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 12th April 2018
Home to pub VR in Brighton, The World's End will be hosting this great virtual reality team quest. Grab your pals and prepare to fight some bad guys at one of Brighton's best upcoming events.
It's the biggest, baddest most bonkers quiz in the business and it's perfect for all you music nuts. One of the best events in Brighton, it's time to engage those noggins and quiz your way through eight rounds of trivia and activities with all the singing and dancing you could possibly want.
Get ready to swing like there's no tomorrow as Plonk's Crazy Golf takes over The Sidewinder for 9 holes of beer garden golf alongside some stellar drinks deals at the bar.
Take part in this great Brighton event - a treasure hunt that you can do as and when you want with a group of up to 4 people. With prizes to be one, it's one of the best events in Brighton.
Lasting for an hour, VR Concept is an amazing virtual reality experience taking place at the World's End pub. Fight dragons, scale castles and soar through the air with their amazing headsets.
One of the best beer events in Brighton, Tap Takeover is back for another year, with breweries taking over 15 pubs and bringing beer, live music, DJs, tastings and talks. Your wristband gets you four free beers and discounted beer throughout.
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?
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.
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.
Before Brighton Fringe takes over the city, get your final taste of comedy at Clock Tower Comedy, with top comedians like Sean McLauchlin, Paul McMullan and Katheryn Mather taking to the stage.