Reviews of gigs, comedy shows and festivals with photographs from Brighton’s best snappers.
Fun! Fun! Fun! Sports Team deliver a huge performance that more than justifies the hype. Energy, theatre and fun by the bucketload. Full review and photos.
Feeling forgetful? Are they stealing your watch? A play about memory and personality. Dementia enacted with humour and sensitivity.
Glasgow's FK Alexander scrapes and stamps on stage, with unnerving percussion. It's performance art exploring love and lovelessness in recovery.
Wham! Bang! Pow! Art Brut are back... Eddie Argos and co came to The Haunt for a night of punchy songs, rambling banter and giddy, tongue-in-cheek rock'n'roll.
The master beatboxer turned electro singer-songwriter introduced his innovative and introspective debut album last week with stellar support from Tilda Allie.
Through Portslade to the site of a feeding frenzy of incredible genre-defying bands. We just hope we won’t have to wait another four years for the next one.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including albums by Rokurokubi and Oli Spleen, an EP from Lazybones and singles by Dom Champ, Hatter and Night House.
A wonderfully curated evening of past and future psychedelia, headlined by AK/DK, unfurled beneath a swirling multicoloured church roof.
A tranquil crowd sat transfixed in St George’s Church, receiving the precision audioscapes of indie heroes Low as the snow silenced the city outside.
Brighton's poets and rappers ended their 16-year feud with an epic spoken word battle at the Concorde. The victor here is the winner forever, right? Well...
2018 was a great year for new music. We highlight four Brighton albums released in the last year that you may have missed but really shouldn't.
The Minnesota singer and violinist played a superb set from the cobbles of the Green Door Store, with support from M. Butterfly and Mara Simpson.
The Brighton duo made a spectacular comeback with a greatest hits set to mark the closing of Sticky Mike's Frog Bar.
Florence Welch gave an outstanding performance at the Brighton Centre while convincing the audience to turn off their phones and embrace.
Levellers played an amazing hometown show stuffed with folk-punk classics on a UK tour celebrating the band's 30th anniversary.
The Carlisle psyche rockers gave us a euphoric set at the Green Door Store, supported by Brighton shoegaze duo Hanya.
The Kardashians on a wild acid trip... The Blinders hit The Haunt in Brighton with support from Brighton faves White Room.
The Prodigy are rave legends, but Liam Howlett's men have some new tricks up their sleeves – and it makes for a typically spectacular live show.
Two women in an adapted tale of a Sussex folktale from the 19th century. A tale of wisdom, Wicca and persecution. Top class theatre.
Theatre as comedy, or comedy as therapy? La La's comedic show about group therapy hit most of the right beats at Rialto Theatre.
Anton Newcombe and co came to Brighton to tour their spectacular new album ‘Something Else’.
What if placebos really work? Seven dancers backed by sounds from viola to electronica. Artists collaborate with scientists in a sinister dance experiment.
Rising psych-rock outfit Club Kuru took to the stage of the Hope & Ruin last week alongside Brighton's own Yumi And The Weather.
A professional woman, happily married, wonderful children. It all goes wrong amid plenty of laughs. No-one is happy now. Great theatre.
Brighton’s Our Girl concluded their national tour with a packed-out dynamic hometown gig at the Haunt, with support from Buzzard and Breathe Panel.