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 art guide 11-24 October

Your guide to upcoming art exhibitions and events in Brighton. 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 happening … Continue reading Brighton art guide 11-24 October

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 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

Brighton gig guide 6-12 September

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. There is always something going on in Brighton. This week 6-12 September there are Elvis-fronted Nirvana bands at Concorde 2, the best hip hop night in town at Patterns and a two night stint for local heroes Demob Happy. Undercurrent has trawled the depths of the internet to bring you the most comprehensive guide to live … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 6-12 September

Music: Pool Valley Music hosting emerging artist showcase 15 April

Brighton independent label, Pool Valley Music is hosting a livestream show on 15 April, featuring some of the best new acts from its extensive roster. The free livestream event will see seven of Brighton’s best new bands take to the Komedia stage from 8pm on Thursday 15 April. The lineup includes: Matilda Bond, Atticomatic, Slant, China Bamboo, Caramel, Deafpony and Cloud. Pool Valley is a … Continue reading Music: Pool Valley Music hosting emerging artist showcase 15 April

Pubs: Vaccine passport plan ‘unworkable and baseless’

Leading voices from the UK pub and hospitality industry have branded vaccine passport entry plans as ‘unworkable and baseless’. There have been suggestions that landlords may be required to check the vaccine status of patrons on entry, if they wish to operate without social distancing measures. Leading figures within the British hospitality industry have lambasted any such suggestions, claiming that they are not only baseless … Continue reading Pubs: Vaccine passport plan ‘unworkable and baseless’

Kill The Bill march held on Saturday

The people of Brighton and Hove took to the streets on Saturday 20 March to protest the Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. The socially-distanced protest worked its way through the city from 2pm, ending at a demonstration on Hove Lawns. Those involved are fighting a reprehensible piece of legislature being rushed through commons by the Tory party, that seeks to criminalise protest under the … Continue reading Kill The Bill march held on Saturday

Food: Vegan Noms completes rebrand

Brighton vegan heroes, the aptly-named Vegan Noms have completed a total rebrand. Having started operation at The World’s End on London Road, the kitchen has quickly risen to prominence over lockdown. With its mix of innovative burgers, loaded fries and sides, VeganNoms has grown far past expectation, as owners admit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vegan Noms (@vegannomsuk) The business is … Continue reading Food: Vegan Noms completes rebrand