On Saturday 19th September 2015, the youngest son of revolutionary Nigerian artist Fela Kuti, Seun Kuti performed a joint show with British rapper Akala, alongside his live band, Egypt 80, at the Brighton Dome. Opening the show was DJ Prince Fatty who played a stream of reggae songs. This created […]

On Saturday 19th September 2015, Seun Kuti will be bringing an energetic performance to the Brighton Dome. Carrying on the legacy of the revolutionary Nigerian musician, Fela Kuti, Seun continues in his father’s footsteps through fusing his African heritage into his music. Performing with his live band Egypt 80, the […]

After a completely sold out run of the overall best-reviewed comedy show at Edinburgh Fringe 2014, Josie Long performs hit stand up routine ‘Cara Josephine’ at Brighton Dome. With a show named after her newly born niece, Long takes a different perspective from her previous three politically themed shows, providing […]

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