What happens when you fuse bottomless brunching with karaoke? Head to Lucky Voice to find out. With 2 hours of free-flowing drinks alongside top nosh from the Bagelman and grown-up games like Jenga, limbo and Twister, this is the ultimate bank holiday hangout.
May Bank Holiday Events and Parties in Brighton 2019
With not one, but two days off this month, May is brimming with fabulous things to do. We've lined up the cream of the crop for all of you pleasure seekers so you can take advantage of the long weekends in style. Whether it's a karaoke-laced brunch, a chilled day exploring the best of Brighton Fringe or a raucous night out after The Great Escape, here's our extensive guide to the May Bank Holiday events and parties in Brighton 2019.
Head to Proud Cabaret this May where Cirque Divine is taking centre stage with a whole load of fiery frolics. From the sumptuous 3-course spread to a bespoke cocktail menu accompanied by cabaret, burlesque and performances, this isn't one to miss.
With two bank holidays this month, it's highly likely that you're going to have a few more booze-fuelled evenings than usual. Let The Breakfast Club settle your sore head with mouthwatering brunch dishes and a little hair of the dog in the form of bottomless drinks.
Head to Artista Cafe & Gallery this month, where you'll find a jam-packed lineup featuring the likes of Sanj Surati, Stephen Carlin, Sara Barron and many more. Think taster previews, full performances and one-off stints at this special Fringe edition.
If its a brunch you're looking for this May bank holiday then it is a brunch you will get. Head to Revolution where they'll be kicking off you No Work Monday hangover with bottomless drinks, tasty food and more than a few shenanigans.
With upsammy and Charles Green heading to Patterns on the early bank holiday weekend and Soul Searching taking over the stage on the spring bank holiday weekend, the beachfront spot is a top choice for May. There's even bottomless brunch for you hardcore imbibers.
Love a little Loyle? Catch the London-based rapper as he takes to the stage at Concorde 2 for the Brighton leg of the tour which marks the release of his highly-anticipated sophomore album Not Waving, But Drowning.
Taking over some of the best venues in Brighton, The Great Escape is back with an unmissable 3-day event rounding up over 450 artists from around the world. Discover your new favourite band in an intimate spot or catch one of the spotlight shows.
Taking over our precious seaside town for a whole month, Brighton Fringe is bringing you over 4,500 performances this time around. With everything from family-friendly circus and cabaret to more mature events in film, literature, music and theatre, there's plenty to choose from.
If you're looking for a big night out in Brighton, Shooshh is always a winner. From live DJs and performers in the main room to the back room blasting the best in hip-hop, grime and trap, not to mention the VIP lounge for bottle service, this is one hell of a venue.
With Boxed: Apollonia bringing you live music till 6am on the early bank holiday Monday to a Multi-Function Brighton takeover on the 24th and more, this seafront fravourite is packed with events this May. Head to The Arch for a night to remember.
Whether you're having a BNO with the lads or gathering your best chicks for a girls night out in Brighton, this West Street gem is a real winner. Expect everything from old school cheese in the disco room to commercial hits downstairs.
Save on the airfare and head to the Sabai Pavillion for a taste of Thailand as The Lady Boys of Bangkok invite you to experience the glitz and glamour of their jaw-dropping show. Book ahead because this one's going to be popular.
With impressive singers, talented lyricists and some of the best DJs around, this orchestral event is bringing you Dr. Dre like never before. Get down to The Arch for a live rendition of the iconic West Coast rapper's legendary album.