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La Cage Aux Folles

Brighton is a city in which there is always something to do and the following months are no exception. With the man who first used the word ‘Reggay’ on record to the whisky soaked sounds of Bellowhead, music fans have plenty to look forward to. On top of that there’s zombie walks, Bill Bailey, and a world famous musical all coming to the city as well in an action packed 2011.

Tues 6th - Sat 10th Sept, Theatre Royal Harvey Fierstein’s touching story of one family’s struggle to stay together is a musical comedy masterpiece. This September ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ will be brought to life by the Brighton Theatre Group in a production that will be funny, fabulous and fantastic all at once. This is a show like no other and one not to be missed. ambassadortickets.com/ Theatre-Royal-Brighton

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Brighton Beer Festival

Toots & The Maytals

Thurs 14th - Sun 17th July, Old Paddling Pool The Brighton Beer Festival has been designed to put the fun back into drinking beer. They’ve sourced over 250 top quality ales, lagers, ciders and stouts from around the world, organised a series of live bands including Dodgy and The Blockheads alongside games, competitions and more. This all fits into a stylish, pop-up venue on Brighton’s seafront. beerfestbrighton.co.uk

Thurs 8th Sept, Brighton Dome Toots Hibbert was the first man to use the word reggae on record. In 1968, along with The Maytals, he released a song titled ‘Do The Reggay’, and the rest, as they say, is history. Toots will be gracing the Dome’s stage this September in what is sure to be a phenomenal show so get in early to buy your tickets. brightondome.org

Shakedown Festival

Bill Bailey

Saturday 17th Sept, Stanmer Park Shakedown festival date has changed but is still in Stanmer Park. It’s now set to be Brighton’s Summer Closing Party. So far confirmed for the new date are: Razorlight, Example, 2 Many DJs, Freemasons, New Young Pony Club and many more, with further acts to be announced soon. All existing tickets can be used for the new date. More info on the website. shakedown.co.uk

Wed 9th Nov, Brighton Centre The bearded (and balding) comedian will be returning to Brighton later this year with his Dandelion Mind tour. Having sold out all his previous shows in the city it is best advised that you get in early to catch a spectacle that will include everything from unlikely anecdotes and rants about Michael Winner to Iranian hip-hop and internet love songs. Laughter guaranteed. brightoncentre.co.uk

Cannibal Corpse

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Frid 2nd Sept, The Hydrant Well know for their party hard lifestyle, Cannibal Corpse are the band for which there is always a drink in one hand and an instrument in the other. Though they seem to continually party this is a band for which the phrase ‘work hard, play hard’ was invented. Catch their brand of old school death metal this September, you won’t regret it. thehydrant.co.uk

Fri 11th Nov, Corn Exchange Watching Bellowhead live is an experience like no other. Their theatrical shows make you feel like you’re in some sort of swashbuckling pirate bar from a long gone era. The eleven piece band play a blend of folk music that takes in such a wide variety of influences there’s simply no room here to list them all. This will be, without a doubt, amazing. brightondome.org

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Richard Herring

Time flies when you’re having fun, and June looks like being all about fun. So get organised and plan what you’re doing this month as it may just disappear before you know it. There are festivals galore, at least one carnival and a fair to explore, a whole lot of cycling going on and fifty fairytales up for auction. It would be a real shame to miss any of it.

Wed 8th, Caroline Of Brunswick Having sorted out religion (Christ on a Bike), politics (Hitler Moustache) and penises (Talking Cock), the star of the award-winning As It Occurs To Me and Radio 4’s Richard Herring Objects seeks to define and destroy love before love destroys him. Again. A familiar face to Fringe stalwarts and TV audiences, if you’ve not seen him live before then do it now. carolineofbrunswick.co.uk

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The Fairytale Auction

Sat 4th, Kemp Town After an absence of three years the spirit of the Kemp Town Carnival has been revived. Great news, as St Georges Road will once again ring with the sound of revellers celebrating the spirit of this vibrant community. With street performances, art exhibitions and a parade to enjoy, it’s the perfect showcase for what makes the heart of Kemp Town so special. kemptowncarnival.com

Wed 8th, Pub du Vin 50 artists from Brighton and Hove have translated their favourite fairytales into one-off pieces of art to be auctioned off in a unique fundraising event for the Argus Appeal. Cinderella to Rumpelstiltskin, all will be revealed in an extravagantly themed exhibition at Jag Studios on June 4th before going under the hammer in the beautifully domed ballroom of Pub Du Vin. entertheclutter.com/ fairytaleauctionrytaleauction

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Big Band at the Bandstand Sun 5th, Brighton Bandstand Nothing says bandstand like a big band, particularly when it’s The Brighton & Hove Youth Big Band. With a repertoire including Glen Miller, Charles Mingus and Chick Corea, they play some of the most exciting music written for the medium. They also featured on The Go! Team’s last album. So get along and grab a deckchair … knotted hanky optional. brightonbandstand.co.uk

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Cycling Awareness Fun Day Sat 25th, George Street Propelling yourself along the open road, carefree, wind in your hair, it’s hard to beat. But as traffic increases on our city’s streets safety is becoming more important. This entertaining and educational day aims to promote safer and informed cycling. With free bells, fluorescent strips and bike MOTs also on offer there’s plenty to interest WHATS ON GUIDE 84x48:Layout 1 24/5/11 all cyclists from kids to 12:41 commuters.Page 1 bikeweek.org.uk

Springwatch Festival Sun 5th, Stanmer Park Springwatch is a fantastic, free, family day out. It’s the perfect chance to find out about your local wildlife, see birds of prey in action, get to know some llamas, watch traditional woodcraft demonstrations and sample the huge variety of great-tasting local produce. There’s equally great-tasting local beer and top-class entertainment available … and that’s just a small selection of what’s on offer! sussexwt.org.uk/events 6

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Latin Lounge, 14 West Street, 01273 321343 If you have a penchant for anything exotic you will love the newly opened Latin Lounge. With a cocktail list boasting 80 different Latin-inspired concoctions and a menu offering delicious breakfasts alongside a range of Latin American tapas served all day and late into the evening - this is a place for frivolous fun and fabulous feasting! You can even dance off your dinner with their popular weekly Flamenco and Samba evenings.

Aberdeen Steakhouse, 27-28 Preston Street, 01273 326 892 Nestled in the heart of Brighton’s restaurant district of Preston Street, is the city’s original steak house, still the favourite after 45 years. It’s time to take a break from ‘cool cuisine’ for a night, stray away from the conservative miniature portions of late and enjoy a hearty and traditional dinner at Aberdeen. Visit www.aberdeen-steakhouse.co.uk to see the wide range of menus or make an instant online booking.

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Old Ship Hotel, King’s Road, 01273 329001 Location 3 is unveiling an exciting new look for Summer 2011 with a new menu to boot. Their slow roast chicken, pistachio and tarragon terrine was extremely tasty as was the blini pancakes with smoked salmon, crème fraiche and laced with a rather naughty red onion, dill and vodka emulsion… phew! Classics such as Harvey’s Ale battered cod and chips and South Downs lamb are also on offer for the more traditional diner. 8

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Sat 18th, Preston Manor What’s that you say? Ghosts don’t exist? Well Sir or Madam, put your money where your mouth is and step right up for this here vigil at stately Preston Manor. A guest medium will lead the cowering throng through the Edwardian interior to delve into its spooky past and present, with terrifying tales of disembodied hands and ladies in white and grey. Brrrr! brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk

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Sat 18th - Sat 25th, New Venture Theatre Wouldn’t it be nice to have a servant, eh? New oranges daily, your newspaper freshly squeezed and your pants ironed. But wait! The wealthy young wastrel in this play finds it’s not all breakfast in bed, oh no. His manservant appears somewhat Machiavellian, slowly turning the tables whilst blurring class and status lines. Think I’ll fetch me own slippers thanks ... newventure.org.uk

Sun 5th, Madeira Drive Broom broom! Enjoy the splendid spectacle of classic cars aplenty lining up along the seafront, having just finished their 23rd yearly run from the Mercedes-Benz World Museum in Weybridge to arrive at our fair shores. 20,000 spectators are expected so come early to gawk at hundreds of pre-1986 beauties. (The cars, not the people. I’m sure they will all look very modern). classicmotorshow.com

Danny Bhoy: Messenger (Please Do Not Shoot) Sat 18th, Dome The charming, easy going and jolly funny Danny Bhoy is often hailed as the new Billy Connolly, but I’m going to stick my neck out here and say that he is BETTER. (I’ve never cared for Connolly’s shouty antics). Catch Danny’s worldly observations whilst you can, as he is doing a mere ten dates on this UK tour! brightondome.org 10

