NSH News & Video Diary

Brighton has long been known as the gay capital of the UK. Our seaside resort town is extremely open-minded — people dress as they want,

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If you’re not familiar with Pride Hove and Brighton, let me start by explaining that this festival is an annual celebration organised by Brighton Pride,

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New Steine Hotel has been selected as a recipient of the TripExpert Experts’ Choice Award.
Fewer than 2% of hotels worldwide receive the award.

The lovely Sandy Cadiz-Smith a freelance writer and editor, who specialises in food and travel visited Brighton again recently and stayed with us at The New Steine Hotel.

Haydn Stride @ Gulliver’s Hotel Posted: August 1, 2017 | Tags: ,

Featuring for the first time in our exhibition space, an upcoming print maker and local Brighton resident Haydn Stride. At Gulliver’s Hotel

Viestra Magazine Review Posted: May 17, 2017

A Stay at The New Steine Hotel April 2017 Viestra Magazine’s Annamarie Frankland spent 36 hours in Brighton, checking-out all it has to offer and

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April 2017 | Restaurants Brighton | Brighton | Located just off the square at the New Steine part of Kemptown, this Parisian style Brighton restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday, it is an easy walk from Brighton centre and is served by many transport links.

Charly N’doumbe comes to Brighton. Using feminine and masculine nudes and practicing photography, drawing and sculpture, Charly produces pieces which combine all three mediums to magnify the body’s natural beauty in both figurative and abstract forms.
24th April – 18th June 2017

Solo musical cabaret exploring genderqueer identity in songs and drag. Miss Liliane, ‘biologically-challenged drag-queen’, performs iconic queer anthems, from heart-wrenching jazz diva torch songs to the protest songs of Johnny Cash and Jacques Brel, via ‘Victor Victoria’ and ‘La Cage aux Folles’.
26/27/28 May & 2/3/4 June 2017

An exhibition of trans people, by trans people, for trans people – and everyone else.
If you are trans, life will not have been easy. Your relationships with parents, friends and neighbours may have been fraught. The media will have lampooned you, and you may have had to live some or all of your life in stealth in order to live at all. You might feel dishonest for having done so. Or your secret may have been discovered after a lifetime, and the repercussions may have cost you your health, or your partner, or your children, or your job, or your home. Or all of them.