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Oliver Twist re-imagined for family-friendly dance performance

Fagin’s Twist, a contemporary hip hop dance retelling of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist, is coming to Brighton next week.

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Catherine OSullivan looks at some of the objects on the map so far

Mapping out the history and lives of Brighton and Hove

A Brighton artist collective is urging residents to help it create a collaborative map of the city, focusing on ‘hidden histories and radical politics’.

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Fathers take to the stage with their children as part of the 'Dad Dancing' show

Dads take to the dance floor at Brighton show

Fathers, daughters and sons are set to take to the stage as part of the 'Dad Dancing' tour, exploring 'the touching, funny and sometimes awkward father-child relationship'.

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LewesLight 2017

LewesLight 2017 is this weekend

LewesLight 2017 – running from Friday to Saturday, October 13-15 – promises a “festival of light unlike any other”, now in its third year.

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Liam Francis by Chris Nash

Brighton dancer on the road with Rambert

Rambert comes to Southampton for the first time in 25 years, showcasing the legendary, the new and the best of its work - with Brighton dancer Liam Francis among the cast.

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Ruth Ware. Picture by Ollie Grove

Get inside the minds of top thriller writers in Ditchling

Three of the UK’s leading psychological thriller writers will be appearing at The Book Lovers’ Supper Club on Thursday, October 5, at The Barn in Ditchling.

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West Blatchington Windmill has been restored to its former glory

Restoration of windmill wins heritage award

A restoration project which has seen West Blatchington Windmill returned to its former glory has received a heritage award.
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Nestor Ponce

Exiled Argentinian poet marks National Poetry Day in Brighton

Exiled Argentinian poet Néstor Ponce is to appear at a Freedom from Torture event in Brighton, as part of National Poetry Day.

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Twilight at Royal Pavilion Ice Rink (Photograph: Brighton Pictures)

Pavilion ice-rink returns for festive fun

The Royal Pavilion will once again form the backdrop to the city's festive ice-rink, which returns for its eighth year.
Whats on
Eliza Hatch

Highlighting sexual harassment

A University of Brighton graduate is raising awareness about sexual harassment by documenting women’s experiences.

Arts
The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

The average woman wears just five complete outfits on a loop

Emma Elsworthy

Offbeat
Marina Warner

Behind the scenes at Charleston’s Small Wonder festival

The Small Wonder short story festival is at Charleston from September 27 to October 1.

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Towards Newhaven by Mark Glassman

Bishopstone garden exhibition set to raise funds for Macmillan

Next Saturday (August 19) sees the start of the Lewes District Council’s Artwave Festival.

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Daisy White. Picture by Claire Brewer

Daisy White releases new crime thriller set in Brighton

Sussex novelist Daisy White is celebrating the release of her gripping new crime thriller, Before I Left.

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Alison MacLeod

Charleston’s short story festival has a multicultural feel

Charleston celebrates the short story this autumn in a unique festival of words and ideas, which provides a glimpse into the human condition and the complicated times in which we are living.

Arts
Saltdean Pot at Brighton Museum

A discovery made in Saltdean

Brighton Museum’s object of the month comes from the archaeology department this time.

News
Dance Inc.

'We’re on a mission to get people active with dance'

Brighton and Hove’s award winning sport, dance and exercise festival returns to the city this weekend (June 17).
News
Engraved portrait from A Memoir of Jane Austen by J. E. Austen-Leigh, 1869

Jane Austen’s link with coastal towns explored at Brighton exhibition

A new display at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton will explore Jane Austen’s relationship with coastal towns, and life in Brighton during her time, to mark the bicentenary of her death.

Lifestyle
Laserlight Synth, Brighton Digital Festival 2014

Funds available to showcase city's digital creatives

Digital arts and culture events can benefit from up to £1,000 in funding to put on an event at this year's Brighton Digital Festival.

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Peter James

Peter James discusses his latest Roy Grace book in Worthing

Number-one bestselling Brighton-based author Peter James marks the publication of his 13th Roy Grace novel Need You Dead with a talk at Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on Thursday, June 1 at 7.30pm.

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