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The Festival and Fringe are over I’m afraid, sob. But don’t worry your lovely little heads! Brighton being Brighton there’s always lots to get excited about, and the merest of glances below reveals that June is no exception. Also if you’re lucky you might just be able to catch the end of Brighton Fashion week too, at St Martins Church and the Corn Exchange on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat

Tues 7th, Komedia You’ve always wanted to give it a try haven’t you, single reader? Mellow live music will soothe your nerves as you zip from one encounter to another, and odds are that you’ll get one match at the very least! Old or young’uns welcome, the age range is a guide not a limit. Just open your mouth and see what comes out! komedia.co.uk

Tue 21st - Sun 26th, Theatre Royal “I look handsome, I look smart, I am a walking work of art!” No, not me readers, Joseph! That’s my favourite line from this classic musical about the young whippersnapper’s jacket related adventures. Keith Jack plays the titular hero, fresh from finishing a close second to Lee Mead in the BBC show ‘Any Dream Will Do.’ ambassadortickets.com

Britain’s Got Talent Live Wed 22nd - Brighton Centre Now I know what you’re thinking, but for all round family entertainment Britain’s Got Talent delivers the goods. Even more so with this fourth live show which has none of your judge demagoguery, just the brave, bold and bizarre British public as they prance for your delight. Enjoy all your favourites from the mammoth TV show, but please don’t boo anybody! brightoncentre.co.uk

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To 5th: Brighton Fashion Week See www.brightonfashionweek.com for full details

basement 2nd: Factoria De Fuegos + Sleepwalk Collective + Small Cafe 7.30pm £5/3 8th: Scratch! 7.30pm £f 21st: Are You Sitting Comfortably? Seaside 7.30pm £6/4

bees mouth Tues: Life Drawing 7.30pm £6

blaker’s park 18th: Blaker’s Park Community Picnic

brighton dome 5th: Brighton Dome Discovery Tour 11am £8/7 11th: London Philharmonic Orchestra 7.30pm £27.50 - 10 18th: Danny Bhoy - Messenger (Please Do Not Shoot) 8pm £17.50

brighton museum To 9th Oct: Radical Bloomsbury: Art of Duncan Grant + Vanessa Bell, 1905-1925 £6/f

brighton seafront 26th: Roedean School Pier to Pier Swim

the brunswick 9th: Brighton Board Girls 8pm £f 20th: Brighton Stanza 8pm £5

caroline of brunswick 1st: Damion Larkin: Cuddly Dreamer 8pm £5 Carey Marx: Laziness… and Stuff 9.30pm £5 6th: Matt Kirshen: Wide-Eyed 8pm £6 Andi Osho: All the Single Ladies 9.30pm £5 7th: Skeptics In The Pub 8pm SOLD OUT

8th: Richard Herring + Catie Wilkins 8pm £9 9th: Andrew Bird’s Village Fete 8pm £5 Markus Birdman: Dreaming 9.30pm £5 10th: Funny Girls 8pm £5/4 12th: James W Smith + Sam Fletcher 8pm £3 13th: Stitches Comedy Club 8pm £6/5 14th: Nathan Caton: Get Rich or Die Cryin’ 8pm £5 Matthew Crosby: Adventure Party 9.30pm £5 15th: Eric’s Tales from the Sea 7.30pm £7/5 Sally-Anne Hayward: Don’t Judge Me 9.30pm £3 16th: Scott Capurro: Who are the Jocks? 8pm £8 Steve Hall 9.30pm £6 19th: Matt Tiller: Just Du-Et 8pm £4 Peter Antoniou: Comedium 9.30pm £5 20th: Ava Vidal: The Hardest Word 8pm £5 Paul F Taylor: The Pauly Show 9.30pm £5 21st: Steve Day: Run, Deaf Boy, Run 8pm £5 Luke McQueen: Your Love is Mine 9.30pm £5 22nd: John Robins 8.30pm £1 Wil Hodgson 9.30pm £5 23rd: Joanna Neary: Youth Club 8pm £5 Alex Marion: Applied Optimism 9.30pm £5 26th: Robert Inston: The Queen’s Speech 8pm £5 27th: Funny Ha Ha! 8pm £5 29th: Trevor Lock: Spontaneous Combustion 8pm £5 Bridget Christie: Housewife Surrealist 9.30pm £5 30th: An Israeli & A Palestinian Walk into a Country 8pm £6 Paul Sinha: Looking at the Stars 9.30pm £5

city centre 12th: Save The Diva 17th: Martletts Midnight Walk  19th: London To Brighton Bike Ride

concorde 2 5th: London to Brighton Classic Car Run 11am - 5pm £f 19th: London to Brighton Bike Ride 11am - 5pm £f 25th: Miss Pole Dance UK 2011 3pm £25 + bf adv

corn exchange 5th: Frock Me £2 7th: In Good Company – Hofesh Shechter Company Dancers 8pm £7.50 20th: Beach Ball 7pm £4

east street bastion 9th to 5th June: Tarnished Earth 26th: South Downs National Park Authority Display Caravan

the freemasons 5th: Prime Cuts Comedy 8pm £3

hanover 12th: Hanover Day

hove library 1st: Book Launch With A Brazilian Beat 6.30pm £f

hove museum Closed Mon-Wed To 11th Oct: Mr Watt, Grumpy Man of Metal £f

hove park 3rd: Hove Park Youth Races 5th: Hove Park Road Races 17th: Brighton Mitre Cycling Races 23rd & 24th: Outdoor Theatre - St Christopher’s School

komedia 2nd: Mark Watson: Request Stops 8pm £15 Hammer & Tongue 7.30pm £5/4 4th: The Maydays: Tonight’s Top Story 8pm £8 5th: Bent Double 7.30pm £10.50/8.50 8th: So You Think You’re Funny? 8pm £6 12th: L-Talent Brighton Heat 7.15pm £8 adv 9th: Bo Burnham 8pm £15 17th: Alive & Swinging with Marilyn Monroe 9pm £17.50 22nd: Popcorn Comedy 7.30pm £7 25th: Funny Women Awards 7.30pm £8/10 30th: Comic Boom 8pm £9/7 Fosters Krater Comedy Club 2nd 5th: Hal Cruttenden, Steph Lane (Thurs only), Rob Beckett (Thurs only), James Acaster (Thurs only), Henry Paker (Fri & Sat) and Adam Bloom (Fri – Sun) with MC Stephen Grant. 9th - 12th: The Boy with Tape on his Face, Pat Burtscher (Thurs only), Dave Fulton (Fri – Sun) Joe Wilkinson (Fri & Sat), with MC Stephen Grant (Thurs & Sun) and Tiffany Stevenson (Fri & Sat). 16th - 19th: Carl Donnelly, Karl Spain, Roger Monkhouse (Fri–Sun) with Mc Eddy Brimson (Thurs only) and Dan Atkinson (Fri – Sun) 23rd - 26th: Jeff Innocent, Dan Nightingale (Thurs Sat), Keith Farnan (Fri – Sun), Dan Nightingale (Fri & Sat), with Mc Mark Olver. Thurs – 8pm, £16/£13 (mealdeal) £9/£6.50, Friday – 8pm, £21.50 (meal-deal) £14.50/£11.50, Saturday - 7pm £25 (meal-deal)/£18, Saturday - 10:30pm £15.50

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jazz place 2nd: Gigglestock Comedy Night 7.30pm

5th: Classic Car Run

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culture&events marlborough theatre 1st: Maydays 8.15pm £5/3.50 2nd: Diana Dandruff 7.30pm 3rd: M00-0364 8pm £8/6 8th & 9th: The Moulettes in Story Tellers Revellers & Fools 7.30pm £6 10th: The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up 12th - 15th: Closure 7.45pm £8/5 20th: Casual Violence presents Dildon’t 8pm £6/5 29th: Laura by Spun Glass Theatre 8.30pm £5/4 30th: Hedwig And The Angry Inch 8.45pm £9/7.50

mesmerist Mesmerist Conjuring Consortium 7.30pm £f

the old market 1st: Dave Gorman 6.30pm £8 3rd: Peter James 6.30pm £8 14th: Bill Collison 6.30pm £8  

