Reviews of gigs, comedy shows and festivals with photographs from Brighton’s best snappers.
Jennifer Saunders stars in this light-hearted production of one of Coward's greatest works, confident in its charm and assured in its silliness.
Clowwns played a rare and brilliant double-set of full-on post-punk at the Hope & Ruin this week, supported by the dynamic Mum Dad and the Kids
A visceral, intricate and eclectic mosaic of forgotten fairy tales expertly brought to life with signature flair and charm by theatre company 1927.
20 years of amazing music celebrated by electric performances from Salter Cane, Mum Dad and the Kids, a reunited Anagrams and many more.
A fun, colourful and spirited adaptation of the Dickens classic that won't leave you out in the cold! We caught Truestory's retelling of the Christmas tale at The Spire.
Adam Kay brought another dose of comedy NHS horror stories to Brighton the day after the election.
Some fans have been waiting nine years for The National to return to Brighton, but from this showing maybe it wasn't worth the wait.
We catch the phenomenal Brighton band at their 100th gig of the year, which turns out to be a sold-out homecoming show at Chalk.
Adam Ant played a perfectly-pitched set of pop and punk classics including a full performance of his debut solo album.
The Beta Rays made the most of their performance at the Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club, bringing over a dozen musicians and guest vocalists to the stage.
Our round-up of new Brighton music - including releases from Buffo's Wake, Prince Fatty, Beach Riot, Animal House, Lazybones and Great Pagans.
Brighton's Yakul injected some groove into a wet and dreary Monday night with a set of original and captivating neo-soul songs at Komedia.
Recently released to rave reviews, Michael Kiwanuka’s third album received its first live outing at an intimate acoustic show at Chalk.
BSP played a blinder at Concorde 2 this month at the inaugural Rejoyce festival. SOURCE photographer Sarah Brownlow was there for the snapping.
One of the most exciting acts around at the moment, LIFE stormed through their blistering new album at the Green Door Store on Monday.
Ever on the ascendant, Brighton's Yonaka treat the Concorde 2 to a triumphant evening of raucous indie-rock and blistering anthems.
The enigmatic Deerhunter returned to Brighton at Concorde 2, offering far more than your standard gig experience. Boring it was not...
The live space-disco outfit returned to Brighton on a wet and windy Sunday evening in support of their eponymous debut LP.
Human cloning. Gail Louw's adaption of David Daniel's book. Theatre that explores complex social, moral and scientific issues. Writing and acting of distinction.
Norwegian four-piece Pom Poko played two sold-out gigs at the Hope & Ruin and impressed with their quirky bouncy thrash-prog aesthetic.
Neil Hannon's new album 'Office Politics' takes a swipe at the horrors of the nine to five. We clocked in to take the minutes.
Dublin's post-punks The Murder Capital brought an infectious energy to Concorde 2 with a setlist drawn from their cracking debut 'When I Have Fears'.
Frank Skinner might not be the lad he once was, but this sold-out show saw him return to his original day job with as many laughs and dirty stories as ever.
Fabrica invites us to explore new sights through old eyes in this fascinating virtual reality installation by internationally acclaimed artist Lindsay Seers.
High-camp Grand Guignol and proto-punk classics were the order of the day as ringmaster Alice Cooper rocked the Brighton Centre.