Koop Projects

Koop Projects

10/02 – 03/03/2024 KOOP PROJECTS is pleased to announce a group exhibition of Photography by queer artists from South Africa and Sussex. A first of its kind in Brighton, the city at the centre of LGBTQ+ culture in the United Kingdom, the exhibition brings...
Bombay Bicycle Club – 3/2

Bombay Bicycle Club – 3/2

Named after a chain of now defunct Indian restaurants in North London, the band were formed in 2005 by Jack Steadman, Jamie MacColl (nephew of Kirsty) and Suren de Saram (the son of Sri Lankan cellist Rohan) when they met at school. After a couple of years they had...
Bill Bailey – 21/2

Bill Bailey – 21/2

This comedian, musician, writer, actor, director and presenter has become a household name over the last few years. He began his career in the early 1980s as part of double act the Rubber Bishops with old school friend Toby Longworth. After both Longworth and his...
Gok Wan (Dj Set) – 24/2

Gok Wan (Dj Set) – 24/2

Leicester born Gok Wan MBE is a fashion consultant, author, television presenter, actor, chef and DJ. He trained in the performing arts before entering the fashion business. In 2006 he was employed by Channel 4 to present the show How to Look Good Naked which went on...
Frankie Boyle – 24/2

Frankie Boyle – 24/2

For one night only, Scotland’s most controversial comedian is back in Brighton. Although he first gained widespread recognition as a regular panellist on the BBC show Mock the Week where his cynical, graphic and dark sense of humour propelled him into the mainstream,...
Brighton Tattoo Convention – 24-25/2 

Brighton Tattoo Convention – 24-25/2 

Starting in 2007, the convention celebrates its 15th year with its biggest and best show yet. From the early incarnations at Brighton Race Course, it has grown into a major event on the world tattoo calendar. Taking place in the largest exhibition centre in the South...