The tribal sermon according to Killing Joke

KILLING JOKE + RADICAL DANCE FACTION – CONCORDE 2, BRIGHTON 12.08.19 More than four decades after their inception, the original lineup of Killing Joke were back in Brighton as part of their ‘Laugh At Your Peril 40th Anniversary tour’ and the ‘gatherers’ dutifully attended...
Posted On 13 Aug 2019 at 8:57 pm

Penelope Isles announce Brighton gig at Chalk Live (The Haunt)

Last month saw the release of the debut album from the rather wonderfully talented Penelope Isles. Entitled ‘Until The Tide Creeps In’, the album was launched on Brighton’s in the know record label Bella Union. The 10 track disc is available in vinyl, CD as well as on cassette...
Posted On 13 Aug 2019 at 8:55 pm

Starr Trust boss says ‘I won’t walk away from King Alfred’

One of the partners in the project to replace the King Alfred Leisure Centre said today that he was still at the table. Hove businessman Rob Starr said: “I’m not walking away from this. I’ve put my time and energy into this for years.” Mr Starr, who runs the Starr Trust, said...
Posted On 13 Aug 2019 at 6:49 pm

The Selecter 40th anniversary tour continues with Sussex date

The Selecter have announced a return to Sussex in celebration of their 40th anniversary. They will be appearing at the iconic De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea on Thursday 21st November. The Selecter will be playing an extended, hit-rich set with some added live favourites...
Posted On 13 Aug 2019 at 4:30 pm

King Alfred is dead! Crest Nicholson pulls out of Hove seafront project

The developer Crest Nicholson has pulled out of the £228 million project to redevelop the King Alfred Leisure Centre on Hove seafront. The housebuilder was picked to build a new swimming pool and sports centre and 565 new homes by Brighton and Hove City Council more than three...
Posted On 13 Aug 2019 at 4:15 pm

Building work expected to displace venomous snakes behind Portslade homes

People living near a major building scheme could have venomous snakes slithering in their gardens if excavated soil is reused on the site. Adders have already been relocated once as part of plans to build 125 homes between Overdown Rise and Mile Oak Road in Portslade. Now the...