RadioReverb’s Big Weekend 7th-8th March 2020

16th February 2020


Sunday 8th March, noon-midnight at the Hope & Ruin

RadioReverb celebrates its 13th birthday with two days of live broadcasting in Brighton.

Sunday 8th March is the anniversary of us winning a full-time broadcasting licence, and to mark the day, a roster of presenters will be live at Brighton’s Hope and Ruin in Queen’s Road for our annual Reverbathon fundraiser.

The RadioReverb team will be at the Hope and Ruin from noon-midnight, broadcasting live from the venue, and we’ll selling merchandise and collecting donations, in person and online, so come down and join us. We look forward to meeting you!

We’ll also have shows specially sponsored for the day by local businesses who want to support grassroots community enterprises like RadioReverb.

All the money raised during the Reverbathon goes directly back into the running of the station, upgrading equipment and giving an opportunity to bring in new shows with local voices.


To support RadioReverb please click on the button above and choose how much you would like donate. We have a limited number of black cotton tote bags with a large RadioReverb logo to give to the first 50 people who donate a minimum of £10 (sorry, UK only). And you don’t need to wait until 8th March – if you donate today we’ll add your amount to the Reverbathon totaliser and give you a shout out on the day!

To find out about sponsoring a show on the day please email:

Live at Brighton Museum for International Women’s Day Saturday March 7th

The Reverbathon is the second day of live broadcasting on that weekend. On Saturday 7th March, RadioReverb is celebrating International Women’s Day with a day of programmes coming from Brighton Museum at the ‘100 First Women’ photography portraits exhibition.

Created by photographer Anita Corbin, the exhibition is the culmination of her 10-year personal mission to capture the portraits of modern female trailblazers.

The all-women team of presenters and producers will broadcast interviews with the subjects of the exhibition, and showcase the many International Women’s Day events taking place at the Museum on that day, including panel discussions, workshops and performances.