THE SEASON OF grey skies, central heating, layers, boots, scarves, the school run, work is now upon us. Fancy something different to brighten November and transport you – without needing a passport? Clowning – an escape from the everyday. An antidote to winter blues. The red nose is […]
IT WAS ONE of the hottest days of the year. On the bus coming into Brighton, I already regretted signing up for a writing retreat in town. Doubtless I would end up in an airless room – they’re always airless in my experience – for six hours, pining […]
THE 2019 PROGRAMME for Brighton Early Music Festival is all about change and changing times. Taking ‘Metamorphosis’ as its theme, the Festival, which focuses on music written before 1800, presents 35 events in 11 different venues across Brighton, Hove and beyond this autumn and winter. All the venues […]
An exhibition which imagines and explores the idea of an estate agency for doghouses created by local resident Stephen Anderson is situated at the Dog and Bone Gallery in Powis Square.
The Friends of St Michael’s welcome the award-winning soprano Nadine Benjamin accompanied by pianist Andrew Robinson on Friday 27 September 2019.