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Saturday, June 1st, 2019

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at

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Monday, June 3rd, 2019

Brighton Groove Project


Brighton Groove Project is an acid jazz and funk fusion jam night open to all musicians and music lovers. Backline, keys and drums provided.

The music is improvised around a riff or simple chord progression, with the groove as the guide.

Someone calls a key and starts a riff and everyone brings their sound to the mix. It’s a great opportunity to stretch out, work on your improvising or just dance to the funky grooves. Everyone is welcome.

Doors 8.30pm
£free entry

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

Action For Happiness

Relationships: How To be A Better Partner

Relationships can be one of our biggest sources of Happiness (or of unhappiness!).

GOOD IN LOVE – how to be a better partner

Most of us desire being in a loving relationship, and there is room for us all to be better partners.
Couples therapist Lilliana Gibbs spells out 5 things that are best avoided, and 5 things to do much more often – these will increase connection, satisfaction and happiness.

The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return – Eden Ahbez

Lilliana says:
“I believe the purpose of life is to enjoy being who we are; to love and be loved, and to use our talents to fulfil our needs and satisfy our desires. And for this we need to keep growing our self-awareness and stretching our potential.”

Lilliana Gibbs is a successful relationship counsellor who practises in Kensington and Lewes.

Doors 6.30pm
£donations on the door

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

Brighton Metropolitan College Creative Music Exhibition

Thursday, June 6th, 2019

The Dark + Icarus Falls + Aren Drift

The Dark is a Brighton, UK based Rock / Alternative / Industrial project originating in Los Angeles, CA in 2015.

Fronted by singer / guitarist Brandon Ashley, The Dark is a band formed by guitarist Rob Trendy and bassist Samwise J Forrester (former King Leviathan bassist). Additional live drums are provided by drummer Oscar Behrens.

Their music will remind you of bands like The Killers, Filter, Orgy, Nine Inch Nails, She Wants Revenge, White Stripes. The sound is influenced by elements of Grunge, 90’s Rock and heavy Industrial mixed with catchy guitar riffs and gritty, melodic vocals.

The Dark debut album “Live. Create. Destroy.” dropped on May 3rd 2018, exclusively premiered on ‘Pure Grain Audio’ along with their single video release “Dirty Girl” exclusively premiered on ‘’.

With support from Icarus Falls & Aren Drift

Top notch local music at a cheap and cheerful price of £3 ADV. or £5 On The Door

Either way you’ll receive a wristband upon entry.

Doors open at 8pm

Friday, June 7th, 2019

Love Thy Neighbour presents

Nell Bryden

With this tour, Nell has gone back to her roots and followed the traditional sonic footsteps of her idols Dusty Springfield, Aretha Franklin and Carole King. Having just recorded an album (to tape!) – of all new songs at Ray Davies Konk Studios in London, Nell’s new EP is called “Soundtrack to Little Wing – Part 1,” which is a reference to Nell’s soon to be released debut novel, for which this music is a companion album. In her return to Brighton, you can expect a soulful, heartfelt performance from New Yorker Nell and her band – an artist who is at her most comfortable on the road.

Doors 7.30pm


Sunday, June 9th, 2019

As December Falls

+ Idle Crooks & Englishmen

+ Out Cold

+ Crowhouse

Pop-Punk heroes As December Falls will be here in Brighton headlining the bar in support of their recently released debut album.

Doors 7pm

Tickets are £7.00


Tuesday, June 11th, 2019


TIM POPE: Tim Pope has directed a wide range of films, documentaries and music videos. He is perhaps best known for making many music videos for The Cure, such as The Love Cats, In Between Days and Close to Me. He also directed the forthcoming concert film on the band. Tim has also worked with artists such as David Bowie, Fatboy Slim, Queen, Iggy Pop, Neil Young, Talk Talk and Wham!. His 1991 short film, PHONE, starred Bill Pullman, Linda Blair and Amanda Plummer. He also directed THE CROW: CITY OF ANGELS. In 2018, Tim made an ITV documentary on actress and singer Sheridan Smith, COMING HOME. Tim’s concert films include THE DAVID BOWIE 50TH BIRTHDAY CONCERT. Some of his most known music videos were for Men Without Hats’ THE SAFETY DANCE and Soft Cell’s SEX DWARF, which was banned.

SIMON HEATH: Simon Heath is Executive Producer of LINE OF DUTY and BODYGUARD. He also produced other popular and acclaimed television dramas, such as SAVE ME, broadcast on Sky Atlantic. He is also Creative Director and CEO of World Productions, which is behind those and other series’. Simon joined the company in 1997, becoming Head of Drama in 2002 and ran World Productions since 2010. He is currently working on ANNE, an ITV series on Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams. His TV career began on teen drama BYKER GROVE, which he script-edited and wrote for. LINE OF DUTY and BODYGUARD are among the BBC’s most popular and watched drama series’ in many years. Simon has worked closely with creator and writer Jed Mercurio on bringing them to the screen.

There’s also a raffle, with many fabulous prizes.

Tuesday June 11th / Doors 19:15, starts at 19:45 (times may change slightly) / £16 / Book at / Sponsored by Brighton Film School

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

Catalyst Club

This monthly event which blends the old traditions of a French Salon with debating societies. Got a passion? Share it with the Catalyst Club. Three guest speakers each take to the lectern for 15 minutes to enthuse, debate and entertain on subjects that range from Voodoo to tinned meat!

