Unbarred Brewery will be welcoming three unstoppable women to discuss how they're doing love differently this Valentine's. With insights from comedian and former sex worker, Miranda Kane, alongside journalist Lucy Fry and activist Yasmin Benoit, audience members will be treated to an evening of eye-opening chat, a range of craft beers and mouthwatering pizza.
Best Events in February
Whether you've been struck with Cupid's silly ol' bow and you're looking to impress that special someone over a healthy dose of dinner and drinks, or you'd rather forgeddabout the whole thing and get stuck into some live Super Bowl and Six Nations action, Sussex's favourite party city is ready and waiting to break you out of those winter blues. From karaoke brunches to brewery tours and live comedy, check out our guide to Brighton's best going ons this February and get stuck in.
Enter the weird wonderland of Buckbuck Games as they bring their latest escape room concept to the North Laine Brewhouse. Combining interactive theatre and immersive elements, it's party murder mystery, part treasure hunt, and above all, an incredible amount of fun.
If there's one place you can count on for a slap-up start to the day, it's The Breakfast Club. Dig into mouthwatering waffles and get your lips around hangover-curing bloody marys, as the Lanes favourite invites you to this bottomless brunch with a difference.
Master the art of brewery, as the charming North Laine Brewhouse gets down and dirty with 6-hours dedicated to beer. That includes breakfast, lunch and, of course, a whole load of beers. What are you waiting for? Hop to it.
The NFL's 100th season will come to end with a spectacular final showcase on Sunday the 2nd of February. And while the game doesn't kick off until 11:30pm UK time, Brighton's boozers are giving you every reason to skip your usual bedtime. Expect live screenings, USA-themed parties and a lot of American beer.
Coalition will be hosting another round of their legendary Sketch Saturdays throughout February. Pumping out a steady soundtrack of the best EDM, UK garage and house beats in the biz, this is the ultimate destination for anyone looking for some carefree weekend antics.
Whether you're looking for an intimate seafront nook or a slinky space to wine and dine, Brighton is bursting with impressive restaurants and bars. With something for every budget, we've chosen the best of the best for your Valentine's Day plans.
Looking for a unique thing to do the February? Head to Alcotraz: Cell Block One Three, an immersive drinking experience unlike any other. Whether you're looking for a quirky date night this Valentine's Day or just fancy trying something new, step inside the prison walls and try it for yourself.
Enjoy a whole hour of immersive VR gameplay with one of the best February events in Brighton. Another amazing virtual reality event from the VR concept, shoot, fly and adventure with your friends at this cool and quirky event at The World's End.
Brighton's best bingo night returns this month for another round of singing, dancing and fabulous prizes. Full of mystery boxes and Killer Questions, will you get a full house? Or gamble it all for the chance to win big? Whatever your game plan, it's one of February's best Brighton events so grab your mates and get down to the Komedia for a night you won't forget.
What better way to limber up the vocal cords than with two hours of free-flowing rum punch and fizz? Tickets to Lucky Voice's Karaoke Bottomless Brunch include a bunch of mouthwatering bagels courtesy of Bagelman, along with glitter face painting, boozy games and a whole lot of old school anthems.
In the mood for a good laugh? The Secret Comedy Club has got you sorted. Head here come Saturday, where the lineup includes some of the funniest comedians to grace the shores of Brighton.
Giant inflatable microphones at the ready - Ultimate Power is back and bigger than ever before. Churning out some of the greatest power ballads of all time, you can expect a night of screaming along to Bonnie Tyler, Toto, Queen, Whitney Houston and Aerosmith amongst many more.
Brighton's funkiest event is back on the beachfront for one night only this month. One of the final stops of SoulJam's UK-wide Super Fly Tour, partygoers can expect to boogie the night away to the likes of Rick James, Kool & The Gang, James Brown and more. Flares are, as always, encouraged.
Escape the winter chill with a tour around the brilliant UnBarred Brewery this February. You'll get an inside look at the brewing process and learn plenty of fun facts while you sip on fresh, delicious samples along your journey.
Take is back in the Victorian arches on the seafront for their first bash of 2020. Welcoming in the new decade in style, partygoers can expect non stop tunes from the likes of East End Dubz, Ben Sterling, Wax Worz, Mat Ward and Hepstone amongst others.
Anatomy Lab Live is a fully immersive dinner and dissection experience, perfect for all lovers of gore. Exploring what would happen if an unstoppable infection was to hit planet earth, guests will learn all about the science behind pandemics, before donning scrubs and taking part in a live dissection using real specimens.
The Rose Hill will be hosting an intimate evening of short film screenings to celebrate the many forms, shapes and sizes that can love come in. Showing some of the best up-and-coming talent from the UK and beyond, the evening will end in a chance to discuss the films with your fellow audience members.
The Brighton Vegan Festival will bring over 80 individual sellers and business to the city for a one off celebration of all things plant-based. Throughout the day there will be cooking demonstrations, workshops and talks, as well as stalls selling everything from gourmet dog treats to stylish leather-free accessories and mouth-watering street food.