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Brighton Dome and Chestnut Tree House have around 200 exclusive donated artworks from celebrities and artists now available on eBay until 7pm on Sunday 8th March. 
Bob Dylan will have a vibrant selection of his art on show in Brighton in a retrospective exhibition that brings together works released annually from 2008 to 2014, all from his critically-acclaimed collection: The Drawn Blank Series
The south's top music festival, Reading, has confirmed The Libertines as the final of this year's Main Stage headliners!  
Brighton & Hove City Council is set to become the first local authority in Britain to commission a Housing First project to tackle street homelessness and stop the revolving door of rehabilitation, hostel and street.
The new Brighton Trans*formed website is now up-and-running. Designed by Melanie Menard, the site features photographs and the full interview transcripts that formed the basis of the much praised book of the same name. 
The Fretful Federation is a community orchestra of players from Brighton and the surrounding areas playing all manner of fretted instruments, including mandolins, mandolas, mandocello, mandobass and classical guitars.
WhaleFest, the world's biggest whale and dolphin festival, which attracts over 15,000 visitors from across the globe in just two days, will be held at The Brighton Centre after its rapid growth over the past few years.
'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 Festival - the largest and most established annual multi-arts festival in England - has launched with award-winning Scottish author Ali Smith as Guest Director. 
Following a total sell-out Edinburgh Fringe 2014 run, one of comedy's elder statesmen and all-round arty mischief-maker heads to Brighton Dome this spring with a comedy of betrayal. 
Thomas Soud, member of UK Youth Parliament from Brighton and Hove, attended a special event in the Chapter House of Westminster Abbey to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the parliament called by Simon De Montfort, which met from January to mid-March 1265.
Fiona Oakes has broken three world records and is now the fastest woman to run a marathon on each Continent and the North Pole in elapsed and aggregate time.
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.
Elvis Costello had fallen out of love with his home country after a bad experience at Glastonbury back in 2005. The memory was recounted by Elvis as one of the worst forty-five minutes of his professional life: 

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