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ourcity About 300 families in Brighton & Hove are at risk of becoming homeless as a result of the government’s plan to cap benefits. The amount these households will receive will drop significantly, regardless of how many children live in the household or if someone in the family works part-time. The idea, we’re told, was to encourage people into full-time work, save the public purse money and make benefits ‘fairer’. Jason Kitcat: editorial@whatsonguide.co.uk | Profile Photo: Steve George

Unemployment & The Benefit Cap On average across the country there are three unemployed people chasing every job and it’s even more competitive in our city. The government’s own flagship scheme to help people find work has only helped one in thirty people land a permanent job. Austerity cuts mean ordinary people have less money to spend and the economy is stalling. There just aren’t enough jobs to go around, but the government wants to penalise poorer families who want to work for not being able to find it.

to pay their rent or find anywhere cheaper to live in the city. Local taxpayers in the city will fork out about £1.1m to help re-house the families that will be turfed out of their homes. The benefit cap makes no financial sense. Whatever savings the government may make will be dwarfed by the costs to local services and charities to deal with the consequences.

As with so many government plans, the benefit cap grabs headlines but will run up a bigger bill in the long-run. It will hurt scores of families at a time of There will be always be a debate increased joblessness and rising about the welfare system. However living costs, so we’re doing all the government’s determination we can to help those affected to slash benefits to meet targets, while lobbying the government to rather than on the basis of need, change their minds. means families will be left unable

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Jack Dee

There are all kinds of things to get involved in as 2013 heads towards middle age. Stand-up comedy in the shape of the not to be missed Eddie Izzard and professional grump Jack Dee. Great food that comes out of the ground and might even help you live longer, energy ideas that do the same for the planet, oh and the obligatory serving of great music. Get planning!

Fri 22nd March, Brighton Dome Jack Dee is the epitome of the dark comic: sarcastic, dry, pessimistic, dead-pan and absolutely hilarious. He has been making regular trips to Brighton with his stand up ever since he first blew up, back in the early 90s, and is well known for his TV appearances on shows like QI, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Have I Got News For You. brightondome.org

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Band of Friends

2013 Eco Technology Show

Fri 14th & Sat 15th June, Brighton Centre Tel: 01273 957 726 Now in its second year, this exhibition and conference showcases low carbon technologies, energy innovations, transportation and lifestyle sectors and includes some of the latest electric super cars and concept cars. It highlights how we can all embrace new developments in technology to save money and deliver genuine benefits to businesses, local communities and our precious planet. ecotechnologyshow.co.uk

Thurs 4th April, Komedia Band of Friends are back in Brighton with a show celebrating the life and music of Rory Gallagher. Gallagher produced some of the greatest rock and roll albums of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Gerry McAvoy, who played with Gallagher for more than 20 years, leads the line-up which includes long time drummer Ted McKenna. Just don’t call them a tribute act. komedia.co.uk/brighton

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King Creosote & Gummi Bako

Sat 16th & Sun 17th March, The Hove Centre Have you ever sautéed with spinach? Fricasseed with a chickpea? This weekend long event, opened by author and former pop star Janey Lee Grace, will showcase healthy living, vegetarian style. Expect over 125 stalls full of food, body-care and information about all aspects of the plant based lifestyle as well as live music and comedy, films and educational talks. brighton.vegfest.co.uk

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Mon 29th April, The Basement Kenny Anderson aka King Creosote is not only a stalwart of the British music scene, he is also an innovator, nominated for the Mercury music award in 2011. Melancholy yet uplifting, Anderson’s music speaks to the soul. His last three EPs are the liveliest he’s produced for years. His show in St. George’s Church last year was sold out. thebasement.uk.com

Yes, Prime Minister!

Eddie Izzard – Force Majeure

Mon 18th - Sat 23rd March, Theatre Royal The original writers of the popular 80s’ TV show have reunited to bring us this play packed with jokes, politics, intrigue and dynamic word play, in Brighton for one week only. The show has already been a smash hit In the West End and the plot has inspired a new series of episodes to be produced for TV. atgtickets.com

Tues 7th & Wed 8th May, Brighton Centre Beloved Eddie grew up, in part, just down the coast in Bexhill. Eddie has had a big few years, running 49 marathons in 51 days for Sport Relief and spending three months performing his previous hit show in French to Parisian audiences. This will sell out faster than a monkey can shimmy up a tree, buy now! brightoncentre.co.uk

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Tattoo Convention

Okay so we dragged ourselves through the financial penury of January and survived. Now you deserve to give yourself a treat and this month has those in spades. There is literally something for everyone this month and I can only brush the surface of the rich sea of events. However those that I have chosen are particularly stunning so join me in the previews and then at the events themselves.

Sat 16th & Sun 17th, Hilton Hotel This is the 6th year of this celebration of all things tattoo. Tattooists from across the globe converge on our city to showcase their skills. Make sure that you allow plenty of time to revel in this brilliant spectacle of inking. Last year I bought two prints from the convention and this year there’s a whole gallery of artwork to peruse.

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The Official Honey Club Closing Party

Pam Ann Sun 17th, Theatre Royal The queen of transatlantic comedy cruises back in Brighton with a new show. The alter-ego of Australian comedian Caroline Reid, Pam Ann’s career has really taken off (sorry) in the past couple of years. She sold out the London Palladium twice in 2010 and counts celebrities like Madonna amongst her fans. If you’re a fan of camp humour, you shouldn’t miss this! atgtickets.com

Sat 2nd, Honey Club Party on with BBC Radio 1’s DJ Danny Howard & Vintage! The Club will be closing shortly for a Million Pound Refit and will become Brighton’s first VIP Super-Club, bringing the club back up to the forefront of Brighton’s nightlife! Whack this one in the diary and prepare to party and move to the groove like never before! 11pm-4am. Advance tickets dancevintage.com/buy-tickets

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Wed 20th, Komedia The mancunian three piece have spent the last 18 months working on their second album ‘Collections’. The eagerly awaited follow-up to their critically acclaimed 2009 album described as “a delicate balance of euphoria and despair” was released on 28th January on Polydor Records. This 2013 tour will allow Delphic’s fervent fan base to witness their unmistakable musical style and electrifying live performances. Don’t miss it. komedia.co.uk/brighton

Weds 13th, Concorde 2 This veteran of reggae and dub was a key founder in the development of Jamaican popular music and considered to be the best known and most charismatic of all Jamaican record producers. In the 60s his quirky instrumentals inspired by spaghetti westerns went down big in the UK. He won a Grammy award for his last album ‘Jamaican E.T’. Legend. lee-perry.com

Ballet Rambert

Wed 13th - Sat 16th, Theatre Royal Labyrinth of Love, a brand new work by Irish choreographer Marguerite Donlon, is both heart-breaking and humorous. Her Rambert debut is a collaboration with one of America’s most performed contemporary composers, Grammy award-winning Michael Daugherty, and includes designs from the visual artist Mat Collishaw, and set and costume designer Conor Murphy. Sopranos Sarah Gabriel or Kirsty Hopkins will be singing live on-stage. atgtickets.com 8

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Brighton Science Festival Wed 6th Feb - Sun 3rd March, Various Venues Science is important. It isn’t part of life, it IS life! The two themes this year are communication and DNA. The first two weekends covers half term so for kids some with some without parents depending on age. The next week is all about the science of sex and the last Le Geekend gets a little spooky! Full details from the website: brightonscience.com

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Brighton Half Marathon

Now that Christmas, New Years and that week in between where the country is in a state of confused lull is all over, it’s time to get to know the new year. February brings with it plenty of dazzling performances, including a show by the London Philharmonic Orchestra in the Dome, so say goodbye to the January blues for good and remember this will be as good as the last!

Sun 17th, Brighton The 23rd year of one of the largest running events in the South East will be hitting Brighton again this month. With over 10,000 runners, a wealth of history and all for good causes, Brighton’s Half Marathon is sure to be another success this year. Also featuring youth races for aspiring runners, let’s just hope the weather remains nice for the runners’ sake! brightonhalfmarathon.com

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Circus of Horrors

Boogie Nights

Mon 4th, Theatre Royal For lovers of the alternative, Britain’s most infamous and celebrated circus is rolling into the Theatre Royal this month. 17 years after its conception, this circus still manages to frighten and shock as much as it did back then, with a brand new show being put on this year that promises much of the familiar bizarre and shocking carnival atmosphere. circusofhorrors.co.uk

Sun 17th, Brighton Centre The extremely popular 70s musical is being reimagined with an all-star cast including The Osmonds, Gareth Gates and Chico, among many others and a cast of 15 other singers, dancers and musicians. Featuring a plethora of hits from ‘Boogie Wonderland’ and ‘I Will Survive’ to ‘Disco Inferno’ and ‘We Are Family’, this promises to be the biggest and best Boogie Night ever. brightoncentre.co.uk

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32 Paintings

Sat 9th Feb – Sun 24th March, Phoenix Brighton Curated by Patrick O’Donnell and Nicholas Pace, this exhibition hopes to raise debate over the relevance of painting in the current climate as well as showcasing multiple artists and painting styles. There will also be multiple events running alongside the exhibition, including painting performances, symposiums and workshops, set alongside studio tours promising to give greater insight into the work. phoenixbrighton.org

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Wed 20th, The Old Market Praised by The Guardian for his original take on stand-up, Simon’s newest performance sees him create a mixture of music, stand up and animation. Having appeared on Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle and many other TV shows, as well as having been nominated for multiple comedy awards, there has never been a better time to see this unique comedian in person. theoldmarket. com/simon-munnery-fylm-makker

Brighton Dome’s Valentine’s Ball

Robert Newman’s Theory of Evolution: Work in Progress

Thu 14th, Brighton Dome Need somewhere to take a loved one to dazzle? The annual Valentine’s Ball will provide the venue, with music supplied by The Berkeley Square Society Band, a 10 piece ready to play classic ballroom dance tracks. If you’re moves aren’t so slick, there’s also a dance workshop before the Ball, so there’s no excuse not to impress this Valentine’s Day! brightondome.orgevent

Sun 24th, Komedia Want to have a direct impact on the stand-up routine of one of Britain’s brightest comedy stars? Robert Newman brings to the stage not a complete or polished routine, but instead a collection of anecdotes and jokes he hopes will form his upcoming tour of Great Britain, making any participants the first to see the new material! komediabrighton. ticketsolve.com

