latest music bar brighton
hottest party music bar
telephone number

2020

November | December

Saturday, November 14th, 2020

Osaro & Mick Fuller

Live performance + screening of Blackness The Inspiration film. Joining Osaro, chart-topping Spotify dance music creator and singer, is legendary Brighton DJ Mick Fuller, the daddy of house music, radio presenter of SoulShyne, DJ for numerous live acts including Sister Sledge, Candi Staton, Average White Band and many more.

Blackness The Celebration is supported by Arts Council England & Sussex Community Foundation

Doors 3pm



Saturday, November 21st, 2020

Osaro & Mick Fuller

Live performance + screening of Blackness The Inspiration film. Joining Osaro, chart-topping Spotify dance music creator and singer, is legendary Brighton DJ Mick Fuller, the daddy of house music, radio presenter of SoulShyne, DJ for numerous live acts including Sister Sledge, Candi Staton, Average White Band and many more.

Blackness The Celebration is supported by Arts Council England & Sussex Community Foundation

Doors 3pm

Blackness, The Celebration

Latest Group CIC is proud to host Blackness The Celebration, a festival which showcases talent and culture from our community. It features a series of televised interviews with fascinating people from all walks of the community, has been screening on local TV throughout the UK during Black History Month to massive acclaim. Musician and businessman Osaro Ogbeide has hosted the series of programmes and is the project leader for the festival.

Latest Group CIC is launching a major new public exhibition of material that highlights the cultural influence of these artists and musicians in the UK and particularly in Brighton & Hove. Using archive posters to create a vibrant display of media, the external walls of Latest Musicbar, the city’s popular music, arts and culture venue, will be totally clad with stunning images. The format was pioneered in 2019 for Latest Group CIC’s exhibition Live & Let Live, a season of exhibits, films and live events
celebrating the city’s LGBTQ+ community and history. Across three months the external exhibition was seen by over 100,000 people, both locals and visitors – and the response was massive – a real conversation starter that prompted people to not only comment and discuss but to engage and contribute new material.

Doors tbc