Monthly Archives: July 2012

Win – Wilderness Festival Tickets

Win tickets to Wilderness Festival

The award-winning Wilderness Festival returns to Cornbury Park in Oxfordshire from 10th to 12th August. Billed as a celebration of the arts and outdoors in the wilds of England, this year sees Rodrigo y Gabriela, Wilco and Spiritualized line up … Continue reading →

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Banksy hits Brighton

Get ready for the launch of a new book about renowned graffiti artist, Banksy. The Old Market will be home to local writer Patrick Potter tonight, as he introduces his new book, Banksy, You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat. … Continue reading →

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Food Glorious Food

Food Glorious Food

Our favourite local food festival returns this weekend, showcasing the best artisan food producers from all over Sussex and some of the finest English winemakers. Set in the beautiful grounds of Glynde Place, The Glynde Food & English Wine Festival … Continue reading →

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Roll Up, Roll Up – FunFair is Here

Roll Up, Roll Up - FunFair is Here

Brighton is renowned for having some of the best clubs in the South East, so it is with much excitement that we bring you news of The FunFair Club – a brand new late-night venue opening this weekend. With its … Continue reading →

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Brighton Street Art – part VI

Brighton Street Art: Part VI

This bad boy mackerel looks good enough to eat. Currently residing at the i360 site, catch him before he’s gone.

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ShopWatch: Small Batch Coffee

ShopWatch: Small Batch Coffee

ShopWatch is a regular feature looking at inspirational Brighton shops. Owners share the secrets of their success and give Brighton Starling an insight into their business. With premises in Goldstone Villas, Wilbury Road and Jubilee Street, and mobile coffee carts … Continue reading →

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The Delectable Doctor Brown

The Delectable Doctor Brown

After a successful stint at the Brighton Family Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and London’s Soho Theatre, Doctor Brown and his Singing Tiger return to Brighton this weekend. Expect family-friendly adventure, comedy, pineapples, singing (naturally), BMX finale (sort of) and incredibly tight … Continue reading →

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Ping-Pong Takes Over

Ping-Pong Takes Over

Ping-pong has always had a bit of a hip following; from famous fans like Damon Albarn and Kevin Spacey, to Ping Pong Parlours popping up at festivals, the sport is enjoying something of a revival. All helped by initiatives like … Continue reading →

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