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6th Feb to 4th March: Brighton Science Festival full info: brightonscience.com

alibi 1st: The Comedy Cooler 8.30pm £4

the basement To 10th March: Frenchmottershead £f

brighton centre 22nd - 24th: Modelworld 2013 10pm £8.50 - 5.50

brighton dome To 2nd: Miss Saigon - schools edition 7.30pm £19.50 - 14 1st: First Fridays 5pm £f 2nd: London Philharmonic Orchestra £10 - 32.50 5th: Jerry Sandowitz 8pm £18.50 9th: Britten Sinfonia At Lunch 1pm £12 Brazilian Carnival Party 5pm £8/10 10th: Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra 2.45pm £9 - 32 12th: Sussex Salon Series: What is the Effect Of The 50 Shades Phenomenon? 8pm £6.50 13th to 16th: Heartfelt 14th: Illusions By Ivan Viripaev 7.30pm £12 Valentines Ball 7pm £5 15th: The Beast 9pm £9 Lovesong 7pm £9 15th & 16th: Les Ballets Trockadero De Monte Carlo 2013 7.30pm £27.50 - 12.50

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17th: Bennewitz Quartet 11am £17.50 18th: The Enormous Turnip 1pm & 3.30pm £8/6 23rd: Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra 7.30pm £10 - 27.50 Telling Tales £4

the brunswick 19th: Rattle Tales 8pm £4 24th: Brighton Craft Alliance 12pm £f 27th: Comedy Charity Fundraiser 8pm £tbc

caroline of brunswick 4th: Moviebar 7.30pm 5th: Giraffe Comedy 7.30pm £5 8th: Funny Girls 8pm £5/4 12th: Skeptics In The Pub 8pm £2 13th: Funny Ha-Ha! 8pm £5

community arts centre 9th: Chin Ease Whisp Ears 7pm

greyhound stadium 14th: Valentines Day at Brighton & Hove Dogs £35/27.50

the hope 25th: Hi Zero! Poetry 7.30pm £4

hove centre 28th to 2nd March: 23rd Sussex Beer & Cider Festival 11am £8 - 3

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hove promenade 13th: Pebble Dash

iron duke 1st & 8th: 12 Step Comedy Night £5 1st & 2nd: Wellington 8pm £8 9th: A Comedy of Careers 8pm £5 15th: Stanza and Deliver Poetry Slam 8pm £3/4.50

komedia 1st: Maydays - Confessions 8pm £10/8 3rd: Bent Double 7.30pm £10.50/8.50/5 Katherine Ryan: Nature’s Candy 7.30pm £12/10 7th: Hammer & Tongue 7.30pm £5 9th: Comedy Club 4 Kids 2pm £8.50/6.50 10th: WitTank 8pm £12 13th: Same Sex Speed Dating 8pm £20 14th: Straight Speed Dating 8pm £20/25 The Noise Next Door: Alternative Valentine’s Day Comedy Lock In 8pm £15/12 15th: Luke Wright: Your New Favourite Poet 8pm £10/7 17th: myminidisco 2pm £8 Shazia Mirza: Cockooland! 8pm £12 21st: The Humble Quest For Universal Genius 8pm £9/7 23rd: Funny Women: Brighton Nights 8pm £10/8 24th: Sundae Club 10.30am £8.50/6.50 24th: Robert Newman’s Theory of

Evolution: Work in Progress 8pm £10 28th: Comic Boom 8pm £9/7/5 Fosters Krater Comedy Club 1st & 2nd: Geoff Norcott, Dan Nightingale, Benny Boot (Fri only), Danny Deegan (Sat only) & Simon Fielder (Sat only), MC Erich McElroy. 8th-10th: Ninia Benjamin, Jimmy McGhie, Dave Longley (Fri & Sat only), Rory O’Hanlon (Sun only), Jamie Bowen (Sun only) MC Stephen Grant. 15th-17th: Josh Howie, Jason Patterson, Kerry Goldiman (Fri & Sat only), Ben Van der Velde (Sun only), Ingrid Dahl (Sun only) MC Stephen Grant. 22nd - 24th: The Noise Next Door, Simon Evans, Dave Johns (Fri & Sat only), Liam Williams (Sun only) MC Stephen Grant. Fri 8pm £25.50(meal deal) £16.50/£13.50 Sat 7pm £29 (meal deal)/£22 Sat 10.30pm £13.50 (meal deal) £10/£9/£5 Sun 8pm £21 (meal deal) £12/£9/£5

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latest music bar 5th: Action For Happiness 7.30pm £f 6th, 8th, 13th, 20th & 27th: Tango Boot Camp £8 - 3 12th: Charity Chuckle 8pm £8/5 13th: Grannys Gone Wild 8pm £tbc 14th: Kinky Catalyst Club 8pm £5 16th: Sirens 9pm £7/5 19th: Cafe Scientifique 8pm £f 22nd: Amy In The Winehouse £tbc The Treason Show £tbc 24th: Brighton Twisted market 12pm £5 28th: Happy Catalyst Club £tbc

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lighthouse 7th: Lighthouse Monthly Talk - Adam Rutherford 7pm 14th - 16th, 21st - 23rd & 28th: David Blandy Artist-in-Residence & Open Studio 21st: Pecha Kucha Night 7pm 23rd: Edo Wonderpark Hack Day 11am 26th: David Blandy, Inko & Daniel Locke Talk & Roundtable 7pm £f

madiera drive 17th: Brighton Half Marathon

marlborough theatre 2nd: The Steampunk Hidden Library 8pm £10 9th: To Come Out, Or Not To Come Out? 7.30pm £7/6 11th: Fresh Air: Looking For Love 7.30pm £10/9/8 15th: Lorraine Bowen Meets Barbara Moore 8pm £8/6 16th: Shakespeare Unbound 7.30pm £8/6 23rd: Suitcase Circus 2pm £6.50/5.50 Professor Elemental Presents: This is My Horse (Show Me Yours) 8pm £8/6

new venture theatre 23rd - 2nd March: How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found by Fin Kennedy 7.45pm (except 25th & 1st), 2.30pm (24th) £10 - 7

north laine 11th: Sheep Stewards Comedy Night 7.45pm £f

pavilion theatre To 3rd March: Alternative Adult Panto – Jack and His Big-Stalk

phoenix gallery 9th to 24th March: 32 Paintings 11am (Weds to Sun) £f

the quadrant Saturdays: The Laughing Horse Big Saturday Night Comedy Show 8.30pm £7/6 3rd: Save The Children Charity Comedy Night 7.30pm £5 14th: Fosters Comedy Crack Up Featuring Gareth Richards 7.30pm £5/4 21st: Regional Dialect Spoken Word Night 7.30pm £4 28th: Funny Side Up 8pm £f

rendezvous casino 8th: Rotary Club Dementia Fundraiser £25

sticky mike’s frog bar 19th: Filthy Sticky Stand-Up 8pm £7/6

theatre royal 1st: The Rat Pack Is Back 7.30pm £18.50/19.50

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2nd: Milton Jones: On The Road 7.30pm £21 4th: The Circus of Horrors 7.30pm £16 - 26 5th: Ellen Kent’s Tosca 7.45pm £15 - 39.50 6th: Ellen Kent’s Carmen 7.45pm £15 - 39.50 7th: Big Cheer for Amaze! with Phil Jupitus 7.45pm £20.50 8th: Beyond The Barricades 7.45pm £18-20 9th: Sing-A-Long-A Grease 7.45pm £15.50 13th: Rambert Dance Company: Labyrinth of Love Tour 7.30pm £11-28 17th: Pam Ann: Around The World 8pm £20-26 18th: Yamato Drummers 7.45pm £15-31.50 19th-23rd: Goodnight Mister Tom 1pm & 7pm £10 - 28.50 26th-2nd March: Maurice’s Jubilee 2.30pm & 7.45pm £10- 35

the old market 5th: Miniclick: Matt Stuart 6.30pm £f 6th: Open Spoken Word 7.30pm £f 7th: Shorts & Sweets Book Club 7.30pm £f 8th: Robin Ince’s Dirty Book Club 8pm £9/6 13th: In Conversation with Tracey Thorn 7.30pm £10

14th: Laughtermarket: The Valentine Special 8pm £6 19th: The Drawing Circus Presents: Hearts and Lines 7pm £5 20th: Simon Munnery: Fylm Makker 8pm £12/10 23rd: Lee Hurst: Too Scared to Leave the House 8pm £15/12 24th: Spun Glass Theatre: Scratch Sessions 3pm £1

three & ten 1st: The Dog Eared Collective: You’re Amazing (Now Look At Me) 8pm £8.50/7 6th: Chris Turner & Adam Hess 7.30pm £6.50/5.50 7th: Lloyd Langford: New Stuff 8pm £5.50/4.50 8th: Improvised Double-Bill: Katy & Rach / The Hee-Ha’s 7.30pm £10/9 9th: Rob Auton: The Yellow Show 8pm £8.50/6.50 12th: Racing Minds present Aaand Now For Something Completely Improvised 7.30pm £8.50/7 20th: Naz Osmanoglu: Ottoman Without an Empire 8pm £8.50/7 22nd: Rabbit In The Headlights 8pm £6.50/5.50

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Modern British

Now firmly into 2013 I would suggest to you to try something new this year in all aspects of your life, food being one of the most important each day. So whether you are thinking what to eat for breakfast (can’t go wrong with a Buddies) or lunch (sample Pop Pie Greek pastries. Yum!) or celebrate Valentine’s make sure you go somewhere you have not been before. Be adventurous.

Earth & Stars 46 Windsor Street. 01273 722879 www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/earth-and-stars earth-and-stars @earthstars_btn Sun-Thur 12am-12pm. Fri-Sat 12am-1am Known as one of Brighton’s most environmentally friendly pubs. With solar panels on the roof and lots of local products we pride ourselves with good locally sourced and free-range food, as well as a range of local ales, lagers and ciders. Many of our products are also organic and vegan.

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4 East Street, Brighton. 01273 777505. www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/fishbowl fishbowlbrighton Mon-Sun 12 noon-8pm Serving some of the best Fish & Chips around, we’ve extended the concept to include a range of flavoured batters, vegetarian and cultural twists on this British Classic. “The flavours were phenomenal while the batter was gorgeously light and crispy.” (Shop-watch review) Quote: “What’s On” for 20% food discount.

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Waterhouse Restaurant Hilton Brighton Metropole, Kings Road. 01273 775432. hiltonbrightonmet www.hilton.com/brightonmet @BrightonMet Mon-Sun 6.30pm-9.30pm At the popular Waterhouse Restaurant, diners can experience modern cuisine combined with unrivalled sea views along the Kings Road in Brighton. Our Executive Chef has designed a menu which is both innovative as it is dynamic; the menu features the freshest organic, seasonal and locally sourced produce.

