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Katrina shines her light on Shoreham

The rock n roll girl with the powerful voice and infectious songs, Katrina Leskanich, front woman of 80's pop groups Katrina and The Waves, is back with a dynamite new band...
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TODAY: Green Party stand in solidarity with trans communities to mark TDOR

Trans Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance each November 20 that honours the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. 
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Prince Harry calls for HIV testing to be “completely normal and accessible”

His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex calls for HIV testing to be ‘completely normal and accessible’ in a new video marking the start of this year’s National HIV Testing Week....
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‘Daring to be Different’ – City hosts cultural Summit

Writers, residents, health professionals, artists and entrepreneurs were among 150 delegates who met in Brighton on Monday, November 12, 2018 - for a Cultural Summit to...
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Local community comes together to support activist’s quest to stay in UK

Friends and supporters of a migrant community activist hope for good news as his appeal to stay in the UK goes before a judge today.
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ManyVids celebrates Trans Awareness Week

Canadian adult entertainment video site launches campaign to coincide with Trans Awareness Week. Video-hosting and live-streaming site ManyVids, an adult community with over...
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Brighton Festival announce theme for Children’s Parade in 2019 

The Streets of Brighton will feature folk tales of the world for the 2019 Brighton Festival Children’s Parade next May. Schools from across the region will be allocated a folk...
Posted On 14 Nov 2018
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LIVE REVIEW: Siren start a revolution @The Brunswick

“For all those abusers not yet named, we warn you, your days are numbered,” challenge the all female eighties punk feminist band Siren, as they stir us into a...
Posted On 10 Nov 2018
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PREVIEW: Liberty @Zion Baptist Chapel, London

Brazilian actress Ana Luiza Ulsig flees Brazil's Facist President to star in London stage play about how the LGBT+ Civil Rights Movement was established in Britain in the...
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Free events at Brighton Dome commemorate end of First World War Centenary

Brighton Dome will open its doors for a day of free activities to commemorate the end of the First World War Centenary and Remembrance Day on Saturday, November 10.
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Govia remember fallen rail workers at Brighton Station

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) will remember the First World War service of railway workers tomorrow at Brighton train station. To mark 100 years since the end of the First...
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Taking Early Music to the skies

As part of its ongoing mission to take early music to new and unusual places, Brighton Early Music Festival took over the i360 in Brighton early on Sunday morning (Nov. 4). 
Posted On 06 Nov 2018
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LIVE REVIEW: Seeing things as Queer as Day @Green Door Store

Celebrating all that’s gloriously queer, DJ Vicki Cook (or Rebel Girl as she’s sometimes known) and Effie Fowler’s fabulous Queer as Day festival kicked off for...
Posted On 06 Nov 2018
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PREVIEW: Queer As Day festival comes to the Green Door Store in Brighton today

Brighton's own Queer As Day festival comes to the Green Door store, tomorrow November 3, celebrating all thats good on the queer music scene.
Posted On 02 Nov 2018
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First release tickets for Brighton Pride 2019 go on sale at noon today

AFTER the success of Pride 2019 raising an amazing £250,000 for good causes, the dates for Pride 2019 have been confirmed as Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 of August. The Pride...
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THT launch ‘Access Fund’ for PrEP

Terrence Higgins Trust open Access Fund to help people on no income or receiving benefits in England and Northern Ireland buy HIV-Prevention Drug PrEP.
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