DO: Scarlett Ladies

Inject a little zing into your Thursday evening with an Art Macabre session on 23rd April, brought to you by Brighton’s Scarlett Society. Art Macabre invites you to grab an artistic weapon of choice and take part in a ‘death … Continue reading →

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SEE: Cinderella Day at Churchill Square

Cinderella Day at Churchill Square

To help celebrate the release of Disney’s brand new live action film, Cinderella, Brighton’s Churchill Square has partnered up with the filmmaker to bring your little princesses a day of Cinderella-themed activities and fun on Saturday 21st March. Join Cinderella characters for … Continue reading →

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EAT: The Gingerman at Norfolk Square

The Gingerman at Norfolk Square

The Gingerman on Brighton’s Norfolk Square has had a makeover, and we were lucky enough to be invited for lunch to see what all the fuss was about. Gone are the fabric-covered seats, drapes and cream walls, replaced instead with … Continue reading →

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SHOP: Two Kats and a Cow

Two Kats and a Cow

Our favourite seafront gallery has paired up with Brighton drinks supremo Henry Butler of Butler’s Wine Cellar to host a tasting session of Springtime wines this evening from 7.30pm. Guests will be treated to pink fizz to start, whites, reds and a … Continue reading →

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DRINK: Presuming Ed Coffee House, London Road

Presuming Ed, London Road

Watch out Brighton, there’s a new coffee house on the block. Presuming Ed opened its doors in December and is quickly establishing itself as a London Road favourite. Sister cafe to The Marwood, there’s everything you’ve come to expect from … Continue reading →

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DO: Glug Brighton @ Sallis Benney Theatre

Glug Brighton - Friday 13th March @ Sallis Benney Theatre

Get ready for another inspirational Glug event, brought to you by Agency Rush and Crush Creative. Not being a huge networker myself (too scary!), nothing fills me with dread more than walking into a room full of strangers. But Glug … Continue reading →

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SHOP: SVP Jewellery

You can’t move for jewellery designers in Brighton, so it’s always refreshing when a brand comes along that encapsulates everything you look for in a piece of jewellery. SVP Jewellery is the brainchild of innovator and designer Sarah Parham, and … Continue reading →

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SEE: Tour of Britain comes to Brighton

Tour of Britain comes to Brighton

Brighton will be awash with Mamils today as stage seven of the Tour of Britain arrives in the city. With riders finishing on Madeira Drive around 3pm, spectators may be lucky enough to spot Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish or … Continue reading →

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MEET: Dawn O’Porter @ Waterstones Brighton

Dawn O'Porter at Waterstones Brighton

Another one for literary lovers. Join the gorgeous television presenter, journalist and author, Dawn O’Porter, at Waterstones Brighton on Wednesday 9th April at 7.30pm, where she will be talking about her new novel, Goose. She’ll also be signing copies of … Continue reading →

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MEET: Liz Pichon @ The Old Market

Waterstones Brighton presents author and illustrator Liz Pichon. If your kids love Tom Gates books this is the perfect event for them. At 11am on Saturday 10th May Liz will be selling copies of her new book, Tom Gates (A … Continue reading →

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EAT: La Choza

Review- La Choza

Recreating the taco shacks of Mexico, La Choza is Brighton’s best and only authentic Mexican street food restaurant. Run by a small team of passionate staff, this atmospheric North Laine institution has earned itself something of a reputation with diners … Continue reading →

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3 of the Best … Romantic Escapes

Escape the set menus and hoardes of hopeless (literally) romantics with our alternative guide to Valentine’s Day. The Griffin Inn Show some love and whisk your other half off to the Sussex countryside for an evening at the magnificent Griffin … Continue reading →

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D is For Detox

D is For Detox

It’s January, we’re all broke, our livers are groaning at the sight of alcohol, which means it’s time to get healthy. Here’s our guide to detoxing, Brighton-style. Best for Exercise Kit Thinking of taking up running or some form of … Continue reading →

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SEE: Pinocchio @ The Old Market

It was a wet and windy January day – in the boring bit after New Year’s Eve and the return to work – so we headed to The Old Market for a bit of light relief in the form of … Continue reading →

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DO: Cinders @ Emporium Brighton

Cinders at Emporium Brighton

There are a few days left before everything gets back to normal after the festive season, which means you’ve still got time to escape reality for a little while longer and catch Cinders at Emporium Brighton. If you haven’t heard … Continue reading →

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