24 Hour Buddies 46-48 Kings Road, Brighton. 01273 323600 buddies.brighton www.buddies24hour.net Open 24 hours 7 days a week. Renowned for good food, friendly service and a varied menu. Buddies is open 24 hours. It boasts a panoramic view of beach life and is close to all major city venues. Select from all day brakfasts to pasta, pizza and steaks. 2 for 1 offer available on pasta or cheapest pizza free.

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Café Tière 117 St. James’s Street, Brighton. 01273 965986. CafeTiere @cafe_tiere Mon-Tues, Thurs-Fri 8.30am-5pm. Wed 8.30am-3pm. Sat 9.30am-5pm. Sun 9.30am-4pm New independent coffee/ tea house serving the fantastic bristot coffee and luxury flavoured teas. Fresh food served daily – eat in or take away. LGBT friendly. Quote: “What’s On” for 10% discount.

French Hotel Du Vin Ship Street, Brighton. 01273718588. www.hotelduvin.com hdv.brand @HotelduVinBrand Lunch: Mon-Fri 12 noon-2pm. Sat 12.30pm-2pm. Sun 12.30pm-2.30pm. Dinner: Sun-Thur 7pm-10pm. Fri-Sat : 6pm-10.30pm For a classy yet informal lunch or dinner at the Bistro Du Vin, try a dry-aged steak off the a la carte menu or sample the dinner menu for fine French fusion dishes. With a great wine list available at any time our dessert menu also suggests wine or digestif pairings. Daily offer for people booking and quoting; Quote: “What’s On Guide” for complimentary coffee (up to 4 guests).

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Brighton’s first and only shop to bake traditional and modern handmade Greek pies and pastries on the premises! Start the day with a sweet cream pie (bougatsa) for only £2.30 or a savoury, classic spinach and feta cheese pie (spanakopita) for £2.40. When a lunch break finally arrives, a hot cheese burger pastry or a fresh double sausage roll with béchamel and gouda cheese will be waiting for you. Enjoy the friendly environment with a cup of tea or coffee any time of day. We guarantee to combine quality and quantity (these are Greek portions) at the lowest prices. Don’t forget ... You drop by, we Pop-Pie! Quote “What’s On” for a free coffee with your pie.

Japanese Moshimo Bartholomew Square. Brighton. 01273 719195. www.moshibrighton.co.uk MoshiBrighton @moshimobrighton Mon-Sun 12 noon-10.30pm Moshimo has an almost fanatical following in Brighton. Its sushi is fantastic, the service great - and it has won a brace of awards for its work in fish conservation. If you’re not yet a Moshi member, you’re missing out: the 50% Moshi Mondays & Tuesdays are a phenomenon.

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Greco Taverna 135 King’s Road, Brighton. 01273 321888. Greco-Taverna Mon-Sun 8pm-10.30pm A wonderful new Greek Taverna on Brighton seafront with friendly service and spectacular traditional dishes. Also serving the best Gyros in town.

Olé Olé 42 Meeting House Lane, Brighton. 01273 739939 ole-ole @OleOle_Tapas www.oleoletapas.co.uk Tues-Thur 12 noon-11pm. Fri-Sat 12 noon-12pm. An authentic Spanish dining experience with décor to match. Offering a large selection of tapas, chef‘s specials, daily baked bread, olives that are marinated on site and Spanish desserts. There is an extensive wine selection and a homemade sangria which is punchy and festive. Live Flamenco Thursday to Saturday!

Indian Indian Summer 69 East Street, Brighton. 01273 711001 www.indian-summer.org.uk Indian-Summer @indiansummer108 Mon 6pm-10.30pm. Tues-Sat 12 noon-3pm, 6pm-10.30pm. Sun 12 noon-3pm, 6pm-10pm. A careful mix of highly trained chefs, dedicated and friendly service, the finest well-sourced, seasonal ingredients and beautiful surroundings has made the restaurant a firm favourite for locals and visitors alike. Leave your preconceptions at the door and come and sample our delights for yourself.

Thai Siam Siam 73-74 Preston St. Brighton. 01273 757424. @SiamSiam73 www.siamsiambrighton.co.uk Tues-Sun 12 noon-11pm Siam Siam Thai restaurant is a true family run restaurant located on Preston Street, a popular area of Brighton for diners. After many requests from our customers at Mair Kim’s Thai Takeaway in Hove we have opened our restaurant serving our favorite traditional Thai dishes.

Italian Leonardo Restaurant 55 Church Road, Hove. 01273 328888 leonardorestaurant www.leonardo-restaurant.co.uk Mon-Sun 12 noon-11pm. Still surprising diners after 17 years with its strict code of using the freshest ingredients and authentic recipes from the old country. With the occasional modern twist Leonardo’s is the ideal restaurant to enjoy a romantic dinner, birthday celebration or just to have meal when you don’t wish to cook. 18

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7 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton. Tel: 01273 326741 www.alduomo.co.uk Al-Duomo-Italian-Restaurant @al_duomo Daily 10am-11pm [food from 11.30am] Centrally located by the Pavilion, Al Duomo is one of Brighton’s most popular longest established Italian restaurants, offering a warm, friendly Italian atmosphere with authentic Italian restaurant food. The restaurant, bar and coffee shop is open 363 days a year. Free Wi-Fi.

25 Church Street, Brighton. 01273 206294. www.pop-pie.co.uk PopPieUK Mon-Fri 7am-7pm. Sat 9am-7pm. Sun 10am-6pm.

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Wreck–It Ralph

The Christmas blockbusters are finally giving way to a whole slew of interesting releases in cinemas this month. David Cronenberg’s son, Brandon, unleashes ‘Antiviral’ (1st), ‘Warm Bodies’ (8th) sees a zombie fall in love with the girlfriend of one of his victims and the Wachowski brothers return for ‘Cloud Atlas’ (22nd) starring Tom Hanks and Halle Berry. ‘Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters’ (22nd) also looks a whole lot of fun.

Fri 8th, In Cinemas Ever wondered what your favourite video game characters get up to when you’re not manipulating them? This latest from Disney is an homage to the games of old as a villain who wants to be a hero brings havoc to the arcade where he lives. Kids will love it and parents will be filled with nostalgia at the Pac Man and Street Fighter cameos.

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Grave Encounters 2 Mon 4th, On DVD

The original film saw reporter Lance Pearson (Sean Rogerson) and his crew getting more than they bargained for whilst filming the latest episode of their paranormal reality show ‘Grave Encounters’ in the abandoned Collingwood Psychiatric Hospital. The sequel starts with film student Alex Wright (Richard Harmon) anonymously receiving some unseen footage of Pearson which, after further research, makes him believe that it may not have been a work of fiction after all. He then sets out, with the help of his friends, to make his own documentary and uncover the truth. ‘Grave Encounters 2’ takes the whole myth surrounding the found footage genre and pushes it to the limit. Acknowledging that the film exists in the real world makes for a nice post modernistic take on the often carbon copy sequel formula but the added narrative only seems to detract from the scare factor. The most effective frights come before the crew reach their final destination, courtesy of some 20

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A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman Fri 8th, In Cinemas Python stalwart Graham Chapman died in 1989 but he recorded himself reading his book, ‘A Liars Autobiography’ before he did and this form the basis for this animated tale. John Cleese, Terry Jones, Michael Palin and Terry Gilliam appear alongside Chapman for the first time in twenty three years in possibly the oddest release this month.

Hitchcock Fri 8th, In Cinemas Everyone knows Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense but little is known about his wife, Alma Reville, who he listened to more than the studios. In a great piece of casting, Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren star in this love story set during the filming of ‘Psycho’ in 1959. Scarlett Johansson takes on Janet Leigh while James D’Arcy, fresh from ‘Cloud Atlas’ plays Anthony Perkins.

A Good Day To Die Hard Thurs 14th, In Cinemas The first ‘Die Hard’ was a master class in how to make an action movie but the subsequent films in the series, although highly enjoyable, have never quite lived up to it. Bruce Willis returns for a fifth instalment but will a trip to Russia and the addition of Jai Courtney as his son make for another thrilling roller coaster ride?

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The Enormous Turnip

February is for…. spending time with the kids so enjoy time together! Don’t forget we also have a half term but fear not, there’s plenty to do. Little Mix are in Brighton, Model World is back (where did that year go) and there’s even a Science Fiction film school for budding moviemakers. Not forgetting Chinese New Year. It’s the year of the snake by the way. Gung Hay Fat Choy

Mon 18th 1pm /3.30pm, Corn Exchange Mr and Mrs Chickweed live on their allotment surrounded by vegetables. But they can’t resist planting one more seed and as their turnip grows it threatens their tiny house with disaster! Can anyone pull up their turnip? This re-potted version of the famous children’s story is brought to life in the half term with puppetry, live music and unswerving energy. brightondome.org

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Chinese New Year Celebrations

Goodnight Mister Tom

Sun 3rd 12:00- 4pm, Hove Town Hall Why not join in an afternoon of family fun that will enlighten you and the kids about the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year takes place 10th February and It’s the year of the snake! Activities include Chinese stage performance, exhibitions, language class, Chinese arts and crafts, food stalls and raffle draws. Contribution £3.00 (children under 12 free). hovecentre.co.uk

Tues 19th - Sat 23rd, Theatre Royal Set during the dark and dangerous build up to the Second World War, Goodnight Mister Tom follows William Beech, who is evacuated to the idyllic English countryside and builds a friendship with the elderly recluse Tom Oakley. All seems perfect until William is summoned by his mother back to London. Based on the classic novel that celebrates its 30th anniversary this year! atgtickets.com

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Science Fiction Filmmaking Course For Kids

Sat 9th Feb, Theatre Royal If like me you can remember the entire repertoire of the Grease sound track word for word why not indulge in some time with your teenagers and have some fun yourself at this production of Sing-a-long-a Grease. Fancy dress is strongly encouraged and full audience participation essential. Don those pink jackets ladies, grease up those quiffs lads and remember Grease is the word. atgtickets.com

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Thurs 21st - Fri 22nd, Under The Bridge Studios Bite Size Movies invites all budding Steven Spielbergs to take part in their ‘genre’ based kids film-making course. Kids get to create a short science fiction film and learn about scripting, story boarding and special effects, with the mission in mind to produce a short film and screen it at the Duke of York’s Cinema. How Cool. bitesizemovies.org.uk

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Fri 15th Feb, Brighton Centre Taking in 18 venues across the UK, the tour includes a performance at The Brighton Centre this February. With the UK’s music scene in need of a fresh-faced, exciting girl band, Little Mix are blessed with the tunes and the personalities to stake their claim as the most thrilling prospect in chart music right now. UNDER 12s MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. brightoncentre.co.uk

Fri 22nd - Sun 24th, Brighton Centre A favourite with the boys, this promises to showcase some fantastic models. To wet your appetite I can confirm railways, model and miniature, large and small, aeroplanes, static and flying will be in the new ‘Flying Hall’. Daleks and Dr. Who exhibits and the popular Antweight Robots will also be there. A great day out for boys and their and Daddies. brightoncentre.co.uk

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Albion have had a fantastic start to 2013, with visits from Premier League opposition Newcastle and Arsenal in the FA Cup and the exciting start to the year continues as the Amex hosts three Championship fixtures during February. Remember tickets are available via www.seagulls.co.uk. If you are an Albion fan or just a visitor to the city there is plenty to do on a non-matchday, including visiting Dick’s Bar and Coffee Shop, taking a tour or booking a Sunday lunch in one of our stunning hospitality lounges.

