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Award-winning drag star to bring new gameshow to Brighton Beach

Graham Robson September 1, 2020

Alfie Ordinary, Brighton’s award-winning Drag Prince, to bring his new game show Now That’s What I Call Bingo to The Warren in Brighton from 6pm on Thursday, September 3 & 24.

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PREVIEW: Brighton Fringe- The Warren outdoor season

Brian Butler August 8, 2020

Brian Butler looks forward to one of Brighton Fringe’s most popular venues The Warren’s new beach location.

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Business News

#CleanBeachClub – free burger offer from Clean Kitchen Club

July 18, 2020

Mikey Pearce’s food concept Clean Kitchen Club announces the launch of a new campaign #CleanBeachClub, which aims to encourage locals to keep Brighton Beach clean this summer.

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Business News

Council advises on how to stay safe on Brighton Beach & seafront this Christmas

Gscene Editorial Team December 23, 2019

Council advises on how to stay safe on Brighton Beach & seafront this Christmas

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Arts

Luna Beach Cinema returns to Brighton Beach on July 31!

James Ledward April 11, 2019

Grab yourself an ice cream, crack open an ice-cold drink and enjoy some fantastic films as Luna Beach Cinema returns to Brighton Beach this summer! Films coming up include the musical phenomenon’s The Greatest Showman, A Star is Born and Bohemian Rhapsody, alongside family favourites including The Incredibles 2, Moana and this year’s blockbusters Dumbo and Aladdin.

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Drop in the Ocean – a new art design on Brighton Beach

James Ledward July 27, 2018

New art installation created on Brighton beach – using almost 9,000 plastic bottle tops! Local designer Irene Soler has teamed up with around 60 volunteers and city organisations, businesses and groups to produce the piece at the Volks Railway called A Drop in the Ocean.

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General News

Huge clean up after one of the busiest bank holidays ever

James Ledward May 9, 2018

Brighton & Hove gets back to normal after one of the busiest and hottest bank holidays on record. An estimated 300,000 people flocked to the city to enjoy the beaches and parks, and soak up the fantastic weather. The Children’s Parade, Hove Lawns food festival and the start of the Fringe and Festival month, also helped draw in more tourists than virtually any other bank holiday weekend adding to the tens of thousands of residents visiting the city’s open spaces and seafront.

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Brighton Fringe PREVIEW: WARMTH: Pop-up Sauna

March 23, 2018

Wood-fired Sauna on Brighton Beach this Spring WARMTH:Brighton is a traditional, wood-fired sauna in a timber-lined, converted horsebox. Come rain or shine, this Spring you can get hot and sweaty on the beach in Brighton’s first ever Finnish Pop-up Sauna, part of the Brighton Fringe Festival. It’s unapologetically quirky, it’s surprisingly sociable and… definitely hot! Experience the löyly (Finnish for sauna-steam) as you splash water on the warm coals: […]

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World Cup 2018 – coming to a cinema near you

James Ledward February 8, 2018

This summer’s month long beach cinema event will include key matches from the 2018 World Cup, the city council announced today. Along with the latest blockbuster movies, screen lovers will be able to watch the world’s most widely viewed sporting occasion while soaking up the seaside atmosphere.

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