Old Times Review

Last week the Sussex University Drama Society performed Old Times, a 1970s play by Harold Pinter. Leading up to the…

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Spectre Review

One of the most anticipated and advertised films of the year has finally made it to our cinema screens. Bond…

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Subs Review

Opening with a scene in which the audience finds a smartly-dressed woman, later to be known as Rose, parading round the…

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Brett Goldstein Review

I didn’t really know what to expect when, in place of the standard “alright” or “you having a good night?”…

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Swingin’ on a Saturday

As I listened to Matthew VanKan open his night of celebrating Frank Sinatra with Fly Me to the Moon I was transported to a…

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SOAK Preview

Arguably Brighton’s most renowned venue, Concorde 2, plays host to 19-year-old, Irish singer songwriter SOAK on October 29th for the…

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Foxes preview

It wasn’t long ago that Southampton born Louisa Rose Allen, a.k.a. Foxes, was an unknown artist looking for that breakthrough.…

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Kimberly Anne gig review

After two sold out shows back to back at Camden Barfly in London, Kimberly Anne came down to Brighton to…

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The Waiting Wall

For a week in September, there was the ‘Waiting Wall’. An art instillation by Alan Donohoe and Steven Parker, the…

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Spector Preview

Spector are back. It feels like an eternity since the band’s debut album Enjoy It While It Lasts hit the…

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Mura Masa preview

19-year-old producer and songwriter, Mura Masa is the latest up and coming artist to play at the recently reopened and…

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Onca Gallery Launch Review

Most art exhibition launches consist of sipping champagne and polite small talk about the art they display. But when I…

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