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Illustrators Quentin Blake and Posy Simmonds both boast delightfully colourful CVs. Blake, perhaps best known for the illustrations that adorn Roald Dahl's children’s books, has been drawing ever since he can remember. Simmonds meanwhile, recollects, "Making a drawing of buttons when I was three."  by: Mike Cobley
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To celebrate the publication of volume three of his Diaries, Travelling to Work 1988-1998, acclaimed actor, writer and comedian Michael Palin, has announced his first ever one-man stage tour, which will visit Brighton next week.

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.
Former England Rugby Sevens captain and Brighton College pupil, Ollie Phillips is encouraging people to tackle dementia by signing up to Alzheimer's Society's Brighton and Hove Memory Walk, this Saturday (4th October).
Newly launched monthly acoustic/folk/roots night Woodshackin', held at much-loved Brighton pub/venue The Greys, is featuring hotly-tipped young folk star Hattie Briggs in its line-up on Thursday, 2nd October.

Both headliner Lee Mack and support Mike Gunn were able ride a wave of goodwill, at the Brighton Centre, on Sunday 28th October 2014.
The rapper/poet/playwright Kate Tempest is set to launch her new book of poetry Hold Your Own; an ambitious, multi-voiced work based around the mythical figure of Tiresias.
After two years away the most popular ice show in the world, Holiday on Ice, is returning to The Brighton Centre  for one week only with their 70th anniversary show Platinum, featuring Dancing on Ice All Stars winner, Ray Quinn. **(See competition below).
The Unthanks first came to our attention when they were headlining a Great Escape night. A packed Spiegeltent next to St Peter’s Church, in Brighton, emptied rapidly as support, Bon Iver, left the venue. 

After teaming up with the Foo Fighters in both Scotland and South Africa, Kaiser Chiefs will find time in their busy schedule to play a date at the Brighton Centre.
Queenspark Books unveils its 104th new book this autumn. A beautifully edited compendium of writing, memories, oral histories, design and photography, Brighton Trans*formed chronicles the lives and experiences of Brighton & Hove's Transgender community. 
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