On Friday night Charlie Simpson brought his new solo tour to Concorde 2 in Brighton. The 26-year-old from Suffolk has already had a varied musical career, starting off as the youngest member of award-winning pop-trio Busted. Following that he made an unusually smooth transition into an alternative-rock front man with his band Fightstar.
You might think that Glasvegas have something to prove. The Glaswegian indie-rock band was tipped for big things in 2008, and they were living up to it. Their mercury-nominated debut album reached number two in the charts and went platinum.
It’s been an interesting few years for Scottish Indie-Rock band Glasvegas. Having been tipped for huge success by many, including the BBC and NME, in 2008 the band has since gone on to have two successful studio albums.
Saturday 22nd October saw the return of the increasingly popular Beach of the Dead. Now in its fifth year the event see’s literally thousands of zombie enthusiasts descend upon Brighton to enjoy an afternoon of lurching, groaning and general zombie-ness.
Three Days in May is a political drama set in Churchill’s War Cabinet. It documents the discussions and decisions leading to the country’s decision to either sue for peace or stand up to Hitler’s Nazi Germany. Made over three days, it is a decision that would change the World forever.
Last night the musical comedienne Isy Suttie brought her heart-warming tale of love and loss to Brighton’s 10th Annual Comedy Festival.
Tens (16) gathered on Tuesday night for the exhilarating climax of a hard fought campaign for the hearts and minds of Cokeham, Adur District Council.
This evening Isy Suttie, or ‘Dobby from Peep Show’ as she often calls herself, will be bringing her hilarious musical stand-up Pearl and Dave to Brighton and Hove.