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Brighton Journal | 22nd February 2020

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In Conversation With Rob Auton

21st February 2020 |

One of a kind writer, poet, and comedian, Rob Auton, had a chat with us this week ahead of his upcoming Brighton show on the 15th March 2020. He will be performing his new critically acclaimed comedy/theatre/spoken word show, The … Read More

Meet Ana B, Brighton’s first LGBTQ+ Specific Massage Therapist

19th February 2020 |

Meet Ana B, Brighton’s first LGBTQ+ specific massage therapist.  Her pronouns are Her/She (we know this because we asked – and it wasn’t intimidating at all!).

We came across @TheRealMassage back in December and immediately knew that Ana B’s … Read More

Burn, baby burn! – Exclusive Tango Fire dancers interview with Victoria Nangle

14th February 2020 |

Following its 7th sold out season at Sadler’s Wells Peacock Theatre in London’s West End, Tango Fire is bringing its sizzling choreography and acclaimed dancers out on tour, collecting together six of the best tango couples into one single show … Read More

The Big Interview: Meet Frances – CEO of The Clock Tower Sanctuary

9th February 2020 |

This week, for our ‘Big Interview’, we met up with Frances Duncan, CEO of Brighton homeless charity The Clock Tower Sanctuary. The Clock Tower Sanctuary is the only drop-in day centre for homeless 16-to-25 year olds in the city. They … Read More

Talk About A Revolution: Exclusive Q&A with comedian Simon Munnery

29th January 2020 |

Multi award-winning comedian Simon Munnery returns to his revolutionary alter ego Alan Parker Urban Warrior, as heard on BBC Radio 1, seen on ITV’s Saturday Night Live, and read in a popular national music weekly. So what has brought Alan … Read More

Local Pet Photographer Offering Free Sessions For Donations To Say Aphasia

27th January 2020 |

Brighton born and bred pet photographer Lauren Christien is raising money for Say Aphasia by offering free photo sessions in exchange for donations to the charity.

Approximately 350,000 people in the UK are affected by aphasia, which inhibits a persons ability to … Read More

StreetVet Brighton: Helping Homeless Pets In Need

17th January 2020 |

This week, Brighton Journal spoke with Dr. Roz Wright, a veterinary surgeon based at New Priory Vets, about her involvement with StreetVet Brighton. This organisation looks after homeless people’s pets by providing much needed treatments and support that they would … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

27th December 2019 |

In our fouth part of our Christmas-inspired feature series, we’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

Today, we asked Lewis how he likes to celebrate Christmas with his … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

26th December 2019 |

In our third part series of Christmas-inspired feature series. we’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

We chatted to 23-year-old Eleanor Atkinson of Hanover, who celebrates Christmas with … Read More

Brightonian Christmas Special – What Are Your Christmas Traditions?

24th December 2019 |

We love Christmas at Brighton Journal, so we’ve decided to celebrate this festive season with a Christmas-inspired feature series. We’ve reached out to local Brightonians and asked them a few questions about how they like to celebrate Christmas. 

First up, … Read More