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CINECITY Brighton Film Festival: Alice (2019) Review

11th November 2019 |

The CINECITY 17th Brighton Film Festival kicked off last Friday and runs until 17th November. Brighton Journal went to review Josephine Mackerras’ debut feature Alice (2019) to mark the beginning of a successful week for the festival.  CINECITY – Brighton Film … Read More

Revisit Harry Potter with the Potterless Podcast

22nd October 2019 |

If you love everything Harry Potter you’ll love Potterless!

Overview

Started in October 2016, Potterless is a magical journey following Mike Schubert, who has never read the Harry Potter series before.

Mike decided fantasy books weren’t for him after a … Read More

The Secret Commonwealth Review

14th October 2019 |

The Secret Commonwealth Review

From the outset we get the sense that things have changed from the events of His Dark Materials as we dive back into Pullman’s world with The Secret Commonwealth.

Beware for spoilers ahead!

“It used to … Read More

Restaurant review: Brighton’s favourite Indian

11th October 2019 |

Any Brighton resident worth their salt has been to The Chilli Pickle; one of our premier Indian restaurants. It’s surrounded rather arbitrarily by the Jubilee Library, a leisure centre and Pizza Express (for now). So, with that notion in mind … Read More

Limetown Review

7th October 2019 |

It’s officially October, so it’s time to get spooky! If you loved podcasts like Lore, Serial or TV shows like the X-Files, you’ll love Limetown.

The Podcast

Limetown is a fictional series of investigative reports by Lia Haddock, a journalist, … Read More

7 Terrible Reviews of Brighton Establishments

1st June 2018 |

Because we know that you love to feel paranoid when you’re out and about in Brighton

Today we have been scouring the corners of the net to find some crazy reviews about some well-known Brighton establishments. Taste is subjective and … Read More

Mr Jukes Opens UK Tour For A Sold Out Audience at Concorde 2

19th September 2017 |

The new project from Bombay Bicycle Club’s Jack Steadman played for a packed house at Concorde 2 last night and was received with rapturous applause from the Brighton audience.

Visible enamoured by the warm reception, Steadman was full of praise … Read More

New Releases: The Week In Music

20th July 2017 |

Another week, another set of new hits to potentially add to your ever-growing playlist. We’re here to bring you the top picks of this week’s new releases.

Singles Nina Nesbitt – The Moments I’m Missing

Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has released … Read More

Full On Gangster Action Mixed With Great Comedy Bits! Sleeping Trees’ Performance At The Old Market

25th May 2017 |

A three-piece comedy trio, a one-man band, and the gangster movie ‘The Godfather’! That’s all it takes to put on stage a stunning physical comedy performance that makes the audience feel like being in the middle of a live gangster film, … Read More

Music Review: Manu Delago Handmade @ The Hope and Ruin

31st March 2017 |

World-renowned Austrian musician Manu Delago has started something global. His solo career began back in 2007 when a YouTube upload of him playing the Hang drum became the all-time most popular video of its kind. He then went on to … Read More