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Sat in the TV room at The Courtlands Hotel, in Hove, on the evening of 1st December 1973, with just one other guest. That was a twelve year-old me (ed) and a sockless and scowling Brian Clough. On the screen were 'the highlights' of Brighton & Hove Albion getting hammered 2-8 by Bristol Rovers. Clough was the co-manager of the Albion!

In the year that has seen knife crime in the UK soar to an unprecedented level, writer and actress Ambreen Razia, presents POT, which goes inside the corrupt and violent world of inner city gang culture. 
Barbara Windsor Memory Walkers

Sussex resident Arianne McGarrigle recently joined a tide of people to unite against dementia at Brighton and Hove Memory Walk


Benefit Cosmetics joined forces with Alice Skinner and a team of street artists to create two inspiring murals. The artworks celebrate the collaborative efforts of women, who support each other's 'brow-raising' actions and accomplishments.  
(c) Joeseth Carter

A top Brighton-based rock photographer has been reunited with the camera kit which was stolen while he photographed the Pride festival in the city.
Credit Victor Frankowski

Hot on the heels of his turn as Guest Director for Brighton Festival 2018, Turner Prize nominated artist and Brighton resident David Shrigley will be designing a giant snail sculpture for Snailspace, a unique public art event in aid of Martlets Hospice.

The Empathy Museum's acclaimed immersive exhibit A Mile in My Shoes will open -  in a giant shoe box  - outside the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton, this autumn.

A blind professional footballer, the first woman to skydive from Mount Everest and one of the country's leading TV News broadcasters have been unveiled as the first speakers at this year's TEDxBrighton.

Whether it's a festival, a movement or a rebellion, the countdown is in full swing. Byline Festival, held at Pippingford Park, in East Sussex, is less than two weeks away. 
Pic by Andy Sturmey

It's official: Brighton & Hove Pride 2018 weekend was the biggest ever. Four hundred and fifty thousand people visited the city across the weekend, including those who flocked to its beaches to take advantage of the good weather.

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Brighton, are a producing partner for Brighton Digital Festival and have announced a curated season brimming with digital art, gigs, installations and a day of critical reflection..
Credit: Tony Tree

A new development will launch at Charleston, in East Sussex, this September, with the inaugural exhibition Orlando at the present time, which will present a contemporary response to Virginia Woolf's renowned novel Orlando: A Biography

The Brighton-based Martin Fisher Foundation has launched their Making HIV-Stigma History campaign. 

Local celebrity artist Jamie McCartney will be driving his tiny pink tuktuk in the Brighton Pride Parade again this year. As well as the crowd pleasing water jets from last year there'll be floating nude inflatables flying overhead!

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