30 September – 5 November housebiennial.art HOUSE Biennial’s theme for 2017 is Excess, which is explored by each commissioned artist using their own approach to it and the consequences of society’s appetite for desiring too much. In A King’s Appetite Laura Ford creates a series of new sculptural […]
There is much to look forward to at West Hill Hall this Autumn. First date is the one you’ve already saved, 10 October at 7.30pm when Sarah Tobias will be giving WHCA’s Autumn local history talk on the ‘Hidden History of Brighton’s Parks and Gardens’. Next is the […]
Morning Hatha Yoga Classes with Stephanie Eastwood I’m offering weekday morning Hatha Yoga classes on Tuesdays (9.00am) and Fridays (10.15am)
Dear Editors I absolutely love receiving your newsletter through the door and I was really excited to read the letters section in the last edition of The Whistler. Talk about dramatic: I absolutely loved Stephen’s response to the Sally May article! Kept me at the edge of my […]
Peter Batten writes about a great love … My promise to provide an article for every issue of The Whistler has led me to make several embarrassing confessions. Here comes another. I fell in love with the great jazz violinist, Stephane Grappelli (pictured).