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11th & 12th: Seafront Date With Nature 25th: Soul By The Sea

pavillion theatre 1st - 4th: STAC Musical Theatre Showcase 2011 15th: Civil Partnerships: A Happy Ever After for Gay Equality? 8pm £6/4 16th: First Love by Samuel Beckett 8pm £12.50/10 18th: The Vanishing Horizon 2pm & 7.30pm £8/6 24th: The Confetti Maker 8pm £10/7 25th: The Paper Washi Wish 11am & 2pm £7/5 26th: The Rock Charmer 7.30pm £10/8

peace statue 12th: St Dunstan’s Seaside Saunter

preston park 25th: Take Part Festival

the quadrant 5th: Prime Cuts Comedy 8pm £3 19th: Prime Cuts Comedy presents Early 20’s 8pm £3

rottingdean green 18th: Lions Fayre

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sallis benney theatre 4th - 9th: The Burt Brill and Cardens Graduate Show 12pm-8pm (Sat) 12pm-6pm (Sun) 10am-8pm (Mon - Wed) 12pm-4pm (Thurs) £f 25th - 3rd July MA Degree Shows 10am-5pm (Mon-Sat), 12pm-2pm (Sun) £f 10th & 11th: BSMS Medic Revue 7.30pm £7/5 15th: Contemporary Days: The Designs of Lucienne and Robin Day 7.30pm £10/7.50/5 16th: Breaking Boundaries 8pm £5 17th: State Of The City 6pm £f 25th: StyleJam 1pm £8/6

stanmer park 5th: Springwatch 12th: Concours D’Elegance

st george’s road 4th: Kemptown Carnival £f

st luke’s 3rd: Aurora Wind Trio 7.30pm £6/4 10th: Hilser Trio 7.30pm £6/4 17th: Björn Kleiman (violin) and  Nils Klöfver (guitar) 7.30pm £6/4 

thomas kemp 26th: Comedy 8pm £f

three & ten 10th: Josh Howie: I Am a Dick 8pm £7/5 15th: Bring Me the Head of Adam Riches 8pm £6/5 16th: Humphrey Ker Is Dymock Watson: Nazi Smasher! 8pm £6/5 17th: Sam Walker 8pm £7/5 22nd: Nick Helm Edinburgh Preview 8pm £6/5 23rd: Philip Jeays and Friends 8.30pm £8/5 24th: Rabbit in The Headlights 8pm £6/5 25th: Off the Cuff 8pm £8/6 Red Brick Comedy Club 10pm £10/8 29th: Dan Antopolski Edinburgh Preview 8pm £6/5 Tom Bell Begins 9.30pm £6/5

three jolly butchers 12th & 26th: Prime Cuts Comedy 8pm £f

waterhall 11th: Seagulls FC Mini Football Tournament


This month we are featuring two fantastic treatments to help get that summer body. Cellulite is something both men and women cannot avoid. And with hot weather fast approaching, we all want to look our best on the beach. There are hundreds of methods out there claiming to help with cellulite, but here are two of what we think are the best unisex, anti cellulite treatments around. Donna Goatcher: lifestyle@whatsonguide.co.uk

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North Road, 07955 921823 everybodytherapy.co.uk Everybody Therapy is situated in treatment rooms in LA Fitness and My Hotel. They specialise in sports and deep tissue massage. At LA Fitness I was greeted by Charlotte who carried out my cellulite busting treatment. Here I received an invigorating massage using detoxifying essential oils, which help reduce the appearance of cellulite. After a 45 minute treatment on my legs they were tingling with excitement; I could really feel the benefit of the massage and my skin felt amazing. To get the full benefit of this treatment a course is recommended and something I will definitely be going back for.

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With summer months almost upon us what better way to enjoy living by the sea than stand up paddle boarding, or SUP as it is more commonly known. The modern water sport which originated from Hawaii in the early 1960s is becoming increasingly popular along the south coast, with schools popping up everywhere for mere amateurs like myself to go and experience, enjoy and of course have a good laugh. Donna Goatcher: editorial@whatsonguide.co.uk

The Adrenaline Store 61 High Street, Shoreham by Sea, 01273 463642, theadrenalinestore.com At the end of the high street, in the increasingly popular town of Shoreham by Sea, is The Adrenaline Store - a hidden gem to all adventure sports lovers. The proof is in the name, The Adrenaline Store! I had heard about stand up paddle boarding from friends and really wanted to try it out for myself. Not only is it a great sport to get involved in, as we live by the sea, but it is also a fantastic workout, helping to tone your core muscles. To really enjoy paddle boarding and get the most out of your lesson, it is best to go when the tide is high and of course the sun is shining. After weeks of planning and looking at the forecast a

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date was set. I arrived to a very welcoming store, where music was playing and I was greeted by my instructor and the store owner. I had been advised to bring along my own wetsuit as it is something they do not hire out. Here I was shown to the lower ground where all the boards were kept and the lessons take place. The Stand up paddle boarding school at The Adrenaline store have a fantastic set up and you are made to feel really comfortable. After a high energy drink and a pep talk we were off. Stand up paddle boarding is for all ages and is something I definitely would recommend for everyone to do, either as a group

or one to one. Being a typical girl I didn’t want to go on my own, so I managed to rope a friend in to coming with me whom, much to my disappointment, had more experience at water sports than I. We spent two hours out on the water, including one hour with an instructor who was very patient and more than happy to share all his knowledge about the sport. He taught us everything he knew about stand up paddle boarding, how to do it safely but most of all how to have fun! After the first hour’s lesson and a couple of slip ups into the water, we were left to our own devices for a further hour. Feeling confident we set off together and had an amazing time.

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Stand up paddle boarding is really easy to pick up and is something I would recommend to everyone to try at least once in their life. If you have not done it before, having a lesson really helps and is a great way to spend a morning. Prices start from £30 for 2 hours; 1 hour with an instructor and 1 hour on your own. Plus board hire for £7.50 for 1 hour or £15 for 3 hours.

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One of the biggest selling zombie titles of the past decade, ‘The Zombie Diaries’ gets a DVD release (27th) for it’s highly anticipated sequel, ‘World of the Dead’. Three months have passed since a viral outbreak turned its victims into flesh-eating living dead. In the UK, a surviving band of soldiers and civilians have taken refuge at a rural military barracks. Hmmm, I wonder what happens next? Mmmm, brains.

17th, In Cinemas Jodie Foster directs and co-stars with Mel Gibson in this emotional story. Plagued by his own demons, Walter Black was once a successful toy executive and family man who now suffers from depression. No matter what he tries, Walter can’t seem to get himself back on track…until a

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Rabbit Hole 22nd, On DVD Nominated for both a Golden Globe and an Academy Award, Rabbit Hole tells the story of Becca Corbett (Nicole Kidman) and her husband Howard (Aaron Eckhart), who are still struggling, eight months later, to come to terms with the death of their son. As they embark on separate journeys that threaten to pull them apart they also discover new meaning in their lives and have to decide whether these will bring them back together. Based on his own play, screenwriter David LindsayAbaire and director John Cameron Mitchell have crafted a film that is both honest and sensitive without being over sentimental

(which is no mean feat given the subject material). For a film about grief it is surprisingly light hearted in places but the whole piece would feel hollow without this tremendous ensemble that, without exception, delivers the emotional punch that the script deserves. I’ve always viewed Nicole Kidman as Hollywood’s version of the Emperors New Clothes but here she turns in an astonishing performance that has made me totally re-evaluate her as an actress. Not to take anything away from Eckhart who is also superb but it’s Kidman that makes Rabbit Hole a truly compelling piece of cinema.

Green Lantern

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17th, In Cinemas After Batman’s successful return to the silver screen, DC comics kick start a brand new franchise. Although not their most high profile character, the presence of Ryan Reynolds and director Martin Campbell should help catapult Green Lantern into the public eye. Footage released so far looks as if there will be enough spectacle and reverence to keep both the general public and the fans happy.

Gibson back in the spotlight.

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June 13th sees the release on DVD of three more of Irwin Allen’s hugely entertaining science fiction shows. Series Two of ‘Land of the Giants’ features a brand new UK exclusive commentary from most of the original cast. ‘Voyage To The Bottom of The Sea’ series two see the crew of the Seaview in their first season of glorious colour and introduces the Flying Sub. The complete ‘Time Tunnel’ comes with a host of extras and limited edition holographic packaging. We have a copy of each to give away. Just send your answers to the following question to cinema@whatsonguide.co.uk by 15th June to be in with a chance of winning. Q: What is name of the spacecraft in ‘Land of the Giants’?

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Summer drinks means afternoon drinks. Afternoon drinks mean that friends and their offspring can meet up and relax while they enjoy Brighton on a sunny day and having a much needed pint. However I have noticed that some pubs in town started to put up fearful looking “No Kids” signs. Thus, I felt it prudent to round up a list of boozers that openly welcome the little’uns one and all.

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children. Serves Mexican food. Yay.

