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September 2015

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Cotch Live Presents

Miss Vincent & Night Life

+ Blue Eyed Giants

+ Late Night Run

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Cotch Live stages the Brighton date of the Miss Vincent / Night Life national tour. Support is provided from up and coming Brighton band Blue Eyed Giants and debutants Late Night Run. The evening will
feature these four hard rock bands performing to a young local audience.

Doors 7.00 Show 7.30 Price £2 adv/£4 door​

Thursday, September 10th, 2015

Catalyst Club


Monthly event which blends the old traditions of a French Salon with debating societies. Got a passion? Share it with the Catalyst Club. Three guest speakers each take to the lectern for 15 minutes to enthuse, debate and entertain on subjects that range from Voodoo to tinned meat!

Doors: 8.00 Price: £6

Friday, September 11th, 2015

Dirty Weekend

+ Dirt Royal

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Price £12.50

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

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Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

The Dark Room

A house set from Lloyd Tate

Sad Girls Club

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Price £4 Doors 7.30

Friday, September 18th, 2015

Tenderhooks

+ The FreeDub Press

+ The DBs
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Tenderhooks will be headlining another scorching night of
live music at this iconic venue. Their blend of uplifting, upbeat, singalong tunes will guarantee a high octane good times vibe.

Brighton’s very own The FreeDub Press will be supporting. They bring big-beat reggae music heavily influenced by current global issues. It’s reggae to make you move!!

The DBs start the night with their folk/rock infused psychedelic set. Mike Majendie’s
thought provoking lyrics about love and life’s experiences leave you wanting more

Doors 8.00 Show 8.30 Price £5/£4 conc

Saturday, September 19th, 2015

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

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Sunday, September 20th, 2015

Bubbles Comedy Presents

Lynn Ruth Miller and Guests

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Live TV filming

Doors 7.00 Show 8.00 Price £5

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015

Bedlam Recordings

A Mouth Full Of Matches

+ City Of Ashes & Little Ghost

+ Local Supports

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Doors 7.00

Friday, September 25th, 2015

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

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Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

Chesney Hawkes

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Born into a musical family (his father is the singer Chip Hawkes, formerly with the 1960s band The Tremeloes), Chesney Hawkes’ own career began at 19, when he appeared as the title character in the film Buddy’s Song alongside Roger Daltrey. In March 1991, he released his biggest single “The One And Only,” from the film’s soundtrack. Written By Nik Kershaw, the song was later featured in the opening credits of Doc Hollywood (1991), starring Michael J. Fox. The single spent five weeks at Number 1. It has become part of the soundtrack of a generation, and still features on radio playlists, compilations and in DJ sets everywhere. Subsequent singles also charted, including What’s Wrong With This Picture? , his 2002 collaboration with Adam Schlessinger of Fountains of Wayne, Stay Away Baby Jane and his most recent release Another Fine Mess in 2006, which was a collaboration with Nik Kershaw and saw the pairing return to the charts, 15 years after their first success. Also the title song from his first album for many years Another Fine Mess was released on the Sargent Poppy label, his own imprint. The culmination of three years’ work, it was a collection of 16 songs, all co-written by Chesney except for one track, ‘Come and Get it’, a Chesney favourite which was written by Paul McCartney and recorded by Badfinger, reaching number 4 in 1970 and later by the hugely popular Jellyfish.

Doors tbc Price £10 adv / £12 door