Moving with the times

Oct

2

2013

Brighton mixes the old with the new as Jasmin Martin discovers. Where would be the best place to safely keep a detailed record of the region’s history dating back more than 900 years, all under one roof? A brand spanking new £19 million construction should do the trick. Set to open to the public in...

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James Corden

Sep

30

2013

After a few tumultuous years, James Corden’s career is going from strength to strength with several projects in the pipeline. The comedian and actor speaks to Susan Griffin about new film One Chance and dramatic changes in his personal life. If it’s true that an artist must suffer for their craft,...

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Half-term fun

Sep

25

2013

Looking for ideas this October half term? Kelly Brown shares her pick of the many attractions in Sussex.

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Cartoon Café

Sep

25

2013

Drawing inspiration from current affairs and classic paintings Laura Cartledge finds an exhibition with a difference is coming to no ordinary Eastbourne café this month. Politics and cartoons go together like coffee and cake and at Eastbourne’s Cartoon Café you can enjoy them all. The alternative...

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Sister act

Sep

25

2013

Charlotte Pearson chats to Holly and Kelly Willoughby about schools, children and books. Sisters – they can be your best friend and your worst enemy but it seems Kelly and Holly Willoughby have got the balance just right. Holly and Kelly have joined forces to write a series of L’Etoile School...

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More than a casino

Sep

20

2013

One casino in Brighton has upped the style stakes, as Charlotte Pearson discovers. A casino conjures up images of glamour, glitz and maybe even George Clooney, if you have seen any of the Ocean’s Eleven films. But what about having a manicure? Or eating a meal and being able to enjoy sea views? Rendezvous...

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Go Ape

Sep

20

2013

Alex Jenkins reveals she is more Tarzan than Jane as she heads to Tilgate Park for some monkey fun. As I soared through the air and R Kelly’s song ‘I believe I can fly’ was playing in my head you could be forgiven for thinking that you were in the middle of some faraway forest. Yet here I was just...

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Colour factory

Sep

18

2013

An artists’ haven in Winchester opens its doors to Charlotte Pearson. If you have walked around Winchester city centre over the last year you may have noticed the bollards dotted around were not what you might expect. The brain child of The Colour Factory, the bollards now feature the work of Henri...

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Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

Sep

12

2013

Laura Cartledge discovers why two Sussex galleries have come together to celebrate one artist – Sir Eduardo Paolozzi. What makes an artist “great” is not an easy thing to put your finger on. However in the case of Sir Eduardo Paolozzi his own story, coupled with his portfolio of works, certainly...

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Blooming marvellous

Sep

12

2013

Want to give your wedding flowers a personal touch? Laura Cartledge finds the answer in Uckfield. They say actions speak louder than words which could be why flowers play an important part in many occasions. From celebrating a birth, offering condolences at a funeral, to saying ‘I love you’ or ‘sorry’. Georgia...

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