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.
Recently released to rave reviews, Michael Kiwanuka’s third album received its first live outing at an intimate acoustic show at Chalk.
Fabrica invites us to explore new sights through old eyes in this fascinating virtual reality installation by internationally acclaimed artist Lindsay Seers.
An exciting new exhibition at Brighton Museum unveils a largely unseen collection of Japanese woodblock prints from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Joseph Mount and friends played a storming homecoming gig at Concorde 2 in support of their critically acclaimed new album ‘Metronomy Forever’.
Writer and raconteur John Osborne comes to The Warren Blockhouse for a short residency, performing three different one hour monologues on consecutive days.
Award-winning playwright Bastiaan Vandendriessche performs an enthralling yet unsettling monologue at Sweet Werks this week as part of Brighton Fringe’s Dutch and Flemish season.
Finnish artist Jussi TwoSeven recently created several unique pieces of interlinked street art at different locations across the city. SOURCE took a walk round in search of all five.
Self-styled 'transgender terrorist' David Hoyle performed his exuberant, surreal cabaret show to an adoring sell-out crowd at the Spiegeltent.
Christopher Wollaton’s self-penned one act play at the Warren re-imagines the myth of Narcissus for a fitness obsessed Instagram generation.
The Montana born artist unveils his debut UK solo exhibition ‘Toe Buoy’ at the Phoenix Gallery.
Comedian Barry Ferns brought a new and unexpectedly confessional one hour stand-up show to the Komedia Studio on Bank Holiday Monday.
Multi-instrumentalist Merrill Garbus came to the Attenborough Centre last week for a rare Brighton appearance in support of acclaimed new album 'I Can Feel You Creep Into My Private Life'.
The former Mansun singer opened his UK tour at The Haunt this week, with a nostalgic double set which included a full performance of the band’s 1997 debut album.
The 2018 Brighton Festival programme launched this week. SOURCE was there to take a first look.
City centre gallery Fabrica have launched a crowdfunding campaign to protect their inclusive arts programme.
The former Mansun singer performs a double set at The Haunt which includes, for the first time, a complete rendition of 1997's classic 'Attack of the Grey Lantern.'
Actor and celebrated local cabaret performer Jason Sutton stars in a one-off performance of Philip Meeks’s acclaimed play, presented as part of LGBT History Month.
A range of exciting international acts take the stage at two separate performance poetry evenings this Friday.
Punky, political invective interspersed with drag queens on crutches miming to show tunes. Performance artist David Hoyle's show at the Attenborough Centre had it all, and more.
The Mercury Prize winning singer songwriter unveiled a dramatic staging of new album ‘I Tell A Fly’ at the Dome last week for the opening date of his UK tour.
A new show at Brighton Museum re-evaluates the career of twentieth century artist Gluck, a pioneer of gender fluidity.
Brighton's Christmas Open Houses returns next week. We've selected six must-see venues from around the city.
The Mercury prize winning singer songwriter comes to Brighton Dome later this month to showcase his second album ‘I Tell A Fly.’
A touching yet challenging new video installation at Fabrica examines our attitudes to death and dying.
Artist and local resident David Shrigley is named as the guest director of Brighton Festival 2018.
Celebrated local artist and Heroes Run co-founder unveils a display of new pictures at the Fishing Quarter Gallery.
Pioneering techno futurist Holly Herndon brought her multimedia show to the Attenborough Centre as part of Brighton Digital Festival.
Brighton-based collage artist Julie Kuyath hosts a special one-off display of new work, in antique frames hand-picked from a North Laine vintage shop.
Two days of illustration related workshops, talks and events at Brighton's Grand Parade campus – plus an exclusive appearance by David Shrigley.
A new exhibition at the University of Brighton's Grand Parade Gallery examines the enduring second life of Picasso’s dissenting masterpiece.
As Brighton prepares to celebrate Trans Pride, SOURCE takes a tour through a new transgender exhibit at Brighton museum.
Looking for an excuse to escape the city this August? Artwave Festival invites you into the homes and workshops of artists and makers across East Sussex.
SOURCE went down to Latest Music Bar to raise a glass with Joseph J Clark and friends as they presented an evening of music and poetry
Colour and light transform the interior of Fabrica in Peter Hudson's dramatic interactive installation.
SOURCE recently took a short trip up the coast to catch Verity Standen’s dramatic, immersive choral piece at Newhaven Fort.
SOURCE chats with local comic artist Myfanwy Tristram about using illustration to spread positive messages of political empowerment.
Award-winning local illustrator Helen Cann highlights the beauty and diversity of maps in a new exhibition at ONCA.
With over 180 Artists Open Houses on offer this year, you may be wondering where to start. SOURCE is on hand with a list of ten highlights.
Turkish artist Ipek Duben recently unveiled her dramatic video installation at Fabrica. SOURCE was there to take a tour.
The Old Market hosts a free one-day art fair, showcasing established designers alongside emerging talents.
Hove’s ten day festival of new theatre, comedy and spoken word returns for a second year.
Issues of life and survival take centre stage at the University of Sussex, as the award-winning SICK! Festival returns.
A week of creative events and live music surprises in aid of breast cancer charities. Enter our competition to win t-shirts and tickets to a glittery club night in a cave.
An international line-up of artists explore the vibrancy of drawing in a two day symposium featuring performances and workshops.
Local writer Joseph J Clark presents 'Drunk With A Pen', a collection of poems sold in aid of Clock Tower Sanctuary.
Young LGBT artists reflect on fifty years of history in a new photography exhibition.
Glug Brighton unveils an evening of art and design delights at Patterns nightclub.
The University of Sussex announces the opening season of a new arts centre on their Falmer campus.
New England House throws open the doors on its seventeenth annual festive art sale.
Gallery 40 present an alternative seasonal art show with a hint of tongue-in-cheek punk chic.