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Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse have spent their long working partnership creating unique comedy characters for life on the small screen. by: Mike Cobley
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Nutkhut, the leading outdoor performance company which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, is joining forces with City College Brighton and Hove's Acting & Dance department to stage a new production, Dr. Blighty, in the 2016 Brighton Festival. 
One of the highlights of Brighton Fringe 2015 is The State Vs John Hayes, a striking one-act play about the death penalty, a psychological thriller laced with dark humour.
Tommy hates everything: his home, his clothes, his fellow man, and most of all, his poverty. 
Vic and Bob have announced their first tour since 1995! The tour, '25 Years of Reeves and Mortimer: The Poignant Years' will be a celebration of the first 25 years of their professional collaboration. 
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus are set to go back to the Bond Age where an evil despot sets out to snatch their scoring secrets and crack the code of camp.
'Color Runners' from across the UK are set to round off a summer of colour madness by returning back to Madeira Drive, Brighton, for the third time.
Brighton Film School recently welcomed the legendary music video director W.I.Z (Oasis, Emeli Sande, Dizzee Rascal, Kings of Leon) to the school as a guest lecturer to their Filmmaking HND 1st year students.
There are too many jesters pretending to be kings, too many charlatans and not enough innovators. These are the musical times in which we live .. and Paul Weller, 56, aiin't havin' none of it.
Britain's nostalgia obsessives have a new act to follow: a TV themes band, Dream Themes, playing what one aficionado describes as 'songs for the sofa'.  
The Martlets Midnight Walk is back – the biggest girls’ night out of the year, and new for 2015, the Hove based hospice have added a challenging 20 mile route. 
Once Pauline Fowler's love interest in EastEnders, Ray Brooks' career takes in writing, acting and voice-over work. 
This year Writer and Director David Weedall, celebrates a record breaking 20th consecutive years at the Brighton Fringe, writing and directing his own work with actors from the Brighton area. 
This year is well and truly the year of the vegan as Europe's biggest vegan festival, VegfestUK, announced a record attendance of 12,000 visitors at their latest event at the Brighton Centre.
A charity in Brighton has introduced a detox clinic for seagulls – after the birds gave up fish and became addicted to chips!

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