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Gigs of the Week: 22nd – 28th October

Gigs of the Week: 22nd – 28th October
Hannah Midgley

It’s Monday, which means Brighton Journal have curated an exclusive list of our top picks of gigs happening in Brighton & Hove this week. Compiled from a mix of international music stars, indie ensembles and local talent, there is something for every music lover this week in the city.


Monday 22nd October


Viagra Boys

Last few tickets remaining! Punk rock band from Stockholm headlines at The Pipeline for their first time in Brighton. This six-man-strong ensemble has revolutionised the music scene with their powerful political and anti-patriarchal tone, having been labelled one of Europe’s best live bands for their incomparable energy on stage. Their performance this Monday will feature music from their debut album Street Worms.

Doors open: 19:30

The Pipeline, 6 Little East St, BN1 1HT

Tickets: £7


Tuesday 23rd October



Penelope Isles

This Tuesday, head to The Green Door Store to support some local talent. Currently based between Brighton and Cornwall, the band Penelope Isles perform melodic fuzz pop with dynamics that will transfix and satisfy. “Hypnotic, chiming bedroom pop music.”

Doors Open: 19:00

The Green Door Store, Trafalgar Arches, Lower Goods Yard, Brighton Train Station, BN1 4FQ

Tickets: £5


Wednesday 24th October



Ben Claplan

Wednesday brings a five-star musical theatre/folk hybrid performance to the Old Market. Ben Claplan’s tour Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story has been described as “astonishingly captivating” by The Musical Theatre Review. Expect to see “An award-winning humorously dark folktale woven together with a high-energy concert”. Not to be missed!

Doors Open: 18:45

The Old Market, Upper Market Street, BN3 1AS

Tickets: £16-£20


Thursday 25th October


Head to Patterns nightclub this Thursday to see English singer, songwriter and rapper, GIRLI. Her music has been described by the Guardian as “bubblegum pop” as her outspoken lyrics and catchy tunes match her overtly pink style.

Doors open: 19:00

Patterns,10 Marine Parade, BN2 1TL

Tickets: £10


Friday 26th October


Our Girl

Following the release of their debut album Stranger Today, three-piece indie band Our Girl headlines in Brighton alongside local artists Breathe Panel this Friday at The Haunt.

Doors open: 19:30

The Haunt,10 Pool Valley, BN1 1UN

Tickets: £8


Saturday 27th October


Tom Odell

This critically acclaimed singer/songwriter from West Sussex rose to fame after the release of his debut album. Odell’s incredible talent on the piano and delicate, unique voice has led him to dominate the charts with singles such as “Another Love”, “Real Love” and “Hold Me”. Don’t miss out on the chance to see him perform this weekend at the Brighton Dome!

Doors Open: 18:30

Brighton Dome, Church Street, BN1 1UE

Tickets: £27.50











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