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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Folk sounds for November!

October 31st 2013

We’ve got a busy few weeks coming up this month with a distinctly folky voice to our programming! Our month starts on 5th of November, with the sold out Staves show at St George’s Church. If you missed out on … Continue reading

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More world music for Brighton next year!

October 31st 2013

We hope you enjoyed our Tamikrest show last week as much as we did! It was great to have some Mali music in our mix and we’re excited to explore more world music artists in our 2014 shows. Get involved … Continue reading

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Tamikrest’s stunning Brighton show!

October 24th 2013

We hope you’re enjoying this blustery winter weather! If you ventured out to see Tamikrest on Tuesday we hope you enjoyed it; loads of dancing and excellent Mali percussion made for a really special night. The band have had an … Continue reading

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Coasts live in Brighton- the perfect start to your Halloween night!

October 17th 2013

With a load of plays on Radio 1 and a great summer festival season under their belts, Coasts hit Brighton this Halloween 31st October at the Green Door Store.  Fans of Foals and Friendly fires will love the Bristol based … Continue reading

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Seven Bees Café has moved to St George’s Church!

October 10th 2013

We are very excited to announce the Seven Bees café has relocated to our very own St George’s Church, Brighton. Judged “Brighton’s best fry up” by the source magazine (21st August 2013) and with a selection of breakfast treats from … Continue reading

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Seth Lakeman at St George’s Church

October 8th 2013

Let us know what you thought of Seth Lakeman’s Brighton show last week- we’re long time fans of his music, and it was a real treat to see him play in such a beautiful venue to such an appreciative audience! … Continue reading

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