The Brighton Paradox – LIVE EVENTS announced

The success of the first eight episodes of The Brighton Paradox has led to numerous debates and sparked big conversations. We can now announce some thematic events in which YOU can help determine how ideas can become action.

The events will draw on clear podcast themes of:

  • laboratory thinking
  • Brighton & Hove’s long-term infrastructure
  • new generational disruption
  • inclusive/healthy community power

The first three events are now open for booking, they are free and everyone is welcome.

But be mindful – these are not passive encounters. If you come along, you are part of the future, and accountable for change!

The Brighton Paradox - Live event: Keeping Brighton Weird

Monday 15th May
Plus X, Lewes Road

The Brighton Paradox Live event: Fixing the ecosystem

Monday 22nd May,
University of Brighton (Edward Street)

The Brighton Paradox - Live event: Paying it forward

Monday 12th June,
Whitehawk FC, Wilson Avenue

We are also absolutely thrilled to announce that The Brighton Paradox ❤️ Big-Hearted Community Auction, which ended earlier this month, raised £2,905 for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity and The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership

We’re incredibly grateful for those who donated fantastic experiences and one-offs and thankful to everyone who placed bids to help two vital local charities.

To read more about The Brighton Paradox and catch up with all episodes in the series so far click the button below.

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