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Brighton is one of the stops on a long-awaited UK tour for Canadian contemporary circus legends The 7 Fingers when they arrive at Brighton Dome to present their hit show Passagers (Passengers) on 30th September and 1st October.  by: Mike Cobley & Katharine Kavanagh
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Back in Georgian times we got our news from poetry. Before newspapers, broadcasts or the internet, ballad sellers would hawk broadside ballads on street corners for a penny. 

As the UK's second lockdown was imposed, Alex Paterson The Orb's founder, knew that he needed to find a way to get back out there, reconnect with his fans, and perform live.

The route to Laura Marling's current album Song For Our Daughter, which brings her to Brighton Dome next month, began in the wake of touring Semper Femina, when Laura stepped away from both her record label and her management, and for the first time in many years found herself without any firm idea of her future.

Saturn Returns is a spirituality and wellbeing podcast hosted by Caggie Dunlop, exploring the astrological transit you experience from ages 27-30 (and again at 57-60). The podcast is set to go on tour and will visit Brighton Komedia early next year.

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard will make a flying visit to Brighton on the back of their follow up to Crescent Man vs Demolition Dan - a protest single which struck a chord in the local community following the destruction of Cardiff's grassroot culture venues. 

If These Walls Could Talk, a new book from Brighton's Fabrica - written by Phyllida Shaw - has been in development as part of a National Lottery Heritage Funded project, PAST:PRESENT:FUTURE, and is based on hundreds of hours of research by a small volunteer research team, led by coordinator, Sally Connellan. 

Acid House originals turned pioneering electronic veterans, 808 State AKA Messrs Graham Massey and Andrew Barker accompanied by live drummer Carl Sharrocks will play a full headline set at Concorde 2, Brighton, next month.
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Jack Dee's live tour, Off the Telly, which was cut off in its prime when the pandemic hit the UK last spring, comes to Brighton Dome on Wednesday 6th October.

Over thirty paintings, some of which have not been seen for decades or in public before, are on display at artist Duncan Grant's Sussex home.

Marlene Dietrich was undoubtedly a superstar of Hollywood's Golden Era – but she was much more than that. 

'Gastro-Glastonbury' is on its way to Brighton for a three-day weekend with big name chefs, live theatres and headline music acts. 

Brighton Music Conference (BMC), the UK's foremost electronic music and networking event, kicks off this week with a much needed get-together for the music industry to collaborate and inspire each other as well as enjoying some great music and events.
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Placebo continue to shine a light on the aspects of our society that are all too often viewed by some with scepticism at best, and hatred at worst.

Inspired by memories of working as Donald Wolfit's dresser as a young man, Ronald Harwood's evocative, affectionate and hilarious portrait of backstage life, The Dresser, is regarded as one of the most acclaimed dramas of modern theatre.

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