Experimental folk virtuoso
Open session with a house band and special guests
Throw away those jazz mags and try out your trumpet in public
End Of The Trail Records hosted an Alternative Escape stage at The Loft with local bands The Bright Ones and Nightworkers.
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.
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.
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.
It’s part tattoo parlour, part beauty salon, but what makes N&N exciting is what happens with that second N.
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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