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A group of young men aged 15 – 16 from Brighton & Hove will launch On the Level - an exhibition focusing on vulnerable young men from the city - with a performance at Brighton Dome (29 October 2016).

Three different Dementia Friendly screenings will be shown at the Duke of York's cinema in Brighton, with the aim of making cinema more accessible to people with dementia.

A talented new filmmaker from Brighton has been making waves internationally with an award-winning short film that sheds light on Asperger's Syndrome.
Photo Credit: Alison Baskerville

All the profits from a new necklace designed by an award-winning Brighton based jewellery and gift company, will go to the Women for Women International (WFWI), a charity dedicated to raising awareness and funds to help restore the hope and future of women survivors of conflict.

Two thousand people rallied together to join the fight against dementia at Alzheimer's Society's Brighton Memory Walk, last Saturday (8th October 2016).

For its seventh edition, Brighton Photo Biennial sets out to explore understandings of identity and representation - our personal and projected image - as influenced by the pervasive genre of fashion and style photography. 

Pearl Davies started smoking when she was a teenager and had been smoking thirty a day for years.

Brighton-based tailor Gresham Blake's bold and inventive take on traditional suits has generated interested worldwide, with an impressive list of clientele including Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim), Plan B, Steve Coogan and Ray Winstone among many others.

For thirteen days in October, Sweet Dukebox will become home to a selection of spooky shows and gory goings-on, with the launch of the brand new Brighton Horrorfest.

Chris Levine, who previously collaborated with Kate Moss, Grace Jones and Massive Attack, has unveiled his new work - a spectacular immersive sound and light installation which is set to become one of the iconic events that form the Root 1066 International Festival in Hastings.

Singer Alison Moyet, who has experienced dementia within her family, will walk beside thousands of others who have been affected by the condition at the Brighton Memory Walk.

Caroline Lucas joined hundreds of bighearted revellers for music, poetry, food and dancing in the Space For All Festival at the revamped Rose Hill Tavern. The event marked the launch of Brighton Migrant Solidarity's Thousand 4 £1000 project.

Hazel Rochez's mother, Thelma Jenkinson, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in  2001 and died in 2003. 

It's the ultimate rock 'n' roll road trip. In 2016, on the 90th anniversary of the opening of America's 'Mother Road', Brightonians Suzanne Rolfe and Melita Dennett spent five weeks travelling the dirt roads and gravel byways of Route 66.

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