Bad Luck Social Club, a new vegan coffee spot, opening 19 Oct

Bad Luck Social Club is opening on York Place, just opposite St Peter’s Church, on Tuesday 19 October. The new coffee spot will be serving up Sussex speciality coffee courtesy of Cast Iron Roasters and a range of over-the-counter vegan treats. Have no fear though, my hungry pals, a full vegan food menu is in the works and will be launching soon. The project is … Continue reading Bad Luck Social Club, a new vegan coffee spot, opening 19 Oct

Brighton gig guide 27 September – 03 October

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. Summer has finally slipped through our fingers. The nights are darker, the smoking areas are colder, but in the wonderful music venues of Brighton and Hove it’s as hot as its ever been. This week in Brighton we’ve got Clarence Clearwater Revival tribute acts at Concorde 2, psych grunge at Rossi Bar, and the busiest Wendesday … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 27 September – 03 October

Brighton vigil held for Sabina Nessa

A vigil was held in memory of Sabina Nessa in Brighton on Friday. The vigil took place at 7pm, Friday 24, at Valley Gardens. This coincided with vigils in Kidbrooke, south-east London, and across the UK. Announcing the event, organisers said: “Please stand in solidarity with us against yet more violence against women and girls. “Sabina Nessa was murdered just minutes away from meeting her … Continue reading Brighton vigil held for Sabina Nessa

Brighton gig guide 20-26 September

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. There is always something going on in Brighton. This week 20-26 September there are award-winning grime acts at patterns,, punk bangers at Pipeline, and some Leonard Cohen tributes for the lonesome among us. Undercurrent has trawled the depths of the internet to bring you the most comprehensive guide to live music this week. TUESDAY 21 BRUNSWICK … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 20-26 September

Brighton art guide 13-19 September

Your guide to art exhibitions and events in Brighton this week. Brighton is a city renowned for its artistic heritage. From the iconic Victorian architecture of the front, to the boundary-pushing work being made in the city’s many galleries, the city by the sea is one of colour, expression, and innovation. This week we have hand picked four of the best exhibitions and live events … Continue reading Brighton art guide 13-19 September

Brighton Bier hosting TWO massive beer events in September

As summer draws to a close, there’s two very exciting new beer events taking place in Brighton Bier pubs at the end of September. Brighton is incredibly fortunate that Paulaner, one of Germany’s oldest and most respected breweries, has invited BRIGHTON BIERHAUS to be one of just 8 official ‘Paulaner Oktoberfest’ venues in the UK, and the only one in the South East for their … Continue reading Brighton Bier hosting TWO massive beer events in September

Brighton art guide 6-12 September

Your guide to art exhibitions and events in Brighton this week. Brighton is a city renowned for its artistic heritage. From the iconic Victorian architecture of the front, to the boundary-pushing work being made in the city’s many galleries, the city by the sea is one of colour, expression, and innovation. This week we have hand picked four of the best exhibitions and live events … Continue reading Brighton art guide 6-12 September

Music: Loda.mi release second single, Stay True

Brighton electronic pop duo Loda.mi have released their second single, the achingly beautiful Stay True. Following on from debut single Dial-up, Stay True is a deeply personal ode to breaking through barriers and facing oneself in order to overcome struggles and creative output. The track sets this exploration of self-doubt against an airy electronic soundscape – a juxtaposition that only serves to highlight the weight … Continue reading Music: Loda.mi release second single, Stay True

Art: Citywide storytelling event, HERstory, sheds light on hidden female experiences

HERstory is a city-wide audio storytelling experience that uncovers women’s lives and work usually hidden from history. Part of the Brighton Festival (1 May – 31 May) these are the real stories of Brighton-based women as they have lived through the COVID-19 pandemic. Insightful and inspiring, HERstory brings to life the works of writers including Sabrina Mahfouz, Jade Anouka, Kate O’Donnell, Nessah Muthy, Monsay Whitney, … Continue reading Art: Citywide storytelling event, HERstory, sheds light on hidden female experiences