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**INTERRUPTED** presents a night of live music for World Mental Health Awareness Day, which aims to promote mental wellbeing in a gig environment. It may seem obvious but there is strong evidence for the link between music and physical/mental wellbeing.

“Rhythm and its entertainment of movement (and often emotion), its power to ‘move’ people, in both senses of the word, may well have had a crucial cultural and economic function in human evolution, bring people together, producing a sense of collectivity and community.”

~ Oliver Sacks, British neurologist, naturalist and author.

All profits will be given to The Clock Tower Sanctuary who are the only drop-in service providing all-round information, advice and support to homeless young people aged 16-25 years old in Brighton & Hove. They have a team of volunteers who provide a friendly, bright, centrally-located, safe space for young people to engage with their peers and other visiting agencies – without the worry of having to share a service with older people who can be intimidating.

TCTS mission: ‘To prevent young homeless people from becoming part of the long-term homeless population’.

“The average life expectancy of a rough sleeper is 46 years old –we aim to do everything we can, with the available resources and working in partnership with local agencies, to prevent homeless young people from becoming part of that statistic in the future. The gig will raise awareness about youth homelessness and the funds raised will help us continue to provide our vital service, enabling vulnerable young people in Brighton get their lives back on track.”

~ Natalia Borg, Development Co-ordinator / The Clock Tower Sanctuary.



Brighton singer/songwriter who plays a sick Tracy Chapman cover as well her own stuff.


A Sussex based acoustic artist who sounds like Elliot Smith on a hangover.


The dark-folk solo project of Brighton based singer-songwriter Lucy Powell.


Acoustic ballad indie pop rock singer/songwriter from the south coast of England! Specializing in making really catchy pop songs drenched with handclaps, harmonies, and hooks. Sam is also the vocalist for pop-punk band The Gospel Youth. A personal favourite!



Four piece alt-rock band from Croydon, who mix grunge with indie-rock.

“A gut-punching cut of intelligent and anthemic rock, cut through with an everyday paranoia that’s destined for huge, uniting festival slots” – DIY Mag

“Probably my favorite band in the whole world” – Alex Baker, Kerrang!

£7 tickets ON THE DOOR

I look forward to seeing you all there for a night of AWESOME live music!!

Date: Mon 10th Oct 2016

Time: 7.30pm - 11pm

Admission: £7

Earlier Event: October 9
Later Event: October 11