Foodies Festival Brighton Serves Up A Three-Day Gastro-Glastonbury This Weekend
'Gastro-Glastonbury' is on its way to Brighton for a three-day weekend with big name chefs, live theatres and headline music acts.
Interview: Jack Dee Is Still Befuddled By The Modern World As He Gets Ready To Unleash His New Show @ Brighton Dome
live tour, Off the Telly
, which was cut off in its prime when the pandemic hit the UK last spring, comes to Brighton Dome
on Wednesday 6th October.
In A World Divided Placebo Offer Up A Message Of Defiance With New Single Beautiful James
continue to shine a light on the aspects of our society
that are all too often viewed by some with scepticism at best, and hatred at worst.
Interview: Director Shana Carroll Talks Pandemic & Passagers Ahead Of Her Company's Spectacular Circus Production @ Brighton Dome
Brighton is one of the stops on a long-awaited UK tour for Canadian contemporary circus legends The 7 Fingers
when they arrive at Brighton Dome
to present their hit show Passagers (Passengers)
on 30th September and 1st October.
Pioneering Electronic Veterans 808 State Set To Open Up Their Latest Album Transmission Suite @ Concorde 2 Brighton
Acid House originals turned pioneering electronic veterans, 808 State
AKA Messrs Graham Massey
and Andrew Barker
accompanied by live drummer Carl Sharrocks
will play a full headline set at Concorde 2,
Brighton, next month.
Interview: Rob Brydon Steps Outside Of His Comfort Zone For A Night of Songs & Laughter @ Brighton Dome
has come to this interview directly from the photo shoot for his new live tour, A Night of Songs & Laughter
, which visits Brighton Dome
on Saturday 25 September.
Northen Soul Meets The South Coast As Brighton Collective Raving Beauties Release New Single This Is The Train
Retain those carefree thoughts and long hot days of summer
with the new golden sounds from long-time Brighton Magazine favourites, Raving Beauties.
Lockdown Artwork By Brighton Dome Employee Goes On Display In Venue
Over the course of the coronavirus pandemic, Brighton Dome
employee Graham Cameron
produced a series of striking illustrations
detailing his experience of lockdown,
the impact of Covid-19 on the arts and his time furloughed from work.