Actually Gay Women’s Chorus: ‘Women of the World’ concert tonight at St Andrews in Hove

Actually Gay Women’s Chorus will be presenting their next show, Women of the World at St Andrew Church, Waterloo Street, Hove on Friday, May 10 at 7.30pm The choirs new...

Paul Lewis: Brighton Festival at Glyndebourne: Music Review

This concert provided a breathtaking overview not only of Schubert’s genius but also of the artistry of one of today’s great instrumentalists, made even better by a picnic in...
Posted On 07 May 2013

Hop Farm is no more

Sad news. This year’s Hop Farm festival has been cancelled due to poor sales and poor projected sales. Due to take place at the beginning of July with headliners My Bloody...
Posted On 04 May 2013

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: Douze points!: tonight

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: Douze Points! Amidst claims that Eurovision has had it’s day, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus imagine what might happen should Brighton...

La bohème: ENO: Opera Review

An easy to access La Boheme accomplished and nonthreatening and one for Puccini fans to revel in. A good show to take as your first visit if you're interested in going along...
Posted On 03 May 2013

Alison Moyet signs to appear at Brighton Pride

Iconic Diva Alison Moyet has been added to the main stage lineup for this years Brighton Pride on Saturday August 3. Alison Moyet made her name in Yazoo with Vince Clarke...

Boogie Troop: The Brunswick, Hove

Boogie Troop, an evening of ragtime piano, blues, boogie woogie and rock and roll classics, will be playing at The Brunswick, Hove as part of the Brighton Fringe on Monday,...

Kiss of the Red Menace: The Hobgoblin

Kiss of the Red Menace, a tribute to the music of Kander & Ebb, plays at The Hobgoblin as part of the Brighton Fringe in May and June. Diva-Chanteuse Melody La Rouge will...

Actually Gay Men’s Chorus: ‘Music of the Night’: St Andrews Church: Music review

Actually Gay Men’s Chorus latest production, ‘The Music of The Night’ on Friday, April 26 featured excerpts from many of the finest musicals ever written...

Music of the night, Actually!

The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Bill Randall, the Lady Mayor, and the Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex were special guests at last night performance by the Actually Gay...

Paloma Faith plays Brighton Pride

The main stage returns to Brighton Pride this year as the focus of the Icons on the Park event on Preston Park with organisers promising the best lineup of performers ever...

New music festival for Sussex

The Sussex Festival of Music, a new mid-summer music festival, will be taking place at Sussex County Cricket Ground from Friday, June 21-Sunday, June 23. The weekend comprises...

Local charities benefit from the voices of ‘Actually’

Following successful performances and fundraising throughout 2012 by both Actually Gay Men’s Chorus and Actually Gay Women’s Chorus, £1141.64 has been presented to local...

Pink Narcissus: Blood on the Page: Music Review

With their new 6-track EP, Brighton's self-styled 'freak rockers' Pink Narcissus have sparkled up grunge with a pinch of glitter.
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