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Ian McKellen at 80: Actor celebrates birthday with charity performances in Brighton

November 9, 2018 |

Sir Ian McKellan is returning to the Theatre Royale in Brighton with a one-man show for his 80th birthday to raise funds for theatres nationwide. The actor is embarking on the colossal UK tour, ‘Ian On Stage’, from January to … Read More

Fresh racism row erupts ahead of Lewes bonfire blackface controversy

November 2, 2018 |

The UK’s largest bonfire festival has been plunged into a fresh blackface row after a photograph in a shop window showed a child “blacked-up” for a costume contest before a parade through the East Sussex town. 

 

The boy had … Read More

Mixed responses from Brighton and Hove MPs to Phillip Hammond’s Budget

October 30, 2018 |

MPs from Brighton and Hove constituencies have reacted to Phillip Hammond’s final budget before the country’s exit from the EU yesterday. The Chancellor has claimed the “era of austerity is finally coming to an end” with plans to improve public … Read More

Uncovering diverse history: Black History Month in Brighton and Hove

October 18, 2018 | 1

This month marks the celebration of Black History, Arts, and Culture not just in Brighton and Hove, but around the world. Although October is dedicated to providing platforms for Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) speakers and artists, there are numerous … Read More

What’s on in Brighton – 28th-30th September

September 27, 2018 |

Brighton welcomes the new year of university students this week and a wide range of things to do to greet them. As the month of September ends, the city is bustling with exciting events for all ages including an eagerly … Read More

Ocean Film Festival rolls into Brighton this October

September 26, 2018 |

Ocean Film Festival will be returning to Brighton for one night in October to offer inspiring ocean-themed films from all over the world. As a beach resort town, Brighton is intrinsically linked to the sea and forms a large part of … Read More

Acclaimed Jazz Festival is Headed to Brighton!

July 10, 2018 |

This month Brighton Dome will be hosting widely acclaimed one day Jazz festival, JAZZ RE:FEST, celebrating UK jazz as well as jazz-inspired music and culture – and what’s more, it’s free to under 16’s!

Having enjoyed an incredibly successful five … Read More

What’s on in Brighton? 6 – 8th July

July 5, 2018 |

The heatwave is continuing! As we head into our second weekend of stunning weather, Brighton obviously has a jam packed diary, so of course we have selected what not to miss. Enjoy!

Pop Up Cocktail Court – Friday 6th … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Meet Alex

June 24, 2018 |

On our quest to find this week’s Human of Brighton, we met Alex!

How long have you lived in Brighton?

3 years.

And what brought you down here?

Lack of interest towards living in my home town to be honest. … Read More

The Brighton Establishments With Low Hygiene Ratings Revealed

June 19, 2018 |

There are some surprising inclusions on the list.

The Food Standards Agency have released a list compiling the lowest rated establishments based on hygiene in Brighton.

They have a scale of 0-5, with 2 or below not satisfactory.

0 is … Read More