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In the wake of the events in Orlando earlier this month, Odeon Cinemas will hold special charity screenings of hit British film Pride.  by: Mike Cobley
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City College Brighton and Hove's Centre for Visual Arts End of Year Show, one of the highlights of Brighton and Hove's art calendar, is being held in the College's York and Trafalgar buildings on Pelham Street for four days.

To honour the memory and show solidarity following the tragic events at Pulse, an LGBT nightclub in Orlando, and victims of all hate crimes, an act of remembrance will take place on the main stage at Brighton Pride, on Saturday 6th August.

Prepare to step beyond space and time for a very special one-off event on Saturday 16th July 2016, as Brighton Science Festival tackles the science of Doctor Who.

A woman based in the South of England has just completed a 600-mile walk across Europe,gathering messages for peace from people around the globe via social media and presenting them to the top United Nations diplomat working to end the war in Syria.

Having been Superintendent of the Royal Parks for a quarter of a century, and one of only 63 people across the world to have been awarded the RSC Medal of Honour, there's not much Jim Buttress doesn't know about horticulture. 

Motocross star Jamie Squibb talks to us about Nitro Circus Live, job opportunities and generally living life on the death-defying edge, ahead of his visit to Sussex, in July.

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.

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