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Senor Buddha Brighton

Señor Buddha Pop-Up – Review

October 16, 2014 | 9 Comments

'Fusion food' is really a modern term for something that has happened for millennia, with different regional or national cuisines taking influences and adopting ingredients from other cultures. We try the Thai/Spanish Tapas pairings...

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itsu Brighton – Review

October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Pre-packed lunches rarely excite us but the high protein, low fat, Asian-style food lining the refrigerators at itsu certainly look colourful and appealing. ...

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The Radiophonic Workshop was the BBC’s innovative electronic sound production unit, best known for its work for television in the 1960s....

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Vegan Restaurants Brighton – Our top 5

September 4, 2014 | 3 Comments

Here's our guide to the top Vegan restaurants Brighton has to offer. An alternative, sustainable and exciting way of eating in its own right....

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Gruff Rhys Brighton

Gruff Rhys Preview – 18/09/14

September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Over his 20-year career Gruff Rhys has established himself not just as an accomplished songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, but also as a storyteller, using music to tease out and relay bewitching ...

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Increasingly, 'authentic' is the buzzword of Brighton's Indian restaurant scene. We want colour. We want fresh-ground spice. We want unfamiliar menu items that need to be translated for us. Here's our pick of the best...

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Joe McGann and Shobna Gulati star as Al and Bet in this reworking of John Godber's April in Paris. ...

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The last couple of years have seen a selection of new Mexican places opening in Brighton. It’s taken over as the grab and go lunch of choice, serviced by American-style burrito joints, and it’s quickly...

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The brainchild of Magnificent Bastard Productions, the shit-faced concept involves rigorously rehearsing an abridged Shakespeare play with a cast of accomplished actors, and ensuring that each night one amongst them is completely and utterly smashed:...

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Andy, Roman and Charles are ad execs. Through ‘The Dreams Factory’ they lead us into the absurd world of advertising, conceiving a series of bizarre advertisements that will have you in stitches, or reaching for...

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Bringing you literary communication for the hip-hop generation, Hammer & Tongue presents a Brighton Festival special, with bearded wordsmith Scroobius Pip and performance poet Hollie McNish...

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Wot? No Fish!! – Preview

January 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

For nearly 60 years shoemaker Ab Solomons drew a cartoon on his weekly wage packet for his wife Celie. Through these visual musings he documented their family life from 1926–1982, a weekly chronicle of an...

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The Pride – Review

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Pride humanises the injustices of the past, celebrates the progress that has been made in the name of gay rights, and provides a poignant reminder of how far we have left to go....

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The Pride – Preview

December 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Alexi Kaye Campbell's critically acclaimed play ‘The Pride’ is a love story set across 50 years, following the same three people as they live and love simultaneously in 1958 and 2008. ...

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