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Thursday, October 7th, 2021


Doors 19:10, starts at 19:45 (times may change slightly) /


Trevor Horn is a legendary record producer and a musician. His first major work was as part of The Buggles, best known for the number one hit Video Killed the Radio Star. He went on to produce many classic singles and albums of the eighties. Singles Trevor oversaw, with a major input into their sound, include Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s Relax and Two Tribes, Grace Jones’ Slave to the Rhythm, ABC’s The Look of Love and Malcolm McLaren’s Buffalo Gals. He also produced the albums they came from. He co-formed renowned electronic group The Art of Noise, known for the singles Close to the Edit and Moments in Love. Trevor’s other production work was for artists such as Seal, Pet Shop Boys, Rod Stewart and many others. Before becoming a full-time producer, he was a member of Yes. Trevor later produced and co-wrote the band’s huge hit, Owner of a Lonely Heart.


Brian Johnson began his special effects career in the fifties before his first major work, which was on Gerry Anderson’s Thunderbirds. He worked on 21 episodes of the classic TV series, broadcast in 1965 and 1966. He later oversaw the effects on Anderson’s Space: 1999 and designed the Eagle spacecraft. Brian’s work on that series was an influence on Star Wars. He went on to play a part in the special effects of its sequel, The Empire Strikes Back. Before that, he was special effects supervisor on Alien and later its sequel, Aliens, for which he won a BAFTA. Brian has won two Oscars, for Alien and The Empire Strikes Back.

Sunday, October 24th, 2021

Peter Kropotkin & Brighton’s Radical Heritage: A Centennial Celebration

24 October, 4-10pm, The Latest Music Bar, Manchester Street

£15 / £12 Student Concession
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Robb Johnson:

Highly acclaimed UK singer-songwriter Robb Johnson headlines this day of celebration of ‘The Anarchist Prince’, his historical connections to Brighton and the enduring relevance of his thought, playing a range of his folk protest classics. In 2018 Robb released Ordinary Giants, a critically acclaimed 3 CD song suite based on his father’s life & times. Robb was also commissioned to perform the songs for Hartlepool’s 2019 Festival concert Your Affectionate Son.

“An English original” (Robin Denselow, The Guardian)
“one of our best singer-songwriters ever” (Mike Harding, Music Journalist)
“a wonderful mixture of the personal & political… A really moving piece of work” (Billy Bragg on Gentle Men song suite)


Peter Kropotkin:

Peter Kropotkin was the foremost theorist of the anarchist movement, with books continuing to influence those seeking a society based on freedom, equality and mutual aid. This October to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of his death and to introduce his ideas to a wider audience, we are hosting a celebration of the ‘Anarchist Prince’. Spending some of his years in exile in Brighton, Kropotkin’s life is woven into the rich history of the Kemp Town area. A geographer by profession, Kropotkin was also a forerunner of today’s ecologists and one of the first to challenge Darwin’s theory of survival of the fittest with his insistence that humans also co-operate to survive- a notion that grew into the widespread philosophy of Mutual Aid.


Programme of Events:

4.00 Doors open: Bookshop Stall & authors. Bar & Snacks available

4.30  Guest Speakers including Professor Brian Morris, anthropologist and author of The Anarchist Geographer (2007) plus other talks on Kropotkin & the continuing relevance of his environmental, political & social theories

5.30 Film of Brighton’s socialist history walk by Jon Mason  social history researcher and professional storyteller.

7.00 Robb Johnson Set



Monday, October 25th, 2021


Doors 19:10, starts at 19:45 (times may change slightly) /


Stuart Maconie hosts BBC Radio 6 Music’s weekend breakfast show with Mark Radcliffe and also The Freak Zone on the station. As a music journalist, he wrote for magazines such as Q, Mojo and the NME. He also contributed to Select magazine, in which he coined the word Britpop in its April 1993 issue. Stuart’s books include Cider with Roadies, about his music journalism career, Pies and Prejudice: In Search of the North and The Nanny State Made Me: A Story of Britain and How to Save It. He has also written official books on the bands Blur and James.


Kevin Cummins is among the world’s leading music photographers. He is best known for photographing many iconic bands, singers and musicians, such as The Smiths, Joy Division, David Bowie, Patti Smith, Madonna, Oasis and Sex Pistols. Much of his work was at the NME, where he was its chief photographer for 10 years. Kevin also contributed to magazines such as The Face and Manchester’s renowned what’s on guide, City Life. He has published many books featuring his photographs, including on the Manic Street Preachers, Morrissey and Britpop. More on him can be seen at