Can You Show Me A Dream: Oral Biography Of One Time Small Face Is Big On Facts & Love
Reading the wonderful new Ronnie Lane
oral biography, Can You Show Me A Dream?
, it would be easy for the reader to be left with the impression that Ronnie's life cycle had been a wild journey with a sad ending. But for Ronnie the journey hadn't ended. The letter had left the envelope, that's all.
Interview: Del Amitri's Justin Currie Talks Ahead Of Band's First Run Of UK Dates In A Decade
return this summer for a UK tour, the celebrated Glaswegian band's
first run of dates since 2014.
The RPMs: Breaking Brighton Quintet Raise The Musical Bar Ahead Of Homecoming Gig
new single Let Things Happen
raises the bar significantly for this young Brighton band.
Sea Life Brighton Issues Urgent Plea for More Responsibility as Beaches Are Overwhelmed By Plastic Waste
Sea Life Brighton
has issued an urgent appeal
for the public to become more responsible with their waste after collecting a record amount of rubbish on Brighton beach.
Far Away Truths: Albert Hammond Jr Pays Homage To His Long Lost Twin Ahead Of Brighton Date
Albert Hammond Jr's
latest album Francis Trouble
explores a deeply personal topic – the stillborn death
of his twin brother, Francis, and the lingering effects that event has had in his life and music.
Suffragettes City: Brighton Dome Officially Recognised As Having Been Centre Of Suffragette Action
One-hundred years on from the first women in the country being granted the right to vote, Brighton Dome
has been officially recognised as one of forty-one buildings across England that were at the centre of suffragette action.
Songs Of The Lost & Found: Brighton-Based Hatful of Rain Fuse Tradition With Comment On The Ills Of The Modern World
Fusing powerful song writing with musical flare, Brighton-based Hatful of Rain
combine their English, Celtic and American inspirations
to great effect on their new album.
The Mulberry Bees: New Childrens Book Celebrates Glyndebourne & The Marriage of Figaro
The drama and magic of Glyndebourne Festival
provide the inspiration for a new children’s book, The Mulberry Bees