Day: August 2, 2014

Audience Power

In 2011 something extraordinary happened in our city. For many years up to 200 people turned up on six Sunday mornings each winter for a concert in the Old Market in Hove, later at St Nicholas, Brighton. The performers were almost entirely string quartets, usually of world-class standard. […]

Centennial

Thursday 11 September 2014   Fabrica Gallery, 40 Duke Street, Brighton On Thursday 11 September (1-4pm), Fabrica gallery, in collaboration with arts and heritage organisation Strike a Light, will be hosting a free and specially created event Centennial. Forming part of the nationwide Heritage Open Days free events across […]

Rules is Rules

Greetings, one and all, and welcome to the height of Summer snapshot of the financial world. By the time this illustrious periodical hits the doormat, we may have endured a prolonged spell of thunder storms (this is England, when all is said and done), but hopefully, we have […]

Brighton Toy & Model Museum

Brighton Toy and Model Museum has received £57,900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for an exciting project, ‘Toys in the Community: Valuing Memories of dolls, teddy bears and construction toys’. Involving volunteers from the local community, the 2-year project will collect memories from a range of people […]