Recommendations for what’s on in Brighton from gigs and galleries to clubs and comedy.
Back and online, Brighton's Yoga Festival is ready to go next weekend with workshops, panel discussions and sessions for kids.
Some of Brighton's finest DJs are livestreaming sets from rooftops to support the night-time economy.
If you’re missing The Great Escape and Brighton Festival, TogetherFest offers the next best thing and all for a great cause.
Marking the tenth anniversary of their self-titled debut album, Darwin Deez are back in the UK – the country where they have been most successful.
The Reigning Women season launches at The Old Market with a focus on female talent in comedy, music, film and immersive theatre.
South London jazz drummer, producer and composer Moses Boyd brings his fresh new sound to Patterns as part of a European tour.
30 more names have been announced with new talent and original disco queens coming to the party.
Gregory Porter is returning to Brighton to debut songs from his forthcoming gospel-flavoured Blue Note album, All Rise.
Catch the in-demand cosmic surf rockers at a mini psych fest at The Hope & Ruin. A Saturday night too!
Brighton's Chop Chop play the Hope & Ruin to launch album ‘Everything Looks So Real’ . Support from Map 71 and The Emperors Of Ice Cream
Ezra Collective's killer keys man returns to Brighton with a new solo album. Bring your dancing shoes and an open mind.
Formerly of Screaming Tea Party, Koichi Yamanoha now pushes boundaries as a mesmerising singer-songwriter - and he's coming to the Rose Hill.
Tindersticks bring their dramatically mellifluous sound back to The Dome in support of their beautiful new album.
Love Thy Neighbour's three-night gig run is back at the Hope & Ruin this month with a bill of top local bands including Hilang Child, Abi Wade and Beach Riot.
If you are looking for a quality gig to dance off your Xmas excesses The Band of Holy Joy have come to your rescue.
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.
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.
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.
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.