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City College @ East Central Brasserie Lunch-12pm Until 1pm, Monday To Friday (Term Time Only) The Amex is host to a training restaurant for City College, known as ‘City College @ East Central Brasserie’, and the restaurant is open to the public on week days. City College @ East Central Brasserie is open for lunch between 12pm and 1pm Monday to Friday during term time. It caters for over 100 covers and gives students the opportunity to train towards delivering an express lunch service - allowing busy customers to be in and out within 30

minutes on their lunch break. The menu varies from day to day, but features high-quality twocourse meals for just £9.50 and three courses for £11.50. Examples of dishes prepared by the students include roasted beetroot and goats cheese crostini, and chargrilled chicken thigh on crostini with olive tapenade, while traditional favourites such as a quarter-pound burger with Sussex cheese and wedges are also available.

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former chairman Dick Knight. Public tours run on Mondays (3pm & 6pm), Thursdays (10am, 1pm, 3pm & 6pm) and Sundays (12pm & 3pm) and last approximately two hours. There is a maximum of 15 people on each Tours Commence From The West tour. Prices are £10 for adults, £5 for Stand Reception & Incorporate: over-65s and under-18s. • Hospitality lounges • Art displays in the North, East, West Bookings & Enquiries Should Be Made By Either: upper and West lower concourses • Online at: • Trophy room and directors’ lounge www.seagulls.talent-sport.co.uk • Changing complex and press lounge • Visiting the ticket office at Queens • Dug outs Road or the Amex The tour ends with a stop-off at Dick’s • Via the Customer Services team Bar and Coffee Shop for a chance to on 0845 8730251 or email grab a drink and snack whilst viewing stadiumtours@bhafc.co.uk artwork which pays tribute to Albion’s Take some time out to visit the truly spectacular American Express Community Stadium, home of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club.

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If you don’t want to revel in the schmaltz and pink mist of Valentine’s it’s the best date to have a duvet day and night. Before you know it it’s gone! But if you’re planning on taking that special person out or maybe a potential new love here are some bars that I think are good for wooing! Now I bet you didn’t think I’d ever say that did you?!

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Earth & Stars 86 Windsor Street, 01273 722879 I walk into this bar and I smile without fail. Situated in the North Laines and tucked away just enough to be a little piece of calm in the storm. The rustic wooden furniture is a perfect compliment to their organic beers, ciders and food. They will have a menu featuring Valentine’s specials and there’s no television to disturb the romance.

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Caroline of Brunswick 39 Ditchling Road, 01273 624434 This should be high on your pubs of choice. Its alternative crowd are welcoming so well worth the visit particularly as they’ve got a brand new chef with a new food menu. They are known for great comedy and the brilliant On The Sofa With … night when you are entertained by a visiting celebrity. Even Goths snuggle up you know!.

Kings Road, 01273 775432 If you want elegance and decadent charm to accompany your romancing then The Waterhouse Bar is the venue for you. Relax on the Victorian sea-facing terrace enjoying some quality time whilst indulging your squeeze over their very special Valentine Tea. Not too much canoodling though – you don’t want someone to tell you to “get a room”! But then again …

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101 St James Street, 01273 673891 The chilled out atmosphere inside and the garden with individual art and decoration makes it great for girls lunches, coffee for mums and kids, business meetings or late night with your mates. The staff are lovely and indulgent but the chef is creating a special Valentine’s 5 course sharer menu including bubbles and a choice of one of their finer wines. Yum.

11 Boyces Street, 01273 325850 The dark corners of the Fiddler’s are made for romance. Great food, delightful friendly staff and of course quality drinks. They’ve lined up a great live acoustic set for Valentine’s Day. Singer Will Mavin is a local guy who has been compared to Damien Rice. So make sure you and your valentine are there by 8.30pm or you’ll miss the start!

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barlife Ancient Mariner 15th: Blue Valentine Party 8pm £f Above Audio Home The Black Dove 1st: Hot-Tip Hi-Fi 8th: Mo Taters 8pm £f Black Lion 1st & 15th: Soul Casserole 8th: Medium Rare 22nd: Stop Go! 9pm £f Caroline Of Brunswick 1st: Funk The 80’s 15th: Thats a Hoe Down 9pm £f Doctor Brightons Funky Friday 9.30pm £f Duke Of Norfolk DJ Cashback 9pm £f Fiddlers Elbow TFI Friday 8pm £f Fishbowl 1st: Keep It Wheel 8th: Jeff Daniels 15th: Cut La Vis 22nd: This Is Tomorrow 9pm £f Freemasons People’s Playlist 9pm £f Fountain Head 1st: Soulshyne 9pm £f The Globe The Get Down! 9pm £f The Hampton Dads Old Vinyl 8.30pm £f Hop Poles 1st & 15th: Electric Playboys 8th & 22nd: Control ALT Delete 9.30pm £f The Hope 1st: DJ Emmy 8th: The Goodness 15th: Will Sumsuch 22nd: DJ Asbest 9pm £f Mucky Duck 1st: Teenage Wasteland 8th: Gold Chains No Brains 15th: Fenus In Vurs 22nd: Hot Tip Hi Fi 8pm £f Mesmerist Shake, Holla & Roll 9pm £f North Laine 1st: Medium Rare v DJ MP45 8th & 22nd: Soul Casserole 15th: DJ Blackbeltjonez 9pm £f Prince Albert 1st: Bend Over I’ll Drive 8.30pm £f Sidewinder DJs 8pm £f Thomas Kemp 1st: DJ Moler 8th: Hot Tip Hi Fi 15th: DJ Lamp’s Eclectic Chair 22nd: Hot Tamales 9pm £f White Rabbit 1st & 15th: Capsun 8th & 22nd: DJ Ruff Snippets 9pm £f

saturdays Above Audio Above Warehouse The Black Dove 9th: The Chop Sauce 8pm £f Black Lion 2nd: Attic Monkeys vs Molly Malone’s Dex In The City 9th & 23rd: Burnt Toast 16th: Attic Monkeys vs Stop Go! 9pm £f Caroline of Brunswick 9th: All My Friends 23rd: Rock Karaoke 9pm £f

Doctor Brightons Sexy Saturday 9.30pm £f Duke of Norfolk 16th: Motown, Funk & Soul Night 9pm £f Fiddlers Elbow Saturday Sizzlers 9pm £f Fishbowl 2nd: Gareth Stephens 9th: Whats Wrong With Groovin’? 16th: DJ Abo & Ally Smith 23rd: Daddy Marcus 9pm £f Freemasons Sat Night Disc Spinners 9pm £f The Globe 2nd & 23rd: DJs 9th: Kinfolk 16th: BOYF 9pm £f Hop Poles 2nd & 16th: Knead A Break 9th & 23rd: Hop To The Beat 9.30pm £f The Hope 2nd: Soul Casserole 9th: Exhibit 16th: The E.M.E + DJ J-Felix 23rd: DJ Machall 9pm £f The Mesmerist Juke Joint Jamboree 9pm £f Mucky Duck 2nd: Sizzle ‘n’ Pop! 9th: Unhooked Generation 16th: Ross Never Sleeps 23rd: Soul Casserole 9pm £f North Laine 16th: Medium Rare 23rd: DJ Blackbeltjonez 9pm £f The Office 16th: Chop Source 8pm £f Riki Tik Skatadays 9pm £f Saint George’s Inn 2nd: Acoustic Lounge 7pm £f Sidewinder DJs 8pm £f St James Tavern 2nd: Lux Interior/ Cramps 4th Annual Tribute Night 8pm £f Sticky Mikes Frog Bar 23rd: Bitter Disko 9pm £f Thomas Kemp 2nd: DJ Spindo 9th: DJ Mark ‘Gogglez’ MKNY 16th: DJ Greg Gore’s Rock Classics 22nd: DJ Moler & Friends 9pm £f Three Graces 9th: Mark & His Piano 8pm £f Victory 2nd: Up Against It 9th: Soul Custody DJs 16th: Blue Jeynes DJs 23rd: Rob Taylor 9pm £f The West Hill The Rounder Saturday Social 9pm £f White Rabbit 2nd & 16th: Go Go Gorilla 9th & 23rd: Mixer Men DJs 9pm £f

sundays Beaufort Quiz Bingo 9pm £1 Bees Mouth Twin Peaks £f Caroline of Brunswick 3rd: The Geekest Link 8.30pm £1

