Back for its eighth year, Brighton Digital Festival ushers in a month-long celebration of digital arts, culture and technology at venues across the city.
From man buns to gong baths, there was something for everyone at the city's annual gathering of yogis. And plenty of sunshine.
They’re back at it again. Brighton’s deepest dubstep night returns to the Volks on Friday 3rd Aug powered by Sinai Sound System.
Once again the Brighton Yoga Festival is upon us, with even more stalls, workshops, music and activities than ever before.
We travelled East to find ourselves in a 'tiny cathedral' full of psych-rock bands and far-out visuals.
Before starting a new tour, Douglas Walker and Daniel Nils Roberts warmed up a cold Komedia crowd with their absurd and intelligent comedy shows.
Silkie brought his close-woven dubstep skills to The Mine for a strong start to Brighton's club scene in 2017.
Psych-rockers Fumaça Preta are coming to play the official pre-party for Lewes Psychedelic Festival later this month.
Hundreds of yoginis and curious types gathered for the third annual Brighton Yoga Festival, now at The Corn Exchange.
Bigger than ever, the festival has moved into the Corn Exchange but is still totally free.
SOURCE chats censorship, stencilling and hope with long time Brighton spray artist Agente Petruscioni.
Expectations were high for Esben And The Witch's sell-out return to Brighton.
Keeping the indie scene afloat in Brighton for more years than he ought to remember, Eddie chatted to SOURCE about his new night, never quite making it and why he will always come back home.
Themes of migration, community, poverty, gender and solidarity make Eastbourne Towner's latest exhibition well worth a trip to our city's closest significant gallery.
Esben And The Witch come home to visit with their throbbing musical melancholia for a night at the Green Door Store.
The nights are drawing in so SOURCE went in seek of the man behind Brighton's world-famous lantern parade, Burning the Clocks, to find out what inspired the annual solstice ritual.
Has gay gone away? We spoke to Pride veteran and local DJ Kate Wildblood about clubbing, campaigning and her time as an honorary gay man.
With Brighton Digital Festival humming in the background, we spoke to one of the city's original web pioneers about how he started in the 90s and how Brighton might be losing its edge.
Local clubnight celebrates three years of chest-rattling dubstep with an eight hour birthday bash at the Volks.
Brighton's Yoga Festival unrolls its mat at St George's Church for the second year with stalls and taster classes from the city's best teachers.