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Brighton Journal | 12th November 2019

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Posts ByHenrietta Tinker, Author at Brighton Journal

Ghost Stories from Brighton’s Haunted History

16th October 2019 |

Halloween is approaching but it’s not all sweets and pumpkins. Originating from the Pagan celebration Samhain, Halloween is the night when the veil is thinnest between the worlds. The promise of ghosts this time of year brings plenty of tourists … Read More

Happy Hallowclean! Silent Disco Beach Clean

15th October 2019 |

This Halloween Pier 2 Pier are bringing their Hallowclean Silent Disco Beach Clean back for its third year running! So put on your costume, grab your headphones and get ready to groove to some spooky tunes.

Halloween usually means costumes … Read More

Record Breaking Weekend for Black Women Athletes

15th October 2019 |

Over the weekend athletes Coco Gauff, Brigid Kosgei and Simone Biles absolutely smashed it in their respective sports. With their amazing wins they broke world records, pushing the boundaries for women’s achievement in the sport’s world.

Olympian athlete Simone Biles … Read More

Glynebourne gala for homelessness charity

10th October 2019 |

Glyndebourne Opera House is hosting a gala to raise money for homelessness charity HOMELINK. The event with take place on 17th November with presenters including Eddie Izzard, Steve Coogan and Zoe Lyons.

The charity gala will include soloists, groups, choirs … Read More

The Grand Brighton hosting Chefs’ Table 2019

1st October 2019 |

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The Grand Brighton has just announced that it will be hosting Chefs’ Table 2019 on Wednesday 20th November. Proceeds from this event will go to Rockinghorse Children’s Charity.

This year, five of Brighton’s most talented chefs will … Read More

What happened to Aunt Lydia? A review of Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Testaments’

1st October 2019 |

Margaret Atwood returns to the dystopian Gilead in The Testaments, thirty years after The Handmaid’s Tale was released. The Handmaid’s Tale’s prestigious reputation and the popularity of the Netflix adaption have made Atwood’s new novel highly anticipated. 

Before it was … Read More

Sleepout for The Sanctuary at Brighton Open Air Theatre

19th September 2019 |

On Saturday 28th September, Brighton Open Air Theatre will be hosting Sleepout for The Sanctuary to raise money for The Clock Tower Sanctuary. This event promises storytelling, songs and sunset yoga, as well as a memorable night’s sleep under the … Read More

Gigs of the Week, 16th-22nd September

16th September 2019 |

This week the Brighton music scene is offering up an amazing selection of gigs from rock ‘n’ roll to drum & bass and pop, from contemporary alternative to 80s classics. Local and international talent return to play you a gig … Read More