Monthly Archives: October 2012

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Returns to Brighton

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Returns to Brighton

It’s that time of year again, when the Christmas Ice Rink returns to Brighton’s majestic Royal Pavilion. At over 800 square metres and with space for 250 skaters per session, the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink is our favourite festive activity. … Continue reading →

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Win – Red Mutha Cap

Win a Red Mutha Cap

It’s your lucky day, people. We have a Red Mutha Snapback Cap to giveaway to a Brighton Starling reader. Worth £30, you can take your pick from one-off cap designs, including ‘Boo’ and ‘Sick’. Red Mutha is Brighton’s original and … Continue reading →

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Head to Toe at Unlimited Editions

Head to Toe at Unlimited Editions

We’re pleased to announce the launch of a brand new exhibition of work by Anthony Peters, aka Imeus Design, currently on show at Unlimited Editions. ‘Head to Toe’ celebrates Anthony’s love of minimal graphics, old school book diagrams and hands-on printing methods. All … Continue reading →

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Brighton Street Art – part VIII

Brighton Street Art - part VIII

Adorning an alleyway off Bond Street, this cool map of Brighton put a bit of zing back in to our (ever so slightly dull) day.        

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Brighton Comedy Fringe

Brighton Comedy Fringe

Running until Saturday 10th November, the Brighton Comedy Fringe returns for its seventh year, promising audiences some of the best comedy in town. With tickets priced between £5 and £9.50, there’s no excuse not to be part of this exciting … Continue reading →

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We Heart John Dilnot

We Heart John Dilnot

We’ve always admired Brighton-based John Dilnot’s work from afar and were lucky enough to meet him recently at Brighton Art Fair. Based in a studio in New England House, his colourful, eye-catching artwork can be found in some of the … Continue reading →

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The Zombies Are Coming

The Zombies Are Coming

One of the highlights of our year is seeing zombies of all shapes and sizes, and with varying degrees of horrific disfigurations, pouring out of Brighton Station, much to the astonishment of bemused onlookers. When this happens, we know it’s … Continue reading →

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Fashionably Late at Brighton Museum

Fashionably Late at Brighton Museum

Mixing fashion, music, cocktails, dancing and vintage makeovers, Fashionably Late is a fabulous fashion event that’s taking over Brighton Museum for one-night only on Thursday 11th October. Rub shoulders with fellow fashionistas while you have a nose around Brighton’s premier museum and … Continue reading →

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Handa’s Surprise at Brighton Dome

Handa's Surprise at Brighton Dome

Join Brighton Dome and the Little Angel Theatre for a delightful puppetry adaptation of Eileen Browne’s classic picture book, Handa’s Surprise. Every child will have read the book, but now’s their chance to see their favourite characters come to life. When … Continue reading →

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Lavender Room Customer Evening

Lavender/Room Customer Evening

Our favourite Brighton shop, lavender/room, is holding a Customer Evening on Thursday 3rd October from 5.30 to 9pm – so prepare yourself for a shopping spree like no other. As if you need a good excuse to browse the rails with a … Continue reading →

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