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Don't miss out on Early Bird tickets for The Rock House Festival
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Don't miss out on early bird tickets for The Rock House Festival

 
 28th July     12.30pm - 10pm     Green Door Store

There are only twenty £8 early bird full day tickets for The Rock House Festival left - book now to get the cheapest priced tickets to see a full day of great music from these bands:
FRAGILE CREATURES
Fragile Creatures take you back to a golden age of British guitar music without sounding reductively retro. 

BEAT EXPRESS
Veterans of the learning disabled music scene bringing 100% BANGERS! Riding the Boogie Train since 2002!

PROJECTOR
Projector occupy the heavy space between brooding 80s darkwave and My Bloody Valentine's wall-of-sound pop.

TOO HOT FOR CANDY
Kali, Arthur and Isaac bring you a sound they describe as 'way funky'! This is music you can party to!

OTHER STATES
Other States take their notes from 60’s surf and garage, to weave a dark and rich musical tapestry.
ELECTRIC FIRE
Neon-future-funk, hip hop and house, out-of-this-world catchy songs.

FUZZBOMB FLASH BAND
Ethereal, hazy dream-pop from Brighton. 

WITCHING WAVES
A thrilling post-punk trio from London, a satisfying mix of pop sensibility and tumult.

LOUIS WALKDEN
Songs with infectious hooks and engaging lyrics.

THE STICKS
A stripped down garage party band from Brighton. 

grasshopper
Pounding post-punk and ethereal goth-wave-bollox.
 
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The next Blue Camel Club will be at The Old Market on 10th September.  We'll have music from DJ’s Monkey Boy and Cranberry, DJ Ryan, Daniel Ives and more bands to be announced. Come ready to party and dance the night away.

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Carousel Radio won the Gold Award in the Represent category at the British Podcast Awards! You can listen to our award-winning podcast wherever you get your podcasts, or by clicking below.

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MODERN MARVELS TRAVELLING FILM BOOTH
Modern Marvels is a collaboration by Carousel and Screen Archive South East, supported by Heritage Lottery Fund. Young people from Brighton and Hove were inspired by George Albert Smith and James Williamson’s films to make their own short films. These new films, and the old ones that inspired them, are currently touring the city (and beyond).

The film booth is currently at Jubilee Library in Brighton before visiting other locations. Click below to see where you can find it.
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TONIGHT! From our friends...
#FundFringe: A Midsummer Night’s Fringe
Brighton Open Air Theatre
7pm, Tuesday 3 July

Join Brighton Fringe for their summer showcase fundraising gala on July 3rd for an extravagant evening of everything Fringe! See all your Fringe favourites from the 2018 Fringe in the dreamy outdoor setting of Brighton Open Air Theatre.

You can also bid in the online auction here.
 
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