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Not your typical literary festival! Brighton Book Festival to launch on Friday, June 24

Graham Robson June 16, 2022

Run by local booksellers Afrori Books and the Feminist Bookshop, this grassroots festival is not your typical literary festival – it targets a younger, socially aware audience and has an inclusive ethos, accessible events and is community minded. 

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Brighton & Hove city councillors give green light to three-year plan to tackle inequality throughout the city

Graham Robson June 15, 2022

The council says A Fairer Brighton & Hove framework has been developed after it consulted families, community groups and professionals to ask their views on how it can best support families and children at risk of disadvantage

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REVIEW: Cluedo @ Theatre Royal Brighton

June 14, 2022

Cluedo was this; a great farce trying to escape from a rather dull game, but trapped like a trap in a trap, wriggling with all the energy of a committed talented cast, sometimes fighting against their material with real verve and mostly succeeding, but there were quite a few moments where it didn’t work. 

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