Cropping up in the stunning Old Steine Gardens for the duration of Brighton's Fringe festival, this venue is bound to be a whole new host of shenanigans. Free entry means that you can party on in, no guilt necessary.
With a vintage feel, this mirrored ball room is draped with velvet, gold-laced curtains and the quirky circus charm only possible in a tent, expect to fall in love with your surroundings. There'll be plenty to keep you entertained in here too, lads and ladies, with a line up of 140 great acts, including contemporary performance, live music, spoken word and cabaret from top talents both local and international.
A Spiegelpub is also available, always on high demand, to supply your refreshing pints and tasty tipples, courtesy of DrinksBrighton. Foodie additions will also be in the mix, with providers Sams of Brighton and Spade & Spoon bringing you delicious dishes, alongside wood-fired pizzas from The Hearth in Lewes.
A new addition this year brings a sister venue, The Bosco Theatre, into proceedings, with its own vintage flair and fun fest, inspired by twentieth century Amsterdam.
Opening from the 1st-31st May in the Old Steine Pleasure Gardens, pop in for a night that will bowl you over backwards.