An artist has donated a painting of Brighton celebrity Fatboy Slim, helping a cancer sufferer pay for treatment to prolong her life.Read the full story ›
DJ Fatboy Slim has teamed up with Adur District Council to transform a run-down toilet block into “the best beachfront cafe in the south”.Read the full story ›
Fatboy Slim, one of the most influential names in the history of dance music and one of the country’s most recognised DJs, played a secret show in Brighton to his toughest audience yet - a hard-partying group of babies and toddlers (and their parents).
Joined frequently onstage by his six year-old daughter, Nelly, the MC, real name Norman Cook, played a two-hour set. He was guest DJ at the popular parents and kids’ 0-5 party, Baby Loves Disco.
Fatboy Slim is to be the Friday night headliner at the Bestival on the Isle of Wight in September. He will play an exclusive set, which he has dubbed 'Fatboy Slim's Bestival Birthday Bash'. Other top acts including Elton John and Franz Ferdinand will also be performing at the 10th Bestival event.
DJ Fatboy Slim poses for the camera ahead of his performance on the Terrace Bar of the House of Commons in support of an initiative aiming to raise awareness of community music. Organised by the Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation
Dance DJ Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim will be performing at a rather unusual venue today.Read the full story ›
Norman Cook (aka Fatboy Slim) will be playing Pride Brighton & Hove on Saturday, September 1.Read the full story ›
It's the 2nd day of Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Bootique even at Falmer stadium today. More than 20 thousand people turned up yesterday to the event hosted by the DJ who is also known as Norman Cook. Several acts will be perfoming on stage again today.
Final preparations are underway at Brighton's Falmer stadium ahead of Fatboy Slim's two day gig which starts this afternoon.
23 thousand people are expected to attend the event each day. Several acts will be joining the DJ on stage.