Month: March 2011

Aung San Suu Kyi

The Whistler – April 2011

Aung San Suu Kyi, this year’s Brighton Festival guest director, sends a message to the festival: “We all think about the Brighton Festival as an occasion for festivities, for diversity, for creativity, for expression, for freedom of expression. This is especially important to us in Burma, who have […]

Letters to The Whistler

If you like, or don’t like, what you read in The Whistler let us know, where ever you live. email or leave a comment on this page ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Dear Editor I enjoyed Phil Dange’s explanation in the Feb/March edition of why it isn’t necessary to include details […]

Moon Pale Slice

Say Cheesology

Wallace and Gromit can’t get enough of it, some believe that the moon is made from it and you can’t really say it without smiling…cheese! Great cheese is food alchemy and now the discerning cheese eaters of Brighton & Hove can indulge in some of the really good […]

Save my Job

“We should remember that domestic violence remains a tragic reality for many people. Now is the time to put an end to violence in the home and do all we can to protect children from abuse – not cut back on crucial services for the most vulnerable in […]

West Hill Kino Club

This spring sees the arrival of West Hill Kino Club. The Kino Club will fill the current void of independent/community-led cinema in Brighton, and create a DIY-orientated program which will incorporate hidden gems of contemporary and classic cinema and TV, alongside peripheral activities including live music, guest speakers […]