Jubilee Weekend Parties: June Bank Holiday Events In Brighton

It's not often we have an extra-long bank holiday weekend, so why not live your best life and make some plans? Whether you're looking to sip on bottomless mimosas while dancing to disco tunes, or head on a pub crawl around some of the best boozers in the town, check our guide to Platinum Jubilee events in Brighton

Last updated on 19th May 2022

@ The North Laine Pub and Brewery on Various dates from Saturday 21st May 2022

Searching for the perfect Queen's birthday bank holiday event? Make your way to The North Laine Pub and Brewery for their epic tour and guided tasting. Not only will you get to learn everything about how beer is made, but you'll also receive drinks tokens for afterwards to enjoy more tipples.

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@ Alcotraz Penitentiary: Brighton on Various dates from Saturday 21st May 2022

Fancy sipping on cocktails in the clink? Well, now you can with Alcotraz: Cell Block One-Three. Get ready to smuggle contraband in and out of the penitentiary, which will be used to make bespoke concoctions. This is an immersive experience you won't want to miss.

@ The Walrus on Every Saturday

Showlesque is here to upgrade your Saturday plans with their awesome event. Enjoy their fabulous range of burlesque, cabaret and circus-style entertainment at The Underbelly venue at The Walrus. Once the curtains close? Be sure to dance 'til the AM to a range of first-class tunes.


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Tucked knows a thing or two about hosting some of the best events in the town. Grab your pals and enjoy their hilarious bottomless drag brunches, where everyone will enjoy 3 hours of non-stop entertainment from some of the best queens in the biz, alongside tasty grub and bevvies.

@ Ancient Mariner on Every Thursday

Brighton's much-loved Ancient Mariner will be throwing an epic Retro Gaming Night for those looking for things to do this bank holiday. Be sure to play with their cool selection of consoles with your pals, from an NES to an old-school Sega Mega Drive. Need we say more?