Another muesli mountain favourite. Keep an eye when you’re looking for it as it doesn’t have any signage, as its title would suggest. It’s in a three-way tie of best roast in Brighton along with the Yeoman and the Caxton. Has a poker night on Thursdays that I assume isn’t participated in by

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The Chimney House

95 Queens Park Road, 01273 682466 If there is one pub that embodies Hanover it is The Walmer. Chock full of muesli mountain types and their offspring seemingly in a perpetual state of carnival. Serves Thai food from Monday to Saturday 6 – 10 and a 12 – 4 lunch service on Saturdays. At weekends they have live bands and DJs. On Sundays they switch Thai to classic English breakfasts and roasts.

28 Upper Hamilton Road, 01273 556708 Since it changed hands and transformed from a slightly formidable place into a trendy gastro pub, it has become a resort for the yummy mummy brigade. Very upmarket with the cuisine and serves fine wines as well as the odd pint. A very extensive kid’s menu available featuring imaginative dishes. Has a fantastic function room available for private hire.

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Preston Park Tavern

36 Trafalgar Street, 01273 695872 One of Brighton’s most underrated pubs for my money. Looks and feels like a classic boozer but has a decidedly modern system of management and service. Serves the full range of Harvey’s ales as well as extremely good value food. For example the Nelson Burger with chips comes at only £5.95. Highly recommended for an afternoon drink and bite to eat.

88 Havelock Road, 01273 542271 Very modern, clean and stylish the Preston Park Tavern is widely considered one of the best places to eat in Brighton. Well lit and bright interior. Unsurprisingly it is another gastro pub so the emphasis here is the food rather than the drink. Having said that they serve no less than 22 distinctive wines you can wash your fancy grub down with.

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39 Park Crescent Terrace, 01273 604993 A great pub just off the Level with a huge decked beer garden that’s great for kids to explore while the adults enjoy a pint. Serves beers which are brewed at Hall & Woodhouse’s Badger Brewery in Dorset, and the food from its own Thai Kitchen. Can get very raucous and very messy here, but that’s why I recommend it. 

Really near the station and a great central meeting place if your group is coming from all over. The Yeoman is an extremely popular pub renowned for its food and laid back ambience. Put it this way, if you want to eat there: book. Absolutely compulsory. If you don’t you will be disappointed as I have been a good few times. 22

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The Hampton Mod For It 8pm £f H Bar 3rd: Aura 10th: DJ Steven James & Nick T 17th: Electric Boogie 24th: Play: Blarzay 9pm The Hope 3rd: Stacked Nasty 10th: The Black Dove 17th: Strychnine Nights 9pm £f The Marlborough Q&A (Queer & Alternative) 5pm The Mesmerist Shake Holla & Roll 9pm £f Prince Albert 3rd: Bend Over I’ll Drive DJ’s Senor Mick + Johnny Rocks 8.30pm £f Riki Tik Ecletrik 10pm £f Thomas Kemp DJs 3rd: DJ Lamp’s Eclectic Chair 10th: DJ Brian 9pm £f Three And Ten 3rd & 24th: DJ Nomark 10th: Ruff Snippets 17th: DJ Gareth Stevens 10pm £f The Victory 17th: Teen Dream 9pm £f Western Front 3rd: Russ RockWell 11th & 25th: Mixer Men 1 8th: The Infamous Jay & Rich 8pm £f White Rabbit 10th & 24th: WTF DJs 9pm £f Worlds End 3rd: King Hammond 10th: Reggae & Soul 24th: Unity Hi-Fi 8pm £f Xuma 3rd: Super Marriott & His Bros 10th: DJ Mixtape 17th: Senor Mick 24th: Uncle Al

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sundays Above Audio Live Music & DJ Terrace Party 2pm £f Belushis Now That’s What I Call A Party Part 3 9pm £f Caroline of Brunswick 8th: The Geekest Link Sci-fi Quiz 8.30pm £1 Cube Sunday Chill 2pm £f Doctor Brightons Hangover Therapy 1pm Duke Of Norfolk 6th & 20th: Live Music Night 9pm £f Fiddlers Elbow Sham-Rock Open Mic Night 8.30pm £f Fishbowl Recovery? DJs 9pm £f Fountain Head Sunday Sessions £f The Globe Rockoustic Open Mic 26th: Hot Tip Hi-Fi 9pm £f The Hampton Live Music Sundays 8.30pm £f The Hope 12th: She Cries Acoustic Sundays 2pm £f Leconfield Boozy Bingo 6pm £1 The Marlborough Recovery Sundays 4pm The Mesmerist Sunday Jazz & Jive 7pm The Signalman Open Mic 8.30pm £f Thomas Kemp Sunday Afternoon Jazz 9pm £f 5th: Tango 8pm £f Three And Ten SOS Sessions Acoustic 8pm £f White Rabbit Sunday Roast & Live Jazz 3pm £f Worlds End Open Mic 8pm £f

mondays Ancient Mariner Quiz Night 8pm £1 Bees Mouth Jazz Forum All Welcome 8.30pm £f Belushis Now That’s What I Call A Party Part 1 9pm £f Black Lion Hit The Decks Open Decks Spin Off 9pm £f Cube Monday Mischief 2pm £f Doctor Brightons Medication Mondays 1pm

The Hampton Music Quiz 8pm £1 The Signalman Pub Quiz 8pm £1 Thomas Kemp Acoustic Singer Songwriters Night 8pm £f 13th & 27th: Thru The Alphabet Quiz Night 8pm £1

tuesdays Belushis Totalled On Tuesday! 9pm £f Black Lion Tuesday Club 8pm £f Cobblers Thumb Play For A Pint 9pm £f Cube Tuesday Tipple 7th & 21st: Cube Live 2pm £f Doctor Brightons Twisted Tuesdays 1pm Duke Of Norfolk Open Mic Night 9pm £f Fiddler’s Elbow Quizness Time 8pm £1 Foggs Quiz Night 8pm £1 The Gladstone Quiz 8.30pm £1 The Globe Basement Cinema 8pm £f Leconfield Tuesday Teaser Quiz 9pm £1 The Marlborough 14th & 28th: Marly Pub Quiz 8pm £1 Riki Tik Bedroom DJs 10pm Red Lion General Knowledge/ Music Quiz 8pm £1 Thomas Kemp Poker Night 8pm Worlds End Wii Night 8pm

wednesdays Bees Mouth Open Mic 8.30pm £f Belushis Now That’s What I Call A Party Part 2 9pm £f Black Lion Freshacoustics 8.30pm £f Caroline of Brunswick Rockbusters Quiz for Metalheads 8.30pm £1 Cube Cubed 1st: John Martin-Steele 8th: DJ Jem 15th: Care3Beatz 22nd: Northbrook Allstars 29th: End of Term Party 2pm £f Doctor Brightons Cocktail Clinic 1pm Duke Of Norfolk Quiz 9pm £1 pp Fishbowl The Mixer Men 10pm £f Fountain Head Student Night £f The Globe Wii Wednesdays 8pm £f The Marlborough Open Mic 8.30pm Riki Tik Time To Awesome 10pm

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thursdays Belushi’s Karaoke £f 9pm Black Lion 2nd: Soul Casserole 9th: Superjam 16th: Mr Lou 23rd: Whatify? The Black Lion’s Juke Box Jury 9pm £f 30th: The Return of the Reggae BBQ 8.30pm £f Caroline of Brunswick 2nd: Brighton Bike Night 7pm £f Cobblers Thumb Student Night £f Doctor Brightons Thirsty Thursdays 1pm Duke Of Norfolk Live Music 9pm £f Cube United Nations of House 2nd: Jay North 9th: DJ Jem 16th: Oleg Belshin (USSR) 23rd: M4JO & Muerto 30th: Gabriel Ursu 2pm £f Fiddlers Elbow Live Lounge 8.30pm £f Fishbowl Residents Association 10pm £f 30th: The Mixer Men 4 Deck Session 10.30pm £f Foggs 9th: Reggae with Claude 9pm £f The Globe Hang The DJ 9pm £f The Marlborough Karaoke & Cocktails 8pm Prince Albert Flipside DJs 8pm £f Riki Tik Das Club Robotique St James Tavern Stay Sick Turn Blue 8.30pm £f Thomas Kemp 16th: Unplugged Sessions 8pm £f Victory Open Mic 8pm £f Western Front Blingual 8pm £f White Rabbit Open Mic 9pm £f

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After a couple of ridiculously warm months, it would only be fitting that June is a complete washout to temper your sun-kissed moods. But whatever the weather decides to do this month, you can count on a great line-up of gigs to ease you in to the summer holidays. From local acts looking to make it big to established stars dropping in; June’s gonna be a good one.

