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Always happy to put their hands up for some disco action Wildblood and Queenie are bringing the Decent back to the dancefloor with the first in a series of pop-up fundraising parties in Brighton.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has partnered with Merlin Entertainments to offer a 50% discount at the UK’s best-known attractions in exchange for empty plastic bottles
Komedia Brighton are excited to announce that they have teamed up with Shepherd Neame for a new line-up of draught beers and ciders on their bar.
Brighton will be aloud with laughter next week as the very first Brighton Comedy Garden is in full bloom on the leafy lawns of Preston Park (19th-23rd June).
Two shows starring Sean Lock and Henning Wehn are already sold out and tickets are flying out to see comedy superstars Alan Davies, Sara Pascoe, Adam Hills, Nina Conti, Nish Kumar, David O’Doherty and oh so many more!
Brighton based Digital Marketing agency ThoughtShift hosted its annual a 5-a-side football tournament to raise funds for local homelessness charity, The Clock Tower Sanctuary
Award-winning comedian makes debut at Brighton Fringe with the hotly anticipated show ‘Mr Saturday Night’
Josh Berry: Voice Thief
Josh Berry: Voice Thief
One of Britain’s youngest impressionist makes debut at Brighton Fringe!
Lisa Klevemark makes her Brighton Fringe debut with this eponymous show which is a little bit too close to home to be labelled character comedy.
They Called her Cassandra
They Called her Cassandra
Local author, Renee Tyack, was still living in London when her book “They Called her Cassandra” was first published in 2008. Ronald Harwood, the Oscar winning screen and play-write wrote in the foreword:
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