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Brighton Journal | 17th November 2019

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Brighton Children’s Parade 2019 Theme Announced!

12th November 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

Brighton Festival is Over for Another Year: We Look Back on the Best Bits

30th May 2018 |

As we all know, May is a huge month in Brighton’s calendar, but as it’s sadly drawing to a close, we decided to have a look back at some of the highlights of the Brighton Festival, which is undeniably one … Read More

Missed Kate Tempest’s Secret Gig? Here’s What Went Down

21st May 2018 |

Brighton Festival’s 2017 Guest Director, Kate Tempest, returned to Brighton this Saturday to preview her new album at a secret gig as part of Brighton Festival.

On the listing for the sold out event, which took place at Hangleton Community … Read More

What’s on this Weekend? 18th – 20th May

17th May 2018 |

Brighton has a jam-packed weekend ahead – from comedy to yoga, and nature walks to folk music nights, we’ve got it all!

Bridget Christie: What Now? – Friday 18th May

Bridget Christie is concerned that we’re allowing menial things such as … Read More

Over 60’s Dance Troupe to Grace Brighton Seafront with The NELKEN-Line

15th May 2018 |

Members of Three Score Dance will come together on 21st May to recreate The NELKEN line, a recreation of Pina Bausch’s classic piece, ‘The Nelken’. The exclusively over 60’s contemporary dance troupe will be joined by over 200 volunteers on … Read More

African Poetry Award Winner is Performing at Brighton Festival

14th May 2018 |

Theresa Lola, who will be performing in ‘Poets and Illustrators’ later this month, has just been awarded the prestigious Brunel International African Poetry Award that is intended to celebrate, promote and develop poetry from Africa.

Lola, aged 24, is one of … Read More

City Trust for Brighton & Hove’s Cultural Landmarks Takes Shape

25th January 2018 |

A report to the Policy, Resources & Growth Committee on Thursday 25 January recommended the decisions necessary to establish the City’s long-anticipated Trust. The recommended trust would be tasked with bringing together the entire historic Royal Pavilion Estate.

The new … Read More

A Tiny Gesture With A Huge Meaning! Meet The Young Woman Whose Story Has Inspired Brighton’s New Graffiti!

30th May 2017 |

It is her face that you can see in the center of the new graffiti on the back wall of Coffee @ 33 in Trafalgar Street because her story is so inspiring. Having moved here from Bournemouth almost a year … Read More

What’s On This Bank Holiday Weekend! May 26th – May 29th

26th May 2017 |

What’s the best thing about May apart from Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe? Of course, the two bank holiday weekends we get! Long weekend number two is just around the corner and as always, there is heaps to do in … Read More

Brighton Festival Has Got Its Own Graffiti Mural!

23rd May 2017 |

You might think that in a city like Brighton where you literally find street art on every single corner, a new graffiti isn’t really big news. But this one is a special one you should look out for next time … Read More