Doctor Brightons Hangover Therapy 1pm £f Duke of Norfolk Live Music Night 9pm £f Fishbowl Recovery? 9pm £f Fountainhead Reggae & Roast 12pm £f The Globe Handbaked Arcade 9pm £f Mucky Duck Quiz On My Face 7pm £1 Prince George Pub Quiz 8pm £1 Signalman Open Mic 8.15pm £f Thomas Kemp Sunday Afternoon Jazz 3rd: Bags’ Groove 10th & 17th: Le Duo Jazz 24th: Lee Rainbow Hands 9pm £f 24th: Tango Sessions 8pm £f Victory Blues Sundays 12pm £f White Rabbit Hush Hush Live Acoustic Night 8pm £f

mondays Ancient Mariner Quiz Night £1 8pm Bees Mouth Jazz Forum 8.30pm £f Black Lion Monday Club 9pm £f Doctor Brightons Medication Mondays 1pm £f Fiddlers Elbow Top Bananas 8.30pm £f Hop Poles Movie Mashup 8pm £f The Hope The Live Sessions 8pm £f Mesmerist Flash Mob Jazz 9pm £f Signalman Pub Quiz 8pm £1 pp Thomas Kemp Quiz Night 8pm £1 The Victory 25th: Poetry Night 8pm £f

tuesdays Above Audio Cottontail Club Bees Mouth Life Drawing 7.30pm £6 Black Lion Open Mic 9pm £f Caroline of Brunswick Open Mic (Not 5th) 8.30pm £f Doctor Brightons Twisted Tuesdays 1pm Duke Of Norfolk Open Mic 9pm £f Fiddler’s Elbow Quizness 8pm £1 Fountainhead Student Night 8pm £f Freemasons “Fun”ky Quiz 9pm £f 12th: Pancake Eating Competition 8pm The Globe Basement Cinema 8pm £f King and Queen Karaoke 9pm £f Mash Tun 5th & 19th: Seven X Seven 8pm Red Lion General Knowledge/ Music Quiz 8pm £1 Saint George’s Inn 5th & 19th: Pub Quiz 8pm £1 Sidewinder Open Mic 8pm £f Thomas Kemp Poker Night 8pm

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Beaufort Poker Night £5 Bees Mouth Open Mic 8.30pm £f Black Lion Acoustic Showcase 27th: Up To Our Hips 8.30pm £f Blind Tiger 6th: Lethal Quizzle 8pm £1 Doctor Brightons Cocktail Clinic 1pm Duke Of Norfolk Quiz 9pm £1 per p Fishbowl Gareth Stephens 10pm £f 20th & 27th: Shugga Buddha Acoustic Sessions 8pm £f The Globe MOVE Pre Party 9pm £f Iron Duke I Predict A Pop Quiz 8pm £f Mash Tun Mash Tun Live 8pm North Laines Quiz Kong 8pm £1 Sidewinder Movie Night 8pm £f Thomas Kemp Kev & Matt’s Open Mic 8.30pm £f Three Graces Quiz 8pm

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Plan B

Right you filthy mongrels, since you’ll all be getting paid after a penniless January full of leftover turkey, bleak nights and enforced sobriety, I’d say it’s about time you got out and hunted down some top-notch acts to celebrate February. But then again, that’s what I’m here to do - so whether you want punk anarchy, preppy pop, world-weary bliss, world-class jazz, or duty disco, it’s all waiting.

Mon 11th, Brighton Centre You truly haven’t witnessed the brilliance of Plan B until you’ve seen him in full flow live. Benjamin Paul Ballance-Drew has shown he can get crowds swaying with melodic soul or moshing with furiously intellectual hip hop. He’s got the world at his feet, so you’d be a fool to miss one of the UK’s brightest talents in action on your doorstep. time4planb.co.uk

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Tues 5th, Green Door Store If you like dubby disco pop that sounds like it’s been cooked up in your uncle’s basement, look no further than this talented 23-year-old. With tracks like Ruff Trade and California Scheming drifting in and out like a hazy fog of joy, it’ll be a blissful, unforgettable experience, so get ready to swoon and have your brains and hearts melted. soundcloud.com/mariaminerva

The Haunt, Sat 16th Kiwi rockers The Datsuns will be bringing their own brand of hard rock noisiness to our shore, and you’d be damn fools to miss them, as they’re rather bloody good. It’s brash, it’s sexy, and it’s exactly what you need to chase away the last of those pesky winter blues. Just listen to Harmonic Generator and try not to strut - it’s physically impossible. thedatsuns.com

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Thurs 7th, Komedia Well now, if you’re a fan of jazz then you’re in for a treat, as the world-renowned Courtney Pine is in town to delight your ears. The saxophonist is held in high regard in the jazz community, and is credited as “the UK’s most important jazz instrumentalist” by the Observer. If you want to see a true master in action, look no further. courtneypine.co.uk

Mon 18th, Brighton Dome You will have heard of Jake Bugg by now, but this is an excellent chance to catch the 18-year-old before he’s swept up on sell-out stadium tours. The Nottingham singer-songwriter has that uncanny knack for hooks and lyrics - well, songs I guess - and has a huge online following. A retro sound with a contemporary outlook, he’ll be a star. jakebugg.com

The Bronx

I Am Kloot

Fri 8th, Concorde 2 What can you say about The Bronx that hasn’t already been said? They were a fantastic punk band; they were then a fantastic Mariachi band - and now they’re a fantastic punk band all over again. This is punk with a voice, passion, and you don’t want to miss this circle pit for anything. Bring your best gurning face and a fiery belly. thebronxxx.com/bx4

Thurs 21st, St Bartholemews Church This Manchester three-piece are quite simply all you need to get you through life - gorgeous lyrics that are both playful and painful, looping acoustic guitars and hypnotic drums and bass all blend into a big beautiful sound that’s catchy yet also genuine. GIve tracks Proof and The Same Deep Water As Me and I challenge you not to sob and smile. iamkloot.com

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saturday 02 Acoustic Sessions Ancient Mariner 8pm £f King Dude Blind Tiger 7.30pm £6 Harpin’ By The Sea The Brunswick 8pm £8/6 Flayed Disciple Green Door Store 7pm £3 Brighton Rocks 14+ Special The Haunt 8pm £4 Big Brewpub Band North Laine 9pm £f Cable Club Prince Albert 8pm £4 Brighton Rocks Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 8pm £4 Patti Plinko Upstairs at Three and Ten 8pm £9/7.50

sunday 03 Live and Swingin’ Lion The Black Lion 8pm £f Pertti Kurikan Nimipaivat Green Door Store 7pm £tbc Green Door Blues 10pm £f Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Erin McKeown Latest Music Bar 7pm £10/12 The Move-Ons The Mesmerist 9pm £f Two Tin Dogs The Neptune 8.30pm £f Sunday Sessions North Laine 5pm £f Jim Lockey & The Solemn Sun Prince Albert 8pm £6 adv

monday 04 Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Paloma Faith Brighton Centre Punk Vs HardcoreGreen Door Store 7pm £f Andy White The Greys Another Evening With Dan & Benny From Thunder Komedia 8pm £18.50 adv DigiTune Presents Latest Music Bar 8pm £4/3 UMEZ Prince Albert 8pm £4

tuesday 05 Access To Music Blind Tiger 8pm £f Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Noreaga (aka N.O.R.E.) Concorde 2 8pm £10 + bf adv Maria Minerva Green Door Store 7pm £7 SlipJam B The Hope 8.30pm £f Jeffrey Foucault Prince Albert 8pm £9 adv 34

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thursday 07 Language Games Bees Mouth 9pm £f Ladies On The Line The Brunswick 8pm £5/3 Casa Jams Casablanca 10pm £f/2/1 Everything Everything Concorde 2 7.30pm SOLD OUT The Spirit of Gravity Green Door Store 7pm £5 Richard Clarke The Hope 7.30pm £5/4 Courtney Pine Komedia 8pm £18 adv The Fold Latest Music Bar 7pm £4 Steady Man Band The Mesmerist 9pm £f The Three Cajones North Laine 8.30pm £f The Self Help Group Prince Albert 8pm £5 The Dizzy Gillespie Afro Cuban Experience Old Market 8pm £22/20

friday 08 Tankus The Henge Blind Tiger 8pm £f/5 The Tatsmiths The Brunswick 8pm £5/3 The Bronx Concorde 2 7pm £15 adv The 1975 Green Door Store 7.30pm £7 adv Sarah Gillespie Band featuring Kit Downes Komedia 8pm £15/12 Brighton Hellenic Nights Latest Music Bar 8pm £8/6 Organics The Neptune 8.30pm £f Brotherhood Of The Lake Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 7pm £4 adv Pink Narcissus Worlds End 8pm £f

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Express Yourself Caroline of Brunswick 5pm Killer Mike Green Door Store 7pm £8.50 Green Door Blues 10pm £f Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Ruarri Joseph Solo Latest Music Bar 7.30pm £8 Neptune Jazz Quartet The Neptune 8.30pm £f The Somefinks North Laine 5pm £f

monday 11 Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Plan B Brighton Centre Kodaline Green Door Store 7pm £8.50 Boo Hewerdine The Greys London Commands You Latest Music Bar 7.30pm £5/4 More Music Mondays The Neptune 8.30pm £f

tuesday 12 Advance Promotions Audio Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Frightened Rabbit Concorde 2 7pm £12.50 adv Bitter Ruin Komedia 7.30pm £8 adv Rae Morris The Marlborough 8pm £7 adv Fools Knowledge Prince Albert 8pm £4/3

wednesday 13 East Brighton Rhythm Section The Black Lion 8.30pm £f City College Showcase The Brunswick 8pm £tbc Soul Live Casablanca 10pm £f/2/1 Lee Scratch Perry Concorde 2 7.30pm £20 + bf adv Dutch Uncles Green Door Store 7pm £7 Ducie Latest Music Bar 8pm £7/5 Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist 9pm £f The Whim-Whams Mucky Duck 8pm £f Bad Vice Prince Albert 8pm £4

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Lipstick & Picks Bees Mouth 9pm £f Matt Rose & The tin Cup Collective The Black Lion 8.30pm £f United Vibrations Blind Tiger 8pm £tbc Casa Jams Casablanca 10pm £f/2/1 I.D Goes Acoustic Valentine’s Special Iron Duke 8pm £f My Accomplice Green Door Store 7pm £5 Carrivick Sisters and Blair Dunlop The Greys Johnson & The Believers The Mesmerist 9pm £f Grizzly and The Grasshoppers North Laine 8.30pm £f The Zebheads Prince Albert 8pm £4 The Informers Prince of Wales 8pm £f

saturday 09 Porchlight Smoker Ancient Mariner 8pm £f Ben Sarfas Quartet The Brunswick 8pm £7/5 Stay Sick Blind Tiger 9pm £3 Darwin Deez Concorde 2 7.30pm £12 + bf adv DRUGS Green Door Store 7pm £4 One Roots The Hope 7pm £4 adv The Sumerian Kyngs Horse and Groom 8pm £f Van Coer Komedia 7.30pm £donation Big Brewpub Band North Laine 9pm £f Cable Club Prince Albert 8pm £tbc Fairport Convention St Georges Church Brighton Rocks Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 8pm £4 Duke Of Burgandy & Casual Friends Worlds End 8pm £f

sunday 10 Sonic Boom Six Audio Live and Swingin’ Lion The Black Lion 8pm £f The Godfather’s Soul Jazz Village The Brunswick 8pm £8/6 listings deadline 15th feb listings@whatsonguide.co.uk

