A double bill of nostalgic comedy about Britpop and father-son relationships
Adult pantomime about a young boy who ventures into a dark wet cave and rubs someone’s lamp to uncork a gaseous man who satisfies his wishes
Enigmatic as ever, the Ultravox man brought his brand of dense electronica to the Concorde.
We’ve been lucky enough to see KRS-One at his last three Brighton shows, so expectations were high.
Straight out of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, Friends Are Foes are a pop-punk band with a bright future.
To celebrate the release of their EP Us Baby Bare Bones packed out the Green Door Store and dazzled all.
The dark cabaret band came to Brighton Festival with a macabre take on The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner.
The Flaming Lips tarted up the Dome with some flamboyant visuals but could the band’s sound rise to the occasion?
Jamaica Inn solves the problem of not everyone wanting spicy food by serving both English classics and Jamaican staples.
Win £300 worth of Doc’s by looking cool, as Dr Martens open their first Brighton store.
This, the big Mondays show Brighton never had, was everything we could have hoped for – and much better than we expected.
A mix of pop-punk kids and pop-punk grown-ups turned up to hear Allister do their now-a-decade-old second album.
This Brighton Festival stage adaptation brought us a beautiful and insightful look at life in a divided Afghanistan.
Noir pop duo Curxes dazzled us at The Great Escape and are ready to step up to the next level.
Who should you spend your £150 with this year? We’ll help, or guide you towards cheaper, more local offerings.
With so many great independent fashion shops in Brighton it almost impossible to choose just six to pat on the back.
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