On Thursday 25th April 2024, local bands Everyday Saints, Really Big Really Clever, and Snake Eyes, all took to the stage at the Hope & Ruin in Brighton for the first-ever My Music gig 

Each band delivered a stellar performance, with the crowd feeding their energy into it as much as the bands, creating a truly electric atmosphere. 

Everyday Saints kicked off the evening with their unique mix of indie-rock sensibilities and ethereal melodies, followed by the guitar-slamming rock collective, Really Big Really Clever, who certainly lived up to their name.

“Tonight has been really good! Such a great atmosphere, we definitely need more of these.”

Snake Eyes did not disappoint with their headline performance, taking to the stage with rapturous applause from the audience. Throughout their set, Snake Eyes kept the energy high and had the audience transfixed. 

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who came together to make the night so special and ensure its success – the bands, the venue, and everybody who bought a ticket.  

The event was not only about the music; it was also about supporting a local cause. With all proceeds from ticket sales supporting our work to improve healthcare services in the NHS hospitals across Sussex.  

“We're buzzing to be here at the first My Music gig and looking forward to the next one.”

What’s next for My Music? 

This will be the first of many My Music events we will be hosting. So, watch this space and keep an eye on our website and social media channels to see what’s coming next.

The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is just around the corner and we want you on our team!

We're offering 50% off the registration fee for our charity places in July, so now is the perfect time to sign up and help make a positive difference in your local NHS hospitals in Sussex.