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Brighton Journal | 19th November 2019

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Gigs of the week: 7th-13th January

7th January 2019 |

Now the festive period has sadly come to an end, it’s time to start reengaging with Brighton and Hove’s incredibly eclectic music scene. This week, we have highlighted the artists playing in some of the city’s more intimate venues, along … Read More

What’s on in Brighton & Hove: 4th-6th January

3rd January 2019 |

Do you want to try a new hobby or skill in Brighton and Hove for the New Year? Brighton Journal has selected some workshops and events for you to try for the first weekend of 2019 happening across the city. … Read More

What’s on in Brighton: 21st-23rd December

20th December 2018 |

Brighton and Hove still has lots of activities to offer this weekend in the lead up to Christmas. In between your last minute gift and food shopping, why not try one of the festive workshops, a final visit to Santa, … Read More

New Brighton venue ‘taking shape’ on seafront

19th December 2018 |

Brighton’s Shelter Hall dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, and has always been a complex structure as it supports both the seafront road and the promenade. 

Reconstruction of Shelter Hall is in motion to create a new … Read More

Pantomime and Theatre Guide in Brighton and Hove 2018

18th December 2018 |

Pantomimes and theatre continue to punctuate the Christmas period as a  popular longstanding tradition offering entertainment for all of the family. This year, Brighton and Hove is offering numerous pantomimes and productions to keep you immersed in the festive spirit over … Read More

Brighton council urged to go carbon neutral by 2030

13th December 2018 |

Challenges from a petition and Green councillors are pressuring Brighton and Hove City Council to prevent the catastrophic effects of climate change for future generations.

Brighton and Hove City Council are being urged to take big steps in committing to … Read More

AudioActive kickstart new campaign helping create futures for young people

13th December 2018 |

We spoke to AudioActive’s project manager, Tom Hines, about their huge campaign to provide new, improved facilities and equipment where young people are considered artists.

Brighton and Hove is a vibrant hub of culture where artistic endeavours are cherished and … Read More

Solar energy projects given go ahead in schools across Brighton

11th December 2018 |

Brighton Energy Cooperative has revealed plans to launch free solar energy systems for three schools in Brighton and Hove in a bid to build a more sustainable and greener future.

The energy company has been working closely with Woodingdean, Coldean … Read More

Kemptown MP shocks parliament in symbolic protest against Brexit

11th December 2018 |

Lloyd Russell Moyle MP left the House of Commons in disarray yesterday by parading the ceremonial mace in protest of the Conservative’s management of Brexit leading to his ejection from the meeting.

The Kemptown MP’s act was shortly after the Tories … Read More

“The city where it is weird to not be weird.” Artist of the Week: Alberto Martinez

8th December 2018 |

This week, surrealist painter, Alberto Martinez examined his artistic journey from Cuba to Brighton, a place now a great source of inspiration for his work.

It is no secret Brighton and Hove is a recognised cultural hub, expanding the imaginations … Read More