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New local radio station 1 Brighton FM is providing Creative Music Production students from City College Brighton and Hove with the opportunity to showcase their presenting and production skills on their own weekly show, which is broadcast every Wednesday 2-4pm. 
This summer the city of Brighton & Hove will come together for a truly unique event, one that will see community groups, businesses and individuals united by sport, regardless of sexuality, race, age or ability. 
It was after British Sea Power relocated to Brighton in search of a more active musical landscape that the then fledgling outfit caught the eye of local scenesters.
English singer-songwriter Anna Calvi is known for her dark, romantic approach to songwriting, visually compelling live performances and prodigious guitar playing..
Long cherished by fans and critics alike, Thea Gilmore's 17-year career has seen her profile and audience grow with inexorable momentum since her first album, Burning Dorothy, was released when she was just 18.  
This year, ahead of the general election on May 7th, the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection (BUAV) is marking World Day for Animals in Laboratories by calling on Sussex residents to Vote Cruelty Free and support its campaign to end animal experiments in the UK.

Pic WaterAid/ Eliza Deacon
Local fundraiser, Sophie Goodall, from Brighton, saw first-hand the difference the money she has raised for WaterAid is making  during an unforgettable trip to Uganda, with the international development charity.
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.
1926: Houdini's right-hand man deals with the death of his boss. A half century later, a Blackpool joke shop proprietor takes on a wide-eyed young protégé. 
Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse have spent their long working partnership creating unique comedy characters for life on the small screen.
Tommy hates everything: his home, his clothes, his fellow man, and most of all, his poverty. 
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. 
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.

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