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| November 16, 2018

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Unveiling of ‘special status’ Brighton and Hove war memorials today

November 6, 2018 |

Four public spaces in Brighton and Hove have been marked as ‘Centenary Fields’ as part of a national scheme marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.

 

Old Steine Gardens and War Memorial, The Chattri, Patcham Peace … Read More

Get Connected Over Coffee With ‘Table Talk’

November 5, 2018 |

In a mission to get people connected, members of One Church Brighton have come together to create Table Talk, an initiative which encourages people to create a warmer community by talking to one another in their local cafe.

 

In a … Read More

Top Nights Out in Brighton

November 5, 2018 |

Situated on England’s southern coast, Brighton and Hove has become one the United Kingdom’s most popular destinations for holidaymakers, both domestic and international. The towns have developed a trendy and youthful reputation and are home to England’s biggest gay community, … Read More

“I realised I needed to step away as my own artist.” Artist of the Week – JonPaul McCarthy

November 3, 2018 |

Ex-professional footballer turned artist, Jon-Paul McCarthy, discusses the transition from traditional to digital art, working with Disney, and his favourite place in Brighton.

 

Artist of the Week at Brighton Journal allows us to explore a diverse range of talents … Read More

The Social Club for Social Good Launches in Brighton

November 1, 2018 |

Last Saturday saw the launch of a brand new membership organisation,The Social Society, which supports and promotes grassroots projects within Brighton. The society is made up and run by both online and offline members, with the common goal of giving … Read More

Brighton film festival CINECITY returns for two weeks this November

October 31, 2018 |

Brighton Journal spoke to co-founder of CINECITY, Tim Brown, on what to expect from this year’s edition of the festival.

 

CINECITY is returning to cinema screens around Brighton and the South Coast for its 16th edition of the festival … Read More

Police issue message for safe and respectful Halloween in Brighton

October 31, 2018 |

Halloween night has finally fallen today and the streets of Brighton are set to be filled with trick or treaters donning costumes and travelling from home-to-home. Sussex Police have issued a message to communities to ensure everyone who wishes to … Read More

Mixed responses from Brighton and Hove MPs to Phillip Hammond’s Budget

October 30, 2018 |

MPs from Brighton and Hove constituencies have reacted to Phillip Hammond’s final budget before the country’s exit from the EU yesterday. The Chancellor has claimed the “era of austerity is finally coming to an end” with plans to improve public … Read More

“I tend to try and look forward”. Artist of the Week – Tony Parsons

October 27, 2018 |

Today’s edition of Brighton Journal’s Artist of the Week explores the life and artwork of the fine artist, Tony Parsons. Tony’s artwork specialises in encapsulating the outdoors, impressionist figurative life work, and landscape paintings.

 

Tony was born and grew … Read More

Hofesh Shechter’s sublime SHOW set to hypnotise Brighton this November

October 26, 2018 |

Shechter’s world renowned contemporary choreography has dazzled international audiences for a decade. The Hofesh Shechter Company inspire freedom of the human spirit explored through a celebration of visceral dance, of which they will bring to the stage at Brighton Dome … Read More