About Lucy Nordberg
Lives in Brighton.
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Tori Amos chose The Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton for the launch party celebrating the release of her latest album, Native Invader…
As one of the earliest Festivals in the calendar, Brighton Fringe is a great place to spot acts worth catching throughout the rest of the year.
★★★★★ For the Birds is a trail of artworks experienced at night in a secret woodland location, part of the 2017 Brighton Festival
This opening exhibition at the new Design Museum presents eleven installations exploring a spectrum of topics familiar to anyone who wonders about technological advances and the future.
To Do List deemed 2016 the most promising year to try out Lewes Bonfire Night. Here’s our findings of the UK’s most weird and wonderful fireworks night.
Patterns on Marine Parade in Brighton, have launched ‘Tales from Woodlandia’ an installation inspired by nature across the entire ground floor.
The i360 opens tomorrow Thursday 4 August and our intrepid reporter Lucy Nordberg was at the scene to give us an inside view of the controversial new attraction.
Opera has a reputation for being expensive and long, and much as we at To Do List like the idea of snooting about competing for the best and most expensive seats like the brothers in TV show Frasier, sometimes the…