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Tie me up! The complete guide to bondage: Stephen Niederwieser: Book review

This books relaxed style and focus on pleasure are the perfect combination for this introduction to bondage, part of his famous ‘blue series’ and a book that’s sure to benefit...
Posted On 08 Feb 2014

Final month of ‘Turner in Brighton’ exhibition

The Turner in Brighton exhibition which runs at the Royal Pavilion until March 2 has just under a month to run. The exhibition shows Brighton’s development as a seaside resort...

‘To Russia with love’

A protest on the eve of Putin’s Olympic opening, Thursday, February 6. Vince Laws will be face painting 83 volunteers with the names of the 83 countries where...

The Elements of Eloquence: Mark Forsyth: Book review

In his inimitably entertaining and witty style he takes apart famous lines and shows how you too can write like Shakespeare or Oscar Wilde. Whether you’re aiming for literary...
Posted On 05 Feb 2014

Peter Grimes: Opera Review: ENO

Peter Grimes by Benjamin Britten at English National Opera Taken from the Victorian poem The Borough by George Crabbe the plot of Grimes is grim indeed, he’s a rough bully...
Posted On 05 Feb 2014

Winter Pride UK Art Awards 2014

The inaugural Winter Pride UK Art Awards 2014 launch at Tobacco Dock in London on February 8, 2014. The awards have attracted widespread interest from artists across the UK,...

Brighton Film School graduate lands role in BBC 2 ‘Wild Brazil’

Camila Coehlo, a former student at Brighton Film School, has been working on the popular documentary series Wild Brazil, screened on BBC 2 the last few weeks. Coehlo, who...

Swedes claim the Russian National Anthem as the Rainbow Anthem of the future

A film project, Live and let love, highlights the plight facing many LGBT people in Russia in the run up to the Winter Olympics taking place in Sochi. Director and conductor...

Bette Bourne to attend gala film launch for LGBT History Month

The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama host alumnus and Honorary Fellow Bette Bourne at a gala screening of the film It Goes with the Shoes on Wednesday, February 12....

‘Oh What A Lovely War’

The Great War, the war that was supposed to end all wars, began one hundred years ago. More than 16 million soldiers and civilians died in the ensuing carnage. To mark the...

Grayson Perry dresses down for Palace appearance

English potter and artist Grayson Perry chose to wear a stylish midnight blue dress and a wide brimmed ostrich-feathered hat when he received his CBE from Prince Charles at...

Wanted! Artists and Makers

Last call for entries for Brighton and Hove’s Artist Open Houses Festival 2014. The deadline for registration for Brighton and Hove’s Artist Open House Festival 2014 is fast...

‘Kreepy Walks’ enter third season

Being the second most haunted city in the country after York it is not surprising that Brighton has more than one ghost walk. In 2012 actor Adrian J Andrews founded the Kreepy...

Queer Tango Brighton

Queer Tango Brighton are running a five week tango course for absolute beginners on Thursdays, from 7-9pm, starting February 27 to March 27 at The Dock Cafe, Wilbury Villas,...
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