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Brighton Buskers – Linos Magaya

July 14, 2016 |

We filmed this week Linos Wengara Magaya from Zimbaboe and he tells us a little about his story as a musician in Brighton streets.

Just stop and listen!

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Don’t Risk All to ‘Catch ’em All’ on Pokemon Go

July 13, 2016 |

The latest mobile craze has hit the streets, quite literally. Pokemon Go, a free-to-play augmented reality game based on the Pokemon franchise, has caught the imagination of Android and iOS users all over the world, with early figures suggesting the app … 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

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

Great British Bands: Brighton’s Fragile Creatures Are On A Mission

July 8, 2016 |

Fragile Creatures describe themselves as a “rock band from Brighton on a mission to restore Britain’s reputation for original guitar music”.

Now, although that statement is a self-confessed exaggeration there is an element of truth to it. Fragile Creatures are, … Read More

Should Brighton Pier be scrapped?

July 6, 2016 |

If you asked anyone who does not live in Brighton what the most iconic or recognisable thing about the city is, I’d wager that nine times out of ten they would say the Pier. That alone says how much of … Read More

Folk Is Alive And Well: Brighton’s Chris T-T

July 2, 2016 |

Chris T-T is said to be one of the most critically acclaimed underground artists of our generation. He has released 10 albums, toured relentlessly, written books and for magazines, and is now a radio DJ here in Brighton.

He is … Read More

The Big Alcohol Debate: Could Brighton Learn from the USA?

June 30, 2016 |

Now, I’m not sure whether you will have heard but the people of Brighton like to have fun. 

For years now, the city has been garnering a growing reputation as one of the top party cities in the United Kingdom. … Read More

Concorde 2: Brighton’s Seafront and the Future of Music in Brighton

June 28, 2016 |

Concorde 2 has, in one shape or another, been a fixture in Brighton’s seafront since the 19th Century. Despite taking many different forms, the structure has remained the same. The staple of our seafront, one of the last remnants of … Read More

Starboard Festival To Showcase Young Performers

June 27, 2016 |

Brighton is no stranger to the performing arts and, as if to prove this point, they play host to an eclectic mix of festivals. The brand new Starboard Festival will continue this trend, this time with the purpose of displaying … Read More