In-depth articles about what’s happening in Brighton and interviews with the weird and wonderful people who live here.
Local groups have been stepping up during the lockdown to help the more vulnerable in Brighton.
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.
As the UK headed for Brexit, we visited Brussels to find our European partners bidding us a fond, if confused, farewell.
With an exhibition of some of his most recent ‘Clare in the Community’ cartoons, local funny man Harry Venning has everyone in Gallery 35 chuckling.
Here's what happened when we left our social media bubble to go door-knocking on the streets of Brighton.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Buffo's Wake, Prince Fatty, Beach Riot, Animal House, Lazybones and Great Pagans.
In the last election Brighton was a red/green sandwich. With a bit of tactical voting we can get the same result.
Artists Open Houses is back with loads of brilliant mini-exhibitions across the city. Here's our top ten picks.
Ahead of his show in Portslade later this month, the legendary DJ tells us about the records and nights in Brighton that have been key to his musical journey.
The new Lighthouse exhibition features three installations including Darren Emerson's Common Ground about the Aylesbury Estate in London.
Brighton's Two Piers celebrated 40 years of co-operative living at a party with speakers including Caroline Lucas, Helen Russell and Alexandra Phillips.
We cross into the dimension of Codex Serafini to find out how a 1970s encyclopaedia inspired them to become Brighton’s most mysterious band.
Six of the best child-friendly cafes for parents who want proper coffee and happen to have kids in tow.
If you like your clothes retro, you're in the right place. Brighton is bursting with second-hand shops, but here are some of our favourites.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Ham Legion, Scare Taxi, Strange Cages, Count Kujo, Dog Of Man, Yakul and Hayley Ross.
'Thunder punk' duo Frank & Beans - what happens when a blend of Bukowski, Thelonius Monk and Johnny Cash influences run riot?
Brighton's rising rents are just one reason why many are looking to live a little differently. We went on a tour of local housing co-operatives to see how they work.
A series of moving black and white stills at 35 North Gallery depicts the transience of the world around us.
Different from anything else we're listening to - the glam rock of Bowie, Elton-esque keys and madcap Father John Misty vocals will get under your skin.
Indie hip hop veterans Sage Francis and B.Dolan talk about their upcoming show at Patterns why their new album reminds us 'This Was Supposed to be Fun'.
We chat to the Brighton band about The Great Escape, Bella Union and studio spectres – over beer, tea and Club biscuits.
We chatted to Maddy ahead of her Love Supreme appearance about her new album, global politics and the joys of Littlehampton.
We joined the newly started 35/120 photowalk in Brighton, which invites film shooting photographers of all abilities to join in and take photos together.
Nick tells us about working with Brian Eno and how his break-up with a bandmate shaped the new album.
As Lita Doolan's new play 'Mary Blandy's Gallows Tree' comes to Brighton Fringe, the award-winning writer recounts some of the weirdest hangings from history.