Best Events in Brighton
A night out on the tiles needn't 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 17th February 2017
Following the success of their last sell-out show, Lakuta is returning to Patterns in Brighton for another cracking night. The collection of musicians, DJs and producers will be back performing from their new album 'Brothers and Sisters'.
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.
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.
Taking place at North Laine Pub and Brewery, this event is a fun and sociable evening with a difference. Learn how to sculpt models, mugs and knick knacks and even have a go on the potter's wheel.
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.
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.
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.
With the release of their second album Stubborn Sons just around the corner, the New Street Adventure band embark on a UK-wide tour, arriving at Brighton's Patterns club in April. Known for their lively, acid-jazz music, the 5-member group will be performing a mix of new material and the most popular songs from their critically acclaimed first album, No Hard Feelings.
Whether you're a long-time vegan or considering a change, Vegfest UK Brighton 2017 is a huge vegan festival offering you oodles of information. Taking over the Brighton Centre, the two-day event will be a mix of talks, food stalls, comedy and films.
Wearing their hearts on their sleeves and always putting on a great show, Whiskey For The Wounded are an emotive rock band that will be performing at the Latest Musicbar in Brighton. Playing all of their most popular songs, including their new EP called 'A Drop Of Blood In A Bowl Of Milk', the group will be supported by Jonnie And The Vipers and Meg Lawrenson.
The Jenga World Championship returns to Brighton this year after last year's fierce competition. Pitting steady hands against cool temperaments, the championship will take place at Junkyard Dogs. To sweeten the deal, guests can tuck into a range of different toppings-heavy hotdogs and can gulp down a few ice-cold craft beers at this fun-loving event in Brighton.
Mad about all things vintage and fascinated by the romantic lunacy of the 1920s, the Betty Lou Gin Club are opening a new speakeasy-inspired pop-up bar. Armed with 15 different varieties of gin, a handful of traditional recipes, fresh fruit and potent liqueurs, the expert mixologists behind the bar will be serving guests both signature and classic cocktails. With plenty of charm and one eye constantly looking out for the prohibition patrol, this is one pop-up event well worth checking out.
Laughing in the face of convention, the Party In Your Pants team return to Brighton this March, as boisterous and carefree as ever. Armed with gallons of UV paint, the team are recreating the frivolous vibes of their iconic club night, pulling together a line-up of great DJs and calling on their brave revellers to strut around in only their underwear. Strangely empowering, you'll be kicking yourself for weeks if you miss out on this fun event in Brighton.
Songs For The End Of The World is a theatrical performance that looks into what life in a dystopian society would look like. Based in a post-apocalyptic England, the story revolves around astronaut Jim Walters, who is forced to send songs backs to earth when he is left stuck in orbit. Fast paced and with a few unexpected plot twists, this promises to be a fun night out in Brighton that you won't forget anytime soon.
Francesca Fulmini is a up-and-coming hip hop and soul singer based in Brighton. Backed by a stunning 5 piece band and with vocals that have been turning a lot of heads, the songstress will be performing at The Brunswick this March for one night only. How better to spend a weekday night out in Brighton then watching this songstress showoff her amazing voice on stage.
Made up of Tom Ogden, Charlie Salt, Josh Dewhurst, Joe Donovan and Myles Kellock, Blossoms is a psychedelic band from Manchester that has been inspired by the Britpop heritage of its home city. Now embarking on their very-own UK-wide tour, the band will be stopping off at the Brighton Dome on the 18th March and will be performing all of their most popular tracks for the city's music-mad crowds.
Join Femrock this March for a celebration of International Women's Day like no other. Pulling together the biggest female bands and performers that Brighton has to offer, Femrock serve a line-up of artists that includes the likes of Young Adventurers, Teenage Cavemen and Sitdown. The perfect event for Brighton's many music fans, this promises to be a one of the city's wildest Women's Day celebration.