Missing the thrill of live entertainment? Cinestock is looking to fill that void with their stellar line-up of drive-in film screenings and comedy shows. Located at The South of England Showground, their summer calendar includes the likes of Ed Byrne and Marcus Brigstocke.
Brighton's Best August Events
While Pride sadly won't be taking over the South coast's sunny streets this year, August still promises bags of fun for the town's party people. From bank holiday boozing to rainy-day activities and beachfront bashes, Brighton is pulling out all the stops, whatever the weather. The good news? We've created a handy guide to the month's best events, meaning you won't have to miss out on a minute of the action.
Head down to this gorgeous house of entertainment for some of the best burlesque in Brighton. Offering socially-distanced dinner shows every Friday and Saturday night, this place boasts feats of daring and debauchery, alongside delicious dishes and deluxe interiors.
After months of endless cooking (and washing up) you deserve a night eating at one of Brighton's swanky restaurants. For the best views in town? Head to the seafront, where you'll be able to munch on fancy fish and chips or gourmet brunch dishes whilst watching the waves lap the shore.
While you may know about Lucky Voice's epic late-night singalongs, you might not be so familiar with their daytime offering. Head here for socially-distanced bottomless brunch and you can expect hilarious karaoke games, two hours of unlimited cocktails and tasty scran courtesy of Bon Vivant.
This Map Maison event is promising to educate you on all things mezcal, Japanese whisky or gin whilst you kick back in the comfort of your own home. Taking place via Zoom, this private masterclass comes complete with a MAP luxury gift box, stuffed full of sippable samples and handy tasting notes.
Cocktail bars don't come much quirkier than this prison-themed offering. Don your very own bright orange boiler suit and ready yourself for a night behind bars, sneaking contraband past the notoriously strict prison warden.
Who said you need a dancefloor to get down? This walking tour is accompanied by a soundtrack of the very best pop hits. Everyone who takes part will be given their own headset, meaning they can boogie on down the beach like nobody is watching (spoiler alert - people will definitely be watching).
Sounds Familiar's epic events have gained quite the reputation in Brighton over the years. And while packed-out music halls may still be off the cards, you can get your fix of tabletop dancing and bonkers prizes by taking part in one of their online editions instead.
Lockdown doesn't have to be lonely, and no one is proving that more than the team at Social Isolation. Born out of a desire to connect people in their homes, they have created a roster of virtual bingo events, dance parties and singalongs. The best bit? You won't even have to change out of your PJs.
After a long old hiatus beer gardens are finally able to reopen their doors for a summer of socially-distanced pints and alfresco eats. Brighton's collection of outdoor drinking dens includes sky high rooftops, beachfront bars and leafy secret escapes, perfect for cooling off after a day exploring.
In there's ever been a time for feel-good vibes and a bit of mindfulness, the time is now. Offering endorphins for days, this virtual yoga class is set to a soundtrack of some of the best disco tunes of all time. Shake your hips as you downward dog your way through Thursday night.