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Exhibition Synesthesia: Brighton X Japan, Gallery 40, Tuesday January 27 – Sunday February 1

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Synesthesia75NEWArt exhibition Synesthesia brings Japan to Brighton this January. Following Moshimo’s ‘Brighton Japan Festival’ hiatus in 2014, regular festival collaborator Studio AM sets up a poster project based exhibition, inviting the cream of our local artists to present their take on Brighton and Japan. Speaking about the name choice of Synesthesia, Studio AM explains: “Synesthesia [...]



JD McPherson, Komedia, Tuesday January 27

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JD_McPherson75With a retro sound rooted in the rock and roll, rhthmn and blues and rockabilly of 1950′s America, this respected singer-songwriter nevertheless injects a fresh energy into his music, whilst channeling the spirit of greats such as James Brown and Little Richard. Sure to put some fire in your belly on a chilly January night. [...]



Herbie Flowers’ Jazz Breakfast, Corn Exchange, Saturday January 17

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HerbieFlowers75    Kick off your day the jazz way! What better way to start the weekend? An audience with Herbie and his irresistible jazz, plus a nice cuppa on arrival thrown in gratis! Plus, if you’re peckish there’s also an option to sample some tasty treats. You’re welcome!   11am, £7.50+£2BF (includes tea or coffee [...]



Generations, Marwood Cafe, Friday February 6

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Marwoodcafe75Brighton based restaurant critic, author and Masterchef semi-finalist Andy Lynes will be swapping his laptop for a stove top when he collaborates with his professional chef son George at a pop up dinner in central Brighton in February. The event, entitled ‘Generations’, will take place on February 6 at The Marwood Cafe in Brighton’s Lanes in [...]



Loserville, The Old Market, January 27 – January 31

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Loserville75Written by Elliot Davis of Busted and James Bourne of Son Of Dork, and produced by the acclaimed creative team at Apollo, Loserville has been described as “Grease for the 21st Century”; a celebration of youth culture and music, shot through a classic geeks vs. jocks story set in an American high school at the [...]



Lights, The Haunt, Friday January 23

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LightsSinger75The Canadian electro songstress returns to Brighton after the massive success (Gold sales in her homeland) of her sophomore album ‘Siberia’. But she experienced what she describes as ‘the worst writers-block ever’ during the writing sessions for her follow-up. So she did what any self-respecting artist would do. She spent months living ‘off-grid’ in an [...]



Stay Beautiful, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Saturday January 3

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sticky-mikes-frog-bar75NEWSimon Price and friends present a glam-punk club night which has long been a Brighton institution. Stay Beautiful promise a night of punk-themed musical treats with guest DJs and a set from the man himself. Expect to hear dancefloor fillers from the likes of Billy Idol, The Cramps, Placebo, Garbage, The Cure, The Damned, Kate [...]



Krater Comedy Club, Komedia, Wednesday December 31

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Krater-Studio-nye75Irrefutably one of the very best comedy nights in the country at one of its best clubs, what better way to welcome the new year than laughing your ass off? With cold drinks and warm food, you’ll have everything you need to kick your night off with a bang. The night’s top acts are Eddy [...]



That Was the Year That Was ’14, Brighton Dome Studio Theatre, December 27 to December 31

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thatwastheyear75Brighton’s very own zany satirical comedy troupe perform their annual review of the year, featuring gags, sketches, topical songs and nods to some of 2014′s most memorable events, both large and small. Expect an irreverent, comical and festive take on things from these veteran performers. 7pm, prices vary, see website brightondome.org



Burning the Clocks, Brighton town centre to seafront, Sunday December 21

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Burning-The-Clocks-Festiv75This yearly tradition has always caused a stir on the streets of Brighton, with each event getting ever more extravagant than the last. The event was started in 1994 as a symbol to mark the end of the year. Every member of the public (regardless of race or creed) is invited to create their own [...]