Kid Normal: Title Revealed For Brighton's Young City Reads 2018
Greg James and Chris Smith's Kid Normal
has been chosen as the 2018 'big read'
for children across Brighton & Hove and beyond.
Music For Cop Shows: Maverick Bluesman Son of Dave Set To Storm Brighton
Son of Dave
is fifty years old, and has lived for twenty-one years in the UK, hailing originally from Winnipeg Canada where he was steeped at a young age in the blues-bar tradition.
MMODE: Brother & Sister Duo Are Reborn On Dreamy, Psychedelic Alt-Pop Debut
Brighton Rock: 70th Anniversary Low-Fi Budget Remake Of Classic Film Invites Locals To Take Participate
– aka Belfast brother & sister duo Lucy & Thomas Gaffney
– have announced that their self-titled debut album, MMODE
, will be released next month.
A remake of one of Brighton's most iconic films, Brighton Rock
, is set to take place this week on the 70th anniversary of the classic starring Richard Attenborough
– and members of the public are invited to dress up in vintage 1940s attire and take part.
Burning The Clocks Launch Crowdfunder Appeal For Their Winter Solstice Celebration
Brighton charity Same Sky
has launched its crowdfunder for Burning the Clocks 2017
– an uplifting antidote to the excesses of a commercial Christmas.
Review: WWE Live @ The Brighton Centre
bandwagon rolled into Brighton recently to deliver its quality brand of big names and even bigger action.
Being Human Festival: As Waves Of One Sea Will Inspire & Enrich Our Everyday Lives In Brighton
Waffles, Triangles & Jesus: Multitasking Creative Genius Jim White Gets Intimate In Brighton
Experience the whisper of stories,
speaking of the Black Atlantic, singing of jazz and Harlem and the African American literary renaissance in As Waves of One Sea.
gets around. When he's not releasing his own critically acclaimed solo albums
he splits his time producing records for other songwriters, exhibiting his visual art in galleries and museums across the USA & Europe and publishing award winning fiction.