What they say:
Filling the void left by the beloved Mono, Hideout is a new, more intimate clubbing destination from the brains behind The Arch. Taking over the site formerly held by science-themed nightclub Toxic, the venue is due to be the new go-to destination for underground music and club nights in Brighton. Focusing on the freshest young acts from across all genres of music, Hideout is an invaluable addition to Brighton's clubbing scene.
What we say:
Inspired by the worrying state of Brighton's more niche nightclub scene, the group behind new Kings Road Arches venue, Hideout, are hoping to reinvigorate the city's underground club culture. Following on from the success of sister site The Arch, Hideout is designed to be the smaller, cooler more intimate experience, specialising in underground artists and young, rising talent. Despite not being open yet, the venue has already secured some exciting artists, with Darmec and Marcus Nasty already on the horizon.