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BN1 chats to Rory Bett ahead of The Great Escape 2018

It’s difficult to believe The Great Escape 2018 marks the festival's thirteenth year. MAMA Festivals, a subsidiary of LiveNation, took over all the way...

Catch Me! Comes to Brighton Dome

Christmas is coming, so once again Brighton Dome is devoting its festive season to accessible, distinct, and physical art forms – this year it’s...

Help Make This Year’s Kemp Town Carnival Happen!

Kemptown Carnival is drawing near, but there’s still plenty everyone can do to ensure it’s the best year yet. Although some of the core funding...

Shogun Audio celebrates 100th release

Brighton based Shogun Audio recording label stands at the forefront of D'n'B having recently celebrated both their tenth birthday and their 100th release.

This Is Your Trial at The Old Market

A brand new improvised show, where top comedians play lawyers prosecuting and defending charges set against YOU, is set to storm the Brighton Comedy...

ALFRESCO FESTIVAL WITH 2MANYDJS

Alfresco
Alfresco Festival has built quite a name for itself since its conception in 2011. As a small festival, it’s had to fight for every...

What to Lookout For at Brighton Podcast Festival

Not alike any festival that the city has seen before, WAVES will be the inaugural podcast festival in Brighton & Hove. From Tue 2...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Joep Beving, St George’s Church

Pausing between batches of his short, spare piano compositions, Joep (pronounced ‘Yoop’) recounts his discovery of the ‘tuning war’ raging amongst rival sonic aficionados...

Last Dance: The Wave Epoch heads to Brighton Festival

Devised and created at the world’s largest scientific experiment – the Large Hadron Collider at CERN – Last Dance: The Wave Epoch is an...

The Girl On The Train at Theatre Royal Brighton – review

The Girl On The Train - by Manuel Harlan
The ironic thing about seeing The Girl On The Train, a play with an alcoholic as a protagonist, would have to be this; on...

Joe Wells ’10 Things I Hate About UKIP’ at Caroline of...

Comedian Joe Wells believes that you should treat all people with love and compassion, and he’s trying to be less angry. All of this...

What’s on in Brighton’s theatres this September and October

WOULD LIKE TO MEET TUES 17 - THURS 19 SEPT // RIALTO THEATRE A play about dating in the digital world, Would Like To Meet is...