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Brighton writer Tom Johnstone began writing his new novel, The Monsters are due in Madison Square Garden, during the 2016 US presidential election campaign, and the simultaneous rise of the 'Alt-Right'. 

A darkly poetic tale of smoke and mirrors, temptation and lost innocence, Something Wicked This Way Comes continues to influence the modern masters of horror. 

Alzheimer's Society has partnered with people affected by dementia, LGBT+ communities and key organisations (including Switchboard in Brighton and Hove) on a series of resources, including a video, booklet, online hub and posters, to raise awareness and understanding of challenges faced by LGBT+ people affected by dementia.  

For young people still in education looking to achieve the right exam results, or those who have just entered the world of work hoping to land that dream role, gaining experience in their chosen field can be very difficult. 

The Turner Prize-nominated visual artist David Shrigley has created a personalised artwork to help raise funds for the Brighton Dome's refurbishment project.

Last weekend Brighton & Hove Green Party began collecting donations of clothes, food and toiletries for a range of local charitable organisations which support the city's most vulnerable residents

Wave's inaugural podcast festival - which includes podcasts from lifestyle to film to comedy to music - is set to take place across a range of venues in Brighton.

Recently at Fabrica cinema, in Brighton, young people learned what it takes to be a stuntman in the TV & Film Industry.

Brighton's New Note is the first orchestra in the world to be formed of recovering drug and alcohol addicts, helping members stay sober by focusing on creating and playing music.
Photo credit: Ray Gibson

This Saturday, 24th November 2018, Brighton & Hove Black History will take guests on a tour of the city's Black historical landmarks on a new bus named after slave boy Thomas Highflyer

Brighton charity Same Sky this week launches its crowdfunder for Burning the Clocks 2018, offering exclusive gifts in order to raise £5,000 and help secure the future of the event.
The Barton Family

A couple who met at Brighton Dome have returned to the venue to launch a public competition to name a seat in the refurbished Corn Exchange or Studio Theatre.

Teenagers involved in the Brighton based youth project Brighton5 are holding Halloween celebrations with a difference. 

Local mum of two teenage girls Daisy Creswell has spoken out about how it was her struggles with her own teenage daughter that lead to the founding of her new company Make (Good) Trouble and the project Brighton5.

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