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What’s On This Weekend! 15th – 17th July

July 15, 2016 |

If you’re stumped for what to get up to this weekend then do not fret! We have you covered. Here is a quick guide to all that is going on in Brighton and Hove this weekend!

To keep any little … Read More

i360 Postponed: Brighton News Roundup!

July 13, 2016 |

On the day that Britain got a new Prime Minister in the form of Theresa May, Brighton had a very busy day. Loads happened, so here is a roundup of all the days headlines to make sure you’re not out … Read More

Brand New Free Festival Launches Sunday

July 13, 2016 |

The People’s Festival is a first time event in Brighton, taking place over on Hove Lawns this Sunday at 12. A brand new festival is launching this Sunday, and it’s completely free!

Offering an “invitation to everyone in the community” to … Read More

“Legendary” Acts Announced for Brighton Dome

July 13, 2016 |

The Brighton Dome has announced two legendary acts performing later this year. World renowned comedian Billy Connolly & Canadian singer Bryan Adams are both heading to the seaside later this year, respectively. 

Connolly has recently announced his 2016 tour as being … Read More

Brighton’s Pride: Exactly What The Country Needs

July 13, 2016 |

Great Britain has had an absolutely bizarre few weeks. 

In the last month there has been turmoil, laughter, tears and one gigantic decision to come out of the EU. What we have experienced in the last three weeks will be so breathtakingly … Read More

Corbyn Cancels on Brighton: July 13 News Roundup

July 12, 2016 |

The weather has hardly been summery today and that isn’t set to stop – but loads happened in the city anyway. Here is a quick roundup of all the days headlines in case you were out of the loop!

Brighton … Read More

The Piercadilly Line: If Brighton Had a Tube

July 12, 2016 |

Brighton, for many, is London-by-sea.

But it is so much more than that; it is it’s own bubble, own world. There is nowhere in the UK like Brighton, and that is a well documented fact. It has it’s own sections, … Read More

Vodka, Funk and Marilyn: August at the Rialto Theatre

July 12, 2016 |

The Rialto Theatre describes itself as hosting cutting edge performances from local talent and going by what’s on in August this is true!

The theatre itself is still relativley new but the building is infamous for being a grade II … Read More

Pub Of The Week: The North Laine Brewhouse

July 12, 2016 |

Craft ale’s are notoriously popular in Brighton. A locally sourced, Sussex inspired beverage seems to be all the rage – and this weeks pub of the week couldn’t have it’s pints brewed much closer to home. 

The North Laine Brewhouse … Read More

Southern Saga: Biggest Commuter Protest Scheduled for Tonight at Victoria

July 11, 2016 |

Further protests are being planned over delays and cancellations to trains on the Southern Franchise. 

Following weeks of strikes and protests from both employees and commuters, the largest gathering is planned for tonight at London Victoria. This comes just a … Read More