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The film festival returns with some classic 60s cinema, a slew of sci-fi flicks and a few choice music docs.
They may have lost a couple of founding members since their last visit but the Two Tone legends can still deliver.
Brand new comedy shows from two-thirds of the Badults gang.
Scottish guitar superstar RM Hubbert returns to Brighton for an intimate show at The Caxton Arms.
Local disco heroes Transformer talk us through the making of their new EP, ‘Feel The Beast.’
Glaswegians cause mass earache; audience is grateful.
The best loved soul jazz singer on the planet finally makes it to Brighton after two successive years as the King of Love Supreme.
Mercury Music Prize nominee Kate Tempest brings her hybrid of hip hop, poetry and storytelling to a sold out show at The Haunt.
The legendary punk poet returns to deliver another sermon of soliloquies, side-stepping the sticky floor venues in favour of the classier Theatre Royal.
Speak Galactic, Blue Spectre, Spacenoid and Abraham Moughrabi star in our first gif review. Welcome to the 90s.
The original and greatest Two Tone band make a welcome return with a sold out Dome show.
Drill:Festival is coming to Brighton in December, with over 100 artists and performances across four days and 14 different venues.
They love falafel, apparently. It’s easily said, but do they actually mean it? Let’s find out.
We sent Eleni Mettyear, one of our favourite young Brighton photographers round the city’s men’s clothes shops.
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