Afriquoi Review

Despite being short and sweet, Afriquoi created a fun, infectious atmosphere with a sound unlike any other.

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Metamorphosis Review

This is Kafka’s Metamorphosis from the women’s perspective. Classic writing, exquisite acting and a spellbound audience. It’s great theatre.

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20 years of music with Melting Vinyl

Anna Moulson’s Melting Vinyl have been putting on gigs in Brighton for twenty years. Brighton Source was in attendance for their celebratory night of extrordinary local music.

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A Pro Of Nothing Review

A showcase of short drama from Andrew Allen at Cast Iron Theatre. Comedy and tragedy. Pinteresque. Made in Brighton.

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Tune-Yards Review

Multi-instrumentalist Merrill Garbus came to the Attenborough Centre last week for a rare Brighton appearance in support of acclaimed new album ‘I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life’.

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Avalanche Party Review

Avalanche Party review – a feral, wild garage sound that sounds like post-punk got into a fight with psych.

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Morrissey Review

A dogged curmudgeon and a flawless performer who is happy to accept flowers from fans and stuff them down his trousers. With some trepidation (and a few reservations) we went to watch Morrissey in action at the Brighton Centre.

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Jonathan Pie Review

His exasperated off-camera rants are a social media joy but can Jonathan Pie pull it off in a live setting? We went to Brighton Dome to find out.

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Erasure Review

With more pop than an explosion in a lemonade factory, Erasure brought seventeen albums of hits to the Dome.

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Sunflower Bean Review

Brooklyn rockers Sunflower Bean have skipped the second album syndrome and came to Concorde 2 with a performance that left us excited for the next phase of the band.

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A Certain Ratio Review

The band who put the funk in Manchester post-punk, A Certain Ratio made a long-awaited return to Brighton with a career-spanning anniversary show.

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George FitzGerald Review

A spine-tingling live show at The Haunt from an electronic producer at the top of his game.

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Warsaw Radio Review

Brighton-based folk rockers Warsaw Radio played a packed show at the Green Door Store following the release of a debut album that’s quickly gathering plays on BBC airwaves.

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Belle and Sebastian Review

The Scottish indie band reminded us how far they’ve come since the 90s at Brighton Dome with a rich mix of music, audience involvement and loads of dancing.

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Secret Comedy Club Review

We took the plunge to see some intimate and upfront comedy at Artista Café’s underground weekly stand-up night.

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Albert Hammond Jr and Franz Ferdinand review

Albert Hammond Jr demonstrated his solo prowess and Franz Ferdinand pulled off a masterclass in theatrical pop at the Dome.

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Hollie Cook Review

The queen of tropical lover’s rock made a welcome return to Brighton, after last month’s cancellation, and warmed the cockles of a weather-beaten crowd.

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Shonen Knife Review

They came, they rocked, they made us hungry. Shonen Knife played a storming set which saw the Yamano sisters reunited.

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The Handsome Family Review

Laughing in the face of death, murder and suicide, The Handsome Family celebrated the 20th anniversary of gloomy masterpiece ‘Through The Trees’ with a seriously fun show at St George’s Church.

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Amp Fiddler Review

With a show that didn’t quite fit the venue, Detroit’s Amp Fiddler took us to church.

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Fickle Friends Photos

Fickle Friends celebrated the release of their debut album ‘You Are Someone Else’ with a sold out homecoming show at Concorde2. Photographer Gili Dailes got back with the photos.

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Postcard From Stockholm

SOURCE goes Scandinavian as art college favourites Dream Wife hit Stockholm for the first time, and we follow Swedish pop legends ABBA’s Eurovision history from Brighton Dome to museum piece.

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It’s No Job For A Nice Jewish Girl Review

A one-woman show drawing on Jewish British humour. It’s comedy, stand up, and voracious storytelling.

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Zara McFarlane Review

The multi award-winning jazz star and her amazing band came to the Komedia and played a thrilling set of jazz and reggae classics and originals.

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I’d Be Lost Without It Review

Our digital lives explored through immersive theatre, via fake news and invented personalities. Wet Picnic brought tough questions about digital mass hysteria to The Old Market.

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