The film festival returns with some classic 60s cinema, a slew of sci-fi flicks and a few choice music docs.
The enigmatic, atmospheric Jon Hopkins is coming to the Brighton Dome.
Mercury Music Prize nominee Kate Tempest brings her hybrid of hip hop, poetry and storytelling to a sold out show at The Haunt.
Drill:Festival is coming to Brighton in December, with over 100 artists and performances across four days and 14 different venues.
Clowwns and Crayola Lectern are among the highlights of the Albert’s taped-for-posterity Bootleg Festival.
The Grammy award winning soul jazz superstar makes his Brighton debut this Autumn.
The Green Door Store’s annual fresh-blood music celebration returns, with Fear Of Men and The Black Tambourines topping the free, weekend-long bill.
Singer and guitarist of Hot Water Music brings his powerful solo show to The Haunt with his band The Camaraderie.
With last year’s inaugural event given a unanimous thumbs up, it’s time to see if they can keep up the momentum for year 2.
Essex oddballs Dingus Khan headline a psychedelic all-dayer at Brighton Arts Club.
Brand new comedy shows from two-thirds of the Badults gang.
The legendary punk poet returns to deliver another sermon of soliloquies, side-stepping the sticky floor venues in favour of the classier Theatre Royal.
Brighton gypsy punk band set off on a fifty-date tour of the UK after getting dirty down by the seaside.
Head to Green Door Store to for a night of premium Brighton clubbing, courtesy of the Donky Pitch gang.
The original DIY punks return to town with a new album and a fistful of orgasmic classics.
The Pavement frontman brings his stunning rock abstraction to The Old Market.
Moving, eclectic and darkly humorous, John Grant brings his Pale Green Ghosts tour to Brighton.
Veterans of Brighton’s spoken word scene train teenagers for a Fringe slam showcase.
Scottish guitar superstar RM Hubbert returns to Brighton for an intimate show at The Caxton Arms.
The original and greatest Two Tone band make a welcome return with a sold out Dome show.
Acclaimed lyricist Sage Francis brings the European leg of his world tour to The Haunt, accompanied by Scroobius Pip.
Her debut album has been met with universal adoration. Can she maintain the hype on the first date of her UK tour?
This weekend there’s no less than four mini festivals taking place around the city. You, Brighton, are spoilt for choice.
The likes of Neutral Milk Hotel, Beirut and Caribou are on the bill at next month’s festival in Wales.
Funk collective The Impellers support Norman Jay’s Good Time sound system at the Concorde 2.
No-nonsense Brum alt-rockers Nightingales return to the Albert with mighty support from Ted Chippington and Helen McCookerybook.