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In-depth articles about what’s happening in Brighton and interviews with the weird and wonderful people who live here.

Eli Ink

We spent some time at Brighton's newest tattoo studio, talking about the roots of tattooing and the importance of building community.

May 3, 2024

Barry Adamson is returning to play Brighton Komedia in May. We spoke to him about his new album and film work, both on screen and in the studio.

Apr 20, 2024

We spent some time with Brighton’s 'queen flea', Lydia L’Scabies and found out more about Brighton’s hottest new cabaret night and variety show – The Slag Pit.

Mar 13, 2024

Ahead of their show at the ACCA this March, experimental sound quartet Penumbra share how collaborative improvisation drives their practice.

Mar 13, 2024
FemFest Credit Rose Bainbridge

FemFest's Maddie Ross tells us about Brighton's only arts festival by and for marginalised gender identities.

Mar 6, 2024

We caught up with the Moulettes as they emerge from an epic recording project to play at The Old Market.

Feb 15, 2024
exterior view of the Towner gallery in Eastbourne with brightly colours geometric paintwork

The Turner Prize exhibition secures Eastbourne's premier gallery as a major venue for contemporary art, but is it any good?

Feb 11, 2024
Scarlett Fae

A new season of shows brings artists, poets and comedians to Hove for an annual celebration of "kick-ass women".

Feb 8, 2024

The experimental folk quartet share their global inspirations, theatrical origins and Ukrainian heritage.

Jan 24, 2024

Supporting new musicians to make that breakthrough in a fast-changing world, Small Pond are making a big splash.

Nov 30, 2023
yumi and the weather

Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Yumi And The Weather, Flip Top Head, Plantoid, Emma Gatrill, Hutch, JOHN and Soft Walls.

Nov 4, 2023

We talked to Abraham Moughrabi from Jinn Records about his 'Sawa Sawa' collaboration with Sudanese musicians and more.

Oct 28, 2023
Eva Lunny

Ahead of her show at ACCA, the Brighton harpist tells us about being inspired by the sea and how she was almost upstaged by a cement mixer in Finland.

Oct 15, 2023

Brighton’s independent film festival takes place in November. We pick out a few must-sees.

Oct 10, 2023

Ahead of his upcoming ACCA show, we talked to Brighton-based musician MATTHS about all things electronic.

Oct 2, 2023

We welcome the return of the Doc'n Roll Film Festival celebrating lesser known artists alongside global superstars.

Sep 27, 2023

We welcome the return of one of our favourite homegrown bands, The Miserable Rich, who are back with a new album and live shows.

Sep 12, 2023
Ethan Taylor in costume

A spotlight on Ethan Taylor who has been involved in the Brighton theatre scene for eight years as a writer, performer and director.

Sep 7, 2023
inside of an art gallery in Brighton

We explored Brighton's art scene in search of the city's best contemporary galleries, visiting local institutions, hidden gems and seaside studios.

Jun 15, 2023

Ahead of his return appearance at Love Supreme Festival next month, we spoke to Courtney Pine about his beautiful new album and much more.

Jun 13, 2023

Is an immersive art experience better than a painting? Van Gogh's work gets the big screen treatment at the newly reopened Corn Exchange.

Jun 1, 2023

Cairovan's Monem talks Egyptian food, his Cairian heritage, and his stint at Shelterhall this summer...

May 31, 2023

We chatted to local promoters Fail Better about their plans for a Spiegeltent takeover this month, putting kids on stage and how to go to town on decor.

May 3, 2023

Our picks of plays to see at Brighton Fringe – tackling class, gender, homelessness, music and football.

May 2, 2023

Masterchef 2018 winner Kenny Tutt talks about latest venture Patty Guy ahead of Foodies Festival 2023.

Apr 3, 2023
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