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livemusic Carnival Collective vs The World Blind Tiger 8pm £f/5 Bobwantshisheadback The Brunswick 8pm £5/3 Little Mix Brighton Centre The Doors Alive Concorde 2 7pm £10 adv The History of Apple Pie Green Door Store 7pm £6.50 Run Young Lovers The Haunt 7pm £5 Rough Chowder The Neptune 8.30pm £f Fred Eaglesmith The Palmiera 7.30pm £9 adv Hagar The Womb Prince Albert 8pm £tbc Brighton Rocks Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 8pm £4 The Midnighters Worlds End 8pm £f

saturday 16 Tracy Sullivan Ancient Mariner 8pm £f Tourist Blind Tiger 7pm £3 adv Smerins Anti-Social Club 10pm £5 School of Rock The Brunswick 2pm £tbc South Coast Soul Review 8pm £6 Outer Church Caroline of Brunswick Modestep Concorde 2 7pm SOLD OUT SOURCE New Music Dome 8pm £4 Noise Night 3 Green Door Store 7pm £f The Datsuns The Haunt 7pm £9 adv Wolf Alice The Hope 8pm £5 Cable Club Prince Albert 8pm Deep Blue Upstairs at Three and Ten 7.30pm £8.50/7 My Heroine Worlds End 8pm £f

sunday 17 Live and Swingin’ Lion The Black Lion 8pm £f Half Hour Hotel Blind Tiger 8pm £f School of Rock The Brunswick 2pm £tbc Brighton Folk 8pm £f Boogie Nights Brighton Centre 6pm £35.50 - 29.50 Gross Magic Green Door Store 5pm £tbc Green Door Blues 10pm £f Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm The Move-Ons The Mesmerist 9pm £f Cate Ferris The Neptune 8.30pm £f Sunday Sessions North Laine 5pm £f John Blek and The Rats Prince Albert 8pm £4/3

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monday 18 Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Jake Bugg Brighton Dome 7pm SOLD OUT The Chapman Family Green Door Store 7pm £5 Pure Love The Haunt 7pm £10 adv Andy Burrows Komedia 7.30pm £10 adv Sin To Survive Prince Albert 8pm £4/3 Some Dark Hollow Extra The Victory 8pm £f

tuesday 19 Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Calexico Brighton Dome 8pm £16 Forseen Green Door Store 7pm £8.50 Hypnotised Prince Albert 8pm £4/3

wednesday 20 East Brighton Rhythm Section The Black Lion 8.30pm £f Milk And Biscuits Blind Tiger 8pm £4/5 Soul Live Casablanca 10pm £f/2/1 Reel Big Fish Concorde 2 7.30pm £14.50 + bf adv Cymbals Green Door Store 7pm £4 Delphic Komedia Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist 9pm £f Arbouretum Prince Albert 8pm £7.50

thursday 21 Echo Sound Agency Audio John Crampton Bees Mouth 9pm £f Dub Organiser Blind Tiger 8pm £f/3 Overhead Wires presents... The Brunswick 8pm £4/3 Casa Jams Casablanca 10pm £f/2/1 Brighton Soundscape Concorde 2 6.30pm £4.50 + bf adv NME Tour 2012 Brighton Dome 7pm £19.10 Cosmo Jarvis Green Door Store 7pm £8 Dean Owens The Greys Loom The Hope 8pm £5 Sneaky Low 5 The Mesmerist 9pm £f Matt Rose & The Tin Cup Collective North Laine 8.30pm £f Doldrums Prince Albert 8pm £6.50 adv Adrian Roye Upstairs at Three & Ten 7.30pm £8.50/7

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friday 22 Asbo Disco Blind Tiger 10pm £5 Candela 7.30pm £3 Lighthouse Brunswick 8pm £8/6 Richard Thompson Brighton Dome 7.30pm £26/22.50 The Red Jacks Funky Fish Club 10pm £f The Great Pretenders The Hope 8pm £4 PAWS Green Door Store 7pm £4 How Things Work Komedia 7.30pm £6.50/4.50 The Porchlight Smoker The Neptune 8.30pm £f Antibang Prince Albert 8pm £5 adv Cloudmakers Trio Verdict 8pm £14/12

saturday 23 Shady Grove Ancient Mariner 8pm £f Real Music Club: Rob Will Benefit Brunswick 8pm £7/6 Jackson and the King Kickers Green Door Store 7.30pm £4 Brighton Unsigned The Hope 8pm £4 They Might Swim Prince Albert 8pm £4/3 Brighton Rocks Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar 8pm £4

sunday 24 Fatality Audio Live and Swingin’ Lion The Black Lion 8pm £f Sam Green Blind Tiger 8pm £f LGBT History Month The Brunswick 8pm £6/5 The Lumineers Concorde 2 SOLD OUT 7pm Herbie Flowers’ Jazz Breakfast Brighton Dome 11am £6.50 Duck Tails Green Door Store 7pm £7 Green Door Blues 10pm £f Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Jez Tonkin The Neptune 8.30pm £f Bluebell Peopellors North Laine 4pm £f Endovien Prince Albert 8pm £4

monday 25 Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Caitlin Rose Green Door Store 7.30pm £10 adv Cathryn Craig and Brian Willoughby The Greys Gerard Starkie & Patrick Duff Latest Music Bar 8pm £6/5 Mike Watt Prince Albert 8pm £7.50 adv

tuesday 26 Live Metal Audio Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer Blind Tiger 7.30pm £13.50 Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Example Brighton Centre 6.30pm £25 adv Darkstar Green Door Store 7pm £tbc Words Without Readers Prince Albert 8pm £7.50 adv

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As usual this month sees a wide and diverse range of events to satiate even the fussiest of club goers. From live electronica through to brand new nights, if you can’t find anything that you want to go to within, then you’re clearly living in the wrong city. The winter blues should be thawing by now so get yourselves out there and experience the best the country has to offer.

Thurs 7th, The Jazz Place Donky Pitch have been responsible for some of most innovative party line ups that Brighton has seen over the last few years. Tonight they team up with Be Nothing for an amazing line up of hip hop driven electronic club music in an intimate environment. Canada’s Ryan Hemsworth headlines alongside Ninja Tune’s Slugabed, Ghost Mutt, Grinel and the Be Nothing DJs. donkypitch.com

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Kemptown Carnival Launch Party

Habitual Fri 1st,The Loft Tonight sees the Habitual night travelling out of London for the first time. From its humble progressive house beginnings the night has morphed into an all encompassing dance music specialist bringing you a journey from the subtlety of Deep House through to the raw energy that is Psy Trance. Sonic Species, Ben Coda and a host of DJs play at the specially transformed venue. habitual.eventwax.com

The Rounder Saturday Social Saturdays, The West Hill One of the most heartbreaking events for Brighton music lovers was the closure of Rounder Records after over forty years of providing vinyl junkies with their fix. The shop may not be there but the legacy continues as familiar faces from behind the counter, Johnny and Steve, take you on a weekly trip of Psych, New Wave, Disco, Funk and Soul. thewesthill.co.uk 38

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Sat 9th, Concorde 2 Kemp Town Carnival is one of Brighton’s largest free community street festival and plans for this year includes over four stages of live bands alongside a host of community performances, choirs, theatre, dance troupes and market stalls. Tonight sees a host of bands and DJs including Carnival Collective and Russ Dewbury raising funds for the event which takes place in June. kemptowncarnival.com

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Sat 2nd, Belushis Below The legendary Deviant has been rocking the alternative club scene for nearly ten years and there’s no sign in the behemoth stopping in the immediate future. DJs Andy Lost and Honcho spin a selection of new and classic rock anthems to a packed out crowd. Requests are encouraged and the drinks are ridiculously cheap so what more could you ask for? Party hard people. deviantclub.co.uk

Sat 16th, Concorde 2 Touring relentlessly in the past year the band has been smashing it at festivals all over the world. The Modestep live show is a beast that has ignited crowds from Reading to Sydney, Las Vegas to Moscow. The band has played to one and a half million people in 2012 alone - making Modestep a truly international act, so grab a ticket while you can. modestep.com

Late Night Lingerie Fri 22nd, Sticky Mikes Frog Bar This is a club night with a difference as it worships at the altar of bands instead of DJs. Tonight’s line up includes Skirts, Birdskulls, Ragweed, Atlantic & Lion and Monucure alongside Sub Bop DJs in the bar. Too many gigs finish really early so this is a chance to get to hear some loud guitars in a club environment. drinkinbrighton.co.uk/ stickymikesfrogbar

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saturday 02 Audio Warehouse Detroit Swindle 11pm £f/5/7 Coalition We Luv: SE7EN Goes To Brighton 11.30pm £6 Concorde 2 RAM Records with Andy C 11pm £11 + bf adv Digital Playroom 11pm-4am £12/10/5 Funky Fish Club Old Skool Saturdays 10pm £5 Green Door Store Sonic Switch 11pm £f Greenhouse Effect King Tafari Love Muzic 11pm £3 Honey Club The Official Honey Club Closing Party with BBC RADIO 1’s DJ DANNY HOWARD 11pm £tbc

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Volks Legion of Bass’ 2nd Birthday 11pm £5

sunday 03 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £5

monday 04 Coalition Trash Mondays £2/3 11pm Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4/£5

tuesday 05 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Green Door Store DONUTS 11pm £f

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Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funky Fish Club Thank Funk It’s Friday! 10.30pm £f Green Door Store Electro Blues 11pm £f Sticky Mikes Frog Bar No Brainer 11pm £f Volks Freak Bazaar 11pm £6/7

saturday 09 Audio Warehouse Tom Flynn 11pm £f/5 Coalition Nightowl with Third 11.30pm £6/8/10

Audio After Dark 10pm £3/4/5 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition CoCo LoCo £1/3/5 10.30pm-3.30am Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Green Door Store Hard Times 11pm £f

Concorde 2 Kemptown Carnival Launch Party 10pm £7 adv Digital Jack Beats 11pm £10 adv Funky Fish Club Old Skool Saturdays 10pm £5 Green Door Store Pop Not Pop 11pm £f Volks Autopsy 10pm £5/7

sunday 10 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £5

monday 11 Coalition Trash Mondays £2/3 11pm Green Door Store Swingers Party 11pm £tbc

