Best Events in March
While the swooning (and swiping) of Valentine's may well be a thing of the past, March has got more than enough going on to get your heart rate racing. From live St Paddy's Day gigs to buzzing Six Nations screenings and boozy bottomless brunches with drag queens aplenty, Brighton's calendar is jam-packed with cool and quirky events this month. So, get your diaries out and get ready to start scribbling, because with our guide to Brighton's best events in March, things are about to get busy...
Get your rugby fix at one of these cracking watering holes, as the Six Nations culminates in an epic finale weekend. Round up your crew and get the best seats in the house as you witness every try, scrum, tackle and ruck, before one team emerges victorious, raising that glorious silver trophy in a shower of Champagne.
If there's ever a time to spoil your favourite lady, it's Mother's Day. Plan ahead this year with our roundup of the best cocktail bars, afternoon tea spots and slinky restaurants that'll leave her feeling all misty-eyed.
The Islingword will be clearing the decks every Monday for a tantalising night of Latin-inspired dancing and music. Focusing on a special form of Brazillian dance, these Forró classes are suitable for all abilities and ages, with discounts available for those making bulk bookings.
If lockdown has got you missing the thrill of live theatre then bring the action to your front room with Degenerate Foxes' virtual showcase. They'll be mashing up 30 of their plays to create an hour-long show, with the order of events being dictated by the audience.
Try out Brighton's hottest immersive experience this March, at Alcotraz: Cell Block One Three. You'll get to dress in orange jumpsuits, become a criminal for the night, and smuggle in hooch before sipping bespoke cocktails behind bars.
Coming to Brighton on Tuesday the 17th of March, St Patrick's Day is set to be bigger and better than ever before this year. Expect the city's best-loved Irish bars to spring into action with live music, mouthwatering street food and plenty of craic for two weekends worth of celebrations.