Halloween at Brighton Dome and a much loved singer-songwriter hands out an irresistible pick and mix of old and new favourites.
Martin Stephenson and his band return to Brighton serving up old favourites and a sparkling new album.
We explored Brighton's art scene in search of the city's best contemporary galleries, visiting local institutions, hidden gems and seaside studios.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Orbital, Yonaka, Arxx, Opus Kink, Holiday Ghosts and The Bar Stool Preachers.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Flevans, I Am Fya, Laundromat, Birdeatsbaby, Pog, Dez Dare, Dog of Man and Arxx.
The 80s pop duo perform at Hove Cricket Ground to showcase their long-awaited new album alongside a run of classic hits.
Brighton's independent vinyl outlets are holding back the tide of streaming and enticing ever more music lovers through their doors. Here are some of the best.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from ELLiS·D, Dog of Man, Libra Libra, Hutch, The Family Grave, Oli Spleen and DITZ.
Derry’s finest punk rockers bring their catchy golden back catalogue to Brighton for some post-lockdown energetic kicks.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Penelope Isles, Yumi And The Weather, Nick Hudson, Georgia Train and Laura-Mary Carter.
With his unique blend of empathy and politics, Billy Bragg visits Brighton Dome showcasing his first new album release in almost 10 years.
Heartfelt and humourous, Martin Stephenson's gig at Patterns felt more like a family gathering.