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Arthur Henry Law: 21.5.1959 – 17.5.2018

Besi Besemar July 15, 2018

“Arthur Henry Law was a powerful presence in every group and campaign he participated in. He brought big ideas, huge amounts of energy and drive to the table…….” Dani Ahrens.

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Arts

1BTN International Women’s Day Takeover

Besi Besemar March 7, 2018

Acclaimed independent radio station 1BTN unveils all-day female takeover for International Women’s Day on Thursday, March 8. Based in Brighton & Hove but broadcasting worldwide via 1btn.fm, 1BTN has grown to become one of the UK’s most respected independent radio stations in just under three years. The diverse roster features over 180 presenters spanning more than 100 shows.

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Arts

Celebrate two musical icons while raising money for MindOut and Blueprint 22

Besi Besemar September 3, 2017

Queenie’s dusting off her disco handbag and Wildblood is sorting tunes. Yes the party where they celebrate 25 years of their DJing (and-you-know-what) partnership is on its way. Time for a fundraising night of back to back, front to front, grin to grin Wildblood and Queenie action.

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Arts

PREVIEW: Uniting Nations – The Exhibition

Gary Hart July 20, 2016

Uniting Nations: The Exhibition, a unique campaigning celebration of the global Pride movement. Through a collection of photographs and testimonies Uniting Nations will reflect upon the state of Pride today, the celebrations, events and demonstrations that unite us all as we follow in the footsteps of those brave few marching for equality in New York in the summer of 1970 as they commemorated the 1969 Stonewall riots.

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BRIGHTON PRIDE: Uniting Nations: The Exhibition

Graham Robson June 8, 2016

Uniting Nations: The Exhibition a unique campaigning celebration of the global Pride movement. Through photographs, videos and oral testimony Uniting Nations will reflect upon the state of Pride today, the celebrations, events and demonstrations that unite everyone as we all follow in the footsteps of those brave few marching for equality in New York in the summer of 1970 as they commemorated the 1969 Stonewall riots.

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Arts

PREVIEW: BrightonPride25: The Exhibition

Gary Hart July 2, 2015

2015 is the 25th anniversary of Brighton Pride in the city. An achievement everyone has played a role in. An achievement everyone can be proud of. As part of the 2015 Brighton Pride Arts and Film Festival, BrightonPride25: The Exhibition at Jubilee Library will bring together hundreds of images from our collective Pride past.

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Features

25 years of Brighton Pride

January 25, 2015

Kate Wildblood reflects on Brighton Pride’s forthcoming 25th anniversary celebrations and the exciting new community history project BrightonPride25.
In 1991 we were years away from equality. There was no equal age of consent, we couldn’t serve in the armed forces or adopt, civil partnership and same-sex marriage were decades away and we were protesting against Section 28, government legislation that banned local authorities from promoting homosexuality and “teaching the acceptability of homosexuality as a pretended family relationship”.

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‘Strike A Brighton Pose’ announce fundraising total for Pride Brighton & Hove and The Rainbow Fund

Besi Besemar November 6, 2014

The Strike A Brighton Pose exhibition organised by Kate Wildblood and Queen Josephine during Brighton Pride, raised £259.50 for Brighton Pride and The Rainbow Fund. The exhibition ran for two weeks at Brighton’s Jubilee Library and explored the city’s LGBTQ clubbing history and featured club nights and venues including Wild Fruit, Revenge, Traumfrau, Transister, Secrets, FTPA, The Candy Bar as well as the memories of the many who has graced their dancefloors over the past 25 years.

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