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Console Corner: Bravo Team PSVR review

A Supermassive disappointment.

Veganuary at Vegfest

Veganuary reunion at Vegfest Brighton

Thousands of vegans are set to flock to the Brighton Centre next weekend for a festival on all things plant-based.


Idlewild's Roddy Woomble on getting over his mid-life crisis

A mid-life crisis been successfully navigated by Idlewild’s Roddy Woomble on his latest solo album, on the back of which he tours to Brighton.

Mon Frere

Mon Frere's music will fill the Atlantic airwaves

The music of Littlehampton and Brighton-based band Mon Frere will be taking to the skies over the Atlantic for two months this spring.
Tim Barford

Vegfest prepares to meet fast-rising need

VegfestUK enters its tenth year in Brighton on the back of fast-rising numbers of vegans.

Dessie Magee at the Brighton Fringe flash mob at Brighton station

Brighton Fringe launches with flash mob of performances

The official Brighton Fringe brochure launch saw a host of musical acts perform outside Brighton railway station.
Pixie Lott will play the Brighton Pride Festival, alongside Britney Spears and Ella Eyre

Pixie Lott and Raye added to Pride line-up

Two more acts have been announced for this year's Brighton Pride weekend.

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It’s Probably Offensive - but also risky, funny and thought-provoking

Life is imitating art in Eastbourne this April as a new play, with inspiration drawn from free speech debates surrounding cartoon-driven satire such as that seen in Private Eye, Charlie Hebdo and Viz, receives its world premiere with one of Private Eye’s leading cartoonists on the cast.

Theatre and Comedy
Nikki Dunsford as Miss Jessel and Andrew Wesby as Peter Quint , back, with Kate Stoner as Mrs Grose, Bertie Atkinson as Miles, Nina Hayward as Flora and Keziah Israel as Miss Grey

REVIEW: The Turn of the Screw, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Atmosphere is everything in any production of The Turn of the Screw, Henry James’ classic ghost story.

Theatre and Comedy
Jess Glynne will play LoveBN1Fest on Sunday

Jess Glynne and Ella Eyre announced for Brighton Pride festivals

Brighton Pride has announced two more acts for its weekend festivals in Preston Park this summer.

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This is as close to the real thing as you will get outside of VR

Console Corner: Isle of Man TT: Ride On The Edge review

Real thrills on two wheels but limited.

I Believe in Unicorns is at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, on Wednesday, March 14

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, March 9-15

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex

Theatre and Comedy
John Bishop is at the Brighton Centre on Saturday, March 10

Ten things to see in Sussex, March 9-16

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
The choir

Singing for better mental health!

A Brighton choir is championing singing as a way of tackling mental-health issues head on.

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Joseph J Jones

Joseph J Jones: new track ahead of Brighton date

Joseph J Jones releases a new track Speaking In Tongues through Communion Records ahead of a date at Brighton’s Hope And Ruin on March 14.

Paw Patrol Live is coming to Brighton

Paw Patrol Live comes to Brighton

Paw Patrol LIVE! “The Great Pirate Adventure” will be on at The Brighton Centre on Saturday, September 8 and Sunday 9.

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Alan White - YES

The man who put the phone down on John Lennon!

Prog-rock legends YES mark their half century with a tour which brings them to the Brighton Centre on Wednesday, March 21.

Who's Bad

The magic of Michael Jackson

For many, the most striking thing about Michael Jackson was the charisma, the sheer showmanship of the man.
Spring Forward organiser Rifa Thorpe-Tracey

Celebration of women in digital and tech

A month-long celebration of women in digital culture returns to Brighton and Hove for its fourth year.
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Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith discusses parenthood, her album, and Amy Winehouse

Becoming a parent is just about the biggest event in anyone’s lives, bringing with it a raft of challenges and unforeseen scenarios that potentially pose the sternest of tests.

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