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Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

Cafe Bar

Cafe Psychologique presents: Crisis and Catastrophe – Is Mass Panic A Myth?

Our upcoming speaker Dr Chris Cocking’s blog, “Don’t Panic!” seeks to redress media bias in the reporting of incidents of emergency crowd behaviour, both during and in the aftermath. For example, when official government advice for what to do in the event of a terrorist attack is “Run, Hide, Tell!” is it fair to describe those that fled in the false alarm Oxford Circus ‘attack’ panicked or to characterise this as a “stampede”?

There are many more examples, I highly recommend for anyone coming to the cafe this month to give it a read and to think about the way groups affiliated with you have reacted in the case of crises.


Cafe PsychBright is a space to talk about life over a drink from a psychological perspective. Each month brings a new presenter to introduce a topic based on their expertise, but the audience sets the agenda.


Doors 6.30pm

Talk & Q&A 7-8.30pm


Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

One Inch Badge (in association with Creative Artists Agency) Present


+ Support

Doors 19:30
14+ show 

Tickets: £7 adv/£10 door

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Open Stage

Doors 7.30pm

£free entry

Friday, April 27th, 2018

Brighton Noise presents

After the roaring success of their ‘C’est Bon’ single launch with Porridge Radio & Jungfrau, Red Deer People are back for round two at Latest Music Bar to celebrate the release of their new single ‘It Comes In Waves’ with Desire & Dog of Man.

RED DEER PEOPLE (Red Deer People)

Formed in Brighton in 2015, Red Deer People have spent the last two years writing, recording and playing shows up and down the U.K. supporting the likes of Algiers, Traams, Public Access TV and Ulrika Spacek. Musically they mix the motoric drum beats and driving bass-lines of krautrock, with effects heavy guitars and the experimentation and energy of post-punk.

They released their single “C’est Bon” on 7″ vinyl and CD in November.

DESIRE (Desire)

Brighton Noise‘s new favourite outfit. Their love of noise almost drowns out their songwritng chops. Almost.


DOG OF MAN (Dog of Man)

Dog of man bring a miasma of fizzing electric accordion and angular guitar together in a glorious cacophony of bitcrushed, ambient and melodic acid-punk that will leave your jaw hanging beside your pasty pale ankles. We are a Brighton Based band who love to make music and play shows in dirty house parties and cult gatherings.


Doors 8pm

TICKETS £3 ADV /£5 OTD (Resident Brighton/ We Got Tickets (www.wegottickets.com/event/431409)

Saturday, April 28th, 2018

Free Bitcoin!

BitBrighton presents a day of Bitcoin films at the Latest Bar, Saturday 28th April. Tickets are free, please click the link to book. 

Magic Money: The Bitcoin Revolution (Journeyman Pictures 2018)

Trust Disrupted: Bitcoin and the Blockchain (TechCrunch 2016) 

Blockchain vs. Bullshit: Thoughts on the Future of Money – a presentation by Andreas Antonopolous (2017)


Screen times 

12:00 Magic Money (60 mins)

13:00 Trust Disrupted: Bitcoin and the Blockchain (45mins)

13:45 Blockchain vs. Bullshit Thoughts on the Future of Money  (30mins)

14:30 Magic Money (60mins)

15:30 Trust Disrupted: Bitcoin and the Blockchain (45mins)

16:30 Blockchain vs. Bullshit Thoughts on the Future of Money  (30mins)