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Brighton & Hove Memory Walk: Rugby Star Ollie Phillips To Help Tackle Dementia This Saturday
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Michael Palin Brings His One Man Show To Theatre Royal Brighton Next Week
To celebrate the publication of volume three of his Diaries, Travelling to Work 1988-1998, acclaimed actor, writer and comedian Michael Palin, has announced his first ever one-man stage tour, which will visit Brighton next week.
The Big Draw In Brighton: The World's Biggest Drawing Festival With Quentin Blake & Posy Simmonds
Illustrators Quentin Blake and Posy Simmonds both boast delightfully colourful CVs. Blake, perhaps best known for the illustrations that adorn Roald Dahl's children’s books, has been drawing ever since he can remember. Simmonds meanwhile, recollects, "Making a drawing of buttons when I was three."