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November sees the start of a unique new programme initiated by the Brighton Black History Month group called Hidden Heroes, which invites the community to honour its 'hidden heroes' through a range of events and commissions.
A Brighton designer has had their work recognised as part of a national competition to find the next big talent in the industry.
The final step to marriage equality takes place on Wednesday 10 December 2014. This is the date when anyone in a civil partnership can convert to a marriage if they choose to do so.
Brighton-based female skateboarding project, She-Shredders, received the Bronze award at the National Sportivate Project of the Year Awards.
Arts Council England has pledged £5.8m towards a major revitalisation of Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival's heritage venues following a successful bid by the joint custodians of the Royal Pavilion Estate.
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'.
Brighton Film School has announced a new Film Forum monthly club for young people passionate about films and filmmaking.
George Egg has lived in Brighton for more than two decades and has used the time wisely. He has honed a stand-up comedy show unlike anything you'll have seen before. 
Former England Rugby Sevens Captain, Ollie Phillips, joined an estimated 400 participants at Hove Lawns as they walked to fight dementia at Alzheimer's Society's  Brighton and Hove Memory Walk. The event is expected to have raised  £30,000 for people living with dementia and their carers. 
Brighton Digital Festival, the UK's largest celebration of digital culture, came to a close recently following four weeks of pioneering exhibitions, installations, conferences and performances. 
Brighton's most celebrated fashion designer, Jess Eaton has handmade a dazzling costume to bring the star of best-selling horror author, Michael Grant's Messenger of Fear novel to life, during an extraordinary campaign.
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." 
Brighton was doused in colour twice at the weekend (Saturday September 20th) as more than 10,000 runners of all ages, shapes and sizes took part in The Color Run.
Churchill Square Shopping Centre is set host an exclusive student event, next month, with DJs, drinks and discounts at some of Brighton’s most popular stores.

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