Transmission are located in the North Laine, right in the heart of Brighton, and only a 5 minute walk from the sea. We welcome visitors to the studio and, while in town, we recommend checking out the following outlets and galleries, listed to the right.

3 Jew Street
East Sussex

Phone: 01273 324473
General email:

If you would like to talk about a new project, or just learn more about Transmission, please call Stuart on 01273 324473 or email:

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1. Unlimited Shop & Gallery
Our friends and neighbours have a beautiful selection of playful and experimental graphic-flavoured prints, jewellery, homewares, textiles, furniture and more. It's the perfect place to find that imaginative gift and Unlimited also stock a few new and exclusive Transmission screen prints.

3. Small Batch Coffee
Small Batch Coffee has outlets dotted throughout the city. This space, their flagship store, is situated next to Brighton library and is local to the Transmission studio. They roast their own coffee, all of which is imported at fair and sustainable prices.

5. Resident Records
Resident is an amazing record shop, based in narrow lanes of Kensignton Gardens. Expect a large collection of vinyl (especially when the extension is complete) and limited edition releases too. The queue is often round the corner when the yearly Record Store Day takes place.

2. Dukes at Komedia
The sister venture to our favourite Brighton cinema, The Duke of Yorks, this new(ish) space is associated with the Komedia comedy club and offers a more intimate setting showcasing the best independent films. The downstairs cafe is great too, as are the hot dogs in the cinema bar.

4. No Walls Gallery
Just down the road, and opposite Brighton Dome, is the No Walls gallery. The space is intimate, but they host some excellent contemporary art, design and illustration exhibitions. Recent contributors include Supermundane, Hattie Stewart and the Cornershop-by-the-sea.

6. Magazine Brighton
This is the place to find independent magazines. A fantastic shop that really champions independent publishing and stocks all our favourite magazines, from Eye, Adbusters, Fader and Delayed Gratification, which features writing and journalism by Transmission editor Matthew Lee.