Mon 13th, Komedia The precocious young talent is heading to Brighton to play tracks from his critically acclaimed debut album, including the smash rehash “Limit ToYour Love”. Although massively hyped, Blake genuinely seems to be on the cusp of superstardom. With his intricate mix of dub lines and soul-piercing vocals, if he carries on in this prolific form, there’ll be no limits to what he can achieve. jamesblakemusic.com

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Jetglo

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Wed 1st , Latest Music Bar Jetglo have been described as “singa-longa-rock” in the past and the Brighton-based alt-rockers certainly know how to craft a perfectly formed ditty for your ears to fall in love with. With sharp hooks and melodic choruses from Brighton’s own, they’ll bring a smile to your face and a swing to your step - what could be better on a summer’s day on the coast? myspace.com/jetglomusic

Fri 17th, Concorde 2 Known nearly as much for their whimsical videos and sly humour, the fun-loving American indie heroes are back on our shores to provide you with love, laughs, and more than a hint of danceable rock and/or roll. With an impressive back catalogue and new songs to be thrown into the mix, don’t miss out on what promises to be a lively stage show. wearescientists.com

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Sat 11th, Brighton Centre If you like super smash-hit show Glee (you probably either love it or hate it), then chances are that you’ll want to get down to the seafront to see Matthew Morrison (aka heart-throb teacher Will Schuester) performing material from his solo album. Bring earplugs and tissues, as there most definitely will be screaming, tears and a lot of dancing. And maybe some showtunes. matthewmorrison.com

Tue 28th , Dome Concert Hall With over 30m record sales, everybody knows who Cyndi Lauper is and she’s heading down here with tracks old and new for your delighted faces. Her 2010 album ‘Memphis Blues’ was nominated for a Grammy, so Lauper most certainly still has the knack for a good tune. So, if you just want to have fun time after time (sorry), then Cyndi’s your girl. cyndilauper.com

Gregory Alan Isakov

The Duke Spirit

Fri 10th, Prince Albert The wonderfully-named Gregory Alan Isakov is an indie folk rock artist from Colorado in the States. Despite his demure appearance, he is known for his gigantic voice and expert guitar skills - big plus points. After touring with the likes of Rodrigo y Gabriela and gaining strong support from critics and fans alike, grab him while he’s still playing intimate venues like the Albert. gregoryalanisakov.com

Fri 3rd, Audio This talented London-based band have been creeping along steadily since 2003, and after a string of prestigious appearances on hit US shows such as David Letterman and Jay leno, this may be the year that they finally duke it out with the mainstream heavyweights. With the beguiling Liela Moss leading the way on vocals, try to catch them before they undoubtedly go big stateside. thedukespirit.com

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Shuga Buddha The Hope 8pm £3 Band Camp The Hydrant 7pm £f Dr Bluegrass & The Illbilly Eight The Mesmerist Nimmo & The Gauntlets Prince Albert 8.30pm £4/3 Hillbilly Deluxe The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

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The Duke Spirit Audio 7pm £10 adv The Lost Highway The Brunswick 8pm £5/4 Brighton Punk Project Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f Battles Concorde 2 7pm £15+ The Gyratory Allstars The Gladstone 8pm £f Slip Jam:B Long Player The Hope 9pm £f Despite My Deepest Fear The Hydrant 7.30pm £4 Fighting Fiction 8pm £f Zarbo The Neptune 8.30pm £f Mike Newsham The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f King Hammond Worlds End 8pm £f

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Futures Audio 7pm Kids Showcase The Brunswick 12pm Seeland 8pm Lucky Jim Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f Jo Jo & The Gocats The Gladstone 8pm £f Syd Arthur The Hope 8pm £6/7 Free Swim The Hydrant 8pm £f Deep Sleep Jam 7pm £6 Blue Hearts Prince Albert 8pm £7/6 Vinnie & Miles Show Worlds End 8pm £f

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Stopped Clock Black Lion 8pm £f Rockschool The Brunswick 12pm & 3pm Kaz Simmons 8pm £8/7 Herman Dune Coalition 7pm £12/14 London to Brighton Classic Car Run Concorde 2 11am - 5pm £f The Rockpreneurs The Haunt 6pm £4 Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Acoustic Sunday The Hydrant 8pm £f Sam Chara The Neptune 8.30pm £f Everybodys Got Be Somewhere Prince Albert 2pm £f BIMM College Showcase 7.30pm Mike Ross The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f 32

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monday 06 Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Mono Concorde 2 7.30pm £12.50 + bf adv Open Mic The Gladstone 8pm £f You Cry Wolf The Hope 8pm £5 Bleeding Hearts Club Prince Albert 8.30pm

tuesday 07 Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Tera Melos The Hope 8pm £6.50 adv Telepathetic The Hydrant 8pm £f The Vaudeville Jam 7pm £3 White Light Prince Albert 8pm £4/3

wednesday 08 Chichester College Show The Brunswick 8pm Thank You For Your Request Casablanca £f/2/1 Jamie Woon Concorde 2 7.30pm £11 + bf adv Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist £f Source New Music Pavillion Theatre 7.30pm £4

thursday 09 Shona Foster Brighton Ballroom 7.30pm £6 adv Brunswick Showcase The Brunswick 8.30pm £f That Mouth The Hydrant 8pm £f Sneaky Low Five The Mesmerist Raised On Replica’s Prince Albert 8.30pm £4/3 Roland Chadwick The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

sunday 12 Stopped Clock Black Lion 8pm £f Brighton Folk The Brunswick 8pm £f Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Suntrap The Hydrant 8pm £f Jez Tonkin The Neptune 8.30pm £f Little Barrie Prince Albert 8pm £8 adv Delta Ladies The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

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Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Open Mic The Gladstone 8pm £f Middle Finger Salute The Hydrant 8pm £f Lavotchkin 7pm £5 James Blake Komedia 7pm £10 More Music Mondays The Neptune 8.30pm £f The Cream of T-Block Prince Albert 8pm

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Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Framing Hanley Concorde 2 7.30pm £11.50 + bf adv BIMM Bands The Hydrant 8pm £f Pirate Sky Prince Albert 8.30pm £4/3

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Thank You For Your Request Casablanca £f/2/1 Milk Maid Jam 7.30pm £5 adv Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist £f Frank Farfield Prince Albert 8pm £8

thursday 16 Clock Tower Sanctuary Fundraiser The Brunswick 8pm £tbc Ladysmith Black Mambazo The Dome 7.30pm £27.50 - 24 Brian McNamara Fiddlers Elbow 8.30pm £f Bird Eats Baby The Hydrant 8pm £f Dr Bluegrass & The Illbilly Eight The Mesmerist Dan Scott Prince Albert 8pm £4/3 The Diablos The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

friday 17 South Coast Revue The Brunswick 8pm £6 Funk Band Casablanca £5 Talvin Singh Coalition 7.30pm £20-12 The Greasy Strings Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f We Are Scientists Concorde 2 7pm £12.50 + bf adv Live Bands The Gladstone 8pm £f Thomas Tantrum The Hope 8pm £7 adv Sun of Souls The Hydrant 8pm £f Roadworks The Neptune 8.30pm £f Club Meow Meow Prince Albert 8.30pm £4 Kevin Murphy The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f Wynd & Koyote Worlds End 8pm £f

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friday 10 The Lost Highway The Brunswick 8pm £5/4 Skurvi Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f John CramptonThe Gladstone 8pm £f Everyone To The Anderson The Hydrant 8pm £f Alex Winston Jam 7pm £7.50 adv Eagles Tribute Night Komedia 8pm £12 adv The Simon & Sleeze Trio The Neptune 8.30pm £f Chris Simmons Album Launch Pavillion Theatre 8pm £9.50 Gregory Alan Isakov Prince Albert 8pm £7 adv

saturday 11 Red Snapper Audio 7pm Mark Edward’s Charity Jazz The Brunswick 8pm £10 Ned Star Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f Stay Sick Hectors House Screaming Sugar Skulls 9pm £f Very Short Shorts The Hydrant 8pm £f Death Cabaret Jam 7pm £3 The Resonators 11pm Gentleman Starkey Prince Albert 8pm £4 Buffalo’s Wake Worlds End 8pm £f listings deadline 15th june listings@whatsonguide.co.uk

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Stopped Clock Black Lion 8pm £f Ukelele Jam The Brunswick 3pm £f Gene October & The K Boys Cowley Club 7.30pm £6 Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Acoustic Sunday The Hydrant 8pm £f The Selector Komedia 7.30pm £12.50/15 Passion Dance The Neptune 8.30pm £f Credit To The Nation Pavilion Theatre 6pm £6/3 Pokey Lafarge Prince Albert 8pm £12 Hillbilly Deluxe The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

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Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Open Mic The Gladstone 8pm £f Minotaur Explode The Hydrant 7pm £3 adv Born To Lose Prince Albert 8.30pm £3

