The Reigning Women season launches at The Old Market with a focus on female talent in comedy, music, film and immersive theatre.
As the UK headed for Brexit, we visited Brussels to find our European partners bidding us a fond, if confused, farewell.
Here's what happened when we left our social media bubble to go door-knocking on the streets of Brighton.
In the last election Brighton was a red/green sandwich. With a bit of tactical voting we can get the same result.
Brighton's Two Piers celebrated 40 years of co-operative living at a party with speakers including Caroline Lucas, Helen Russell and Alexandra Phillips.
Brighton's rising rents are just one reason why many are looking to live a little differently. We went on a tour of local housing co-operatives to see how they work.
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.
Ahead of this month's international day of action, we spoke to Brighton's climate activist group about their stunts including a mass 'die-in' in Churchill Square.
Lenin and revolution today. Agitprop and personal testimony from young people about change. Audience participation. Drama between Brecht and Boal.
His exasperated off-camera rants are a social media joy but can Jonathan Pie pull it off in a live setting? We went to Brighton Dome to find out.
Ken Loach, Owen Jones and Naomi Klein are among the big names coming to Brighton this month for a four-day festival of politics that runs alongside the Labour Party conference.
SOURCE chats with local comic artist Myfanwy Tristram about using illustration to spread positive messages of political empowerment.
Staff picketed Duke of York's on Saturday following strikes at four other cinemas in a dispute over pay, union rights and wonky tills.
Brightonians came out in their thousands for a mass impromptu protest against Donald Trump's Muslim ban.
A host of great local performers line up behind the campaign to save the NHS including Jo Neary, Attila the Stockbroker, Robb Johnson and Mark Brailsford from The Treason Show.
A concert organised in support of Jeremy Corbyn saw a surprise appearance from the man himself alongside an extraordinary bill that included Paul Weller, Robert Wyatt, The Farm and Temples.
Fashion legend and activist Vivienne Westwood met up with Caroline Lucas at Brighton Dome to talk about her new book, the dangers of fracking and how to fight climate change.
Paul Weller and Robert Wyatt headline the first in a series of fundraisers in support of Jeremy Corbyn.
Protestors gathered at the station yesterday to make a noise about the ongoing cancellations, overcrowding and general chaos affecting Southern trains.
SOURCE chats censorship, stencilling and hope with long time Brighton spray artist Agente Petruscioni.
Brighton’s People’s Assembly put the party first – literally – in an exciting celebration of local arts and activism at the Synergy Centre.
Surgeries are shutting, doctors are striking and corpses litter the streets. While Brighton protestors pull a stunt to highlight the local effects of the healthcare crisis, a certain MP heads to parliament to lead the fight to save the NHS.
Trainspotters, punks and poets came together for an anti-privatisation fundraiser with John Hegley, Robyn Hitchcock, Blyth Power and The Lovely Brothers.
Can Goodmoney vouchers inject £1m into the local economy by 2020? SOURCE went to the launch to find out how it works.
One month on from the election we look at some of the grassroots groups in Brighton - for those who don't want to wait another five years to get political.