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Brighton Dome is hosting Together, a free event on Sunday 23rd June 2019 to support two human rights campaigns: Refugee Week and Fly the Flag.

This month, Damian Barr will bring his legendary Literary Salon to Theatre Royal Brighton for a third time, with guest authors Dustin Lance Black and Tracey Thorn, both of whom will read from their new memoirs.

Two shows starring Sean Lock and Henning Wehn are already sold out and tickets are selling fast to see the likes of Alan Davies, Sara Pascoe, Adam Hills, Nina Conti, Nish Kumar and David O'Doherty.

Matt Haig, the Brighton-based author behind the best selling memoir Reasons to Stay Alive will join Green MP Caroline Lucas in conversation at an exclusive event on 5th July.

Artist Pete McKee, who opens a pop-up gallery in Brighton, this summer, has announced details of his latest book, Council Skies.

Local artist Jamie McCartney is exhibiting works at the Design Renaissance Gallery in Hove, for the month of May to coincide with Artist Open Houses and Brighton Festival.
Credit Pete McKee

Artist Pete McKee is to open a pop-up gallery in Brighton, this summer, a city in which he has not presented work in over a decade.

Back in 2017, Brighton Festival Guest Director Kate Tempest was inspired to initiate Your Place, a project with the aim of taking the Festival out to the communities of Brighton & Hove who might not be able to participate in cultural and artistic events. 

In the early 1980's, when painter Ned Hoskins returned to the UK following a year spent living and working in the States, he was struck by the lack of visual arts in the Brighton Festival

A new Syrian inspired flavoured ice cream has been created in honour of this year's Young City Reads book, The Boy at the Back of the Class, by Onjali Q Raúf.

Bespoke signs that reflect the heritage of the South Downs and create a sense of arrival are being installed at nineteen pilot sites at specially chosen locations at, or near, the National Park's borders across Sussex and Hampshire.

Taking place at the iconic South of England Showground in Ardingly, West Sussex, the annual event has been established since 1967.

Taking over Brighton's art spaces and select theatres between 1st - 7th April 2019, Doc'n Roll Film Festival returns with a programme full of music documentaries about bands, scenes and labels, stimulating live Q&As with an array of artists and directors, exclusive after-show parties, and much more.

Several hundred local people from Extinction Rebellion held a funeral for life on Earth in central Brighton, at the weekend – to sound the alarm about the looming threat of human and other species extinction, as a result climate breakdown. 

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