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Last year endurance cyclist Mark Beaumont travelled the entire world on two wheels and documented it all in his new book. 2015 saw him ride Africa solo, from Cairo to Cape Town in just 42 days – a trip which involved crossing some of the most dangerous and inhospitable places on the globe in his life-long pursuit of routes to ride and records to break…

Children from a local primary school will take inspiration from a University of Brighton art collection when they create their own works for this year's Open Houses Festival.

A highly-personal short film by second-year University of Brighton student Dale John Allen has won an international film award in the USA.

Sea Life Brighton has announced its partnership with Brighton Fringe Festival to launch a series of history tours at the world's oldest operating aquarium.

The annual Grand Designs Live exhibition is here and host Kevin McCloud tells us why we should never stop dreaming big.

Brighton: Symphony of a City was inspired by the city symphony films of the 1920s and 1930s. Through a silent film with live music the aim was a visual and musical portrait of the city in all its festive, bohemian, campaigning glory.

A leading UK charity committed to improving the mental health of young people, is launching a major new cartoon competition about the pressures of the online world.

Te Rangitu Netana, one of New Zealand's leading experts in the ancient and traditional practice of Ta Moko, Maori tattoo, will be showcasing his work at the Brighton Tattoo Convention, later this month.

In Northern Spain there is a long standing tradition of gastronomic societies, known locally as txokos, where men meet friends to cook and share their passion for fine food and drink.

Founded by two friends and Brighton residents, Brighton Food Tours' new initiative aims to give guests an unexpected taste of the real independent Brighton away from the pier, pavilion and the pebble beach.

Three students from the University of Sussex are about to embark on an adventure of a lifetime.

Prior to the arrival of Nitro Circus in Sussex, this summer, we caught up with its CEO Mike Porra to get the lowdown on the origins of the circus,the highs and lows, the thrills and spills and Mike's plans for the future. 

Brighton-based Jamie McCartney presents an exhibition celebrating the fifth anniversary of his world famous feminist sculptureThe Great Wall Of Vagina, at London's celebratedSh! Women's Erotic Emporium store.
Photo credit: Julia Claxton

Sea Life Brighton, the world's oldest operating aquarium, has pulled out all the stops with its latest attraction – the global debut of Secrets of the Reef. 

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