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Previews


Afro Celt Sound System

Brighton Dome
Tuesday 20th November
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Sunflower Bean

The Old Market, Brighton
Wednesday 21st November
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77:78

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
Wednesday 21st November
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Jade Bird

The Haunt, Brighton
Thursday 22nd November
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Live Reviews

Easy Life – Green Door Store, Brighton
Easy Life

Green Door Store, Brighton
Pretty Vicious - Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Pretty Vicious

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton
Johnny Marr - Brighton Dome
Johnny Marr

Brighton Dome
The Blinders - The Haunt, Brighton
The Blinders

The Haunt, Brighton


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