Brighton gig guide 7 – 13 March

Your guide to live music in Brighton this week. We are here, live and direct from spring time (officially). The nights are getting longer, the itch to beach beer is growing, and the city is beginning to bloom into life after two years of cultural winter. This week there one hell of a lot of live events happening the city. Barry from Eastenders is hosting … Continue reading Brighton gig guide 7 – 13 March

Poems By Post: Sharing creativity in dark days

Poems By Post is a subscription-based poetry delivery project highlighting the creativity of independent artists. The Brighton-based Poems By Post project began in the despairing depths of 2020 as a means to share the indefatigable creativity in our world, and bring a little inspiration to people’s doorsteps in the most trying of times. Each month Poems By Post commission a new poem from a different … Continue reading Poems By Post: Sharing creativity in dark days

We Are Not Saints: Brighton label supporting artists in recovery

Brighton’s We Are Not Saints is the UK’s first music label designed to support those in recovery from addiction. The Brighton-based record label gets artists in the studio to record music and develop creatively, pushing their career forward that otherwise would have been, before they found drink and drugs. By nurturing and investing in the unique talent within this group of creatives, great music has … Continue reading We Are Not Saints: Brighton label supporting artists in recovery

Brighton Freehaus pub closing October 17

Brighton Bier is closing its Freehaus pub on October 17 Brighton Bier, one of the leading lights (if not THE leading light) of Brighton’s beer revival over the past 10 years is sadly closing it’s Hanover Freehaus site. It is a story heard far too many times in the pub game at present. The horrendous impact of the Covid pandemic coupled with soaring operating costs … Continue reading Brighton Freehaus pub closing October 17