Paul Weller's sister has curated a unique exhibition of Jam and Style Council artefacts and memorabilia alongside a season of related gigs and events.
Melting Vinyl presented Yama Warashi and Brighton's ChopChop for an oddly pleasing evening of sonic, organic, woven spells.
Love Supreme returned, bigger and better than ever. The sun shone and the music dazzled across a perfect weekend.
Ruinfest brought together some of Brighton's best bands and a few killer out-of-towners for an intense all-dayer at the Hope & Ruin at the end of June.
The 80s pop duo perform at Hove Cricket Ground to showcase their long-awaited new album alongside a run of classic hits.
The Texas-based soul singer brought his hits to Brighton and also introduced a future star with his opening act.
Star of the show Chelsea Halfpenny talks us through the pop-infused pie-baking musical's time on the road ahead of its visit to the Theatre Royal.
Morrissey is back in Brighton with a new, as yet, unreleased album and a bulging back catalogue to round off a nine-day UK tour.
Local label Difficult Art And Music soon celebrates a year of putting out short-run releases of sound art, academic curiosities and "stuff you need to untangle".
Topping a four-act bill at the Hope and Ruin, two-piece Fräulein blow us away with their intoxicating blend of edgy melodies, incisive lyrics and driving rhythms.
Worthing three-piece Noisy are back on tour, and we’re there to confirm that the band’s brand of euphoric beats is utterly moshtastic!
In a series of paintings of trees, Brighton artist, Tony Felstead, explores the reassuringly constant role that trees play in our ever-changing city.
We spoke to rapper Jed about running nights for new Brighton artists, making music and how the local hip hop scene managed to survive through lockdown.
Cluedo delivers mirth with its murder as the board-game-turned-film-turned-stage-show lands at Theatre Royal Brighton for its next turn.
Cut down version of Shakespeare's comedy of misrecognition, disguise and farce. Three performers with manic hat changes and cool banjo.
Legendary Jim White is coming to Brighton this month to promote his album 'Misfit's Jubilee'. Expect quirky and brilliant Americana form a true maverick original.
We saw a wealth of international talent at The Great Escape, but on the final day two bands from Brighton stole the show.
Activists protesting against fossil fuels occupy an oil rig in this exciting collaboration between Unmasked Theatre and artists' collective Rising Tides.
More bands, more reviews. Friday's festival was a heady mix of Turkish techno, gothic indie, Japanese folk, jazz punk and grime metal.
Gregory Porter was back in town, ahead of his headline slot at Love Supreme, with an excellent, expanded band and a totally amazing opening act.
The Great Escape made a triumphant return with three days of musical mayhem across the city. Here's a round-up of two dozen acts we caught on Thursday.
The multi Grammy-winning singer and multi-instrumentalist brings his worldwide 'Djesse' tour to Brighton Dome.
Highly rated Fintan Shevlin is back with 'To Be Men': taut physical theatre, original sounds and high tension in Tyrone. Brighton-based writer and performer.
A cut down up-to-date Macbeth by Brighton's Suitcase Theatre performed by three women with guitar sounds. Exquisite contemporary drama, cosy venue.
This year's Brighton Fringe is teeming with local talent. Highlights include an ode to Woodstock, a radical history tour and the tale of a Brighton prostitute.