By Kayleigh Lewis The golden girl of underground music, Katy B, is bringing her much anticipated ‘On a Mission’ tour to Brighton this Monday. She’ll be bringing an exciting collection of up-and-coming talent along for the party, including the vibrant and up-beat artist Jamie George.
By Kayleigh Lewis Last week Brighton Museum hosted the city’s 10th Indian Weekend attracting more than 1,600 visitors. This year’s event celebrated both the 90th anniversary of Brighton’s India Gate and 20 years of the Women’s Hindu Group. As always it also celebrated Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.
By Matthew Yau When you’re being smothered by the inadequacies of chart hits, pumping your ears with the sound of indie would be the obvious alternative. Even then, difficult listeners can still be left wondering where truly new music can be found. So when Cults broke onto the indie scene in 2010, it was refreshing…
By Peter Faretra Brighton community representatives urged council chiefs to take action and save Saltdean Lido from ruin in a council meeting at Hove Town Hall. Councillors debated the future of the historic lido after being presented with a petition containing nearly 3000 signatures to revoke the lease from the present owner.
Photo courtesy of creative commons by Dominic’s pics By Harriet Thacker As the clocks go back Brighton’s revellers will be out in force for the fourth White Night Festival on 29th October. The free arts festival takes place in venues all over the city showcasing artists and events celebrating Brighton’s cultural diversity.