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Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Adam Ant Concorde 2 7.30pm £25 + bf adv Kobra & The Lotus The Hydrant 8pm £f Rae Spoon Marlborough Theatre 8pm £4/5 Monocure Prince Albert 8.30pm £4/3

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Brunswick Showcase The Brunswick 8pm £3/2 Thank You For Your Request Casablanca £f/2/1 Ryan Adams The Dome 7.45pm £24 Tiny Dragons The Hydrant 8pm £f Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist £f No 2nd Chance Prince Albert 8pm £3

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Brighton Punk Project Cobblers Thumb 9pm £f Tropical Underground The Hydrant 8pm £f Asbo Retards 7pm £4.50 Stay Sick & Dirty Water Presents... Prince Albert 8pm Burn The Evidence Worlds End 8pm £f

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The Sussex Jazz Orchestra The Branch Tavern 4pm £f Stopped Clock Black Lion 2pm £f Jim Whyte The Brunswick 8pm Elton John County Cricket Ground Don McMurray’s Stompers Hilton Metropole Hotel £f to diners. 12.30pm Elton John County Cricket Ground Acoustic Sunday The Hydrant 8pm £f Robert Brown The Neptune 8.30pm £f The Hard Ons Prince Albert 8pm £6.50 adv Nigel Bagge & Eddie Armor The Ranelagh 8.30pm £f

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Open Mic The Brunswick 8.30pm £f Open Mic The Gladstone 8pm £f Annotations of An Autopsy The Hydrant 7pm £8 Andy Irvine Prince Albert 8pm £9

tuesday 28

Jazz Jam The Brunswick 8pm £f Cyndi Lauper The Dome 7.30pm £33.50/30 BIMM Bands The Hydrant 8pm £f Phat Sessions Jam 10pm £3/4 Vetiver Komedia 7.30pm £12 adv Not Now Bernard Prince Albert 8pm £4/3

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Thank You For Your Request Casablanca £f/2/1 IAM: Your Hero The Hydrant 8pm £f The Ocean Between Us 8pm £tbc Swing Ninjas The Mesmerist £f On The Edge Open House 8.30pm £6/5 Electric Soft Parade Prince Albert 8pm £5

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Zora & The Tatsmiths The Brunswick 8pm £4/3 Cinematic Orchestra Concorde 2 7pm £20 + bf adv Leerodi Fiddlers Elbow 8.30pm £f Fiasco Theives The Hydrant 8pm £f Brighton & Hove Youth Big Band: Summer Swing! Komedia 8pm £6/3.50 Dr Bluegrass & The Illbilly Eight The Mesmerist Funge Prince Albert 8.30pm £4/3 Dave Peabody Ranelagh 8.30pm £f


Heineken Open’er

As UK festivals increasingly sell out before you even know who is playing, more of you are setting your sights on the European festival circuit. This month we highlight a few of these and discover that the acts are equally impressive and, as flights become cheaper, it is possible to get better value for money. It is also extremely likely that you can leave your mud encrusted wellies at home.

Thurs 30th June - Sun 3rd July Gyndia, Poland Having triumphed at the European Festival Awards in January, picking up ‘Best Major Festival’ for the second year on the trot, Heineken Open’er is celebrating its tenth year as Europe’s biggest summer party with three days of the best music on the planet. This year’s festival features Coldplay, Foals, Hurts, Pulp, Primus, Youssou N’Dour, Kate Nash, Caribou and Fat Freddy’s Drop. opener.pl/en

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Hideout Festival

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Fri 1st - Sun 3rd July Zrce Beach, Croatia The promoters behind Manchester’s The Warehouse Project have teamed up with Electronic Music Group, Metropolis and Wax:On, to bring electronic music fans an explosive new festival. Hideout Festival will host the biggest names in dance music including Sven Vath, 2manydjs, Pendulum and Erol Alkan in a phenomenal beach venue in one of the most sought after holiday destinations of the moment. skiddle.com

Weds 1st - Sun 5th June, Graz, Austria Featuring some of the finest names in the electronic spectrum, Springfestival brings together a richly diverse range of talent including global stars alongside the cutting-edge names of the future, performing across a wide range of venues and urban spaces in this stunning UNESCO World Heritage city. Acts include Atari Teenage Riot, Hercules & Love Affair, Patrick Wolf, Crystal Fighters, Tensnake and London Elektricity. springfestival.at

The Garden Festival

INmusic Festival

Weds 6th- Weds 13th July Zadar, Croatia 2011 sees the festival going Back to Our Roots and takes place across one joyously long weekend. A full seven days and nights of beatific beats in the sun and late night excursions on the stunning site which juts into the invitingly azure Adriatic waters. Acts include Jurassic Five’s Chali 2 na, Phenomenal Handclap Band, No Regular Play and many more. thegardenfestival.eu

Tues 21st & Weds 22nd June Zagreb, Croatia INmusic has grown rapidly from the first event in 2006 and it’s little wonder why the event has become the go-to destination for music lovers visiting Croatia. This year’s headliners are Arcade Fire and Grinderman. Set on the shores on the idyllic Lake Jarun the festival boasts six different stages and will welcome 60,000 music fans to dance in the Croatian sunshine. t-mobileinmusicfestival.com

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Peace & Love

Berlin Festival

Tues 28th June - Sat 2nd July Borlange, Dalarna, Sweden The sun barely sets at Peace & Love so be prepared for long, lazy days in the Swedish sun. The city of Borlänge gets over 21 hours of sunlight each day, making it the perfect festival location. This year, the festival celebrates the theme of Courage, Hope & Love and features Bob Dylan, MIA, The Strokes and Kings Of Leon. peaceandlove.nu

Fri 9th & Sat 10th Sept Flughafen Tempelhof, Berlin Numerous acts and DJs of all genres including Suede, Primal Scream and Santigold will take on the airfield as well as Hangars 4 and 5 until midnight and visitors will gain free entry to over 30 clubs all over the city after that. Basically, you will get two days of fantastic festival vibes and club feeling galore in one event. berlinfestival.de

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Thurs 13th, Concorde 2 This outfit was created in 1990 and is still going strong with nine albums and a number of hit singles in the UK on the ever innovative Ninja Tune record label. The band’s live style and sound of jazz and electro will echo through the main room in what promises to be an astonishing set with electronic sample improvisation. Grab a ticket quickly. concorde2.co.uk

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Battles Official After Party

Talvin Singh

Fri 3rd, Concorde 2 After Battles have wowed you with their vice tight musicianship there’s no need to end the night there. Warp Records legends Clark and Bibio take to the decks for a very special set. Battles’ drummer John Stanier will also be making a very rare appearance as a DJ so make sure you don’t miss out on this one off clubbing experience. concorde2.co.uk

Fri 17th, Coalition After his sell-out show at the 2010 Brighton Festival, multi- Award winner and pioneer of the British Asian-Electronic music scene, Talvin Singh, is back to quench the thirst of Brighton’s discerning music fans. The Tabla percussionist will be accompanied by special guest, Soumik Datta. The vibrant duo will perform an intimate set which can only be described as a masterclass in classical Indian music. drinkinbrighton.co.uk/coalition

Pussycat Club Sonic Circus 16th Birthday Celebrations Sat 4th, Digital It’s an incredible 16 years since the first ever Pussycat night and there’s been a whole load of craziness since then including cake fights, Brazilian capoeira back flip maestros, full scale Houdini illusions, live electronic drum kit sampling and a 12 metre climbing tower complete with Spider Man. Tonight is a resident DJ special with even more spectacular shenanigans expected. pussycatevents.com 38

Cinematic Orchestra

Sometimes your favourite club night has to move to a new venue. This happens all the time and is normally because it has outgrown the previous space. One such night is Stone To The Bone. This superbad 70’s funkathon has relocated to the Green Door Store (Sat 18th) and will be able to cater for even more of you groovy mofos. So rejoice as twice the space equals twice the fun.

