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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. 
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.
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. 
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. 
The Prodigy's new album, The Day is My Enemy, takes you on a journey through the uncharted underbelly of urban nightlife where anger is an ever-present energy lurking just beneath the surface of an edgy calm.
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'.  
Like other contemporary music legends of his generation – including Bob Dylan and John Lennon - music and art are inextricably linked in Ronnie Wood's life and the desire and need to create through both art forms is both natural and relentless.
Our Big Gig, England's largest community music festival is to return this summer, and local community organisations are being urged to register now to organise an event. 
Once Pauline Fowlers love interest in EastEnders, Ray Brooks' career takes in writing, acting and voice-over work. 
The organisers of some of Europe's biggest vegan festivals VegfestUK are urging residents of Brighton and beyond to go vegan as a matter of priority ahead of their huge event at the Brighton Centre, later this month..
Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus have announced the financial fruits of a busy month spent performing in aid of good causes.
A funny fella with a brain as razor sharp as his wit - and don't you just love him for it - Jimmy Carr has honed his craft and now uses his audience as the backbone of his stand-up.
'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.
When the weather's set to high-summer, the well organised family-orientated Love Supreme Jazz Festival will be with us once again.

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