From the North Laine to Mongolia, Cinecity's lineup is typically eclectic and original this year - catch it before the city's key film festival ends.
Macbeth in Brighton. One-act play with Scottish Gaelic sounds by This Is My Theatre. Power, ambition, murder, blood. The woods are moving.
As part of our retrospective series on local bands we look back at the hugely influential and ever-challenging anarcho-punk collective Poison Girls.
We spoke to the team at the Rose Hill to find out how a series of new creative projects is helping this unique Brighton venue to cope with the current crisis.
This one-person, one-act play is giddy, funny and seriously entertaining. An odyssey through the madness of corporate pressure on our mental health.
Brighton's leading promoters of African music will be showcasing three star performers, over six nights, in the run up to Christmas.
This Brighton Fringe psychodrama about caravanning in Ireland is first-class physical theatre that follows in the tradition of Pinter, Beckett and Berkoff.
Brighton Music Conference made a triumphant return to debate key issues within the electronic music industry - covering race, gender and, of course, Covid.
Brighton’s skyline was flooded with lasers last week - we spoke to the artist involved to get the inside track.
There are two photography festivals in Brighton this month taking on timely themes with exhibitions, online workshops and billboards in the street.
Brighton-based graphic novelist Hannah Eaton’s second book is an ambitious tale of small-town England spanning seventy years.
It's been a while, but live music is about to return to Brighton Dome as some of the city's best venues put on a show of solidarity with four gigs full of local talent.
Win tickets to see Metronomy and Passenger return to their roots for a Crowdfunder to support local venues.
As part of our retrospective series on defunct local bands we look back at two decades of absurd antics from notorious Brighton punks Anal Beard.
Carl Cox and Fatboy Slim are among the guests at this year's Brighton Music Conference, which is running as a virtual event with free passes for all.
The Spirit of Woodstock comes to Brighton and Hove in a one-person show that gives verbatim accounts of the music, politics and life of the 60s.
An added chapter to the legend and an evening of silliness and unclean fun to be enjoyed by Shakespeare lovers and haters alike.
A local restaurateur hatches a plan to open a new outlet in Hove promising an on-site florist, a wine and cocktail lounge, sea views and a ‘secret garden’.
As part of our retrospective series on local bands we lament the overlooked career of stylish Brighton synthpop quartet Mirrors.
As part of our retrospective series on Brighton bands we revisit the strangely affecting and hugely entertaining 'tweecore' folk pop of The Bobby McGees.
Up and coming electro-pop band, Peakes, had to postpone their Brighton gig. SOURCE asks what they’ve been up to during lockdown.
The songs of some favourite childhood TV shows were recreated on a gorgeous evening at B.O.A.T which marked a welcome return for live music fans.
As part of our retrospective series on classic local bands we delve into the Brighton music scene of the late 70s to unearth the bad-taste punk of The Lillettes.
In a new series of retrospectives on Brighton bands we take another look at the short and controversial career of Britpop forerunners These Animal Men.
In the first of a new series of retrospectives on classic local bands, we revisit the distinctive instrumental music of Brighton krautrockers Electrelane.