My Father Held A Gun

My Father Held A Gun

A stunningly simple yet immersing and thoughtful performance, My Father Held a Gun attempts to answer the question: Why do men go to war?Storytelling duo Israeli Raphael Rodan and … 

Invisible Voices of Brighton & Hove

Invisible Voices of Brighton & Hove

The Cascade Coffee Shop is at the centre of a drive to help rehabilitate and reintegrate the homeless population of Brighton through the Cascade Creative Recovery organisation. 

One Can Not Be Too Careful

One Can Not Be Too Careful

Gallery Lock-In is a makeshift gallery space tucked away in the backstreets behind the beachfront. 

ARTWORKS

ARTWORKS

The newly refurbished St Augustine’s Centre has been playing host to a huge variety of shows and events: artists working on their pieces live, plays and music performances, scree… 

There Was a Ship

There Was a Ship

Located inside the hulking monolith that is St Bartholemew’s church, the veritable belly of the beast, is a wacky art installation by sculptor and spoken word artist Brian Mander… 

Efemera

Efemera

The Warren's aptly named Theatre Box (it’s a converted shipping container) hosted this year’s final Fringe performance of Efemera. 

Wordstock Brighton 2018

Wordstock Brighton 2018

Brighton’s lively Open Market played host to the Wordstock festival this Saturday. 

Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories

Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories

A celebration of Brighton’s diversity, Connecting Places: Our Untold Stories, organised by the Brighton and Hove BME Heritage Network, is an opportunity for everyone to hear the …