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Brighton aims to take third West Ham win in a row tonight

October 5, 2018 |

Albion hope to make it three out of three against West Ham since being promoted back into the Premier League.

 

Brighton and Hove Albion will host West Ham United at the Amex Stadium for a Friday night of Premier League … Read More

New plan for Brighton economy to focus on creating more jobs for sustainability

October 5, 2018 |

Green Party councillors are pushing for a new Economic Strategy to realise Brighton’s potential for green industries to create hundreds of jobs.

 

Proposals for the new strategy arose in a meeting with the Tourism, Development and Culture Committee last … Read More

What’s on in Brighton – 5th-7th October

October 4, 2018 |

Are you looking for something exciting to do in Brighton this weekend? Brighton Journal is here as usual with a guide to the weekend to suggest some of the best events available to attend in the city, including the return … Read More

Hackathon event in Brighton targets gender inequality in the workplace

October 3, 2018 |

Brighton welcomes the hackathon known as SINC_HACK >17%. As part of the Brighton Digital Festival and Ada Lovelace Day, Sussex Innovation Centre will be hosting the free event to celebrate diversity in the workplace. Situated on the University of Sussex campus, the … Read More

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar to close after seven years of live music

October 3, 2018 | 1

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar has announced its closure at the end of the year after seven years as a live music venue.

 

The bar, run by Creative Director, Sally Oakenfold, revealed yesterday they would be closing on 31st December due … Read More

Gigs of the week in Brighton: 2nd – 7th October

October 2, 2018 |

From modern jazz music to reggae-pop fusion, Brighton and Hove has a plethora of music booked for this week. Brighton Journal has located some of the best gigs available, with an eclectic range of genres being exhibited in venues all … Read More

Committee to consider safety in next phase of Valley Gardens project

October 2, 2018 |

The Brighton and Hove City Council will hold a public consultation to consider the design and develop safety in the Phase 3 area within the Valley Gardens project.

 

The existing area has the highest collision rate in the city, … Read More

Opening night of ‘Storytelling’ exhibition at Kellie Miller Arts

October 2, 2018 |

Kellie Miller Arts gallery hosted the opening night of their brand new ‘Storytelling’ exhibition in the Laines in Brighton on Friday. The gallery was packed with people from start to finish all wanting to gaze at the new work from … Read More

‘Stand by your head’ campaign in Brighton supports national protests

September 28, 2018 |

Save Our Schools are encouraging parents in Brighton to take pictures of their children standing on their heads in support of their headteachers protesting in London today.

 

Headteachers from Brighton and Hove and all over the country marched from Parliament … Read More

Brighton’s weekly open mic night guide

September 28, 2018 |

Open mic nights offer an insight into the diversity of talents Brighton has on offer. Venues across all areas celebrate these arts, and Brighton Journal has collated some of the best venues presenting the city’s artists. Whether you’re a budding … Read More