Monakis to headline at Brighton’s Green Door Store

Friday 14th October is certainly hotting up as one of THE exciting dates on the Brighton gig calendar if you love up-and-coming loud in-yer-face indie bands! Bangin’ local trio Monakis have announced that they will be headlining at the popular Green Door Store on that night and...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 5:26 pm

Man knocked out cold in serious assault in Brighton today

A man was knocked out during a serious assault in Brighton early this morning (Thursday 22 September), Sussex Police said. The force issued an appeal for witnesses and information and said: “Police are investigating an assault in Brighton on Thursday morning in which a man was...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 5:11 pm

Buddhist monk jailed for sex attacks on girls

A Buddhist monk has been jailed for two years for indecently assaulting two girls after winning the trust of their families. Koji Takeuchi, who calls himself Buddha Maitreya, pleaded guilty to three counts of sexually abusing the two girls who were about 12 years old at the time...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 4:08 pm

Rain gives Sussex stay of execution at Durham

Durham took one wicket at the Seat Unique Riverside before rain intervened to halt their charge for victory against Sussex. The wet weather means that the game will be taken into the final day. Only 14 balls were delivered today (Thursday 22 September) but Ben Raine still found...

The Big Moon shine bright at Concorde 2 even without their missing instruments

THE BIG MOON + GENTLY TENDER + CLT DRP – CONCORDE 2, BRIGHTON 20.9.22 This week The Big Moon finally got to start their much postponed UK tour in Sheffield with the second date on Tuesday at Concorde 2 in Brighton. So delayed it could be said they were touring two album...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 3:43 pm

Hangleton Brass Band achieves top notes at national championships

A Hove brass band is celebrating success in the national finals of the National Brass Band Championships last weekend. Hangleton Brass Band came eighth out of the top 16 Fourth Section bands in the country when they competed on Sunday, 18 September. The group has also been...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 1:58 pm

First snails, then dogs – now Shaun the Sheep trail set to hit Brighton and Hove

A Brighton charity has announced the follow up to its popular snail and Snowdog art trails will be Shaun the Sheep. Martlets Hospice’s previous art trails saw local businesses sponsoring and hosting statues of snails and Snowdogs – and more businesses are being asked...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 1:39 pm

Fatboy Slim plays intimate Boutique hometown set

FATBOY SLIM – RESIDENT, BRIGHTON 20.9.22 It’s hard to believe that over two decades have passed since Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook brought Brighton, Hove and the A23 to a standstill with his legendary ‘Big Beach Boutique II’ which attracted around a quarter of a...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 1:36 pm

Sea Lanes units opening delayed by Speed Trials crash damage

The opening of the commercial units at the new Sea Lanes swimming pool has been delayed by months because of damage caused by a crash at this month’s Speed Trials. Sea Lanes today announced the first of the tenants who were due to move in before Christmas – and who...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 12:17 pm

Brighton school remains ‘inadequate’ says watchdog – but on track to improve

A Brighton school remains “inadequate”, according to the official education watchdog Ofsted after a monitoring visit. Homewood College, in Queensdown School Road, off Lewes Road, Brighton, is though taking steps to improve, the government watchdog said. A letter was published...
Posted On 22 Sep 2022 at 9:33 am
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