. The council’s lifeguards face the possibility of near-incidents, especially … Read More

Heather Glazzard’s ‘Queer Letters’ project features in Jubilee Library

July 30, 2019 |

London-based artist and photographer Heather Glazzard has a current exhibition in Jubilee Library as a part of Brighton and Hove’s #WeStandTogether campaign. The campaign is a “call to action” to stand against discrimination as the city celebrates Pride (Pride … Read More

New mayor begins council meetings with poetry rather than prayer

July 30, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove mayor, Alex Phillips, has replaced the tradition of prayer before council meetings with poetry readings by local schoolchildren. Two pupils were invited from Patcham High School to begin the mayor’s first council meeting last Thursday. This … Read More