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Chase And Status

Sabotage

Fri 3rd, Tru Decimating crowds everywhere with their incendiary live performances Saul Milton and Will Kennard aka Chase And Status will be taking to the decks tonight for a very special set. Their unique fusing of drum and bass, dubstep and rock will have no problem in keeping you on the floor. Joining them will be MC Rage, a key component in their live sets. yesyoudo.co.uk

Mon 27th, Audio Sabotage is a new night dedicated to all things Nu Metal, Emo, Punk and Rock with the emphasis on fun. DJs Jay and Rich play loud guitar music through huge speakers and your parents can’t make them turn it down. Old favourites, guilty pleasures and party anthems are the order of the day. Dust off your black tees and be prepared for a big messy night. audiobrighton.com

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Thursday Night Fish Fry Thursdays, The Haunt Thursday night is still Fish Fry night and cooking up a storm at the newest venue for all you hep cats. Your host Dave ‘Count Fish Fry’ Walker still spins the best in Jamaican sounds including r&b, ska, calypso and rocksteady alongside 40s and 50s American r&b, juke joint jumpers and other monster sounds. Surely I don’t need to carp on about it. thehauntbrighton.co.uk

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wednesday 01 Audio Supercharged Benny Page 11pm Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f/2/1 Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Oceana Fuzzy Logic 9pm £3.50/5/2 Volks Love Love Vaetxh + Kitech 10pm £5

thursday 02 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2 Belushis Shpunked 10pm £1 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 10.30pm £1-4 Honey Club Exposed 10.30pm £2 Oceana Pound Party 9pm £f/6 Volks Strictly Dub & Rockers 10pm £4

friday 03 Audio Disco Deviant Horse Meat Disco 11pm Belushis Abandoned 10pm £3/2 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £1-4 Concorde 2 Battles Official After Party 11pm £8/3 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 Ink Feel Good Fridays 10pm £f Jam Reggae Bombing/ Boulevard Soundsystem meets Serocee 11pm £3

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saturday 04 Audio Warehouse 11pm £f/5 Belushis Deviant 10pm £5/2 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Pump Up The Jam 11pm £5 Concorde 2 Dub Pistols 11pm £f Digital Pussycat Club Sonic Circus 16th Birthday Celebrations 11pm £10/5/8 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 H Bar John 00 Fleming 9pm £6 Honey Club Hat Club Ant Brooks £10/8/5 Ink Fusion DJ Mike Panteli 9pm £f Jazz Place Bootleg 10pm Komedia CBGBs 10.30pm £3 The Loft 13 Monsters 11pm - 4am Oceana The World In One Night 8pm £f/9.50 Pav Tav Back To The Future 11pm £2/3 Volks Hardcore Revolution £5 adv

sunday 05 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £7/5/4 Honey Club Afrodisiac £f/3.50 10.30pm

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Jam Prangin 11pm £2/3 Oceana Fuzzy Logic 9pm £3.50/5/2

thursday 09 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2 Belushis Shpunked 10pm £1 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 10.30pm £1-4 Honey Club Exposed 10.30pm £2 Oceana Pound Party 9pm £f/6 Volks Simply Vinyl £6+

friday 10 Audio Moody Disco Lee Curtiss 11pm Belushis Abandoned 10pm £3/2 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £1-4 Concorde 2 Dubstep and Hip Hop Sound Special 11pm £6/8 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 H Bar Bed One 10pm £f Honey Club Lollipop 10.30pm £3/4/5 Ink Feel Good Fridays 10pm £f Jam Toothsayer 10pm £3/4 The Loft Hub Du Bub 9pm - 2am Oceana Love Sexy 8pm £f/6 Pav Tav INDIEcent 11pm £2/3 Volks Future Dub Kris Kemist £5+

saturday 11 Audio Warehouse Style of Eye 11pm £f/5 Belushis Synergy10pm £5/4 Concorde 2 Scratch Perverts 11pm £10 + bf adv Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 H Bar Hollyoaks 8pm £15 Honey Club Smartie Partie10.30pm £f/10 Ink Fusion DJ Mike Panteli 9pm £f Jazz Place Unhooked Generation 11pm Komedia WITCH! It’s the last one kids 11pm £5 Oceana The World In One Night 8pm £f/9.50 Pav Tav Back To The Future 11pm £2/3 Volks Sicknote Mark Archer (Altern8) 10pm £5/7

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Honey Club Lollipop R&B 10.30pm £3/4/5 Oceana Love Sexy 8pm £f/6 Pav Tav INDIEcent 11pm £2/3 Volks In The Face First Birthday Special £5/7/8

sunday 12 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £7/5/4 Honey Club Afrodisiac £f/3.50 10.30pm Volks Soul Sunday 2pm - 10pm £f

monday 13 Coalition Trash Mons £2/f 10.30pm-3am Oceana Born In The 90’s £f/90p/1/3 Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4.50/£5

Coalition Trash Mons £2/f 10.30pm-3am Oceana Born In The 90’s £f/90p/1/3 Volks Roots To Dubstep 10pm £4

tuesday 07 Audio Old’s Kool 11pm £2/3 Belushis Elements Drum & Bass 10pm £2/1 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Honey Club Rehab 10110.30pm £f - 3 Oceana Salsa & LF Fiesta International Party Pav Tav Guerilla Rocks10.30pm £1-3

wednesday 08 Audio Supercharged Loadstar 11pm Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f/2/1 Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4

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wednesday 15 Audio Supercharged Engine Earz 11pm Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f/2/1 Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Oceana Fuzzy Logic 9pm £3.50/5/2 Volks Next Hype Southbound Hangers 11pm

thursday 16 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2 Belushis Shpunked 10pm £1 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 10.30pm £1-4 Honey Club Exposed 10.30pm-3am £2 Oceana Pound Party 9pm £f/6 Volks Omniscience EVP 11pm £5/6

friday 17 Audio Battlejam JFB 11pm Belushis Abandoned 10pm £3/2

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saturday 18 Audio Warehouse Enzo Siffredi 11pm Belushis Faceplant 10pm £5/4 Coalition Elastic 11pm £5 Concorde 2 Old Skool Rave 11pm £2 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 Green Door Store Stone To The Bone 11pm £f H Bar Tech Noir 9pm £3 Honey Club Pukka Up 10.30pm - 4am £f/10/5

Ink Fusion DJ Mike Panteli 9pm £f Komedia Spellbound 9pm £6/5 Oceana The World In One Night 8pm £f/9.50 Pav Tav Back To The Future 11pm £2/3 Volks Frequency Calyx & Tebbe 10pm £2

sunday 19 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £7/5/4 Honey Club Afrodisiac £f/2/2.50 10.30pm

monday 20 Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f Coalition Trash Mons £2/f 10.30pm-3am Oceana Born In The 90s £f/90p/1/3 Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4.50/£5

tuesday 21 Audio Old’s Kool 11pm £2/3 Belushis Elements Drum & Bass 10pm £2/1 Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Honey Club Rehab 10110.30pm £f - 3 Oceana Salsa & LF Fiesta International Party Pav Tav Guerilla Rocks10.30pm £1-3

wednesday 22 Audio Supercharged Logistics 11pm Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f/2/1 Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Oceana Fuzzy Logic 9pm £3.50/5/2

thursday 23 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2 Belushis Shpunked 10pm £1 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 10.30pm £1-4 Honey Club Exposed! 10.30pm-3am £2 Oceana Pound Party 9pm £f/6 Volks DNB & Dubstep

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Audio Old’s Kool 11pm £2/3 Belushis Elements D’n’B 10pm £2/1 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Honey Club Rehab 10110.30pm £f - 3 Oceana Salsa & LF Fiesta International Party Pav Tav Guerilla Rocks10.30pm £1-3

Brighton Ballroom T.F.I Pop Kraft 7pm £8/6 Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £1-4 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 Green Door Store Ye Ye Fever 11pm £f H Bar Reamplified 9pm £f The Haunt White Mink £6/10 Jam Tentelicious 10pm £4/5 Honey Club Lollipop 10.30pm-3am £3/4/5 Ink Feel Good Fridays 10pm £f Komedia Born Bad 11pm £6/5 Oceana Love Sexy 8pm £f/6 Pav Tav INDIEcent 11pm £2/3 Volks Satta Sounds + Amen-tal Sound System 10pm £6

Audio Strictly Drumz DNB 11pm Belushis Abandoned 10pm £3/2 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Friday I’m In Love 11pm £1-4 Digital Stone Love 11pm-3am £3/4 Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 H Bar Play: Blarzay 9pm £f Honey Club I Love R&B 10.30pm £f/5 Ink Feel Good Fridays 10pm £f Jam Hooch Launch Night 10pm £f/3 Oceana Scott Mills 8pm £f/6 Pav Tav INDIEcent 11pm £2/3 Volks Analogue Dub Maffia 10pm £5

