Event Previews

SnowApple, The Ranelagh, Saturday February 7

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snowapple75Dutch folk/pop band Snowapple will be playing The Ranelagh in Brighton to support the release of their new album “Illusion”. Multi-instrumentalist singers Laurien, Una and Laura have a modern fairytale about them – enchanting, alluring and beguiling… Expect hypnotic folk-pop with a little experimentation, incorporating influences of electronica, contemporary jazz, krautrock and classical music. 9pm, [...]



JOHN, Brighton Dome, Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 January

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dv8John75DV8 Physical Theatre returns to Brighton Dome following their critically acclaimed show “Can we talk about this”, a project that considered Islam and freedom of speech. This time the company focuses on the heart-rending life of John: the casualty of a broken home and the years of crime, drug use and struggling to survive that followed. Expect a [...]



First Aid Kit, Brighton Dome, Saturday January 24

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FirstAidKit75If you haven’t yet caught up to First Aid Kit, be prepared to be swept away by their beguiling, deceptively powerful songwriting and delivery. 2014 saw the release of latest album, the universally acclaimed “Stay Go”, extensive radio play and a UK tour which was never less than sold out. The swedish duo are on [...]



Will Johns & Jasmine Rodgers, The Brunswick, Saturday January 17

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WillJohns75Three times British Blues Award nominee Will Johns takes over the Brunswick this coming Saturday, with his sizzling hot new band and a brand new album “Hooks and Lines”. Be ready for his fiery vocals, the rawest of blues and a proper guitar lesson. As if that weren’t enough, Jasmine Rodgers (Paul’s daughter) will be [...]



J Mascis, The Haunt, Friday January 9

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J-Mascis75The Dinosaur Junior frontman has long been a pillar of the rock and roll community and he’s performed and recorded with countless big league artists throughout his colourful career. But it’s only comparatively recently that J Mascis took on the challenge of a solo record. This new year tour is in support of his latest [...]



Timber! Brighton Dome, Friday January 2 to Sunday January 4

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timber75Cirque Alfonse bring you their forest-themed circus show that blends hilarious comedy, mind-blowing acrobatics and cunning stunts to produce a performance like no other. Hailing from Quebec, this touring troupe promise thrills and spills in an axe juggling, log balancing, wood-chucking spectacular. You’ll laugh, you’ll gasp, you’ll be wowed by edge of your seat demonstrations [...]



Lee Mack, The Brighton Centre, Monday December 22

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leemack75The multi award-winning comedy star behind the hit TV series ‘Not Going Out’ and Would I Lie To You?’ comes to town with his ‘Hit The Road Mack’ tour, which features the very best of Lee’s one liners, stand-up and high-energy banter. This is one of the most hotly anticipated comedy shows of the year [...]



Krafty Kuts, Concorde 2, Saturday December 20

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KraftyKuts75Brighton’s very own breakbeat guru returns for a hometown show to cap the year off in style. Since 2006, Krafty Kuts (AKA Martin Reeves) has won numerous awards for his work on the DJ scene, including ‘outstanding contribution to breakbeat’ and ‘best DJ’ three years running! So you can rest assured that for the very [...]



Chris Rea, The Brighton Centre, Thursday December 18

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chrisrea75BISHe’s the man behind one of the most recognisable voices in 21st century songwriting. Now Chris Rea returns to Brighton armed with new material from his latest record ‘The Last Open Road’. With a string of successive hit singles under his belt (including 1989’s ‘Road To Hell’), Rea will no-doubt be wowing the christmas crowds [...]



Die Hard, Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Wednesday December 17

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diehard75It’s simply not Christmas without Die Hard, widely considered to be the perfect template for action cinema. Most of us remember it fondly but few of us were old enough to see it on the big screen as intended so put on your grubby vests, take off your shoes and be prepared to walk across [...]