WOMENS MARCH LONDON The Verse’s reporter Chanelle Manton photographed the Women’s March in London on the 21st January.
The Verse’s Liam Doherty writes a powerful essay on the ongoing issues of the homeless in Brighton & Hove – and the flaws in our society. Many hunger-worn outcasts close their eyes in our bare streets… who, let their crimes have been what they may, can hardly open them in […]
And finally, we’re off. As tomorrow marks the launch of the controversial i360, Nammie Matthews details what visitors can expect from the observation tower (and why we should care). With its inaugural journey set to take off this Thursday 4th August, the British Airways i360 will officially make its mark as […]
Britpop legends Suede have been announced as closing headliners of Brighton’s Together The People festival, which takes place on the 3rd and 4th of September at Preston Park. The London based band join an already eclectic line-up including former Beach Boy Brian Wilson, who is performing seminal album Pet Sounds […]
I came to Brighton for culture and for fun, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised to find a whole community focused on tackling food waste. I’ve discovered our food problems, and learnt some tricks along the way (I’d never heard of chia seeds before university!). In Brighton we have The Real […]