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One of Sussex's most important cultural destinations is poised to reopen its doors to the public, with two new exhibitions, dinner service display celebrating famous women and a new café.
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In a career spanning more than seven decades, John Nash produced work across a range of mediums, from iconic oil paintings to accomplished wood engravings, line-drawings, lithographs and watercolours.  

A comedy entertainer proficient in three languages is using an additional verbal means of communication to engage with his audience - laughter.
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Imogen Phillips lives in Brighton and has just started saying 'writer' when people ask her what she does. She writes short stories which dive deep into the mess and murk of womanhood. 
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Emptiness is Form launches Interbeing, an ambitious international ceramic and sound art project between British and Chinese artists.

To mark National Gardening Week (now until 2nd May), homelessness charity Emmaus Brighton & Hove is calling for local gardeners to spring clean their sheds and donate any pre-loved finds to its community.

Menswear specialists scotts - who have been celebrating the cream of British music in recent weeks with their Under The Spotlight video series - have now turned to an up-and-coming Brighton musician.
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After almost five months, 35 North Contemporary Fine Art, in Brighton, will be reopening to the public on Saturday 1st May. 
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Two of the buildings at Brighton’s newest neighbourhood Edward Street Quarter have reached their highest point in a major milestone for the development.

Restaurant owners and operators across the South East are being urged to join the Restaurant Collective, a new not-for-profit small business community spearheaded by TV chef Brian Turner with a mission to save the UK's independent restaurants.

Dr Gerald Moore was a polymath, who ran a medical empire, a Safari Park and Motor Museum, while also painting, sculpting and writing novels, children's books and poetry.

Brighton & Hove City Council has become one of the first to formally adopt the homeless bill of rights as embodying the city's aspirations for its treatment of homeless people. 

Much-loved detective Roy Grace is in for the holiday from hell in Wish You Were Dead, the Quick Read from long-time literacy campaigner and crime fiction maestro Peter James. 
Paula Howells as Boy George

February was LGBTQ+ History Month which gave footballers from Lewes FC the perfect opportunity to use their platform to create awareness and raise over £1500 for a local charity.

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