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Comedy: A hop, skip & a jump

Posted on: September 16th, 2014 by admin No Comments

- September 16, 2014

They say that travel broadens the mind, but it also takes you to some darn fine comedy nights We all know that Brighton is more than a bit brilliant at offering up things to do. With a lovely array of... »

Spinelli celebrates 7 years in Kemp Town

Posted on: September 16th, 2014 by admin No Comments

- September 16, 2014

Seventh Heaven Kemp Town Village favourite, Spinelli, celebrates an anniversary with a new chef, a new menu and a new look It hardly seems possible that Kemp Town Village favourite, Spinelli, should be celebrating its seventh year anniversary this month.... »

Interview: Victoria Nangle catches up with comedian and writer Jason Cook

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- September 16, 2014

Cook with gas Victoria Nangle catches up with comedian and writer Jason Cook ahead of the Brighton Comedy Festival, about his hit series Hebburn, breaking things, and the West Pier Hiya Jason – How’ya doing? Good, I think. Good today.... »

Marine Life: Kirsty Pollard on The Brighton Triathlon, Sunday 21 September 2014

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- September 16, 2014

Brighton Marina has hosted The Brighton Triathlon since 1990, a no frills, no fuss swim, cycle and run. The best place to see the triathlon is from the undercliff walk directly in line with the Master Marina pub, where the... »

Brighton’s Arty: Creative Corners

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- September 16, 2014

I work in Teddington – Middlesex’s answer to Stepford. It’s where the middle classes go to breed, and one of the most uninspiring destinations on the planet. So when colleagues ask me why I don’t move nearer to avoid the... »

Blind Hamlet

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by joef No Comments

- September 15, 2014

This conceptual theatre piece dealt with writer Nassim Soleimanpour’s losing his sight, and we hear his voice through a dictaphone on stage. These passages were occasionally funny and well performed, but the evening became more muddled when the disembodied voice... »

The Cavaleri Quartet

Posted on: September 15th, 2014 by joef No Comments

- September 15, 2014

The opening concert of the superb Strings Attached season was a diverse affair, and first piece Ralph Vaughan Williams’ quartet no. 2 truly took off in the second movement. The viola themes were delicately, movingly drawn by Ann Beilby and... »

The Bike Hub opens in Brighton

Posted on: September 12th, 2014 by admin No Comments

- September 12, 2014

The Bike Hub, which has opened in Brighton restores old bikes that are no longer roadworthy and sells them for people to use again.

Chubby Chops cafe for dogs opens

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- September 12, 2014

Chubby Chops is a café for dogs and their owners and serves delicious doggy treats

Hyde Homes’ new housing development in Hove

Posted on: September 12th, 2014 by admin 2 Comments

- September 12, 2014

Hyde Homes talks about its planned development in Hove. Jody Doherty-Cove reports.