Sleaford Mods

feat. Sleaford Mods

24 Oct 2016

Sleaford Mods are a band that defy comparison. They’ve rejected suggestions of being influenced by punk acts like The Fall or Ian Drury, though the same sense of angry dissatisfaction, alienation and grim humour runs through their music. Even the ‘Mod’ part of their name doesn’t help much – outspoken frontman…
Tighten Our Belts at Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome to premiere new theatre show about the cost of austerity in the city

21 Oct 2016

From rising homelessness to the increasing reliance of residents on food banks, a new show from a recently formed local company Brighton People’s Theatre, Tighten Our Belts, takes as its subject the significant cost of austerity for people living and working in the city. Previewing at Brighton Dome on Sat 26 November,…
FLIT at Brighton Dome

feat. Flit

19 Oct 2016

A visually rich production that explores themes of migration through darkly atmospheric songs and breathtaking stop-motion animation with Martin Green (Lau), Adrian Utley (Portishead), Dominic Aitchison (Mogwai), Becky Unthank (The Unthanks), Adam Holmes and Whiterobot.Martin Green is well known for musical experimentation…
Brighton dome and Terre a Terre competition

Competition: Win a dinner for 2 at Terre à Terre and 2 tickets to Flit on Sun 30 Oct

19 Oct 2016

Fancy indulging in a delicious treat for all your senses? Then enter our competition on Facebook for a chance to win tickets to breath-taking show Flit and a mouth-watering, pre-show ‘Terre a Verre’ meal for two at Brighton’s trailblazing, vegetarian restaurant Terre à Terre.Featuring some of today’s…

The Velvet Underground and the string quartet: forceful beauty in this season's Coffee Concerts

18 Oct 2016

Brighton writer and journalist Joe Fuller delves into the crossover appeal of chamber music, our Coffee Concert season and the CAVATINA schemeAs someone who grew up loving The Beatles, The Velvet Underground and Radiohead rather than absorbing a classical diet, chamber music stands out as a form that could bridge the pop/classical…