Best Events in Brighton
A night out on the tiles doesn't need to be a drag, not when you have us on your side. The Robin to your Batman, we're here to ensure that nights go hassle-free, fun-filled and villain-shy. From raucous club nights and top notch cocktail endeavours to laid back chill outs, Brighton has something for everyone, that just so happens to be what makes it so great. Check out our recommendations for some of the best events in Brighton, uncovering the most premium parties that our seaside city has to boast.
Last updated on 25th April 2017
What's better than a bacon-filled brunch? A bottomless booze, burger and bacon filled brunch at The Breakfast Club, that's what. Taking place every Saturday from 3pm, this fun Brighton event involves bottomless prosecco, lager and bloody marys as well as choices of delicious brunch food.
Tiki-themed nightclub Lola Lo is getting all old-school with their Hip Hop Thursdays. With some of the most sumptuous cocktails in town and the biggest beats, get ready to get down and party as your weekend starts early.
Taking over Patterns, The Breakfast Club Drag Brunch is going to be a hilarious event of epic proportions. Join the amazing drag queens as they lip sync for their lives, all while you feast on delicious food and enjoy bottomless booze.
Eat, drink and be merry at Dead Wax Social on Sundays with their amazing selection of craft ale and stone-baked pizza. The restaurant celebrates all things vinyl, go along, pick your favourite track and keep the weekend alive.
The Western Pub in Brighton offers the city's weary revellers the perfect hangover cure every Monday, serving a delicious Sunday roast dinner alongside bottomless bloody marys. Expect huge slices of roasted meat, plenty of seasoned potatoes and all the delicious gravy that you could ask for. With the choice of Vodka, Gin or Tequila, guests will also be able to design their own bloody marys, courtesy of the venue's bloody mary station.
Put your party hats on because Musical Bingo is back in town and it's celebrating its tenth birthday. Join in with dancing on tables, guessing the song, and marking off your sheets to win huge prizes. Sure you've played bingo, but have you ever played bingo like this before?
Who wants to dance? Because weekends at Patterns are about just that, dancing until dawn. With regular guest DJs spinning the biggest beats, Patterns know how to have a good time.
Ultimate Power is a night of sheer madness with Komedia churning out the biggest sing-along anthems known to man. Dress up, sprinkle glitter on yourself and sing your heart out at this hilarious clubbing event.
Brighton's Harbour Hotel is adding a bit of excitement to your workout, hosting the Disco Yoga team this May. For those that don't know, Disco Yoga combines the strenuous exercise of a gym class with the fun of a night out. With all your favourite party played while you're led through a strenuous yoga class, the entire day will conclude with a hearty brunch, featuring fresh dishes and healthy fruits.
May is about to get a whole lot more gin-filled as The Gin Whore Tours come to town. The quirky theatre show will include tales about famous prostitutes, the drink's history, plenty of tastings and tips on how to be a modern gin whore.
Having been described as a 'soul, funk and rock supernova', Full Fat Light Bulb will be performing a live show at Brighton's Komedia venue, with support from the very talented Dom Clarke. Inspired by the likes of Paolo Nutini and having turned heads in the industry with their fun live shows, the group's character and on-stage antics are definitely worth checking out.
The Artista Cafe and Gallery are inviting the city's fun-loving crowds to a free street party this May. The event will be signposted by great live music, huge DJ sets and delicious street food, courtesy of Brighton's best vendors. With free entry and having drawn in revellers from across Brighton at the first street party, this promises to be one event well-worth checking out.
Komedia in Brighton is going all Bootylicious this April, hosting a club night dedicated to all the glory of Queen Bey. Playing Miss Carter's most famous tracks from her many stunning albums, guests can dance until their feet hurt at this wild event. Get 'Drunk In Love' and enjoy everything this 'Sweet Dream' of a night has to offer. (FYI - all guests named Becky must have good hair)
The Brighton Centre is hosting this year's Brighton Tattoo Convention. Taking place over the event space for an entire weekend, the convention will see some of Britain's most talented tattoo artist show off their many skills. Head down and expect to see a range of quirky designs and patterns.
Dave Seaman will be performing a huge set at Mono this April, performing a medley of all the best techno, house and electro music. The world-renowned DJ will receive support on the night from Steve Parry and Tom Luka, two huge producers who have performed at some of the biggest festivals. This night is perfect for many that loves techno.
Having won the coveted Groundbreaker Award at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Louise Reay will be performing a comedic play at Brighton's Komedia venue this May. Named 'Hard On', the play will look into what life would be like as an artist under the thumb of an authoritarian state.
Brighton's theatre fans can head to Broadway Lounge and enjoy a thrilling night of soulful songs and thrilling cabaret. You Give Me Fever is a wild theatrical show that combines sultry jazz with a heart-breaking storyline. Head down, lose yourself in the gripping story lines and watch in awe as Pippa Winslow stars as the main protagonist.