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Sunday 30 June 2024

Celebrate Brighton Pride 2024 With DJ & Drag Queen Jodie Harsh @ Brighton i360

DJ and drag queen, Jodie Harsh, will bring her energy and distinctive sound to the Brighton i360 beachside deck on Sunday 4th August from 6pm to 10pm.

Jodie Harsh's journey from London's underground club scene to international acclaim is a testament to her talent and vision. 

Her performances at venues like Pacha Ibiza, Wembley Stadium, Printworks, and the Warehouse Project have solidified her status as a global music icon. 

Known for her signature blonde beehive and pulsating DJ sets, Harsh creates an atmosphere that is both exhilarating and unifying.

Joining Jodie Harsh will be Gaydio's Kriss Herbert and Brighton's own Lizzie Curious, who will set the tone for an evening of celebration. 

Their presence underscores the local flavour and broad appeal of Brighton Pride, highlighting the event's dedication to community and diversity.

Speaking about the gig Jodie says: 

"Brighton Pride has always been more than just a party; it is a powerful expression of identity and solidarity. 

"This year's event at the Brighton i360 promises to capture the essence of what makes Pride special: a shared space where everyone can be themselves and celebrate together. 

"It is a chance to celebrate who we are, where we come from, and where we are going."

The event is open to those 18 and over with valid ID. You can Purchase Tickets Here

by: Mike Cobley


Ravi Adelekan & Poundland Foundation

Ravi Adelekan, a nine-year-old boy from Brighton, was one of twelve children and their families who had their wish granted to visit the Formula 1 Grand Prix at Silverstone over the weekend. This was thanks to a £30,000 donation from the Poundland Foundation to Make-A-Wish UK.

Memory Walk is back and locals can join thousands taking part in Brighton Memory Walk - at Hove Lawns No.1, on 29th September 2024.

FareShare Sussex & Surrey has launched a new crowdfunding campaign to help charities and community groups increase their capacity for frozen food, to feed more people experiencing hunger and food poverty.

A Brighton teacher who helps struggling local families with clothes and food, raises money in charity fun runs and regularly dons fancy dress to read to children at local events has been nominated in a national Teacher of the Year competition.
Credit: Dean Koopman

The Ocean Film Festival World Tour is bringing a new collection of ocean-themed films to Brighton Dome, this autumn. 
Credit Shervin Lainez

Alt-pop duo Cults will play Concorde 2, Brighton, later this year in support of the band's fifth studio album, To The Ghosts.

Heads On, the official charity for Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, is announcing the launch of Living Histories - an oral history project capturing the life stories of service users and staff with experience of NHS mental health services in Sussex. The charity is seeking volunteers to be trained as oral historians to collect stories across the county.

The first-ever Brighton & Hove performance by one of the most listened-to living pianists in the world today will take place at The Old Market this November.

Immortal Apples, Eternal Eggs  - at Hastings Contemporary -  is a meeting of two of the UK's most significant collections – The Ingram Collection and the David and Indrė Roberts Collection.

Carl Cox is one of the most in demand DJs, multi award winning, with countless club dates and festival appearances every year. 

Born in the Philippines and raised in London, Brighton-bound Beatrice Laus, known as Beabadoobee, has emerged as a British indie icon.

Lighthouse Project Space - Brighton's first ever public, youth-led artspace – opens this month with a programme of public events and activities.

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