Head to Komedia this month, where Gospeloke is putting on a show like you've never seen before. From anthemis singalongs to team harmonies all backed up by an actual gospel choir, this is karaoke like you've never seen before. What are you waiting for?
Best Events in May
May is a damn good month for all you late night pleasure seekers in Brighton. The Bank Holiday gods have blessed us two long weekends to wile away however we see fit, and The Great Escape lands in our fair 'lil seaside town to bring musical madness to our muddled membranes. Read and weep lkids - we've whittled down our recommendations for the best events in May.
Not only are The Lady Boys of Bangkok returning this month, but The Great Escape and Brighton Fringe are back too. Pair that with bottomless brunch, live DJs and quirky pop-ups for the best bank holiday events in Brighton.
Roll up, roll up the circus is in town and it's bringing some scintillating acts with it. Head over to Proud Cabaret as Cirque Divine comes to Brighton, with fire breathers, burlesque, and cabaret to boot.
Get a taste of Slavic fairytales at this immersive cocktail experience from Society of Cocktails. This time they're taking you deep into the woods for a night that includes riddles, puzzles, art installations and masterclasses for a unique sipping experience.
Give up on reality this month in Brighton with this incredible virtual reality experience. Taking place at The World's End, the session will include flying, shooting and battling friends in a whole new world.
Weekends were made for hanging out at Patterns, especially when their bottomless brunch is on. Join the cool bar and club for eggs benny and avo toast, alongside bottomless bubbles and £5 cocktails, perfect for sipping on the terrace.
Fast-paced, high-tempo and lots of fun, this dance class is teaching you how to master the Brazilian steps of Forró. Whether you're a complete novice or know the steps, join in with the class before showing off your moves at the after-party.
A whole day of beer? Yes sir, head along to North Laine Pub and Brewery as they feed you lunch and breakfast and show you how to brew the perfect pint, along with plenty of beer-y samples along the way.
Catch some of comedy's best rising stars this May as the Secret Comedy Cub brings the finest funny people to the Artista Gallery as part of their Brighton Fringe special.
If you're a fan of this Britsh-born artists then you'll be happy to know that Loyle Carner is taking to the stage at Concorde 2 to mark the release of his much-anticipated second album Not Waving, But Drowning.
Love a little Dre? Experience the iconic rapper and producer like never before as The Arch hosts an orchestral rendition of his album 2001. Think signers, lyricists, DJs and a full band.