Recommendations for what’s on in Brighton from gigs and galleries to clubs and comedy.
He don’t drink, don’t smoke but what he does do is put on an amazing live show, this time wrapped around his first solo album, 'Friend Or Foe'.
Though it's been some years since they released a full album, the Canadian trio are touring again bringing their scuzzy math punk back to Brighton.
The supergroup featuring Brian Jonestown Massacre’s Anton Newcombe brings their blend of art-rock and Francophile pop to a festive show at the Concorde.
Got the winter blues? The first line-up announcements for Love Supreme 2020 will warm your cockles and soothe your ears.
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.
Sweet Swiss electronic grooves spearhead an eclectic triple bill presented by Acid Box Promotions, at The Hope And Ruin.
Brighton's drum'n'bass, jungle and swing big band hold a 25th anniversary party featuring two gigs and a march through the city led by a samba band.
Brighton folk-powerhouse trio Liemba announce EP launch for ‘Ever Evolving’ at a revitalised BLEACH on Thursday 28th November.
The new Lighthouse exhibition features three installations including Darren Emerson's Common Ground about the Aylesbury Estate in London.
A brand new festival of theatre brings over a dozen one-person shows to Lewes mixing comedy and social drama with historical themes and local tales.
Riding their rapid ascent with style, Brighton's Yonaka bring their mix of heavy rock and soaring melodic pop to the Concorde 2 for their biggest show to date.
Acid Box Productions bring the sunshine with The Mauskovic Dance Band and Los Bitchos at Patterns.
Join local record label Tru Thoughts to celebrate their 20th birthday with a two floor takeover of Patterns.
Folklore Sessions have put on their monthly gigs for the last five years. Brighton Source spoke to Jacko Hooper about their forthcoming birthday showcase.
Full of electronic music and innovative events, the two-week arts and technology fest is back once more to show us the future.
The king of shock rock returns to Brighton with his Ol' Black Eyes Is Back tour this Autumn and he's bringing some heavyweight support acts with him.
A new documentary sees the queen of 70s rock return to her home town to face the family she left behind. You can ask her about it in the Q+A afterwards.
Molly Sarlé, one third of the band Mountain Man, begins a solo European tour at the Green Door Store this Friday, with support from Ellie Ford
The Brighton band are releasing their album in the run-up to a launch party at The Hope & Ruin in August.
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'.
Oxfest is a new family friendly festival set in the Sussex countryside, offering local music, food and beers.
TraumFrau and Queer Songbook present a unique night of live music, art and activism for Brighton Pride.
This one-person play draws from verbatim interviews with a Stonewall survivor, London drag artist and AIDs activist. It's subversive, accessible and not PC.
The all-inclusive Rock House night hosts its third festival featuring the best of Brighton's bands with a headline set from The Daniel Wakeford Experience.