Throughout the month, art lovers - and snoopers alike - have been taking the chance to visit peoples' homes transformed into galleries.
But it's not just two-up-two-downs starring in Brighton's biggest ever Open Houses art trail.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Tasha McDonnell of the Dreamliner Arts Club, Judy Stevens of Artists Open Houses and Kate Jenkins from Kate's Pantry.
Hundreds of people are in the Hampshire village of Wickham today for the annual horse fair. More video later.
The Brighton Festival is about to enter its third and final week with a host of performances and events, including the Great Escape music weekend, still to come.
For guest director, US pop star Laurie Anderson, its been a chance to curate a festival she's not only performed in but visited during its now 50 year history.
So how has she enjoyed running the show? Andy Dickenson went to meet her, as well as Rachel Champion and Tristan Shorr, producers of The Last Resort.
The next stage of renovations at Dreamland in Margate is being planned, with Thanet Council looking for contractors to work on the site. Restoration of the former Sunshine Cafe and the cinema will get underway, although more funding will be needed to complete the work.
Fatboy Slim, one of the most influential names in the history of dance music and one of the country’s most recognised DJs, played a secret show in Brighton to his toughest audience yet - a hard-partying group of babies and toddlers (and their parents).
Joined frequently onstage by his six year-old daughter, Nelly, the MC, real name Norman Cook, played a two-hour set. He was guest DJ at the popular parents and kids’ 0-5 party, Baby Loves Disco.
More than a hundred young ballet dancers from the region have begun rehearsals for the opportunity of a lifetime. After nerve wracking auditions, they've been hand picked to perform alongside professional dancers at the Stag Theatre in Sevenoaks. They'll be performing scenes from Ballet Etudes, and The Nutcracker with the English Youth Ballet from the 19th to the 21st May.
A preview performance of the Royal Windsor Horse Show has been cancelled. The event is part of the celebrations planned by the organisers of Her Majesty the Queen's 90th Birthday Celebrations in Windsor.
The organisers have said that the show in front of a live audience can not take place because of heavy rain. There will be no impact on performances for the rest of the week, but the organisers said that unfortunately they can not offer replacement tickets to anyone who was planning to attend tonight's show because all the other performances are sold out.
Nick Brooks-Ward, Director of Operations for the Royal Windsor Horse Show explains the situation below.
Tomorrow morning the curtain rises on the 50th Brighton Festival.
Over the next three weeks more than a thousand shows, exhibits and performances will delight, inspire and possibly bemuse audiences from across the world - at both the Festival and Fringe.
The pair have become so big now they rival Edinburgh as one of the largest arts extravaganzas in the UK. Andy Dickenson's been finding out more.
He speaks to Mark Rees, director of Digging for Shakespeare, Andrew Comben from Brighton Festival, Laurie Anderson, guest director of Brighton Festival, Julian Caddy from Brighton Fringe and Charles Linehan.
The friends of a musician from Kent who died from a rare form of bone cancer are holding a fundraising event in her name.
Carey Lander from Woodnesborough near Sandwich was a keyboard player in the Scottish band Camera Obscura.
Now some of her friends are to hold 'CareyFest' at her old school in Maidstone in May to celebrate her life. Derek Johnson reports.