Brighton gig guide 19 – 24 April

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week Undercurrent is back from a Euro weekender and subsequent bank holiday revelry to bring you the best live music in town this week. There is former Big Brother contestants getting hot at The Hope, wonderful soul stylings at Green Door and a Tarantino-approved Japanese garage rock sensation at Patterns. Love, just bloody absolutely love it we … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 19 – 24 April

Brighton gig guide 14-20 February

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. It is A-L-L kicking off as we rattle through the worst of the winter. This week there are international indie pop bands ripping through town, a former Spice Girl smashing it up on a Sunday night, and the most packed Saturday I have seen since before the world went to absolute shite. MONDAY 14 BRUNSWICK – … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 14-20 February

Nierra Creek releases Frontline

Brighton electronic/folk duo have released a brilliant new single, Frontline. Nierra Creek are back with their most heart wrenching offering to date ‘Frontline’. An explosive electronic rock ballad that is both beautiful and breathtakingly sad. In delivering a new found love for thunderous guitars and scorching synths, Nierra Creek have transformed their intimate sound into something Herculean. Speaking about the new track, front-man Ryan Deag … Continue reading Nierra Creek releases Frontline

Poems by Post interview: Support creativity in hard times

Poems by Post is an independent poetry subscription service running straight out of Brighton. Each month subscribers receive a hand-curated package of writing and artwork from a new artists. We got into it with Alex from Poems by Post to discuss the ethos of the project, the highs, the lows, and the value of tangible art in a modern world. UC: Can you give an … Continue reading Poems by Post interview: Support creativity in hard times

Fringe 2022: Second batch of tickets on sale now

As the city edges closer to this year’s Brighton Fringe the festival has locked in 100 new events, taking the total to a weighty 350. Better yet, tickets are now on sale, folks. The second release showcases the likes of Brighton’s Singing Barber, Peter Joannou, with a timeless repertoire of swing classics, live and direct from his golden window in The Laines, and the exciting and … Continue reading Fringe 2022: Second batch of tickets on sale now

The Walrus pub accused of forcing staff to work through Covid symptoms

As the Omicron variant rips through the city, bosses at The Walrus pub on Ship Street are reportedly forcing unwell staff to work public-facing shifts Header image from Jim Linwood on Flickr A weighty claim has emerged that bosses at The Walrus pub are attempting to force staff to work public-facing shifts despite presenting with Covid symptoms. One staff member shared the details on Twitter. … Continue reading The Walrus pub accused of forcing staff to work through Covid symptoms

Brighton gig guide 13-19 December

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week This is life, but not quite as we know it. Your boss doesn’t quite know what to ask of you, shops are always busy, but no one is properly off for Christmas yet, it is unclear if you can totally shirk all responsibility, but it kinda feels that way. So what better way to sashay through … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 13-19 December

5 Brighton restaurants with vegan Christmas specials

From stuffing-topped fries to nut roast pies, here are 5 amazing vegan Christmas specials in Brighton and Hove. It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The time when Brighton restaurants, pubs, and takeaways get into the festive spirit and start cranking out wildly inventive Christmas specials – and we’ve rounded up the best vegan ones because you’ve all been very good. Prepare your stomachs, … Continue reading 5 Brighton restaurants with vegan Christmas specials