Recommendations for what’s on in Brighton from gigs and galleries to clubs and comedy.
Paul Weller's sister has curated a unique exhibition of Jam and Style Council artefacts and memorabilia alongside a season of related gigs and events.
The 80s pop duo perform at Hove Cricket Ground to showcase their long-awaited new album alongside a run of classic hits.
Star of the show Chelsea Halfpenny talks us through the pop-infused pie-baking musical's time on the road ahead of its visit to the Theatre Royal.
Morrissey is back in Brighton with a new, as yet, unreleased album and a bulging back catalogue to round off a nine-day UK tour.
Legendary Jim White is coming to Brighton this month to promote his album 'Misfit's Jubilee'. Expect quirky and brilliant Americana form a true maverick original.
The multi Grammy-winning singer and multi-instrumentalist brings his worldwide 'Djesse' tour to Brighton Dome.
Highly rated Fintan Shevlin is back with 'To Be Men': taut physical theatre, original sounds and high tension in Tyrone. Brighton-based writer and performer.
A cut down up-to-date Macbeth by Brighton's Suitcase Theatre performed by three women with guitar sounds. Exquisite contemporary drama, cosy venue.
This year's Brighton Fringe is teeming with local talent. Highlights include an ode to Woodstock, a radical history tour and the tale of a Brighton prostitute.
A play of sex, seduction and survival in Brighton's 19th century underworld. A great piece of writing and storytelling, back for Brighton Fringe.
On The Beach fest features legendary house and techno DJ Carl Cox and a line-up of drum and bass pioneers headlined by Andy C on the Sunday.
Platform B, Brighton’s next generation radio station, presents a free stage with an exciting line-up of emerging acts at The Great Escape.
With one of Brighton's biggest and best festivals but weeks away we're already planning how to see as many of the 500 artists as possible across the city.
This original one-man show lifts the lid on the drum'n'bass club scene and delves into the psyche of a man who doesn't know when the party is over.
Electronic maestro Bonobo returns to the Brighton Centre, after a five-year wait, as part of his worldwide 'Fragments' tour.
The theatrical smash hit STOMP returns to The Old Market for a special set of homecoming performances.
The Oska Bright Film Festival is back for its 10th year with a programme of 80 films made by and starring people with learning disabilities and autism.
Artist Michael Pantelli unveils his new works inspired by vintage comic books and classic cartoons.
Paul Weller returns to The Brighton Centre with two new studio albums getting their first live airing alongside a selection of fan favourites.
The Love Supreme Festival just got even better with a superstar headliner making a welcome return.
As the Sun heads north across the equator, psych fans will be in a world of their own beneath Brighton station.
Derry’s finest punk rockers bring their catchy golden back catalogue to Brighton for some post-lockdown energetic kicks.
Transylvania’s fearsome Count takes up residence at Theatre Royal Brighton for one night only as part of James Gaddas' one-man reimagining.
Get yourself down to the Green Door Store next week for some scuzzy soundscapes and haunting vocals from Brighton grunge band Jar of Blind Flies.
Brighton does its bit for Independent Music Venue Week with a wide range of gigs at the start of Feb.