Hot off the press: Brighton Dome presents its first ever issue of feat.
27 Oct 2014
Brighton Dome are proud to release - a very limited run - of our first ever music & culture magazine, featuring loads of extra content for our most dedicated, music-lovin’, bar-hugging, gig-going, arty-party audience, with a pure aim of giving you an insight into our venues and the artists we’re proud to present under our roof.
If you’re a Brighton-based creative, get published in feat. by sending us your photography, reviews, artwork or anything else that’s inspired you whilst at Brighton Dome. We’ll pick our favourite submissions to print - and offer you some complimentary tickets if we do.
Sound good? We think so.
You can pick up your copy of feat. from a select number of vendors, so if you do manage to get your hands on one we suggest you pass it to a pal, slip one in the post for your gran, or share a copy with your dentist. You could even hide your copy in the deepest, darkest corner of your favourite haunt for some lucky person to find.
We’ve had a load of fun making it and hope you enjoy hearing more about some of our artists and the exciting projects they are working on.
Fancy yourself as a budding journalist / gig photographer / future rock star? We’d love to hear from you. Pop us a line at: email@example.com
Pick up your copy from Wed 29 Oct from any of the following vendors:
Beyond Retro | BIMM | Brighton Dome | Brighton Dome Ticket Office | Concorde 2 | Duke of York’s Cinema | Duke’s at Komedia | Mrs. Fitzherberts | Green Door Store | Latest Music Bar | The Marlborough | Marwood Café | The Prince Albert | Red Roaster | Resident | Small Batch Coffee | Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar | The Black Dove | The Great Eastern | The Hare & Hounds | The Haunt | The Hope | The Old Market | Saint James | The Mesmerist
There will also be a small amount available across a selection of pubs, cafes and eateries around Brighton & Hove.