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We get a golden ticket to Spectrum’s first-ever, super-eclectic, museum-based gig experiment
Transnational dubstep legend Celt Islam and psy-breaks duo Broken Eye star at the third Temple Movement event from Twisted Frequencies.
One of Europe’s largest events celebrating a cruelty-free lifestyle returns to town with talks, films, music and loads of tasty nosh.
Natty returned to Brighton with a show promoting positivity, community and energy.
UK techno hero James Ruskin comes to Patterns as promoters First Floor celebrate two years of events.
Love Supreme is back with a dream line up comprised of soul legends, superstars and the cream of global jazz talent.
A new Flour Pot Bakery café has sprung up in Seven Dials, offering freshly roasted coffee and tasty cakes and bakes.
LA rockers Death Valley Girls descended upon the Hope the Ruin, with support from Saint Agnes and Sun Scream.
Fearless stand-up Scott Capurro makes a welcome return to Brighton with his new show ‘Gay Turnaround’. Brace yourselves.
Bovine Cemetry’s All-Women’s Writing Spring Spectacular was a lively literary night delivering fresh, fierce female voices from the fiction scene.
Indie four-piece Novella hit Brighton’s The Joker on a UK tour in the run up to the launch of their new album.
The antifolk singer came to Sticky Mike’s for Independent Venue Week with a lively and comedic set, supported in kind by Pog and Gecko.
The American post-hardcore band are headlining The Haunt this month with an explosive show you won’t want to miss.
Who needs a science festival? We chat to Festival Director Richard Robinson about the importance and delights of listening to experts in a world of ignorance.
Get your glitz on at a new party pop-up shop at No Walls Gallery – open for one week only.
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