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Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, Brighton Dome employee Graham Cameron produced a series of striking illustrations detailing his experience of lockdown, the impact of Covid-19 on the arts and his time furloughed from work. by: Mike Cobley
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Rob Brydon has come to this interview directly from the photo shoot for his new live tour, A Night of Songs & Laughter, which visits Brighton Dome on Saturday 25 September. 
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Retain those carefree thoughts and long hot days of summer with the new golden sounds from long-time Brighton Magazine favourites, Raving Beauties.

The Slow Readers Club, are back with their latest and most anthemic single yet, Tell No Lies; a synth-driven alternate anthem ready-made in time for the band's long anticipated – and three times rescheduled – UK Headline tour, which visits Chalk Brighton, next month. 

Fickle Friends, who are due to play a date in Brighton, next year, first established their reputation entirely independently, touring extensively throughout the UK and Europe before hitting the Top 10 with their major label debut album You Are Someone Else. 
Covers’ Help for Hospices returns with £30,000 fundraising target

After a break due to the pandemic, Covers Timber & Builders Merchants' successful fundraising initiative Help for Hospices will return to its Lewes and Burgess Hill depots from this week.
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Grab a brew and some good-for-dipping biscuits and listen to Peter Kay take a trip down memory lane, including his first-ever driving lesson, his childhood, the numerous jobs he held, right up until he found fame in the world of comedy.
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Following the unveiling of the official trailer for the cinematic documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996, Oasis has revealed unseen footage of their performance of their single Live Forever from the record breaking shows. 

Ahead of their date at Chalk Brighton, alien ravers Henge are ready to launch the next episode of their unique and spectacular comic book series.
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Inventive, witty and Noël Coward's own favourite play, Blithe Spirit is set to visit Harold Pinter Theatre this month, with comic actress, Jennifer Saunders staring as the eccentric clairvoyant Madame Arcati.

To celebrate ten years of the American Express Community Stadium, American Express and Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club are launching a search for ten Sussex-based Community Heroes to be honoured at the stadium. 

Stage and screen actress Dame Penelope Keith will collaborate once again with director Alan Strachan and designer Simon Higlett for Two Cigarettes in the Dark, a brand new play by Stephen Wyatt, that will visit Theatre Royal Brighton, next April.
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Multi-national, Brighton-based outfit ĠENN have unveiled the new visuals for Catalyst – taken from the band's latest EP Liminal.

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