If you’re missing The Great Escape and Brighton Festival, TogetherFest offers the next best thing and all for a great cause.
A global documentary photo series depicting communities in lockdown comes to Brighton.
From Zoom portrait clubs to video diaries and global messages of hope - we take a look at some local creative projects that everyone can get involved in.
We spoke to Sally Oakenfold, Creative Director for The Hope & Ruin, for an update on the ongoing crowdfunding campaign to #saveourvenues.
SOURCE looks at some of the promising acts booked to play at TGE before it was forced to pull the plug.
Brighton rapper Jon Clark unveils his monster project RhymeWave, after several decades in the making.
For some people lockdown is a daily reality. Gig Buddies has created a virtual festival to support people for whom isolation is nothing new.
We checked in with the Green Door Store to see how the venue is coping with life during lockdown.
A murder mystery fan tracks a reality TV killer in this fun and self-aware crime novella from Zac Colbert.
Fancy a joining a parade, visiting a gallery or watching a comedy gig? You can! Here's a round-up of some of the virtual entertainments on offer in Brighton.
We photographed ten Brighton musicians in their homes on Zoom and asked them about being creative and staying sane during the corona lockdown.
We spoke to three Brighton bands to get a musician's perspective on the slightly odd experience of performing livestreamed sets from their living rooms.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Octopuses, Melt Plastic Group, Gulls, Porridge Radio, Night House and Wax Machine.
Local groups have been stepping up during the lockdown to help the more vulnerable in Brighton.
There is no other artist making music today who transcends the genres of dance and classical as skillfully as Jon Hopkins.
Brighton Festival has been cancelled due to coronavirus fears while Brighton Fringe has been postponed until later in the year.
We had to strain to see him on stage at Patterns, but a musician as talented as Moses Boyd will have to emerge from the shadows eventually.
Following the release of his latest album, Frank Turner treated fans to a journey through his back catalogue with an engaging solo set at Brighton Dome.
Witch Hunt's political satire and bawdy slapstick weaves together a hilarious but jolting feminist fairytale as part of The Old Market's Reigning Women season.
Marking the tenth anniversary of their self-titled debut album, Darwin Deez are back in the UK – the country where they have been most successful.
Engaging and heartfelt show that tactfully pulls back the curtain of nostalgia to shine light on the hardships of growing up.
Hayley Ross has just released a stunning album 'The Weight of Hope'. We spoke to the local indie artist ahead of the launch at Brighton's Prince Albert.
Brighton 'Future Punk' twosome are a force to be reckoned with and know how to deliver a show packed with fearless, upbeat punk spirit.
The Orielles came to Chalk days after the release of their second album and played to impress, wooing us with a fresh and upbeat take on indie rock.
The Whiskey Preachin' DJs have put together a compilation of contemporary Country classics, released this week on their own label.