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Organisations across the Brighton are working together to raise awareness of the importance of HIV Testing, especially for those groups with the highest reported incidences of HIV - these are gay men and African people.   by: Mike Cobley
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Musicians Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott will be protesting outside Next, Upper Mall, Churchill Square, Brighton, on Tuesday 9th December at 3pm.
Sir Ian McKellen has given his backing to Wonderkid, an LGBT short film that wants to tackle homophobia in football and provide an insight into the trauma caused by homophobic stigma and challenge preconceptions about what it is to be ‘masculine'.
Former Brighton resident and Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes is gearing up to release his second solo album, Matador.
Imagine your mind has been wiped: memories, knowledge, experiences, language - every word you ever spoke, has vanished. If eventually you found the words, what would you say? 
A funny fella with a brain as razor sharp as his wit - and don't you just love him for it - Jimmy Carr has honed his craft and now uses his audience as the backbone of his stand-up.
Brighton-based veteran Folk-Rockers the Levellers have teamed up multi-BBC Folk Award winners Bellowhead, to record a new version of their cautionary tale of all things alcoholic, Just The One.
Tree planting events are set to take place around East Sussex as part of an ambitious UK-wide project by the Woodland Trust to mark the centenary of the First World War.
Sussex's arts calendar will be bolstered by a brand new event next year as Chestnut Tree House children's hospice and Brighton Dome join forces to host the Big Heart charity art auction in March 2015.
SoundCity, Brighton & Hove's Music Education Hub, has won national acclaim for its work inspiring children and young people into music.
Sophie Goodall, from Brighton will travel to Uganda with international development charity WaterAid to mark this year's World Toilet Day on 19th November. 
The Decemberists have been away. Having delivered their 17-part prog-rock opus, The Hazards Of Love, the band's front man Colin Meloy turned tack with the last release The King Is Dead: "I felt like we had definitely gone as far into the conceptual realm as we could go with songwriting."
John Cooper Clarke's biting, satirical, political and very funny verse, delivered in a unique rapid-fire performance style, resonated with the punk movement of the late 1970s.
With World AIDS Day approaching, a group of Brighton & Hove LGBT choirs and musicians have announced that they will again be joining forces to put on a fundraising concert called We All Live Together: A Concert For World AIDS Day.

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