Francesca Moore

Francesca Moore’s passion for the performing arts has seen her photographing live stage events for the past ten years; shooting at intimate venues and major stage events for a range of editorial clients, and with the production of limited edition fine art prints. Her personal work stems from interests in people and the environment, where she draws on her scientific background to portray humanitarian, social and environmental issues. She began contributing to the SOURCE after a permanent move from London around the time the magazine was dropped for an online only presence. She’s assured there’s no correlation.

Loves / hates

Kate Tempest | Brighton Source

Kate Tempest’s Opening Gig Review

Kate Tempest kicked off Brighton Festival with a triple bill of guest acts and a breathless rendition of some of her best work. An inspiring start to what could be an incredible month.

Reviews 1 month old
Dutch Uncles | Brighton Source

Dutch Uncles, 11th March

Manchester alt-rock indie-pop outfit Dutch Uncles set out on a UK tour that stops at Brighton’s Haunt.

Previews 4 months old
Joan As Police Woman | Brighton Source

Joan As Police Woman Photos

Joan As Police Woman brought her 5th studio album tour and collaboration with Benjamin Lazar Davis to The Haunt.

Reviews 7 months old

Brighton’s Vigil For Orlando

Brighton’s LGBTQ communities and their friends gathered in their hundreds to pay tribute and stand in solidarity with the victims of the Orlando tragedy.

News 1 year old

Ludovico Einaudi Review

For an eagerly awaited performance of the much loved Italian pianist and composer, Ludovico Einaudi’s arrival was ritualised and awe-inspiring.

Reviews 1 year old
Ludovico Einaudi | Brighton Source

Ludovico Einaudi, 11th & 12th March

Italian pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi creates contemporary piano music that’s drawing in huge non-classical audiences.

Previews 1 year old

Brighton Digital Festival 2015

Brighton Digital Festival, the UK’s largest celebration of digital culture, runs throughout Brighton & Hove during September 2015.

Previews 1 year old

Tinariwen Review

The Tuareg band’s desert harmonies and bluesy guitar riffs won us over with ease at Brighton’s Concorde2.

Reviews 2 years old
i360

Street Source No.13

After noticing that the best photos from the i360 were those looking directly down, our Street Source photographer decided to document the controversial tower with shots of the floor.

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Brighton, East Sussex. 9th December 2016. Kate Tempest

Kate Tempest Review

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.

Reviews 6 months old
Nigel Kennedy | Brighton Source

Nigel Kennedy, Fri 25th November

Nigel Kennedy comes to the Dome for a UK exclusive to play the music of Hendrix.

Previews 8 months old

The Big Spring Beach Clean 2016

The Surfers Against Sewage Big Spring Beach Clean returned to Brighton with over 150 litter-pickers united to clear the way for another summer.

News 1 year old

Shearwater Review

Spoiler alert! Shearwater pulled out all the stops with a great show including – we kid you not – gloves that beam light.

Reviews 1 year old

The Intrepid Camera Company

Some Sussex Uni students have designed, built and started manufacturing an old-school 5×4 camera with modern features. We sent two of our geekiest photographers to their Hove studio to try it out.

Features 1 year old

Ritual To Revolution Review

Mind blowing theatre from Tanglehead Productions, Ritual To Revolution combines visual arts, music, and performance in an unconventional show at St Andrew’s Church.

Reviews 2 years old
Demob Happy | The Haunt | Brighton Source

Demob Happy Review

Demob Happy headlined a night of high energy grunge rock at Brighton’s Haunt, with support from Our Girl, Big Society and Broken Hands.

Reviews 2 years old

Dutch Uncles Review

Dutch Uncles brought their uplifting upbeat sounds to The Haunt for their tour of new studio release ‘Big Balloon’.

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Nigel Kennedy Review

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.

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Street Source No.5

Francesca Moore documents a sleepless night in Brighton, with long exposures, during July 2016 for Street Source No.5

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Jah Wobble Review

Jah Wobble & The Invaders Of The Heart took on The Haunt with an encyclopaedic set transcending multiple genres and eras.

Reviews 1 year old

The Wave Pictures Review

The Wave Pictures make music we can’t stop listening to – they came back to Brighton to celebrate a new vinyl-only LP.

Reviews 1 year old
Queer Crossings | Brighton Source

Queer Crossings Review

An emotive exhibition at the Brighthelm Centre of drawings and creative writings by LGBTIQ migrants and refugees from Africa.

Reviews 1 year old

Knees Up For Nepal, Fri 19th June

Fundraiser for the Nepal earthquake appeal featuring music by Gyratory Allstars, Oscillator and Fat 45.

Previews 2 years old