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Theatre Royal Brighton features in a new feature-length documentary on the life of Hollywood and cultural icon, Audrey Hepburn.

“It was love at first sight” for a Dogs Trust pup, who was rescued by the dog welfare charity from a puppy farm and has recently found herself at the centre of a national television ad campaign.

Five formerly homeless people joined a Zoom call with royalty, when a visit to Brighton had to be postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions.

During second lockdown, Towner Eastbourne are designing and distributing a new series of activity packs that will make life a little better for the most vulnerable families in Eastbourne and Seaford. 

Throughout December, Midsummer Nightcap is launching a Christmas Pundemic - a socially distanced Christmas festival with music and Cabaret in the heart of Brighton.

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Some of the city's most vulnerable rough sleepers will be able to benefit from targeted, appropriate support and accommodation after Green Councillors secured backing to expand the 'Housing First' scheme in Brighton and Hove. 
Credit Rick Guest

Dancers from Brighton are among those invited to take part in a survey to identify what concerns they are facing right now, and how better to mobilise resources and to help support them. 

Film school staff and a student have created a moving short film to help raise money for The Crown actress Olivia Coleman's charity, Tender.

A new play, premiering this week, evokes the spirits of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Frida Kahlo through live stream, bringing theatre back to a locked-down UK. 

In light of the new national lockdown, plans for Brighton and Hove's Artists Open Houses festival, which was due to begin on the weekend of November 21, have had to be revised.

It's fair to say 2020 has been one of the most trying years with the chaos and heartache that COVID-19 has caused for so many. 

Earthworks is an immersive artwork by Brighton-based Semiconductor (Joe Gerhardt and Ruth Jarman) which will be exhibited at Fabrica, Brighton's Contemporary Art Centre, until 22nd November 2020.

People with a learning disability can feel more vulnerable and isolated than others, and with their regular large-scale live Blue Camel Club nights currently on hold, arts producer Carousel wanted to bring the community together for a big party to end the year.

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