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The Art of Puppetry: Making Magic in the Museum

Until 30th Nov
Hove Museum
There is magic in puppetry, especially for children; animating the
inanimate, breathing life into a character, role playing that persona
and all the while telling a story. Brighton and Hove Museums bring
this ancient art to contemporary life with colourful displays,
workshops to interact with and performances from local
puppeteers enacting old and new stories.


Phil Rudd  

Sun 17th Sept

Concorde 2   

This Australian drummer played in several Melbourne bands, such as Buster Brown and the Coloured Balls, before joining up with AC/DC in 1975. He has appeared on all but three of their eighteen studio albums, which have sold more than two hundred million copies worldwide. In 2004 he released his first solo album, Head Job, but legal problems forced a re-release last year. 


Brighton Bricks Monthly Meetup 


Brighton Bricks is the grown-up group for like-minded lovers of Lego who meet every second Tuesday of the month to discuss, play and build together. Fresh after the success of their first Lego Show held at the Dice Saloon which also saw them collecting donated Lego in aid of award winning local charity Rise, who offer support and sanctuary from domestic abuse.


Bau Wow
Savoy Centre, 77 East Street, Brighton

A new player has arrived in our city. This is not what you think, more than you could imagine.

Launched on Saturday 19 August, we have been lucky enough to have a sneek preview of the ongoing project,

all I can say is we are very excited here at WO HQ. Clubbing as it should be – quality sound system, décor, visual. See you there. 

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Majus – Trafalgar Street – Brighton 
6 Trafalgar Street
T: 01273 231870
Behind the fresh, fragrant, taste bud delighting food is Manju’s story. Delicious, dark turquoise restaurant walls are artfully hung with
arrangements of shining cooking utensils, pans and pots of spices that document her life
The tiffin tins that a painfully young Manju filled with her home cooked lunche
and sold to support her bereaved family. Huge silver platters used when her cooking gained its reputation far & wide as catering huge feasts. Then there’s the bowls in crafting exquisite traditional sweets with her understated flair.
Ejected from Uganda Manju and her family came to the UK where to‘keep’ her family she toiled in a factory dreaming of having her own restaurant.
Now Manju is 82 years young and her family, all of whom are involved in the business, have made her dream of a Gujurati vegetarian restaurant a reality.
Serving the same food, served with love, which her family ate as children & continue to eat today.
My guest and I were welcomed into their restaurant as one of the family and cossetted throughout and chose a bottle of La Pintora Sauvignon from  an impressive list of wines, international beers and more. Its bright,
citrus, herby flavours eased our exceptionally difficult food choice!
We began with a Behl Puri with its crispy combination of puffed rice, sev and veg layered with various chutneys which are all, incidentally, made in-house
Alongside this the Chilli Paneer with onions and peppers cooked in a dark brown, glutinous chilli and soya sauce.
For mains we chose the house signature dishes Suri Shaak vegetable curry and black lentil Dhal Makhani – both exploding with flavour and aroma– alongside a selection of chutneys, rice and breads.
For a final indulgence in texture and flavour we were treated to Manju’s pistachio and carrot/coconut burfis.
A wonderful evening full of fabulous food and company. What else could be better? The answer is another visit very soon!
Warning : Manju’s cuisine is addictive and an experience impossible to recreate anywhere else and with their reputation spreading widely you’d better
book in advance.


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