Stand-up comedy with a community vibe
The second week of the Fringe sees a mix of mini breakfast plays, irreverent folk music and some conceptual colour-coded comedy.
Great line up of two SOURCE cover stars and more, plus you don’t need a ticket and it’s all free.
Jimmy Edgar and Machinedrum play a free party you have bring an old electronic item to recycle in order to get in.
Her Brighton Festival show saw the ‘controversial’ singer back in excellent form with a new Bono vicar look.
Between 1987 and 1989 the Mondays played Brighton four times but they haven’t ventured down since – until now.
Rain, binge-drinking, depression and nuclear war. The Fringe Festival kicks off to a cheery start.
Check out our exclusive Wideboys stream ahead of the Skint Records showcase this Saturday.
Is it metal? Is it punk? Either way it’s a bloody glorious racket, writes John Mclean.
The Sheffield hardcore band play Brighton for the first time to a slightly mad crowd in a packed out venue.
Heavy. Grimy. Sweaty. Crazy. That about sums up Noisia at Concorde2.
The English Defence League came to town to spend a lovely sunny day surrounded by police and anti-fascist demonstrators. Who won? It’s hard to say.
What a dreary winter. So thank god for Johana, a ray of sunshine, a girl not afraid to embrace a dash of colour.
Bleeding edge dance music meets bleeding heart neo-soul, Anushka are representing Brighton at TGE in style.
We pick out six of the city’s finest vegetarian and vegan eating out specialists.
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