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A crazy narrator takes you on decade-hopping trip through the lives of terrace residents in this new immersive theatre show on Brighton beach.
Wild Beasts play an exclusive two-day residency at The Old Market to mark the announcement of new album ‘Boy King’.
The California-London indie rockers came to Brighton to tour their post-breakup album, but the strange onstage chemistry suggests the scars haven’t quite healed.
A Glastonbury-level deluge doesn’t hamper our enjoyment of this crawl across a selection of Brighton’s indie food vendors
Promoting new release ‘Paper Dolls’, pounding dark electro-industrialist Ayria coaxes a gaggle of goths to The Albert.
Despite the underage casualties, Shoreham’s second Wild Life Festival brought the noise with a diverse musical line-up.
Protestors gathered at the station yesterday to make a noise about the ongoing cancellations, overcrowding and general chaos affecting Southern trains.
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.
Four women and four different worlds, all bound together by lies. This dazzling one act play is seriously funny.
Our round-up of new Brighton music – including releases from Monoman, Sweetmates, The Modes, This Party, Cold Pumas, Common Tongues, Paperboy and MarthaGunn.
Bands, buskers and Brighton in the midst of another great festival. The third edition of our monthly feature in which our photographers capture spontaneous moments around town.
A psychedelic, percussive freak-out is imminent, as Flamingods prepare to set the Hope and Ruin on fire
Rising alt-folkers Hetton play a launch gig at the Green Door Store alongside Polly Money and Yazmyn Hendrix.
The Donky days are over. Well, for the Green Door Store.
Get your glitz on at a new party pop-up shop at No Walls Gallery – open for one week only.
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