Showing posts with category "culture"

Local Heroes – The Ethicurean Guild – Set to Re-Open Winter Soup Kitchen!

Brighton is home to the most beautiful, fabulous and inspiring people in the world, in my very unbiased opinion. This

October 19, 2021
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food & drink

Brighton Digital Festival is BACK!

Brighton Digital Festival returning on the 29th of October for its tenth-year celebration of digital and creative talent within the

October 18, 2021
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technology

Cultural Recovery Programme moves up a gear

Eight creative projects are now up and running as the ABCD Plan for Cultural Recovery in Brighton & Hove moves

October 15, 2021
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culture

Mental Health, Work-Life Balance and a Pandemic…

Work-life balance is my lover and spreading its joy with others is one of my reasons for living (we are

October 11, 2021
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culture

Brighton’s Clowns – Mindful or Murderous?

The clown is a different figure for different people. To some, a cheery children’s character materializes at their mention. To

October 8, 2021
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culture

Quandary Collective: Richard II – Review

Performing at the Brighton Open Air Theatre, Quandary Collective performed a brilliant and bloody rendition of Shakespeare’s Richard II. I

September 24, 2021
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theatre

Pop-Up Brighton Book Shop: The Book Makers is here!

“During the pandemic, it was amazing to watch independent bookshops respond,” William Shaw, author and co-founder of The Book Makers,

September 23, 2021
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culture

Much Ado About Vodka

Staples of The Warren and Brighton Fringe, the award-winning Shit-Faced Shakespeare crew are back on the beach and ready to

September 23, 2021
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theatre

What’s On: Brighton’s Freshers Events

Freshtival season is upon us - here's your itinerary!   Virtual Wellbeing: Online Yoga Class  In the blur of fairly

September 22, 2021
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student life

Small Wonder Festival – Full schedule inside!

The festival takes place each September (Friday 24 – Sunday 26) and features a mix of home-grown and international authors,

September 20, 2021
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festivals

Brighton Lanes are paved with Vintage

As encouragement grows to move away from fast fashion; Brighton has long been at the forefront of promoting sustainable clothing

September 13, 2021
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student life

Brighton Dome reveals its culinary past for Heritage Open Day 2021

Heritage Open Day is back and for this year’s theme of Edible England, Brighton Dome celebrates its culinary links to

August 19, 2021
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what's on