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Brighton Journal | 15th November 2019

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Gin, Beer, Party Or Festival? What’s On This Weekend! July 14th – July 16th!

14th July 2017 |

Happy Friday everybody! We bet you can’t wait for five o’clock to come around to leave your desks and head off into your well-deserved weekends! Weekends are admittedly the best time of the week to kick back and relax but … Read More

Grab A Blanket, Get Some Popcorn And Head To The Beach For Your Favourite Movies!

13th July 2017 |

From the 28th of July until the 28th of August, Brighton’s beach will once more turn into a huge outdoor cinema ground. Featuring no less than 90 films of various genres, this year’s edition of Brighton’s Big Screen promises an incredible … Read More

Popcorn, Nachos & A Good Movie! What’s On Brighton’s Screens!

29th June 2017 | 1

What better way to escape the apparently endless rain than by searching shelter in the cozy seats of a cinema? Going through the cinema listings in town to find the movie you really want to see can be nerve-wracking, so … Read More

Cinema Or Theatre? How Brightonians Like Spending Their Evenings!

27th June 2017 |

With the Fringe, the Brighton Festival and so many places to go and see amazing plays and shows all year round, one might be tempted to think that going to the theatre would be one of the favorite past times … Read More

20 Surprising Facts You Didn’t Know About Brighton

5th June 2017 | 1

Home to so much music, film and culture, there is many a fun fact to be told about Brighton and we’re here to tell them. Here come 20 surprising facts about Brighton you might not know!


Okay so … Read More

Why Brighton Cinema Staff Went On Strike At The Weekend

20th March 2017 |

Movie-lovers heading to the flicks last Saturday (18 March) were in for a shock when they discovered staff protesting outside the Duke of York’s Picturehouse at Preston Circus.

The front of house team were demanding the local living wage, as calculated … Read More

Your Chance to see the Body-Positive Inspirational Internet Sensation EMBRACE

3rd March 2017 |

When former bikini model competitor Taryn Brumfitt posted a before and after picture in 2013, it sparked an international social media frenzy. Over 100 million people from all parts of the world have now seen the image, which, unlike typical transformation … Read More

What’s On In Brighton and Hove for Disabled Access Day

3rd March 2017 |

Disabled Access Day first came about in 2015 in order to celebrate access and opportunities for all, regardless of physical or mental ability. Sponsored by Euan’s Guide, a review site that makes it easy to know which venues are accessible, … Read More

Exploring the First New Cinema for Hove in 40 Years

14th February 2017 |

TOM’s film club is the first new cinema in Hove since the 1970s, so it’s a pretty big deal. It was set up by Steve McNicholas, the owner of the Upper Market Street venue at the Old Market in Hove, last … Read More

Good News! Black Rock Refurb Gets a Boost

9th February 2017 |

12m of government funding has just been awarded to the Black Rock refurbishment project next to Brighton Marina.

The awarding of the funds via the Local Enterprise Partnership will see the creation of a world-class conference centre and 10,000-seat arena. … Read More