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saturday 25 Audio Warehouse Round Table Knights 11pm Belushis Club NME Launch Night 9pm Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Funkyfish Club DJ Delimentary Funk & Motown 10pm £3.50 - 6 Honey Club Hed Kandi 10pm £f/10/5 Ink Fusion DJ Mike Panteli 9pm £f Jazz Place Roots Garden 11pm Komedia Da Doo Ron Ron Last Komedia Night 11pm £5 The Loft Cuban Shrine 9pm - 3am Oceana The World In One Night 8pm £f/9.50 Pav Tav Snap Crackle & Britpop 11pm £3 Volks Brighton Loves Jungle Voytek 11pm £4

sunday 26 Coalition Blow 3am - 7am £7/5/4 Honey Club Afrodisiac £f/3.50 10.30pm Volks Psy Sundays Alienature 2pm - 1am £f

monday 27 Audio Sabotage 11pm Coalition Trash Mons £2/f 10.30pm-3am

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Oceana Born In The 90’s £f/90p/1/3 Volks Big T Presents Strictly Reggae 10pm £4.50/£5

tuesday 28 Audio Old’s Kool 11pm £2/3 Belushis Elements Drum & Bass 10pm £2/1 Digital CU Next Tuesday 11pm £4/3 Honey Club Rehab 10110.30pm £f - 3 Oceana Salsa & LF Fiesta International Party Pav Tav Guerilla Rocks10.30pm £1-3

wednesday 29 Audio Supercharged 11pm Casablanca Spanish Breaks £f/2/1 Digital Poundance 11pm £1/3/4 Oceana Fuzzy Logic 9pm £3.50/5/2

thursday 30 Audio Bastard Pop 11pm £f/2 Belushis Shpunked 10pm £1 Casablanca Soul & Funk 11pm Coalition Secret Discotheque 10.30pm £1-4 Honey Club Exposed 10.30pm £2 Oceana Pound Party 9pm £f/6


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Above Audio, Marine Parade [6:T] 01273 606906 Ali Cats, Brills Lane [5:R] 01273 748103 Alibi, Victoria Terrace 01273 733983 All Bar One, Pavilion Buildings [7:R] 01273 737080 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 Bar, Ship St [5:P] 01273 737322 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 Branch Tavern, 52/53 London Rd [R:14] 01273 606088 Brighton Rocks, Rock Pl 01273 601139 Bristol Bar, Paston Pl 01273 605687 Brunswick, Holland Rd [6:D] 01273 733984 Bulldog, St James St [6:V] 01273 696996 Caroline of Brunswick, Ditchling Rd [14:S] 01273 624434 Chequers, Preston St [5:J] 01273 738718 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 Cubar, Preston St [6:J] 01273 323161 Cube, Castle Sq [6:R 01273 770246 Dover Castle, Southover St [16:V] 01273 688276 Dragon, St Georges Rd 01273 690144 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 Entourage, 1 Middle St [5:O] 01273 917900 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 Gemini, 127 Kings Rd Arches [4:M] 01273 327888 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 Hanover, Queens Park Rd 01273 679902 Hartington, Whippingham Rd 01273 682874 Heart In Hand, 75 North Rd [P:10] 01273 683320 Hectors House, Grand Pde [11:T] 01273 681228 Heist, West St [7:O] 01273 822555

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Hobgoblin, York Pl [14:S] 01273 602519 Hop Poles, Middle St [5:O] 01273 710444 Hope, 11-12 Queens Rd [9:O] 01273 325793 Horatios Bar, Brighton Pier [2:T] 01273 609361 Horse & Groom, Islingword `Rd 01273 680696 Hotel Pelirocco, 10 Regency Sq [5:K] 01273 327055 Hove Kitchen, Western Rd [E:8] 08712 071917 Hub, Lewes Rd 01273 622310 The Hydrant, 75 London Rd [16:P] 01273 681163 Ink, 54-55 Meeting House Lane [6:Q] 01273 207040 Iron Duke, 3 Waterloo St [6:G] 01273 734806 JAM, 9-12 Middle St [6:O] 01273 749465 Jury’s Out, Edward St [8:V] 01273 601148 Keiters, 8 Third Ave Kendal Arms, 18 Payne Avenue, Hove 01273 329563 Kin Bar, 176 Church Rd, Hove 01273 724884 King & Queen, 13-17 Marlborough Pl [9:R] 01273 607207 Karma, Brighton Marina 01273 818000 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 Legends Bar & Club, 31-34 Marine Pde [5:V] 01273 624462 Lion and Lobster, Silwood St [6:H] 01273 327299 Lion and 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 The Medicine Chest, 51–55 Brunswick St [G:7] 01273 770002 The 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 More Bar, Trafalgar St 01273 693377 Mrs. Fitzherberts, New Rd [8:Q] 01273 682401 Norfolk, 113-114 Western Rd [7:G] 01273 733245 Oak, St James’ St 01273 699248 Office, Sydney St [12:Q] 01273 609134 OHSO Social, 250a Kings Rd Arches [4:T] 01273 746067 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 Pasha, West St [6:O] 01273 771010 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 Providence, Western Rd [7:G] 01273 727822 Pub Du Vin, 39 Park Crescent Terr 01273 604993 Pub With No Name, Southover St [13:W] 01273 601419 Pull and 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 Red Rooms, 8 Queens Rd 01273 746705 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 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 Sovereign, Preston St [6:J] 01273 323289 Sanctuary, Brunswick St East [7:F] 01273 770002 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 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] Stag Inn, Upper Bedford St Station, Goldstone Villas Sussex Yeoman, Guildford Rd [12:N] The Eddy, 67a Upper Gloucester Rd The Lecturn, 5 Pelham Terr, Lewes Rd The Neptune, Victoria Terr Temple Bar, 122 Western Rd [I:7] The Terraces, Marine Pde Thomas Kemp, 8 St George’s Rd Three Jolly Butchers, 59 North Rd [10:P] Three Graces, 168 Portland Rd Three & Ten, 10 Steine St [7:S] Tin Drum, Seven Dials [13:K] Tin Drum, Kemptown [6:U] Tin Drum, Fiveways Tin Drum, Hove [7:A] Vanilla Bar, Western Rd [8:B] Varsity, East St [5:R] Victoria, Richmond Rd Victory, 6 Duke St [6:P] Walkabout, West St [6:O] Walmer, 95 Queens Park Rd West Hill, Buckingham Pl [14:L] Western Front, 11 Cranbourne St [7:N] 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] Audio, Marine Parade [5:O] 01273 606906 B’Lo, West St [7:O] 01273 321692 Babylon Lounge, Kingsway 01273 207100 Belushi’s Below, Grand Junction Rd [5:S] 01273 202035 Brighton Ballroom, St Georges Rd 01273 605789 Brighton Coalition, 171-181 Kings Rd Arches [4:P] 01273 726858 Casablanca, Middle St [5:O] 01273 321817 Chameleon, 61a Western Rd [7:G] 01273 733870 Charles St Club, Marine Pde [5:U] 01273 624091 Clockwork Archipelago, Railway Arches, Trafalgar St 07958 250244 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] Havana Club, Regency Sq [5:K] 01273 203090 Honeyclub, Kings Rd Arches [3:R] 01273 202807 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 Loft, 10 Ship St. [5:P] 01273 328439 New Hero, Dyke Rd [8:N] 01273 208678 Oceana, West St [5:O] 01273 732627 Pavilion Tavern, Castle Sq [6:R] 01273 827641 Lo La Lo, East St [5:R] 01273 777904 Pussycat Club, 75 Grand Pde [9:S] 01273 689503 Revenge, 32 Old Steine 01273 606064 The Tube, Kings Rd Arches [4:P] 01273 725541 Tru, West St [5:O] 01273 321628 Volks, Madeira Pl [4:V] 01273 682828 The Yard, Morley St 01273 604110

cinemas Cinematheque, Middle St [6:O] Cineworld, Brighton Marina Duke of Yorks, Preston Circus [17:O] picturehouses.co.uk Odeon, West St [5:O] odeon.co.uk

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theatres&venues AM Gallery, 1 Borough St [H:8] 01273 771228 The Barcelo Ship Hotel, The Tudor Rooms, 31-38 Kings Rd [P:4] 01273 329001 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 Toy & Model Museum, 52-55 Trafalgar St [O:12] 01273 749494 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 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 Corn Exchange, Church St [9:R] 01273 709709 Freeman Centre, Uni of Sussex 01273 686758 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:I] 01273 775432 Hove Museum & Art Gallery, 19 New Church Rd 01273 290200 Impure Art, 13 Ship St 01273 732246 Ink_D Gallery, 96 North Rd 01273 645299 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 Micro, 193 Kings Rd Arches 01273 227767 Middle Street Synagogue, Middle St 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 Octopus Gallery, 28 York Pl [S:13] 07812929048 The Old Courtroom, 118 Church St [R:8] 01273 775461 Pavilion Tavern, Castle Sq [7:R] 01273 827641 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, 13 Ship St Gardens [6:P] 01273 777811 Skyline Art Gallery, Brighton Marina 0800 5118192 St George’s Church, St Georges Rd 01273 673914 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 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]

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