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25 years on and a group of local Brighton people have got together to re-launch the Names Project in the shape of The Hankie Quilt project, a way to remember and celebrate those who have lost their lives to AIDS and those who are living with an HIV+ diagnoses. Zhoosh met up with one of the volunteers, Maurice, and asked how the idea came into fruition and what the project hopes to achieve.
If like me you love Brighton based Choccywoccydoodah and their elaborate window displays of chocolate sculpture that are a delight to walk past, you’ll love seeing this behind the scene’s observational documentary.
7pm on 30th June at St Georges Church Kemptown, Rainbow Chorus welcome you to join them for a lovely evening of music and fun…with a jug of Pimms thrown in! Here they tell you more about just what they’ve been up to and about their upcoming concert Pimms and Pergolesi
Yesterday, Zhoosh took part in the BLAGSS Treasure Hunt Challenge against 12 other local LGBT teams. Our map might have been soden, but we had a fun filled three hours, learned loads about Brighton plus helped rasie a total of £285 for the LGBT Switchboard.
There’s a joke Maureen Lipman use to tell about trusting a politicians body-language: “If a politician’s touches his hair, he’s telling the truth. If he rubs his nose, he’s telling the truth. If he scratches his ear, he’s telling the truth. If he adjusts his tie, he’s telling the truth. But as soon as he opens his [...]