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One Dance UK and filmmaker Rick Guest will expand their work together to promote mental wellbeing for dancers via the online debut of new short film A Dream of Dark & Troubling Things.
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New Writing South launches a brand-new LGBTQ+ online book group this week. The Hear Us Out Book Group is part of New Writing South's Hear Us Out project, an online programme celebrating older LGBTQ+ people's real-life stories.
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A new survey conducted by Born Free has conducted a survey which reveals that nearly 4,000 dangerous wild animals are being privately kept in Great Britain – 124 of which are living in Sussex. 

Brighton and Hove Food Partnership is partnering with WRAP, the UK's leading sustainability charity, as it begins its inaugural Food Waste Action Week.  

Bulgarian artist Vera Hadzhiyska was chosen to exhibit in the In Between Gallery - a temporary gallery in Fabrica's large window space, showing contemporary photography in the heart of Brighton's busy city centre for all who pass by.
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Mary House in Hastings, part of Martha Trust, is the third recipient of the PS&B community charity grant campaign.
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An art project and community enterprise that looks at innovative solutions to the often-ignored problem of illness, intimacy, sexual function and pleasure, has been launched. 

As Brighton's lockdown restrictions are set to ease and many financial support packages are due to come to an end, attention will focus on the government's soon to be updated annual rough sleeper count.
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The Brighton Event professionals Independent Committee (EPIC) is a group dedicated to supporting people working in the events industry in Brighton and surrounding areas and they believe that rapid tests are not the answer to freeing the local entertainment industry from its current Covid-19 restrictions.

Set in Brighton, new film Justine examines the search to find love and a sense of belonging in a chaotic world.

V-Day, the international nonprofit organisation dedicated to eradicating violence against women, girls and the planet - founded by The Vagina Monologues playwright V (formerly Eve Ensler) -  launched a Spotify ad campaign to invite submissions to Voices, a new interdisciplinary performance arts project grounded in Black women's stories. 

Urgent action is needed to combat people living with dementia 'dying from loneliness' in care homes, Alzheimer's Society has warned.

Towner Eastbourne and the South Downs National Park have joined forces to send creative kit bags of art materials and suggested activities to households across East Sussex, including some of the most vulnerable.

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