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Eurovision Song Contest: ‘The Nation Decides’ in Brighton - how to get your tickets

Brighton will be hosting the UK national selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in February.

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Little Baroque Company 'bird' violinists John Crockatt and Helen Kruger

REVIEWS: Brighton Early Music Festival 2017

‘Tales In Music: The Pigeon & the Albatross’ – Little Baroque Company at The Komedia Studio on Saturday November 11 (11.15am).

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Steps

Steps, Aqua and Blue set to perform at Ardingly

Steps have returned to claim their pop crown once again.

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Charlie Moss

New single from Brighton's Charlie Moss

Brighton-based singer-songwriter Charlie Moss launches his new single Into My Soul at a headline gig at Komedia in Brighton on November 19.

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Matthew Trusler. Picture by Sheila Rock

REVIEW: Fine BPO concert brings conflict to mind

Solo violinist Matthew Trusler caught the dissonance of war in his marvellously projected Britten Violin Concerto in D Minor at The Dome, Brighton, in the Remembrance Sunday concert.

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Alison Moyet with Samaritans volunteers

Alison Moyet donates concert cash to Samaritans

Singer Alison Moyet performed at the Brighton Dome on Wednesday (November 8), in a hometown gig for Samaritans.

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Orfeo

Review: ORFEO

BRIGHTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017

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Carol

30 years since China In Your Hand hit number one!

Carol Decker marks the 30th anniversary of China In Your Hand reaching number one in the UK music charts with a set of live shows, including Brighton’s Concorde 2 on November 24.

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BREMF

REVIEW: Brighton Early Music Festival 2017

Calcutta, Ensemble Tempus Fugit at St Bartholomew’s Church
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Chelys Consort of Viols

Name that tune.... renaissance style!

Chelys Consort of Viols will encourage you to Name That Tune in a special event for this year’s Brighton Early Music Festival.

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Boyband Blue are coming to Brighton

All rise! Blue to hold Brighton book signing

In a treat for Brighton boyband fans, the boys from Blue are visiting Churchill Square this Sunday (November 5).

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Fournier Trio - Pei-Jee Ng, Sulki Yu, Chiao-Ying Chang - pic by Kaupo Kikkas

REVIEW: Fournier Trio

Coffee Concert at The Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, Sussex University on Sunday, October 29 (11am). Chiao-Yung Chang (piano – Taiwanese British), Sulki Yu (violin – Korean), Pei-Jee Ng (cello – Chinese Australian).

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Ensemble Moliere: Pygmalion

REVIEW: Brighton Early Music Festival 2017

Sunday October 29, Sallis Benney Theatre 3pm and 5.30pm – Pygmalion (music, Jean-Phillipe Rameau; libretto, Ballot de Sauvot) and Dance Sweets! Musical direction, Satoko Doi-Luck; Stage direction, Karolina Sofulak; Animation artist, Kate Anderson.
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Toby Carr

REVIEW: Introducing the Lute, Brighton Early Music Festival

‘Introducing The Lute’ Workshop given by Toby Carr in Brighton Early Music Festival’s pre-opening night run-up at The Rose Hill Arts Centre.

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Morrissey

Morrissey announces Brighton date

Former Smiths frontman Morrissey, still as outspoken as ever, is likely to pack out the venues on his latest arena tour announced today (October 27).

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Turbowolf

Turbowolf bring their unique rock mixture to Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Turbowolf perform at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton, on Monday, October 30 (7.30pm).

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Lightyear

Lightyear provide punk, ska and a little bit of reggae at Brighton’s Haunt

Rated one of the best live bands in the UK, Lightyear are back together for their 20th anniversary with a tour taking in The Haunt, Brighton, on October 28 (7pm, £12).

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Martin Alvarado. Picture by Andrey Mikhaylov

Argentinian tango singer Martin Alvarado set for Brighton gig

Argentinian tango singer Martin Alvarado – dubbed an Alfie Boe of the tango world – is in concert at St George’s Church, Brighton, on November 3 (8pm).

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Ensemble Moliere

Ensemble Molière at the Brighton Early Music Festival

Ensemble Molière will take Jean-Philippe Rameau’s opera Pygmalion to the streets of 21st-century Paris in a new staging by emerging director Karolina Sofulak.

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DArcy Trinkwon. Picture by Michel Focard de Fontefiguieres

Free concert from Sussex University organist D’Arcy Trinkwon

The increasingly successful series 45 Minutes of Music has resumed for the new academic year in The Meeting House, University of Sussex, Brighton.

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