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Art Previews & Reviews in Brighton & Beyond


Ladies and gentlemen welcome to Drawing Club – where artistic creativity runs free, and phallic themes are rife (you can thank organisers Cult Milk for that). Taking place at The Hope & Ruin every 2nd Tuesday of the month, the free event sees participants attempting to draw their way to […]

Cult Milk: Drawing Club @ The Hope & Ruin (14/03/17)


Brighton theatre review game of sconess
On a Sunday afternoon in June I headed to The Warren, a ‘festival within a festival’ as part of Brighton Fringe to witness a satirical piece of theatre production from the Tobacco Tea Theatre Company. The flyer claimed “Hot Fuzz meets Game of Thrones” and I have to say that’s […]

Review: Parish Fête-ality – A Game Of Scones 22/05/16


When we think of burning logs, we would not usually associate it with intricately detailed artwork. This is no ordinary wood burning though, this is Pyrography, an artistic method where hot wire is used to burn the surface cells of timber, producing lasting coloration of the wood without application of […]

Preview: Jes Hooper at Artists Open Houses Festival



Wizard Sleeve
25 March: Wizard Sleeve – single/EP launch I had been looking forward to this night since seeing Wizard Sleeve perform at The Hope and Ruin a few weeks previously. This was not going to be a straightforward night. The event was an extremely private one,  an invite only exclusive party […]

Review: Art and Noise with Wizard Sleeve


Who is JunkSoupArt? I am an artist living in Brighton and I was diagnosed with high functioning autism a few years ago at the grand old age of 45. What do you do? I create sculpture and collages from other peoples junk. I love the idea of creating what, would […]

JunkSoupArt


My Little Theme Park When I enter a new venue and look at the stage that’s in front of me, I can’t help but imagine it as the door to an unknown theme park. I can’t wait to go inside, try all the rides and start playing around with all […]

Gili Dailes – Music & Art Photography



Nordic Giant post rock muic Brighton review of music
I’m very excited. I first met Nordic Giants at Meadowlands Festival a few years back, whilst working as a stage manager. Since then I have been more than impressed by their stage presence, artistic creativity and sound. Could Nordic Giants be the perfect package? In terms of reviews for Art […]

Nordic Giants – A Séance Of Dark Delusions


Infamous art preview Brighton Fringe
I am no stranger to strangeness and so it’s with a fair amount of excitement I bring you this preview. As part of Brighton Fringe Fest, Infamous will take place in Hove at The Dukebox Theatre on Saturday 2nd, 9th & 16th. The press release states that ‘Infamous’ “is inspired by […]

Preview: ‘Infamous’ by The Waters Sisters @ Brighton Fringe – ...


Brighton Open House Art
The Artists’ Open Houses Festival is a great chance to see local art, as well as meet the artists’ themselves. The range is delightful, with a range of style and design from sculpture to canvas. Click here to start planning your route. The festival takes place on weekends throughout May, […]

Preview: Artists’ Open Houses, May 2015



brighton independent magazine store
  Whoever said ‘print is dead’ never stepped in to Magazine Brighton. The small independent store situated on Trafalgar Street in the North Laines is a celebration of good old fashioned printed copy. Every cover is a work of art in itself and the store itself feels more like a gallery […]

Retail Therapy: Magazine Brighton



I have always been a bit of a fan of tilt shift photography, and when done right it can give a beautiful perspective to a landscape, especially cities. This video is no exception, and portrays Sydney rather magnificently.

One to watch: Tiny Sydney