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Best of Live Music in Brighton – November 2018

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THE PRODIGY Sat 5 Nov Brighton Centre The bad boy electronica pioneers are back, releasing their seventh studio album No Tourists this month. Their influence can be...

Shanti Celeste hosts Production Workshop as part of her Patterns’ Curated...

As part of the first of Shanti Celeste’s ‘Curated By’ series at Patterns in Brighton, Shanti and Hodge will be featuring in a CDR...

Where’s good to go on the Pride Parade route

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The Pride Parade marks the unofficial start of the pride celebrations, the moment where excitement and celebration commence (and, of course, the drink). We...

Drill Brighton 2014 Review

By Tom Hasson When the first phase of the band Wire ended at a gig in Camden at the beginning of 1980 it was with...

Jerry Sadowitz comes to Komedia

The monster without a Loch, Jerry Sadowitz returns to Brighton’s Komedia on Wed 23 Nov. With his unique combination of comedy, hatred and card...

MADE.COM pops up in Brighton

Online design brand MADE.COM launches its first ever pop-up showroom in Brighton from the 2nd – 25th January at 114 Church Street.

TV Highlights – May 2017

Sense8 Fri 5 May Netflix This sci-fi drama is back on for a second season, following eight people around the world who are telepathically connected to each...

The Jukebox and Retro Fair arrives in Brighton this month

Are you a lover of all things music and retro? Head to Brighton Racecourse this month for the Jukebox and Retro Fair, where you...

Festival Review: Byline Festival 2018

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Byline Festival may have only just celebrated its second birthday, but it was bound to be bigger and better than its inaugural year. Taking...

Fatboy Slim to open Lagoonfest

Globe-trotting DJ and man about town Norman Cook will be opening the Lagoonfest event on Sat 8 Sept. Taking place at Hove Lagoon, this...

OOPS Festival celebrates the weird and wonderful for fourth year

Annual OOPS Festival is back for its fourth year celebrating difference in art at The Old Market this March. The three-day festival seeks to collate...

Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe comes to the Brighton stage

Perhaps Gilbert & Sullivan’s greatest work, Iolanthe is a heady mixture of fairies, political satire and magnificent songs. This timeless operetta centres around a disruptive love affair...