One Inch Badge offer our clients individual, tailored, and complete live interest management deals that cover programming, diary management, sales, technical, logistics, and marketing.
Venues currently managed by One Inch Badge include:
Based in Pool Valley opposite the iconic Brighton Pier in central Brighton in the main screening room of an old converted cinema, the Haunt is one of Brighton’s best loved and biggest success stories of the past 5 years. At 350 capacity the Haunt is large enough to carry high end production yet still offer an intimate experience for both the artist and audience. Already within it’s brief existence the Haunt has placed itself well and truly on the national touring circuit hosting such up and coming artists as Haim, James Bay, Architects, Palma Violets, Drenge, Rizzle Kicks, Foster the People, Beach House, Wild Beats, Peace, Deap Valley, Don Broco, Glass Animals, Kwabs, Lucy Spraggan, Mallory Knox, Public Service Broadcasting, Half Moon Run, Danny Brown, Flume and many, many more.
The multi award winning Concorde 2 really needs no introduction. For over two decades Concorde 2 has stood at the forefront of musical innovation. Widely recognised as Brighton’s premier live music venue, and often quoted as one of the greatest across the country, it’s no surprise it’s been hand picked to play host to many exclusive underplays for artists as historic as Foo Fighters, Bloc Party and Jarvis Cocker. Located on Maderia Drive, the 600 capacity Concorde 2 is a classic Victorian building, originally used as tea rooms in the 1800’s. In the 1960’s it became a notorious bikers cafe and in the 1970’s an amusement arcade, before it was eventually transformed into all it’s current glory in 2000. The number of classic shows and club nights held at Concorde 2 over the previous decades are too vast to list, it’s a Brighton institution and everyone will name their own incredible discovery by the sea, for us it was the White Stripes first trip in 2001.
New to the contemporary live music scene is the stunningly beautiful 900 capacity All Saint’s Church in Hove. Built in 1889 and serving as the parish church for the whole of Hove since 1892, All Saint’s Church is steeped in the history of the local area. Now a multi-functioning community hub All Saint’s plays host to some of the some exciting live acts on the international touring schedule and recently hosted stunning, bespoke production build shows for Polica, Anna Calvi, Olafur Arnalds, British Sea Power, Kurt Vile, Mark Kozelek, Boyce Avenue, Anges Obel, Pengiun Cafe, and many more. All event productions at All Saint’s Church are bespoke built and customisable, the church can also be presented in both 500 capacity seated or 900 capacity standing formations.
Located in central Brighton, right by the main central station, St Bartholomew’s is an absolutely stunning and vast expansive church build in 1873. Standing at 135 feet tall, St Bart's is not only one of the most prestigious churches in the South of England but also the tallest parish church in Europe, towering over the Brighton skyline legend has it that the dimensions of the church were actually built to those of Noah’s Ark, in fact when inside and looking up you can truly appreciate how this legend came to being. It’s this vast open interior, lacking division, which creates such a huge expanse, enhanced by the uninterrupted height of the building and the beautiful exposed brickwork throughout. Currently presented in a 350 capacity bespoke build formation, although works are on-going to increase this capacity in 2016, St Bart’s has housed such incredible shows as James Vincent McMorrow, Tom Odell, The Staves, Daniel Johnston, I Am Kloot, British Sea Power and The Tallest Man on Earth, as well as industry events for Red Bull and Mama Group.
You can watch two timelapse videos of the bespoke venue builds here: