Links and listings

page for gigs & clubs along the south coast of England from Bournemouth to Brighton (and all points in between...)

If you have any music related info, gig dates, band news, venue updates etc that you would like to see on this page, then please get in touch.



The Mud Club - Located in sunny Bognor Regis, about 8Km south of Chichester, sets the standard that other clubs should aspire to acheive.

Thursdays - In a country house a couple of kilometers out of town, club nights take place on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (strangely not on Thursdays). There is a free night bus service to and from the city.

Breakneck - A little further afield, this club takes place about once a month at South Parade Pier in Southsea. Two rooms playing both kinds of music, drum & bass and techno.

Concorde 2 - Again a bit of a hike from Chichester to London-sur-mer (Brighton) but well worth it.



Pickford (left) - Top four piece covers band based in Littlehampton. They play pubs and private functions all over the south and always get the crowd up and (dad) dancing. A must-see.


Rolling Dog - Young five piece band that combine high-octane, punky structures with dancetastic beats, delicious melodies and bookish lyrics to create perfect fashionista-pop. The result is the self-styled genre known as "Indiedancecore"™.


Wedgewood Rooms - In nearby Southsea. Indie bands, club nights, comedy nights etc.

Brighton Centre - Slightly bigger and more mainstream bands. Kaiser Chiefs play there soon on April 25th.

Brighton Dome - Wide diversity of bands, musicians and dance. Coldcut play there next week on April 19th.




Womad (right) - Every July at Reading. World music mainly but it's gone a bit strokey chin since BBC Radio 3 got in on the act.

Glastonbury - 2007 sold out in about 3 1/2 hours :( as anyone who tried to get tickets will know. If you got lucky, well done! Let us know what it was like.

Isle Of Wight - Rolling Stones, Echo & The Bunnymen... should be fantastic! Hendrix played his last ever live show here you know.

Reading - Legendary no-brainer rock fest.

Hi-Fi South - Started out as Tribal Gathering and evolved into the legendary May Bank Holiday all-nighter Homelands and after 2005's disappointing attendance transformed again to become a two day blast - BAD idea. Took place at Matterly Bowl near Winchester. R.I.P.