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Technology Is Not Neutral 2nd-25th September
This brilliant exhibition investigates the work of a group of women artists in the field of digital art; an environment women are often unfairly under represented in. The show includes work by pioneering and established artists, working in a wide range of themes and approaches. Artworks span from fashion to performance and offer a wide picture of digital practices. phoenixbrighton.org
Treasure Island 7th-16th September
Formerly London Road’s Emporium Theatre, 88 London Road have aligned with the Brighton Open Air Theatre for a production of the classic children’s tale, Treasure Island. Along with plenty of swashes being buckled, attendees can expect a singing and dancing variant with an appropriate seaside glimpse on the horizon, all from the team that brought you previous productions of ‘The Jungle Book’ and ‘Sleeping Beauty’. 88londonroad.com
Michele Stodart 27th September
Not long after the Magic Numbers had taken the world by storm, Michele left her sibling Romeo to become a fully fledged solo artist with her debut, ‘Wide-Eyed Crossing’. Four years later she has unleashed her latest collection, ‘Pieces’, which saw her writing songs away from her guitar and structuring them when she was confident that they had earned their place on the record. Komedia.co.uk/brighton
Boundary Festival 17th September
This new south coast music festival announced a stellar cast including Craig David for their Brighton debut event offering a heady close to summer and welcoming locals and students back to their stomping ground. Boundary festival showcases the hottest local talent alongside dance music legends such as Seth Troxler, Joy Orbison, Wilkinson, Bondax, Jungle, Snake Hips, Toddla T, Tom Trago, Congo Natty ft. Congo Dubz and more. Boundarybrighton.com
Sasha 16th September
Award-winning DJ Sasha will be flexing his ‘decks-ing’ muscles at the Concorde for the opening night of new expertly curated clubbing programme, ‘Extended’. Unsurprisingly, Sasha will be playing a long-lasting set of smooth electronica and euphoric house after a summer of touring the worldwide festival circuit. An evening in the adept hands of one of the original 90s ‘superstar’ DJs is not to be missed. Concorde2.co.uk