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Gigs of the Week: 26th November – 1st Decemeber

Gigs of the Week: 26th November – 1st Decemeber
Hannah Midgley
  • On November 26, 2018
  • http://www.brightonjournal.co.uk

Once again, Brighton Journal have compiled a list of our top picks of gigs happening in Brighton this week! The city’s ever-changing, dynamic music scene offers something for everyone, from chill indie rock to folk, from punk and pop to electronic techno.

 

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Monday 26th November – Matt Maltese @The Haunt

Kickstarting another week of fabulous music in Brighton, is Matt Maltese with his Bad Contestant tour. Described as the creator of ‘Brexit Pop’, Matt’s alternative lyric and beautiful tone has once labelled him as “The songwriting prodigy of the apocalypse”.

The Haunt,10 Pool Valley, Brighton, BN1 1NJ | Tickets £10

 

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Tuesday 27th November – Raleigh Ritchie @ Concorde 2

Raleigh Ritchie (Jacob Anderson) may be most famously known for his role in Game of Thrones as Grey Worm. However, the British actor is also an accomplished rapper and song-writer. His debut album, You’re A Man Now, Boy received rave reviews, with the artist collecting over 70k likes on Facebook. Headlining at Brighton’s Concorde 2, Raleigh Ritchie is a gig not to miss!

Concorde 2, 286A Madeira Dr, Brighton, BN2 1EN | Tickets £15.95 | 14+

 

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Wednesday 28th November – Chastity @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

Headlining at one of Brighton’s favourite venues, Canadian singer Chastity (Brandon Williams) “challenges the feeling of youth on the fringe” through music. Brandon’s punk music has been described as “music in a space of urgency, melody and chaos.”

Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, 9-12 Middle St, Brighton, BN1 1AL | Doors 8pm

 

Thursday 29th November – 999 @ Prince Albert Pub

London formed English punk-rock band 999 are one of the longest-lived punk groups of the era. Headlining at Brighton’s most popular pub, The Prince Albert, 999 is a powerful live act not to miss! Named after the UK’s emergency telephone number, audiences can expect a high impact, punk performance that has made the ensemble recognisable since it first formed in 1976.

Prince Albert, 48 Trafalgar St, Brighton BN1 4ED | Tickets £13.50

 

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Friday 30th November – Rhytmn of the 90s @ Patterns

If you LOVE and live for 90s dance music, you wont want to miss this gig. This seven-strong ensemble have headlined at Glastonbury, as well as other major festivals across the county. Serving you all the 90s classics at Brighton nightclub, Patterns.

Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL | Tickets £22.50 | 18+ only

 

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Saturday 1st December – Lea Michele and Darren Criss @ Brighton Centre

Two Glee alum reunite on an even bigger stage! The iconic Lea Michele and Darren Criss headline at the Brighton Centre this weekend as part of their co-headline World Tour. Featuring songs from Broadway, Glee, and their solo albums, this iconic duo are sure to exceed expectations.

The Brighton Centre, Kings Rd, Brighton, BN1 2GR | Tickets £20-£47.50

 

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