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“The Brighton music scene is on its knees and has become a laughing stock.”

March 18, 2019 | 1

White Canvas – a ‘modern day Brit-pop’ band recently stated that “Brighton has the WORST music scene in the UK”. They claimed that “the Brighton music scene is dead” due to ‘too many bands and not enough demand’.

In … Read More

Community stories to inspire development project

March 18, 2019 |

Tarner community stories are being used to inspire artwork at the Edward Street Quater development project.

First Base, the owners of the Edward Street Quater development project have held two public art workshops, where they have invited local residents … Read More

‘What followed was conflict between interior and exterior worlds, fantasy and reality, nature and nurture” – Artist of the week: Rikki Tarascas

March 16, 2019 |

This week we interviewed Rikki Tarascas, a bit of a renaissance man with a fascinating story to tell and some words of wisdom to share.

Featured image © Francesca Moore.

All other images in this article © The … Read More

Gomi, the Brighton-based start up making speakers from single-use plastic

March 8, 2019 |

Tom Meades is the co-founder of Gomi, a Brighton-based start up that is using flexible plastic to create sustainable portable speakers.

The idea was born in July 2017 and was launched on Kickstarter in February 2019, after winning £10,000 from … Read More

“Much of my work is my response to living in this area.” Artist of the week: Andrew Fitchett

February 16, 2019 |

This week, we spoke to Andrew Fitchett, an illustrator and painter with an exceptional eye for detail. His landscapes of the Sussex Downs encompass the important relationship that humans have with nature and serve as a great reminder of Brighton’s … Read More

“A haunting reminder of a world depleted in natural resources.” Artist of the week: Jacob Crivello

January 26, 2019 |

This week, we spoke to Jacob Crivello, a 22-year-old artist from Brighton who creates miniature pieces to “evoke feeling through re-imagined micro-landscapes.”

Eternal Structure 3 ©  Jacob Crivello

Inspired by realistic Victorian watercolour landscapes and imagining himself inside them –Read More

Meet the Talented Local Musician Chloe Leigh

January 24, 2019 |

Feeling tired of daylong work? Hanging out with friends or just on your own in pubs with great music to your ears is a splendid way of recreation. WTP Willow Tree Promotion present series of events that would be an … Read More

Samantha Womack Stars In New Production Of The Girl On The Train

January 18, 2019 |

Samantha Womack, best known for playing Ronnie Mitchell in BBC1’s EastEnders, has taken on a new challenge by starring in the theatre production of acclaimed novel and film “The Girl on the Train”.

Samantha plays Rachel Watson who longs … Read More

Brighton Nominated In The Top 40 Holiday Destinations In The World Of 2019

January 17, 2019 |

The Guardian picked its top 40 holiday destinations for 2019 and Brighton didn’t fail to get a spot on the list. Amongst the many beautiful characteristics of our town, the Guardian put us on their list for the rich mod … Read More

New Home For Previously Evicted Art Studios

January 17, 2019 |

Red Herring Studios has been a part of the artistic community of Brighton for more than 30 years, and in 2017 they were forced to leave their workspace as it was set to be knocked down. This year, Red Herring … Read More