Private Hire in Brighton

Got yourself a shindig to organise? Birthday party, engagement event? These venues are just the ticket for such an endeavour! From vintage pads and party spaces to charming retreats, these Brighton bars and clubs have the space for the lot of you sprightly folk. Check out our recommendations for the best private hire venues and bars in Brighton and have yourself a slap-up soiree with one of these destinations all to your very self (do bring some friends though, that would be much, much nicer)

Last updated on 28th February 2018

Perfect for an intimate birthday party or a lively work event, the North Laine pub in Brighton has become a popular choice for locals, neighbours and tourists alike. With plenty of exposed brick walls, huge wooden barrels spread across the venue and walls covered in vibrant artwork, it's easy to get lost in all the character of this microbrewery. Of course, the stunning menu of locally sourced ales and on-site brewed beers are the centrepiece at this great pub in Brighton.  

Lucky Voice is a karaoke belter's dream if you love the sound of your own voice and the stage is your home. Sing to your heart's content or until your mates get bored of you and take to the limelight themselves. This is the perfect night to organise for a special, fun occasion - Hen Party, Birthday, just a general get together, whatever the weather Lucky Voice has you covered with your own booth. 

Bau Wow

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As well as offering cocktail masterclasses and being one of Brighton's most fun party spots, Bau Wow is a great private hire option. With a state of the art sound system, table service and private booths, the team will work hard to cater for your party no matter the size.


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One of the best plots for some of the biggest club nights in Brighton, this premium nightlife spot is also ready and raring for any type of event you may have for them. Catering from 50-600 party people, Patterns has the space to throw the wildest of parties. From their sea-facing terrace and 260-strong basement club to their cocktail cavorting top-floor bar, this Brighton club is an event connoisseur. 

The Haunt

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One of Brighton's most unique party plots, The Haunt is a warehouse and industrial venue of party wares. From an upper mezzanine and core club space to their back catalogue of playing host to club nights, live music, fashion shows and many more, this premium underground -style party palace has the sound-system, history and late-night licensing for any bash you may wish to throw. 


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Free to hire. What's that, you want us to say that again? FREE TO HIRE. One of Brighton's most contemporary and deluxe cocktail bars, Koba boast three whole floors to dabble in, whether you've a birthday party for a handful of friends after a hearty cocktail or six. From 45 people in their cocktail bar and 60 in their dancing prepped ruby room to 80 in their charming attic bar, the gods, Koba has ample room for all of you.

The New Club

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So, you do like to be by the seaside? Organising a party for you and your chums, and looking for a plot with the sea in your sights? A Brooklyn-inspired restaurant bar in Brighton boasting New York style edibles and a cracking selection of cocktails to boot, The New Club is plush, and has a view of the West Pier and as well as having premium patties to indulge in for large parties and intimate events alike. 

Charming, botanical and humble. You're not looking for the buzz of a beachfront club, but you are looking for an intimate venue for a classic gathering. Found in the very heart of Brighton's infamous Lanes, The Coach House is a restaurant, bar and courtyard to boot. Boasting the space for up to 25 in a smaller part of the restaurant or the entire venue for up to 100, The Coach House is top notch for dinner, canapes and drinks alike.