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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
In a time of sparse good news and a distinct lack of movement in the local events industry, here is an uplifting story which starts and ends in Brighton. It involves an upbeat song by a legend of the UK music scene, reworked by a vocalist with all the...
The closure of nightclubs and other music venues in response to the coronavirus pandemic has led to the return of a controversial cultural phenomenon that first appeared in Britain during the late 1980s. Up and down the country, illegal raves have been talking place in disused airfields, forests and abandoned...
Brighton Dome has partnered with Fane Online on a curated series of livestreamed events featuring celebrated authors, actors and podcasters direct to audiences in the comfort of their own home. The livestream events will take place from August to November 2020, with tickets going on sale from Brighton Dome’s website...
The Government has unveiled a £1.57bn support package to help protect the futures of Britain's "world-class cultural, arts and heritage institutions." Thousands of organisations across a range of sectors including theatres, historic sites, museums, galleries, live music venues and independent cinemas will be able to access emergency grants and loans. The...
Four years ago Underworld produced their first fully fledged album in over half a decade, titled: Barbara Barbara, we face a shining future. By Jovian Kicks Underworld have been filling minds with eternal dance floor hymns and epochal anthems for decades. I came across the album in question whilst researching data journalism...
Applications for the Coro Nuovo Sussex Young Musician of the Year competition 2020 are now open, offering young musicians the chance to win up to £1000 to help support their music studies. The competition, sponsored by traditional oak and timber company Tradoak, is open to musicians aged between 18 and 26 years old, who have a connection to Sussex...
Music has been an important tool in getting people through this period of isolation. However, many who desire to learn to make music of their own cannot access the tools and resources required to do so. Music for All has now launched its new #444 initiative, which aims to...
Situated in the heart of Brighton’s Cultural Quarter, it comes as no surprise that Brighton Dome is considered the cultural hub of this vibrant City. Brighton Dome has seen more events than your average arts venue, in fact there is nothing average about this place. It is steeped in...
Will and the people Brighton
Brighton born band, Will and the People are returning to their roots to play another of their legendary live performances. The gig is taking place in late April at Brighton's musical nerve centre, Patterns, hosted by @clubthemammoth. The four BIMM graduates and loveable rogues, Will Rendle (vocals and guitar), Jamie...
Here is your run down of some of Brightons most anticipated gigs this week. 14th October, Monday Rod Picott @ The Greys The Greys brings you country/folk/rock singer Rod Picott. This Nashville-based roots singer/songwriter is sure to give you a night to remember. Tickets from £13.20 15th October, Tuesday Sophie and The Giants @...