Recommendations for what’s on in Brighton from gigs and galleries to clubs and comedy.
The ever-experimenting Unthanks have ditched the band and are coming to Brighton next year, this time as an unaccompanied vocal trio.
Five top films to catch at this month's Cinecity festival, including a new feature by Jan Švankmajer and classics from Derek Jarman and Lindsay Anderson.
The tea-guzzling DJ and cartoonist Mr Scruff brings his timeless 'Keep It Unreal' club series back to Brighton at Concorde2.
New soul-jazz soon-to-be superstar singer songwriter Yazmin Lacey is playing the great new space upstairs at Patterns. You don't want to miss this one.
Dublin's Fontaines DC return to Brighton after blowing us away at this year's Great Escape with their blistering Fall-esque post-punk.
Brooklyn singer-songwriter Ana Egge comes to Brighton on Monday 29th October. She spoke to SOURCE about her superb new album 'White Tiger'.
Win tickets to see Goldfrapp’s Will Gregory geek out on vintage monosynths at Brighton Dome.
Boogaloo Stu teams up with David Bramwell for a night of flashmob dancing, fake orgasms and smutty fun.
The Rose Hill hosts another night for Europhiles with resident Fip DJs and guest speakers including columnist and campaigner Zoe Williams.
Courtney Barnett's labelmate and other half comes to Brighton for the second time this year for a stripped-back folky set at Komedia.
Taking the theme of A New Europe, Brighton Photo Biennial returns for its eighth edition across the city.
To celebrate our 20th anniversary we're hosting a photography exhibition of work taken by Brighton Source snappers past and present.
Preparations are well under way for the monster 6th birthday celebrations of bass and dubstep this weekend at The Mine.
An intriguing quadruple bill of shorts and feature films heads to the Sallis Benney as part of the Brighton Rocks International Film Festival.
The unlikely duo line up the Green... Door Store for a night of off-kilter tunes.
Shining lights of Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Recordings label line up some Brighton shows. Your chance to see Skinny Pelembe and Joe Armon-Jones.
Back for its eighth year, Brighton Digital Festival ushers in a month-long celebration of digital arts, culture and technology at venues across the city.
An incredible line-up, including Fujiya & Miyagi and Alice Russell, has been assembled to raise funds and awareness of a hugely important cause.
We spoke to the Brighton-based Anglo-French indie duo about madness, the moon and their new EP - with a premiere of new video 'Dance With The Light'.
Antifolk comes to Hotel Pelirocco for a dirty bank holiday weekend. But what is it? Find out with Secure Men, Holy Magick and David Cronenberg’s Wife.
The Wedding Present's festival celebrates 10 years with Desperate Journalist, Salad and Helen And The Horns, plus a film premiere at the Duke Of York's.
They’re back at it again. Brighton’s deepest dubstep night returns to the Volks on Friday 3rd Aug powered by Sinai Sound System.
A Psychedelic Sundae rock fest comes to the Green Door Store on 22nd July. Looks like it's going to be a lot of fun. And loud!
Ingenious contemporary play by Abi Morgan, at New Venture Theatre. Two young lovers look at their past and present. Delicate, intimate and emotional.
Forty years on, Jilted John is back to give us the latest on Julie and Gordon. Plus support from another tongue-in-cheek one-hit-wonder, John Otway.