Recommendations for what’s on in Brighton from gigs and galleries to clubs and comedy.
The Brighton band are releasing their album in the run-up to a launch party at The Hope & Ruin in August.
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.
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.
Record crowds are expected for this unique hometown show from local lad Rag'n'Bone Man at Brighton Racecourse.
Doves headline a heavyweight hit of nostalgia at Brighton Racecourse, leading an indie-rock roster of Feeder, The Coral and The Twang.
The first solo exhibition from Brighton photographer, Lyn Holly Coorg, is full of experimental photos of movement and calm, shot all around the world.
12 Stone Toddler and Clowwns return to the stage to play what promises to be an immensely fun night at Concorde2 on Thursday.
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'.
Worried about the NHS? Time to take a lighthearted view - enter performer Steven Carne's witty show.
A vibrant and colourful exhibition of live gig photography by Gili Dailes comes to Brighton's Mange Tout this month.
Locals know that The Great Escape is joined by an unofficial festival of gigs in smaller venues, all for free. We profile some of our favourites.
Save Caroline Lucas from illuminati lizards by running around the North Laine picking up clues in this new interactive show at Brighton Fringe this weekend.
As The Warren opens on Victoria Gardens, here's the top ten theatre, comedy and circus shows to catch down there during Brighton Fringe 2019.
The LA-based composer and songwriter returns to Brighton (well, Hove actually) for a gig at the Old Market
Deborah Frances-White, the comedian behind the sensational podcast The Guilty Feminist, brings her new live touring show to the Brighton Centre.
Lemon Jelly co-founder Fred Deakin launches new sci-fi concept album 'The Lasters' with a free-entry album listening party in Brighton
Chocolate, death and clowns all feature in Artist Open Houses 2019, running throughout may across Brighton and the wider reaches of Sussex.
Another 100 names have just been added to the line-up of this year's Great Escape, including Fat White Family and Snapped Ankles.
On their biggest tour so far, Catfish and the Bottlemen return with a new album 'The Balance'.
Playing their third show in Brighton in less than a year, Dublin's Fontaines DC combine the driving punk of Shame or Idles with the acerbic vocal style of The Fall.
Ahead of Loop’s upcoming gig at The Haunt, their frontman chats to us about psychedelics, merch rip-offs and playing in Brighton.