Doors: 7.30pm Show 8pm

Price: £7

Saturday, June 15th, 2019

Private Party

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Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Angus Munro

Angus Munro is an exciting emerging talent on the Scottish music scene for which The Scotsman described him as ‘soulful and outrageous …the highest range I’ve ever seen’; The Herald said he is ‘tightly energetic and precisely punchy’ and BBC Radio Scotland rated him as ‘the best artist we’ve ever had in session.’ March 18th 2019 marks the launch of his stunning debut deluxe edition EP Mirror Man, featuring 5 self-penned songs and three new demo tracks, released on Councillor Records. Scottish fans will see him performing next year at the Queen Margaret Union in Glasgow and Sofar Sounds Sessions in Aberdeen. Angus Munro was born in Sidcup, in 1987 to an Italian father and Scottish mother, like his contemporary Paolo Nutini. He describes himself as the thorn between two roses, his beautiful two sisters. By the age of 3 Angus developed Glue Ear which caused deafness which impacted his development. He says he lost his ability to walk, talk and communicate with those around him. It put him back by about two years at which point he was diagnosed with Dyspraxia a development coordination disorder.

His early education was reinforced with additional support with his mobility, communication and learning skills which he credits with helping him keep up with his peers. Although, during this time, he recalls being an isolated child, it was also a period which informed his performing skills. He discovered two passions: puppets and cartoons. He would stage shows for his sisters and friends and would affect very high voices for his characters. Angus attributes this ‘vigorous vocal muscular training’ to being able to sing falsetto. He now enjoys a five octave range which puts him in league with Maria Carey. Angus overcame his relentless bullying by immersing himself in music and writing.

By the age of 24, Angus was a student in Scotland and in addition faced numerous personal challenges which included the loss of his ‘best friend’; his father committed suicide. Diagnosed with depression Angus too, he found an outlet through writing songs at the piano and singing. Open mic nights, stand up evening and workshops provided a means through which he could relate and understand his experiences. Angus adds ‘Over the years, I learned that the person I would affect onstage was my real self and I became more confident in not only who I was but talking about mental health as a whole’. As Angus becomes more recognised his fans liken him to The Divine Comedy, Ron Sexsmith and Rufus Wainwright. This makes him ecstatic as it is the fans who understand him and his music and support him.

Doors 7.30pm


Sunday, June 23rd, 2019

Sussex Refugee and Migrant Self Support Group presents

Bakk Lamp Fall


Bashir Al Gamar

This event brings together migrants and refugees with musical talent to play the music of they country of origin to celebrate cultural diversity & break down borders.

Music Make no sense restricted within national borders. Come and celebrate diversity at our night of genre bending delicious joy.

Bakk Lamp Fall: West African Fusion – with roots in Baye Fall Sufism from Touba (Senegal). The line-up of the band comprises outstanding West-African percussion accompanied by an ensemble of eminent UK instrumentalists, topped with the awesome vocal power of their Senegalese singer Khadim Sarr.

tAngerinecAt: Queer Anarchist Feminist Band.
Raw powerful cinematic electronica with punk attitude. Stunning lead hurdy-gurdy with effect pedals, fierce yet tender vocals, personal political lyrics, floaty flutes, massive drone bass and DIY samples seamlessly combine with industrial-rave beats in an utterly captivating show. A collaboration between Ukrainian born Eugene Purpurovsky and English born Paul Chilton.

Live Video: https://youtu/be/tlDutnqlLfE

Bashir Al Gamar was born in Sudan, he came to England in 1993, after being imprisoned for his poem ‘Patience on a beach’ Since then he has lived in Brighton.
Bashir is a poet, songwriter and composer, since 1991 he has written and composed more than 40 poems and songs, mainly in Arabic. Most of them are well known in his home country, Sudan. Some of his songs have been recorded by Sudanese National TV and radio. At present he is working on a new collection of poetry called ‘Rhythm and Resonance’ He is also planning to perform his poetry in several countries with a Sudanese singer.

Bashir has taken part in several art exhibitions and poetry readings in the UK, in Cardiff, London, Liverpool and Bristol. He is a well known proponent of the Oud.

His poetry and music mainly deal with his homeland, exile, human suffering and love. He writes in either classical Arabic, or in Sudanese local dialect. The words contain many emotions, images and metaphors and are written in a musical rhythmic language.

This is a studio recording:

Who we are:
Sussex Refugee and Migrant Self Support Group is a refugees and migrants led support group which places individuals at the centre of their own legal, immigration and political struggles by rejecting traditional top-down advice models. Instead, we, migrants and refugees trapped on the wrong side of the Home Office, work collectively to fight for our right to remain. It is also a way of building community resilience.

Doors 7pm

Tickets – 15/10


Friday, June 28th, 2019

Maracatu Night

Bringing you the resistance rhythms from Brazil, the group of Maracatu Cruzeiro do Sul welcome you to a night of Brazilian vibe. This tropical night consists of dance workshop to all levels, live Batucada (drumming), Maracatu dancers, coco de roda, plus Forro, Dj e muito mormaço (Coastal heat).

*Extra, Extra*
We are pleased to announce that we will have an all levels Samba Reggae and Maracatu dance workshop with Ricardo Axe from 9-10pm.

Doors 9pm-late