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Holiday On Ice's latest production 'Passion' - which is playing at the Brighton Centre - offers a Generation Now's insight into the passion of the ice world, and also into the beauty, ambition and glamorous elements that its skaters experience. by: Stephanie Keane
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Taking on the role of Meryl Grove, eldest daughter of Chief of staff Mr Grove (played by Tom Goodman-Hill), in hit ITV period drama Mr Selfridge, bright, young newcomer Lottie Tolhurst tells us what we can expect from her precocious character and reveals her dream roles.
An award from the Heritage Lottery Fund will help to pay for a major refurbishment of the Brighton Dome Corn Exchange and the Studio Theatre.
Formed in 1986 with the initial aim of complementing Glyndebourne's touring activities, the education department has expanded to deliver a year-round programme of work and is responsible for a large percentage of the venue's new commissions, many of which are performed on its main stage.

Brighton Festival has announced a major new commission inspired by the untold story of the hundreds of thousands of men who travelled from India to fight for the Allies in the First World War. 
It's an age old adage that everyone wants to run away and join the circus but for one Sussex girl that dream has become a reality, although it could also be her greatest nightmare.
The Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour offers audiences the opportunity to travel the world and experience a selection of exhilarating, inspirational, and unforgettable adventures from the contrasting comfort of a theatre chair.
Photo Credit Jamie McCartney
Jamie McCartney created and installed the famous cancan legs for Duke's at Komediain 2012. 
Laurie Anderson takes the helm in a milestone year for Brighton Festival as in 2016 it marks its 50th year, celebrates its unique, energetic and creative city and reflects on the nature of home.
Holiday On Ice's latest production 'Passion' - which is playing at the Brighton Centre - offers a Generation Now's insight into the passion of the ice world, and also into the beauty, ambition and glamorous elements that its skaters experience.
Werewolves, psychotic grandmothers and Lovecraftian monster mammaries; it could only be Horror-On-Sea 2016!
Stephen Fry, who is no stranger to audiobook narration, having voiced all seven of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, this Christmas lends his talents to two classic detective stories: The Coin of Dionysius and The Game Played in the Dark, featuring the blind detective, Max Carrados.
Brighton charity Same Sky announced this week that the sun will be the effigy burnt for the finale of Burning the Clocks 2015.
With James Martin due to perform at the Brighton Centre in the spring, we get a unique insight as James and chef Mark Hix prepare for this year's famous Padstow Christmas festival.
Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival's Miss Represented - a collective of vulnerable young women aged 13-21 who face challenging and chaotic life situations - have launched a crowdfunding campaign.

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