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friday 08 Audio Duke Dumont 11pm £5/8/10 Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £2-5

musically motivated SaturdayS thiS month For full info & line up visit www.volksclub.co.uk 2nd Legion of Bass’ 2nd birthday! Commix, Culture Shock. 11pm- 7am 9th autopsy d&B - Black Sun Empire, Kryptic minds. 11pm-5am

16th Frequency d&B - mind Vortex (ram records) neonlight (Lifted) 10Pm - 5am 23rd the mine: dubstep powered by 30K Soundsystem. Genetix (artikal music / Biscuit Factory), Benton (Box Clever / Wheel & deal. 10pm-6am

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tuesday 12 Audio Shut Your Trap 11pm £2/4 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Green Door Store DONUTS 11pm £f

thursday 14 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2/3 Casablanca Casa Jams 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 12pm £2/3/4 Green Door Store Karaoke 11pm £f Volks Roll Through 10pm £2

friday 15 Audio Minimal Kids 11pm £5/8 Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £2-5 Concorde 2 Irie Nation Launch Party 11pm £2 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funky Fish Club Thank Funk It’s Friday! 10.30pm £f Green Door Store Sub Bop 11pm £f

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saturday 16 Audio Warehouse Waze and Odyssey 11pm £f/5 Coalition O>Y>B 11pm £5/7 followed by Blow 3am £5 Digital London Elektricity 11pm £14 + bf adv Funky Fish Club Old Skool Saturdays 10pm £5 Komedia Spellbound 9pm £6/5 Volks Frequency 10pm £2

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monday 18 Coalition Trash Mondays £2/3 11pm Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4/5

tuesday 19 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Green Door Store DONUTS 11pm £f

wednesday 20 Audio After Dark 10pm £3/4/5 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition CoCo LoCo £1/3/5 10.30pm-3.30am Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4

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friday 22 Audio DPM 11pm £5/8 Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £2-5 Concorde 2 Kung Fu with Dr Syntax & The Mouse Outfit 11pm £5/8 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funky Fish Club Thank Funk It’s Friday! 10.30pm £f Green Door Store High Pressure Nights 11pm £f Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar Late Night Lingerie 7pm £3 Volks Simply Vinyl 11pm £5+

saturday 23 Audio Warehouse Ejeca 11pm £f/5 Blind Tiger Prince Fatty 10.30pm £5 Caroline of Brunswick Release The Bats 10pm £2 Coalition Pump Up The Jam 11.30pm £6 Concorde 2 Metalheadz with Goldie 11pm £10 + bf adv Digital Saturday Rox 11pm £5/7

Funky Fish Club Old Skool Saturdays 10pm £5 Green Door Store The Big Itch 11pm £f Komedia Mod For It 11pm £5/4 Volks The Mine 10pm £5+

sunday 24 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £5

monday 25 Coalition Trash Mondays £2/3 11pm Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4/5

tuesday 26 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Green Door Store DONUTS 11pm £f

wednesday 27 Audio After Dark 10pm £3/4/5 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition CoCo LoCo £1/3/5 10.30pm-3.30am Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Green Door Store Hard Times 11pm £f

thursday 28 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2/3 Casablanca Casa Jams 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 12pm £2/3/4 Green Door Store Just Is! 11pm £f Volks Roll Through 10pm £2

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Hotel Pelirocco, 10 Regency Sq [5:K] 01273 327055 Hove Kitchen, Western Rd [E:8] 08712 071917 The Hydrant, 75 London Rd [16:P] 01273 681163 Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St [6:G] 01273 734806 Jive Monkey, 5 Steine St 01273 693599 Jury’s Out, Edward St [8:V] 01273 601148 Keiters, 8 Third Ave 01273 724884 Kendal Arms, 18 Payne Avenue, Hove 01273 329563 King & Queen, 13-17 Marlborough Pl [9:R] 01273 607207 Koba, Western Rd [7:J] 01273 720059 Las Iguanas, 7-8 Jubilee St. [8:R] 01273 573550 Leconfield, 116-117 Edward St [8:U] 01273 687515 The Lecturn, 5 Pelham Terr, Lewes Rd 01273 685258 Legends Bar & Club, 31-34 Marine Pde [5:V] 01273 624462 Lion & Lobster, Silwood St [6:H] 01273 327299 Lion & Unicorn, Sussex St [10:U] 01273 625555 London Unity, Islingword Rd [15:W] 01273 681285 Lord Nelson, Trafalgar St [12:P] 01273 695872 Madam Geisha Bar, 75-79 East St 01273 770847 Marlborough, 4 Princes St [7:T] 01273 570028 Mash Tun, 1 Church St [8:Q] 01273 684951 Mesmerist, 1-3 Prince Albert St [P:6] 01273 328542 Moksha Caffè, 4-5 York Pl [10.S] 01273 248890 Montpelier, Montpelier Pl [9:H] 01273 770916 Mrs. Fitzherberts, New Rd [8:Q] 01273 682401 Mucky Duck, 7-9 Manchester St 01273 601450 The Neptune, Victoria Terr 01273 736390 Noble House Hove, 324 Portland Rd 01273 419657 Norfolk, 113-114 Western Rd [7:G] 01273 733245 The North Laine, 27 Glocester Pl [R:12] 01273 683666 Northern Lights, 6 Little East Street 01273 747096 Oak, St James’ St 01273 699248 Office, Sydney St [12:Q] 01273 609134 OHSO Social, 250a Kings Rd Arches [4:T] 01273 746067 The Old Bank Steak & Ribs Restaurant, 11 Bernard Road 01273 673914 Open House, 146 Springfield Rd 01273 880102 Ouch Bar, 69 Preston St [6:K] 01273 326823 Palace Hotel, Grand Junction Rd [S:4] 01273 202035 Palmeira, 70-71 Cromwell Rd [10:B] 01273 720641 Paris House, 21 Western Rd [7:F] 01273 724195 Penthouse, Phoenix Pl [14:S] 01273 603974 Pond, Gloucester Rd [11:P] 01273 621400 Portland Live, Portland Rd 01273 383840 Prince Albert, Trafalgar St [12:P] 01273 730499 Prince of Wales, Clarence Sq [7:l] 01273 324391 Pub Du Vin, 39 Park Crescent Terr 01273 604993 Pub With No Name, Southover St [13:W] 01273 601419 Pull & Pump, Clarence Gdns [7:1] 01273 328263 PV, 161 Edward St [8:U] 01273 687090 Quadrant, 12-13 Queens Rd [8:O] 01273 733238 Queens Arms, George St [7:U] 01273 696873 Ranelagh Arms, 2-3 High St [6:U] 01273 681634 R-Bar, Marine Parade [5:T] 01273 608133 Red Lion, 1 Hove Pl [7:A] 01273 770034 Regency Tavern, Regency Sq [5:K] 01273 325652 Revolution, 77 West St [5:O] 01273 227592 Reservoir, Howard Rd [16:V] 01273 269728 Riki Tik, 18a Bond St [8:Q] 01273 683844 The Round Georges, 14-15 Sutherland Rd 01273 691833 Rock & Roller, 95 Western Rd 01273 710014 Rock Inn, Rock St 01273 697054 Rosehill Tavern, Rosehill Terr [16:R] 01273 607825 Roundhill, Ditchling Rd [17:S] 01273 697497 Royal Oak, St James St [6:V] 01273 699248 Royal Pavilion Tavern, Castle Sq [6:R] 01273 735819 Royal Sovereign, Preston St [6:J] 01273 323289 Setting Sun, Windmill St 01273 626192 Seven Stars, 27 Ship St [5:P] 01273 258800 Shakespeare’s Head, 1 Chatham Pl [14:K] 01273 329444 Sidewinder, 65 St James S 01273 679927 The Signalman, 76 Ditchling Rise 01273 888651 Smugglers, Ship St [5:P] 01273 328439 Hop Poles, 13 Middle St [5:O] 01273 710444 St Christophers Inn, Pool Valley [5:S] 01273 202035 St George’s Inn, 33 Sudeley St 01273 694265 St James, St James St [6:U] 01273 626696 Stag Inn, Upper Bedford St 01273 609676 Station, Goldstone Villas 01273 733660 Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, 9-12 Middle St [6:O] 01273 749465 Sussex Yeoman, Guildford Rd [12:N] 01273 327985 Synergy, 1 Middle Street 01273 711250 Temple Bar, 122 Western Rd [I:7] 01273 721501 The Terraces, Marine Pde 01273 570526 Thomas Kemp, 8 St George’s Rd 01273 683334 Three Jolly Butchers, 59 North Rd [10:P] 01273 608571

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Three Graces, 168 Portland Rd Three & Ten, 10 Steine St [7:S] Tin Drum, Seven Dials [13:K] Tin Drum, Fiveways Tin Drum, Hove [7:A] Twisted Lemon, 41 Middle St The Verdict, 159 Edward Street Victoria, Richmond Rd Victory, 6 Duke St [6:P] The Walmer, 95 Queens Park Rd Waterhouse Bar, Hilton Metropole, 106-121 Kings Rd [5:L] West Hill, Buckingham Pl [14:L] Western Front, 11 Cranbourne St [7:N] The White Crow, Lewes Rd White Horse, Camelford St White Rabbit, Kensington Grdns [11:Q] Wick Inn, Western Rd [7:C] Windmill, Upper North St [9:K] Worlds End, 60-61 London Rd [16:P] Xuma, 108a Dyke Rd [13:K] Yates, 59 West St. [7:O]

