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PREVIEW Brighton Fringe: How disabled are you? @Junkyard Dogs

April 24, 2019

There’s something on my mind. It’s been on my mind since 2012 but it’s only something I’ve recently started feeling comfortable with. I’m coming out. Again. But this time it’s different. This time I’m putting myself up for all kinds of scrutiny. You see, I’m disabled.

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General News

Green MEP to hold BREXIT discussion in Brighthelm Centre

James Ledward July 10, 2018

Keith Taylor, Green MEP for South East England, is holding a public meeting to discuss the potential impact of Brexit for Brighton and Hove and what we can do about it. Mr Taylor will also talk about the role of the European Parliament in the negotiations.

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Arts

PREVIEW: Singers United Flashmob

James Ledward May 14, 2018

Aneesa Chaudhry, a British Asian woman is passionate about the voice and how we can use it to make a positive difference in the world. She trained as a Barrister, professional singer and vocal coach and is on a mission to do what she loves doing  – that is empowering and encouraging people to use their voices to make a positive difference to the world.

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Arts

Brighton Festival 2018 PREVIEW: Travis Alabanza – Before I Step Outside (You Love Me)

April 5, 2018

An evening of Black trans poetics with one of the UK’s leading trans artists, combining spoken word with soundscapes, projections and animation in collaboration with Daniel Braithwaite Shirley, Travis presents a feature performance from their acclaimed debut book of poetry.

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Arts

Lives of gay and lesbian migrants explored in Brighton exhibition

September 12, 2015

The Queer Crossings exhibition, running from September 7-18 at the Brighthelm Centre in Brighton, will shed light on the difficulties encountered by gay, lesbian or transgender refugees who flee to South Africa from other parts of the continent to escape persecution.

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Books

Gay American pastor to talk at Brighthelm

James Ledward January 26, 2015

The Phoenix Faith Community are hosting a book reading and discussion by Rev Glenna Tillery Shepherd who is visiting from America.
Rev Shepherd is an openly gay pastor from the United Church of Christ in the US. She will be reading from her new book called ‘Out on a Limb’ at the Brighthelm Centre in central Brighton, tomorrow, January 27 from 7-8.30pm.

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