Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
Love Action is a mini-festival of local bands in aid of the Sussex Beacon. Great acts for a great day – all for a good cause.
We caught up with controversial freestyler Gramski ahead of his last appearance at the annual Poets Vs MCs spoken word battle at the Concorde.
All the way from Mexico City, Mexrrissey come to Brighton Dome to give Morrissey’s music a mariachi makeover.
A new radio station run by young adults, Platform B, is setting up a permanent home at the GDS with a launch party this month that coincides with the venue’s sixth birthday.
Glug Brighton unveils an evening of art and design delights at Patterns nightclub.
Following the cancellation of a number of summer shows, Primal Scream returned to Brighton, in support of their new single ‘Feeling Like A Demon Again’, taken from their 11th Studio album ‘Chaosmosis’.
The vinyl fightback continues with a punky new used-records store near The Level
Kraftwerk bring their robots to the Brighton Centre for an evening of timeless techno pop next summer.
As the dark days drew in during November, Oleg Pulemjotov was out shooting this set of enigmatic Brighton shopfronts. Your local shop has never looked so scenic – or sinister.
Take a trip across the continents without leaving Brighton, in aid of International Language Day.
Silkie brought his close-woven dubstep skills to The Mine for a strong start to Brighton’s club scene in 2017.
We look back at twelve of the most interesting Brighton gigs we covered last year. These are the ones that stayed with us, often for very different reasons.
How do you photograph a city during Christmas without resorting to pictures of fairy lights? Here’s how December in Brighton looked through the lens of local snapper Gili Dailes.
After this outstanding performance at All Saints Church we can’t wait to see what Kate Tempest does as guest director of next year’s Brighton Festival.
Marmite rockers The Fall return to Concorde2 next month after their first line-up change in a decade.
The much-loved charity pooches went to auction in a final fundraising effort for Martlets Hospice.
The University of Sussex announces the opening season of a new arts centre on their Falmer campus.
Death Valley Girls bring an infectious bone-rattling blend of Bitch Craft-approved garage/punk rock to The Hope & Ruin.
The festival season starts early this year with the third South Coast Jazz Festival taking place in Brighton and Shoreham-by-Sea from 16th to 29th January.
Psych-rockers Fumaça Preta are coming to play the official pre-party for Lewes Psychedelic Festival later this month.
Founded in 2010, the Brighton Rockers roller derby league finally get to play their sport in the city itself – and the capacity crowd goes wild for it!
A concert organised in support of Jeremy Corbyn saw a surprise appearance from the man himself alongside an extraordinary bill that included Paul Weller, Robert Wyatt, The Farm and Temples.
The acclaimed Irish singer-songwriter and animal lover came to ONCA gallery to perform a set with Villagers’ Conor O’Brien in praise of the 80-years-extinct Tasmanian Tiger.
Staying clean. Women with a passion for jokes. Theatre that’s serious and surreal. Magical realism mixing joy with death.
The non-conformist classical musician came to Brighton Dome to give the songs of Jimi Hendrix the virtuosic violin treatment at this UK exclusive show.