Winter Warmers

By Phoebe Oliver Nowhere in Britain has managed to escape the wild weather of the past three months. October was marked by exceptional rainfall and the St Jude storm, November was dry but windy, then came the ...

February Music News

Eugene Quell releases debut EP Brighton-based indie rock artist Eugene Quell released his debut EP on a name-your-price basis in January through Sonic Anhedonic Recording Company. Quell, who recorded the maj...

Petty Differences

By Stephen Grant I’ve always been fascinated in the mentality of what makes the human race want to have pets. Certainly, it can’t be part of our animalistic DNA; no other animal seems to harbour the desire to do similar. OK, geese and donkeys have this weird ...

Tortilla’s Top Ten Truths

Brighton's Tortilla restaurant have bought the taste of California to the city centre and Anya Zervudachi finds out their top ten truths to burrito making and more. What is a Burrito? A burrito is a Northern ...

Master of the Macaron

By Anya Zervudachi I must admit, it certainly doesn't feel too much like a hard days work as I step into Julien Plumart's Boutique Et Salon de Thé, on Duke Street in the centre of Brighton. In contrast to t...

Billy Cowie and Silke Mansholt

By Jenni Davidson The dancers perform slow, controlled movements as if they are doing yoga or Tai Chi, while a series of spidery, childlike drawings move and flicker eerily across their bodies like living tattoos. The 3D film installation Art of Movement is s...

Service with Civility

Ghyll Manor is a million miles better.  "Just forty miles from Brighton, feels like a million miles away," declared the advertisment. The first half of the statement was certainly accurate. The journey to Rusp...

In To Milan

Why not start as you mean to go on and treat yourself, with a shopping trip to Milan. Words by Igor Srzic What I most love about Milan is that even though it offers many entertainment,fashion and cultural oppo...

Mr Otto’s Lasting Legacy

Word by Mike Holland It seems incredulous in this day and age that anyone would dare knock up a larger than life size statue of our current monarch and stick it in their front garden. Yet that is pretty much what happened to our Prince Regent. In 1807 one ...

Flavour of the Lanes

  Classy settings in a fabulous pub, with plenty of character. A stone throw from Brighton Beach. Range of packages available. The Greene Room’s plush surroundings and quirky layout lends itself perfectl...

Take a Hike

By Zoe Lyons I think it must be a result of my advancing years but more and more I find pleasure in less and less. That is not a morose statement you understand, I am not suggesting that I struggle to find the...

Brighton Tattoo Convention

The Brighton Tattoo Convention is taking over Valentine’s weekend this February as it returns to Southern England’s largest exhibition centre, the Hilton Brighton Metropole. Established in 2008, The Brighton Tattoo Convention has now evolved into the premier ...