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‘A SPOONFUL OF SILENCE’ – Brighton Fringe Festival

May 20, 2011 |

Mandana grows letters in her field. The availability of letters, which enables her to talk, depends on the season and the harvest. She crafts her sentences delicately as she tells you her story, allowing you to enjoy the silence between … Read More

WWII Air Raid Shelter, Whitehawk, Brighton

May 18, 2011 |

Tucked away below Race Hill and on the grounds of Whitehawk Primary school, you’ll find the carefully restored WWII Air Raid shelter. I took a tour – part of the Brighton Fringe Festival and brought Joe (13). Derek and Charlie … Read More

Knitted Living Room at Emmaus Brighton, Brighton Fringe Festival 2011

May 17, 2011 |

In their latest creative venture, the Emmaus Brighton Good Will Co-op have knitted a whole living room! The Good Will Co-op started up in 2008 as a project that brought together local people and gave them the opportunity to use … Read More

Thistle Hotel Brighton serves up an evening of comedy

May 12, 2011 | Comments

As part of this year’s Brighton Fringe Festival, Thistle Brighton is offering diners an evening of great food and classic British comedy as Faulty Towers The Dining Experience takes over its restaurant throughout May.

Based on the classic British TV … Read More

Great Wall of V*gina

March 15, 2011 |

Changing female body perception around the World through art…

It took artist Jamie McCartney five years to create The Great Wall of V*gina with the help of 400 women.

World premiere exhibition coming soon at the Brighton Festival Fringe.

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Brighton Festival Fringe secures Major Literature Sponsorship from Hendricks Gin

February 19, 2011 |

Festival-goers with a penchant for delightfully peculiar book-worming shenanigans are sure to have their thirsts whetted as HENDRICK’S GIN invests in a major sponsorship of the Brighton Festival Fringe’s literature programme. The most unusual, family-owned gin, distilled in Scotland, will … Read More