Brighton Yoga Festival 2018 Review

From man buns to gong baths, there was something for everyone at the city’s annual gathering of yogis. And plenty of sunshine.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream Review

Open air theatre in Brighton with Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. Accessible. Tight acting. Mythic set. Scottish Gaelic music. Beautifully enacted.

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PP Arnold Interview

With her classic ‘lost’ album finally released and an autobiography on the way, we met up with the soul legend before her set on the Love Supreme main stage.

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Psychedelic Sundae By The Sea, Sun 22nd July

A Psychedelic Sundae rock fest comes to the Green Door Store on 22nd July. Looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun. And loud!

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Andrea Gibson Review

Award-winning poet and LGBTQ campaigner Andrea Gibson delivered a compelling and entertaining show to an intimate audience at Komedia.

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Disability Pride Brighton 2018, Sat 14th July

Following last year’s successful inaugural event, Brighton Disability Pride is back for its second year to celebrate the disabled community.

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Brighton Fringe Review: Bosh And Babbs

Beyond Retro opened its doors to an evening of hilarious sketch shows by comedy duo Bosh and Babbs.

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Love Supreme Festival, 29th June – 1st July

Another year, another amazing line-up of jazz, funk, soul and international music legends shows that Love Supreme is looking better than ever.

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Katerina Repponen and Pasi Nousiainen's Suhde and Sound Barrier, from Finland, at Brighton Fringe 2018

Brighton Fringe: Suhde/Sound Barrier

Finnish circus performers Katerina Repponen and Pasi Nousiainen are bringing two single performances, about relationships and a whip, to The Old Market. Their physicality makes for strange, charming theatre.

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Street Source No.26 – The World Cup

Local photographer Pete Boyd took his camera to Brighton beach to capture the jubilation and despair shared by the crowds who gathered for the World Cup 2018.

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Crystal’s Vardo Review

Theatre, storytelling, historical reconstruction and political education about Romany people’s history and the racism Gypsies and Travellers face today.

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Lovesong, Fri 20th – Sat 28th July

Ingenious contemporary play by Abi Morgan, at New Venture Theatre. Two young lovers look at their past and present. Delicate, intimate and emotional.

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The Wave Pictures Review

The Wave Pictures returned to Brighton on a two-fold mission to serve up some idiosyncratic blues rock while sampling the city’s finest brown sauce.

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Patti Smith And Her Band Photos

Iconic music legend Patti Smith needed no introduction when she came to perform what was a phenomenal show with ‘Her Band’ at the Brighton Dome.

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Brighton Yoga Festival, Sat 14th – Sun 15th July

Once again the Brighton Yoga Festival is upon us, with even more stalls, workshops, music and activities than ever before.

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Brighton Fringe Review: John Peel’s Shed

Writer and raconteur John Osborne comes to The Warren Blockhouse for a short residency, performing three different one hour monologues on consecutive days.

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Hattie Briggs – Shoreham 29th June, Brighton 7th July

Hattie Briggs is coming to Shoreham this week and Brighton next week at the Marlborough theatre. A beautiful award-winning singer-songwriter, she comes highly recommended.

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Burt Bacharach - Brighton Dome - Brighton Source - Ashley Laurence - Time for Heroes Photography

Burt Bacharach Review

Forever tanned, forever cool, the master of the classic pop melody gave a masterclass in musical perfection at The Dome.

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Love Supreme Festival 2018 Review

Over a scorchingly hot weekend, the big names delighted while London’s finest new jazz warriors took Love Supreme to a higher level.

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Soft Republick Brings Creative Ice Cream To Brighton

New ice cream parlour Soft Republick aims to champion self-expression using ice cream as a blank canvas

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A photo of Fran Healy singing on stage while playing a guitar when as part of a Travis review at Brighton Dome

Travis Review

Scottish band Travis brought their popular brand of indie easy listening to Brighton Dome, touring their multi-million selling second album, The Man Who.

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Jilted John, Sun 7th October

Forty years on, Jilted John is back to give us the latest on Julie and Gordon.

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Burt Bacharach, Monday 9th July

You name it, he probably wrote it. The master of the classic pop song makes a rare appearance to perform his legendary songbook.

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New Gallery Space Opens On Bond Street

Brighton’s artrepublic has annexed the shop next door and turned it into an extra gallery. As well hosting exhibitions, the space will be used for all sorts of arty events, starting in June.

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Brighton Festival Review: Ezra Furman

Ezra Furman’s headline set on the last Saturday of the Brighton Festival was a strange affair beset with technical problems and a voice that sounded in need of a rest.

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