The Verse’s Alex Staddon headed down to the launch of the UK’s very first LGBT TV channel – Latest LGBT + … After twenty-five years of projects, crowd and self-funding and scrupulous planning, Brighton’s local television company Latest are bringing forth a new channel: Latest LGBT +. Twenty-five years. That’s a […]
The Verse’s Tamara Stidwell explores why sales of George Orwell’s novel Nineteen eighty-four have surged recently, and what it means to live in a Post-Truth world, where power trumps reality. “It’s selling really well!” Remarks the friendly assistant in Brighton and Hove’s biggest independent book shop, CityBooks, “And all round […]
An exciting new feature is set to arrive in Bartholomew Square by 2018. Nammie Matthews writes. Brighton sushi restaurant Moshimo is making waves in the city as plans to install Skylight, a suspended seven storey expansion, were given the go ahead. The 150-cover restaurant, which will be accessible via a lift […]
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 […]