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| February 21, 2019

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Russian Ballet returns to bring THREE classic performances to Brighton

January 3, 2019 |

The Russian State Ballet of Siberia will return to Brighton for three unmissable performances at the Theatre Royal.

Brighton’s Theatre Royal will be home to the illustrious ballet troupe, The Russian State Ballet of Siberia, for three consecutive nights this … Read More

Are you a fan of ‘re-gifting’ after Christmas?

December 29, 2018 |

There are two aspects: charitable re-gifting to give away a surplus or disposing of unwanted gifts, but there many benefits to this.

The festive season is a time where presents have been exchanged by friends, family members, and colleagues. Often … Read More

What Christmas wrapping paper can be recycled?

December 27, 2018 |

The festive period of gift giving and receiving is coming to an end – but what should we do with all our used wrapping paper?

For many people, Christmas is the time for giving and receiving presents, which often leads … Read More

Introducing Gamely Games: the Brighton company on Dragons’ Den TONIGHT!

December 23, 2018 |

Gamely Games’ CEO, Hazel Reynolds, spoke to Brighton Journal about how their three games helping to connect families has led to their appearance on Dragons’ Den tonight.

In an increasingly digitalised world, sometimes it’s important to revert back to those … Read More

“It’s the passion to inspire other people that keeps me practising every day.” Artist of the Week: Beatrice von Preussen

December 22, 2018 |

This week, we spoke to Beatrice von Preussen, the artist creating the perfect connections between art, science, and nature.

Art offers many opportunities for interdisciplinary moments. Artist and enthusiast of the natural world, Beatrice von Preussen, realises this potential in … Read More

The movement urging you to care about climate change

December 21, 2018 |

Claudia Fisher, a representative from the Brighton branch of Extinction Rebellion, discussed the rapid development of the movement and how people can help in this time of ‘climate emergency’.

The mainstream media is awash with stories telling us to eat … Read More

What to do on Christmas Eve

December 20, 2018 |

Midnight Mass

Go to Midnight Mass, a long standing Western Christian tradition, it has also become a Christmas one. It is a jubilant celebration of Mass in honour of the nativity of Jesus. With church candles and song it … Read More

Pantomime and Theatre Guide in Brighton and Hove 2018

December 18, 2018 |

Pantomimes and theatre continue to punctuate the Christmas period as a  popular longstanding tradition offering entertainment for all of the family. This year, Brighton and Hove is offering numerous pantomimes and productions to keep you immersed in the festive spirit over … Read More

The Treason Show return to Brighton with comedic annual review!

December 18, 2018 |

The iconic sketch group, The Treason Show, are back for their 18th-year to perform their best moments from 2018. 

After a turbulent twelve months in politics, 2018 offers up a lot to reflect on before bringing in the new year. Exhibiting … Read More

“I love the trance state I get into when I’m painting.” Artist of the Week: Danni Emery

December 16, 2018 | 1

Inspired by a visit to markets in Melbourne five years ago, Danni Emery explains how her incredibly compact and special art form was initially conceived.

When we think of art many of us think immediately of conventional forms like … Read More