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clubs Al Duomo, Pavillion Buildings [8:O] Alibi, 22 Victortia Terr 01273 733983 Audio, Marine Parade [5:O] 01273 606906 Babylon Lounge, Kingsway 01273 207100 Belushi’s Below, Grand Junction Rd [5:S] 01273 202035 Brighton Coalition, 171-181 Kings Rd Arches [4:P] 01273 726858 Casablanca, Middle St [5:O] 01273 321817 Charles St Club, Marine Pde [5:U] 01273 624091 Club Revenge, 5-7 Marine Pde [5:T] 01273 606064 Concorde 2, Maderia Dr 01273 673311 Cowley Club, 12 London Rd 01273 696104 Digital, 187-193 Kings Rd Arches [4:P] 01273 227767 Funky Fish, Marine Pde [5:V] 07887 946158 Grace, 52 North St [7:Q] 01273 733212 The Green Door Store, Undercroft, Brighton Train Station [O:12] 07894 267053 The Haunt, 10 Pool Valley [S:5] Hed Kandi, 78 West Street 01273 739155 Honeyclub, Kings Rd Arches [3:R] 01273 202807 Jackie O, 135 Kings Rd 07521 117383 Jazz Place, Ship St [5:O] 01273 328439 Legends Bar & Club, 31-34 Marine Pde [5:V] 01273 624462 Life, 159-161 Kings Rd Arches [4:O] 01273 770505 Lo La Lo, East St [5:R] 01273 777904 Micro, 193 Kings Rd Arches 01273 227767 Oceana, West St [5:O] 01273 732627 Proud Cabaret, St Georges Rd 01273 605789 Pussycat Club, 75 Grand Pde [9:S] 01273 689503 Revenge, 32 Old Steine 01273 606064 Royal Pavilion Tavern, Castle Sq [6:R] 01273 735819 The Tube, Kings Rd Arches [4:P] 01273 725541 Volks, Madeira Pl [4:V] 01273 682828

cinemas Cineworld, Brighton Marina 08712 002000 Duke of Yorks, Preston Circus [17:O] picturehouses.co.uk 08707 551228 Odeon, West St [5:O] odeon.co.uk 08712 244007

theatresvenuesshops AM Gallery, 1 Borough St [H:8] 01273 771228 Blank Studios & Gallery, 108 North St, Portslade 07816 577140 Bellis Gallery, 8-9 King’s Rd 01273 747429 Bowlplex, Marina Village 01273 818180 Brighton Body Casting, 7 Ship Street Gdns [P:5] 07961 338045 Brighton Centre, Kings Rd [5:N] 01273 290131 Brighton Dome, Church St [8:R] 01273 709709 Brighton & Hove Albion FC 01273 878288 www.seagulls.co.uk Brighton Toy & Model Museum, 52-55 Trafalgar St [O:12] 01273 749494 Brighton Marina www.brightonmarina.co.uk Brighton Media Centre, 15-17 Middle St 01273 201100 Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion, 4-5 Pavilion Buildings [7:R] 01273 290900 Brighton University Gallery, 58-64 Grand Pde [9:S] 01273 643010 Capers Café, 27 Gardner St [P:9] 01273 675550

Central United Reformed Church, Ventnor Villas 01273 734162 CETLD, Faculty of Arts, University of Brighton, 58-67 Grand Pde 01273 642899 Chapel Royal, North St [7:Q] 01273 328767 Church of the Annunciation, 89 Washington St 01273 681341 Community Base, 113 Queens Rd 01273 234000 Coral Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium, Nevill Road, Hove 01273 204601 Corn Exchange, Church St [9:R] 01273 709709 Dukebox Theatre, 3 Waterloo Street 01273 734806 Freeman Centre, Uni of Sussex 01273 686758 Friends’ Meeting House, Ship St [P:5] 01273 770258 Friese-Greene House Gallery, 15-17 Middle St 0870 416 3299 Grey Area, LGF, 31 Queens Rd [8:O] (Live Performance Space) www.greyareagallery.org G Casino, 9 Grand Junction Rd [R:4] 01273 326514 Hilton Metropole Hotel, 106-121 Kings Rd [5:L] 01273 775432 Hove Museum & Art Gallery, 19 New Church Rd 01273 290200 Iambic Theatre, 38 Gardener Street 01273 572101 Impure Art, 13 Ship St 01273 732246 Ink_D Gallery, 96 North Rd 01273 645299 Jag Gallery, 283a Madiera Dr 01273 604908 Komedia, Gardner St [9:Q] 01273 647100 Latest MusicBar [5:T] 01273 687171 Lucky Voice, 8 Black Lion St 01273 715770 Lust, 43 Gardner S [9:Q] 01273 699344 Marlborough Theatre, Princes St [8:S] 01273 570028 Marwood Café, 52 Ship St [7:P] 01273 382063 Mixology School 01273 277076 Unit 1 Davigdor Mews, Rear of 64 Davigdor Road My Hotel, Jubilee Sq 01273 900300 Nest Gallery, St James St 01273 673426 New Venture Theatre, Bedford Pl [6:I] 01273 746118 Nightingale Theatre, Queens Rd [12:O] 01273 702563 The Old Courtroom, 118 Church St [R:8] 01273 775461 Permanent Gallery, 20 Bedford Pl [6:I] 07919 184417 Phoenix Gallery, 10-14 Waterloo Pl 01273 603700 Preston Manor, Preston Drove 01273 292770 Rendezvous Casino, Marina Village 01273 605602 Ralli Hall, 81 Denmark Villas 01273 202254 Red Roaster, St James St [6:U] 01273 686668 Sallis Benney Theatre, 58-64 Grand Pde [9:S] 01273 643010 She Said, 11-13 Ship St Gdns [6:P] 01273 777811 Skyline Art Gallery, Brighton Marina 0800 5118192 St Andrew’s Church, Waterloo St, Hove St George’s Church, St Georges Rd 01273 673914 St Joseph’s Church Hall, Milton Road 01273 386159 St Mary’s Church, Upper St. James St 01273 698601 St. Luke’s Church, Queen’s Park Rd 01273 688147 The Nightingale Theatre, Above Grand Central, 29-30 Surrey St 01273 709709 Theatre Royal, New Rd [8:Q] 08700 606650 Thistle Brighton, Kings Road 0871 3769041 TOM (The Old Market) 11a Upper Market St 01273 201800 Unitarian Church, New Rd 01273 696022 University Of Brighton Gallery, Grand Pde 01273 643012 Upstairs at Three & Ten, 10 Steine St [7:S] 07786 984900 Yellowave Beach, 299 Madiera Drive 01273 672222 York Place Studios, 28 York PL [13:R] 01273 67475

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barspubs A-Bar, 11-12 Marine Parade 01273 688825 Above Audio, Marine Parade [6:T] 01273 606906 All Bar One, 2-3Pavilion Buildings [7:R] 01273 207593 Ancient Mariner, 59 Rutland Rd, Hove 01273 748595 BEACHiGOGO Bar, 214 Kings Rd Arch. [4:N] 01273 202807 Bar Roque, Marine Parade [5:T] 01273 329202 Barley Mow, St Georges Rd 01273 682259 Basketmakers, Gloucester Rd [11:P] 01273 689006 Bath Arms, Meeting House Lane [7:Q] 01273 731864 Bear, Lewis Rd [17:U] 01273 608565 Beaufort, 175 Queens Park Rd 01273 625429 Bee’s Mouth, Western Rd [7:F] 01273 770083 Bell Pub, 15-17 Belfast St, Hove 01273 770773 Belushi’s Bar, Grand Junction Rd [4:S] 01273 202035 The Black Dove, 74 St James St [T:6] 01273 671119 Black Lion, Black Lion St [5:Q] 01273 711884 Blind Busker, 77 Church Rd 01273 749110 The Blind Tiger, Grand Pde [11:T] 01273 681228 Bohemia, 54-55 Meeting House Lane, 01273 777770 Branch Tavern, 52/53 London Rd [R:14] 01273 606088 The Brighton Blue Note, 63 Church Rd, Hove 07814 052247 Brighton Rocks 6 Rock Place 01273 600550 Brighton Music Hall 126-137a Kings Rd Arches 01273 747287 Bristol Bar, Paston Pl 01273 605687 Brunswick, Holland Rd [6:D] 01273 733984 Bulldog, St James St [6:V] 01273 696996 Caps, 5/6 Western Road Caroline of Brunswick, Ditchling Rd [14:S] 01273 624434 Chequers, Preston St [5:J] 01273 220855 Circus Circus, Preston Circus [17:O] 01273 620026 Cleveland, Cleveland Rd 01273 502396 Coach House, Middle St [6:P] 01273 719000 Cobblers Thumb, 10 New England Rd [16:N] 01273 605636 Conqueror, Lower Market St [6:F] 01273 733513 Constant Service, Islingword Rd [15:W] 01273 607058 Coopers Cask, Farm Rd [8:E] 01273 736945 Cornerstone, Elm Grove [17:V] 01273 691028 The Cornerstone, 1 Church Rd [B:8] 01273 327757 Cosmo, Cosmopolitan Hotel, 29-31 New Steine, Marine Pde [5:V] 01273 682461 Cube, Castle Sq [6:R 01273 770246 Dover Castle, Southover St [16:V] 01273 688276 Druids Arms, Ditchling Rd [16:R] 01273 680596 Druids Head, Brighton Pl [6:Q] 01273 325490 Duke of Norfolk, Western Rd [7:G] 01273 733245 Eagle, Gloucester Rd [11:P] 01273 607765 Earth and Stars, 46 Windsor St [9:O] 01273 722879 Easy Bar, 9-10 Cranbourne St [7:N] 01273 710928 The Eddy, 67a Upper Gloucester Rd 01273 329540 Evening Star, 55-56 Surrey St [12:O] 01273 328931 Everybody Inn, 13 Prince Albert St Exchange, 8 Goldstone St 01273 821677 Farm Tavern, Farm Rd [8:E] 01273 325902 Fiddlers Elbow, 11 Boyces St [6:O] 01273 325850 Fishbowl, 74 East St [5:R] 01273 777505 Foggs, 82 Dyke Rd [K:13] 01273 227495 Fortune of War, 157 Kings Rd Arches [4:N] 01273 205065 Foundry, 13-14 Foundry St [11:P] 01273 697014 Fountain Head, 102 North Rd [10:P] 01273 628091 Freebutt, Phoenix Place [12:T] 01273 603974 Freemasons, 39 Western Rd [7:F] 01273 732043 Geese, 16 Southover St [14:V] 01273 607755 George, 5 Trafalgar St [12:R] 01273 681055 Gladstone, 123 Lewes Rd 01273 620888 Globe, 78 Middle St [6:P] 01273 770685 Golden Cannon, St Georges Rd 01273 607544 Good Companion, 132 Dyke Rd 01273 202062 Grand Central, 29-30 Surrey St [12:O] 01273 329086 Great Eastern, 103 Trafalgar St [12:R] 01273 685681 Greenhouse Effect, 63 Church Rd 01273 204783 Greys, Southover St [13:W] 01273 680734 H Bar, 16 Church Rd, Hove 01273 725890 Hampton, 57 Upper North St [8:K] 01273 731347 Hafeber, Queens Park Rd 01273 679902 Hartington, Whippingham Rd 01273 682874 The Haunt, 10 Pool Valley [S:5] 01273 736618 Heart In Hand, 75 North Rd [P:10] 01273 683320 Hobgoblin, York Pl [14:S] 01273 602519 Hope, 11-12 Queens Rd [9:O] 01273 325793 Horatios Bar, Brighton Pier [2:T] 01273 609361 Horse & Groom, Islingword `Rd 01273 680696

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