Chelsea Wolfe returns to Brighton to envelope attendees in an eerie fog of dreamlike vocals at the aptly named Haunt.
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A new Flour Pot Bakery café has sprung up in Seven Dials, offering freshly roasted coffee and tasty cakes and bakes.
A new radio station run by young adults, Platform B, is setting up a permanent home at the GDS with a launch party this month that coincides with the venue’s sixth birthday.
The University of Sussex announces the opening season of a new arts centre on their Falmer campus.
Brighton bucks the trend again with the opening of another new record shop.
A cheeky video from Octopuses sees the Brighton band trying to save the bees with support from Caroline Lucas.
Yet another all-vegan cafe has popped up, not a stone’s throw from Preston Park. Whether it’s a quick sandwich, caffeine hit or a hearty meal you’re after, this cafe has it all.
Brighton’s just got itself a new venue. We chatted to the Beatabet collective about how they rescued the Rose Hill and their plans to turn it into a hub for local arts and music.
Bella Union Records open their Vinyl Shop in the Lanes with guests Mercury Rev, Jamie Lee (Money) and Fiona Brice.
A long lost Brighton music venue has reopened in a new guise. We stuck our head in the Richmond Bar to find out why it’s carrying the torch for a venue that closed twenty years ago.
Brightonians came out in their thousands for a mass protest and impromptu march against Donald Trump’s Muslim ban.
The vinyl fightback continues with a punky new used-records store near The Level
Brighton theatre 88 London Road – formerly The Emporium – is due to close in early 2017. Artistic Director, James Weisz, tells us what comes next.
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We’ve got tickets to give away for the screening of a new documentary feature showcasing songs from Nick Cave And The Bad Seed’s forthcoming album.
Another new festival rides into town on October 1st, promising ‘day-time dancing and night-time clubbing’ alongside a local music stage hosted by Brighton Source.
Protestors gathered at the station yesterday to make a noise about the ongoing cancellations, overcrowding and general chaos affecting Southern trains.
Challenging car culture and body shame, Brighton’s Naked Bike Ride is back for the tenth year in the nod.
Staff picketed Duke of York’s on Saturday following strikes at four other cinemas in a dispute over pay and wonky tills.
Local writer Joseph J Clark presents ‘Drunk With A Pen’, a collection of poems sold in aid of Clock Tower Sanctuary.
The much-loved charity pooches went to auction in a final fundraising effort for Martlets Hospice.
Punk rock’s 40th birthday is celebrated with a new exhibition of iconic and rare images from two legendary music press photographers.
We speak to the Brighton campaigner who wants to set the record and promote marine conservation by getting his kit off. Will you join him?
Boundary Festival replaces Shakedown at Stanmer Park, with four stages hosted by Brighton clubs and Mixmag.
The Duke Of Norfolk is dead. The Revelator took it into the swamps and killed it, then arranged some sticks by the body.
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.