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Pride Social Impact Fund awards record breaking grants worth £45,000

Community groups, charities and sports clubs are among dozens of organisations to benefit from more than £45,000 of grants gifted under the banner of the Brighton Pride Social...
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REVIEW: Abigail’s Party @Theatre Royal

On its 40th anniversary tour, Mike Leigh’s iconic comedy of dreadful aspirational suburbia still resounds with us. We love dysfunctional marriages. We love and laugh at the...
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Subtle signs that show support at local hospital

Rainbow lanyards and pin badges with the NHS logo are appearing throughout c as staff and volunteers show their support for LGBTQ+ patients, carers, visitors and colleagues.
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Greens want unspent £8m used to tackle housing crisis

A Green Party bid to boost the city’s budget for affordable and emergency housing is being considered by Councillors at todays Housing Committee.
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Topher Campbell to talk at next LGBTQ+ History Club

The first LGBTQ+ History Club of 2019 will feature Topher Campbell. Dr Topher Campbell, theatre and filmmaker and writer, is co-founder of London's rukus! Archive.
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OSKA Brighton Film Festival’s LGBTQ+ strand returns for 2019 festival

Oska Bright, the world’s leading learning disability film festival, continues to building on its successful LGBTQ+ screening, launched at its last festival in 2017.
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Is your cat the UK’s most marvellous moggy?

Cats Protection, the UK’s leading feline welfare charity, asks cat owners in the south-east to nominate their furry friends in this year’s National Cat Awards, which celebrate...
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PREVIEW: Balans Soho presents new work by the artist, Villain

Balans Soho Society will host an exhibition of new work by the artist, Villain entitled Retrosexual from February 1, 2019. 'Retrosexual' addresses contemporary issues of...
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Brighton Holocaust Memorial Day event

BRIGHTON and Hove Stand Up to Racism will mark Holocaust Memorial Day with a public meeting at Friends Meeting House on January 30, 2019 from 7.15 - 9pm.
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Red Herring art studios find new home in Portslade

Red Herring Studios, Brighton & Hove’s long-established cooperative art studio, finds a new home in Portslade. The artist group was last in the news in 2017 when its previous...
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Over £16,600 raised by Brighton’s community for Burning the Clocks 2018 

Same Sky, the community arts charity behind Burning the Clocks, reveal £16,689.95 raised for the annual winter solstice parade.  Volunteer - led bucket collection on the night...
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LETTER TO EDITOR: Even Muscles Are Beautiful

Lee Henrique’s article on body image is certainly interesting (January 2019 Gscene).  Though I have to admit to being slightly puzzled over his reference to ‘overly glorified...
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