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Just prior to the release of their first new album in a decade, The Libertines will take to the stage at the south's top music festival, Readingas the final of this year's Main Stage headliners!  
Fondly referred to by the Metropolitan Police as 'general rabble-rouser' and 'alleged comedian', the very same Mark Thomas has created Trespass, which carries on from where his previous show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent left off. 
Diabetes UK is urging schools and students in Sussex to take part in a short film competition to help raise awareness of Type 1 diabetes and improve care in schools for children and young people living with the condition. 
Noel Fielding, best known for playing Vince Noir in The Mighty Boosh, is proud to have retained his child-like view of the world.
This month six gardens across the city will be open for members of the public to look around and admire, with some also holding cake or plant sales, to raise money for the Martlets Hospice.
The Vaccines are on their third album (English Graffiti) and the band have toured extensively, playing with and opening up for acts such as The Rolling Stones, Arcade Fire, The Stone Roses, Arctic Monkeys, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Muse.
Brighton and Hove community groups joined Cathedral Group in a final showcase of dance and performance, arts and recycling at the Circus Street market building to mark the closure of the building ahead of redevelopment.

Commemorating Terry Higgin's 70th birthday, the UK's leading sexual health and HIV charity has rolled out a national programme – Health Wealth and Happiness Project (HWHP) - aimed at the one in four of those living with HIV in the UK who are over 50, with Brighton one of five locations chosen.
Last year, artist and broadcaster, Scottee attempted to turn his illiterate Irish Grandad, Liam Gallagher into an artist.
Brighton resident Dara Fitzgerald will be travelling to Spain to make the entrance of Pamplona's bullring – where the animals tormented in the Running of the Bulls are ultimately killed – run red with 'blood', early next month. 
True life stories of domestic violence, drug abuse and refugees fleeing persecution have been highlighted in a report that tackles the issue of inequality across Brighton & Hove.
The Space, in association with its sponsor, Brighton Film School, welcomes comedy legend Barry Cryer and television drama writer Jed Mercurio, to its event in Brighton.
A recent adult learning success story at City College Brighton and Hove is a mother and daughter team from the city who launched a new designer clothing brand thanks to a Dressmaking evening class.
The hidden histories and fascinating features of Brighton & Hove are being enshrined in a new official record of the city's heritage assets.

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