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Brighton Children’s Parade 2019 Theme Announced!

November 12, 2018 |

Brighton Festival has today announced the theme for next year’s Children’s Parade, which marks the beginning of the city-wide festival. This year, the theme of ‘folk tales’ will see children from across the city fill the streets with different ancient … Read More

★★★★ Review of Show by Shechter II: Hofesh Shechter Company

November 8, 2018 |

Hofesh Shechter’s Show, is a nightmarish reinvention of contemporary dance characterised by the haunting, yet sublime movement of Shechter’s murderous clowns.

 

Performing at Brighton Dome for one night only, Shechter II, Hofesh Shechter’s critically acclaimed apprentice company, took to … Read More

Brighton Artists Threatened With Studio Eviction For Flat Development

July 13, 2018 |

So often in the modern day the arts are undermined. They are treated by many as being needless and impractical. In 2017 it was revealed that across the UK local arts funding had fallen by 39%, significantly hindering many aspiring … Read More

Proposals Made to Cut Underfunded East Sussex Music Service

June 8, 2018 |

A range of local areas currently benefit from the service.

The East Sussex Music Service is at risk of having funding heavily cut by the council.

East Sussex County Council are pessimistic about the sustainability of the service.

They say … Read More

Congratulations to All the Winners of Brighton Fringe Awards 2018!

June 8, 2018 |

As we all know Brighton Fringe 2018 is sadly over for another year, but in one last little spurt of excitement the winners of the festival’s awards have now been announced!

Naturally, with a plethora of shows comes a plethora … Read More

The Curtains are Closing on this Years Fringe! What’s Left to See?

May 29, 2018 |

May is drawing to a close, and with it goes the amazing Brighton Fringe. However, not to worry – a lot can happen in a week, so we’ve checked out what you simply cannot miss in the last week of Fringe … Read More

What’s On In Brighton This Weekend? Sat 20 – Sun 21 January

January 20, 2018 |

Find out what’s on in Brighton & Hove this weekend. There’s lots to do from theatre to crafts for young and old alike! Christopher Bliss’ Literary Salon @ Komedia

After his debut show at the Edinburgh Fringe (★★★★ ‘One of … Read More

Free Film @ Fabrica: The Interval and The Instant

November 1, 2017 |

Fabrica, the contemporary art gallery on Duke St in Brighton, is showing an touching and thought-provoking new film over November. And what’s more, admission is FREE!

Filmed over a one year period at East Mountbatten Hospice, Isle of Wight, this new … Read More

Brighton, Upon Reflection – Artist Ben Duarri (AKA Screenprince) On Living And Working In Brighton.

October 2, 2017 |

Brighton has a very strong self image as a creative hub, as a vibrant urban centre full of diversity and excitement. Through this piece, and other complementary pieces that will follow, I will try to develop a picture of Brighton’s … Read More

A Sense of Place – Sussex Exhibition to Raise Money to help Refugees and the Homeless

September 21, 2017 |

An exhibition opening to the public tomorrow will showcase graphic art works that explore the idea of place and what it means.

The show will run from the 22nd-30th of September in the Bozboz Gallery in Brighton on Richmond Place.

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