CULTURE

Drenge reimagines new album tracks in record store show

No one in the crowd was quite expecting what Drenge brought to Resident for their Brighton record store performance. The boys have recently been...

BN1 chats with… Yumi and the Weather

Yumi And The Weather and BLOOM are getting ready to play the upcoming BN1 Presents… night at The Hope & Ruin on Sat 19...

Get stuck into these art events, workshops and galleries this February

FREE DAY: LGBT HISTORY MONTH Brighton Museum and Art Gallery – Sat 23 Feb Free access to the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery as part of...

BN1 talks to… Girl Ray

Pop music has been an unstoppable force in culture since its conception. The players in the genre produce catchy hooks and sweet melodies, offering...

BN1 chats to… Hannah Trigwell

Leeds-based singer-songwriter and guitarist Hannah Trigwell releases her debut album this month.She sprang to fame through her YouTube channels, where over the space of...

Joking Apart comes to BOAT

Written in 1978, Alan Ayckbourn’s gently acerbic Joking Apart pulls apart the middle-class psyche. It’s four scenes, all staged at the soirees of a...

Resident Records In-Store: Our Girl

A large crowd stormed Resident Records, crowding up the shop-floor ready and prepared to see local Brighton-band, Our Girl.After the release of their debut album Stranger Today last week and...

Cirque Berserk review

Death defying stunts, impressive pyrotechnics and breathtaking acrobatics; Cirque Berserk is a ninety minute adrenaline and emotional filled roller coaster from start to finish.Watching...

Brighton’s smallest cafe serves coffee out of an old telephone box

To anyone who has noticed the two decommissioned red telephone boxes in the bustling cultural hub of Brighton’s New Road and thought ‘what a...

A Musical Homage to Brighton

Brighton in the summer: when the sun is out, there’s nowhere quite like it. Beach life in this South Coast city boasts seafront bars, clubs...

An anthropological guide to the Brightonian (and how to become one)

‘When a man is tired of London…” wrote Samuel Johnson, in a tightly-quilled rant against the congestion charge, “... he generally moves to Kemptown...

Listening to the Unheard gives voice to city’s forgotten

On Sat 30 June, Listening to the Unheard, a day of presentations and discussions at First Base Day Centre, will explore how much we...