Buzz Radio DJ’s entertain the masses

Tweet Fresher week is almost over, or Welcome Back week for Hastings students without any freshers, and the students of Hastings all showed their support for Buzz Radio. The event took place at Hastings bar On The Rocks. Four of the regular shows played an hour set of their signature music. The night started with Abbie Jarvis and Daisy Papworth from Thanks For The Memories playing their classic pop punk anthems that got the students remembering their teenage years (even if some of the second years are still teenagers). Up next was…

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Adore Delano didn’t drag out their performance

Tweet   Brighton is known for it’s welcoming nature to the LGBT+ community and drag queens love to perform at Brighton’s biggest gay club, Revenge. Season 6 runner up on RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adore Delano graced the Revenge stage to a sold out club after four local drag queens lit up the stage before Delano. However, Delano’s show only lasted roughly 15 minutes and left many fans confused. The first drag queen was scheduled to perform at 8pm and the event, held by Eventbrite, was to end at 1am the…

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Comedy in Eastbourne: It’s No Laughing Matter

Tweet Joking around…it’s a serious business. We went into Eastbourne to find the jokers in the pack. Sam Hooley, 18, is an undergraduate student from the University of Brighton, currently studying Sports Coaching. “What has got two legs and bleeds?” James, our reporter, simply replies: “I don’t know.” Sam says “half a dog” with a smirk on his face. Sam fondly remembers seeing this joke in a Christmas cracker he received in 2012. This holiday period was particularly memorable for him as he received his first gaming console accompanied with…

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Discrimination Against Sports Stars: Guilty or Not?

Tweet By Jack Roots, Archie Griggs, Cameron Dale, Alex Nicolaou and Toby Oliver Professional sportspeople are constantly subjected to intense scrutiny from the public, pundits and fans. The high-profile nature of the job means that everything they do, even in their private life, is often broadcast to the world for the viewing pleasure of the general public. Recently, some of the world’s biggest stars including Wayne Rooney and Ben Stokes have come under fire for their antics off the field, which can threaten to jeopardise their status as role models…

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WILD LIFE Preview

Tweet WILD LIFE Preview If you thought last year’s line-up with Ice Cube was amazing, just wait until you hear the line-up for WILD LIFE 2017. Stormzy, Giggs, J Hus, Clean Bandit, and Jess Glynne are just some of the amazing acts for this year and you won’t want to miss it. WILD LIFE is hosted at Brighton City airport in Shoreham-by-Sea on Friday 9th June to Saturday 10th June and there will be shuttle buses from Brighton and Worthing going to and from the festival. The festival runs from…

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Stormzy Review | O2 Academy Bournemouth

Tweet Mosh pits, 100% energy and absolutely mental are the only words to describe Stormzy’s show. I’d give Stormzy’s sold-out show a strong 5 out of 5 stars; it was incredible. Stormzy, real name Michael Omari, is a grime and hip hop artist from London. The 23-year-old has become a huge hit after his album was released on 24 February 2017 – Gang Signs and Prayers. The album reached number one in the UK Albums Chart and has resulted in his tour being completely sold out in the UK. Stormzy…

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