The Islingword plays host to regular evening of Brazil's sexy, beautiful and fun Forró dancing. Open to all skill levels, it's a great way to exercise and meet new people. Learn to partner dance, Brazilian-style, at one of the best things to do on a Monday night in Brighton.
Monday Nights in Brighton
Do you laugh in the face of those who slump over on Sundays? Consider Monday nights the new Friday? Well, then, you're in luck. It looks as though these great events would have to agree with you. From Funfair inspired shindigs to cracking club nights that will keep you dancing until Tuesday, there's no shortage of things to do on a Monday night in Brighton. Check out our recommendations for the best Monday nights in Brighton, discovering that maybe your weekend isn't over quite as quickly as you thought it was.
Mondays can be tough, but Revolution is making everything a bit easier with their weekly win night; every Monday selected dishes will be 50% off. With everything from towering burgers to lobster ravioli, choosing where to eat on a Brighton Monday night just got a whole lot easier.
Sometimes one burger just doesn't cut it. Step in the Tempest Inn to make your Brighton Monday nights even more delicious with their Bogof Burgers - buy one burger, get the second free. The bar is also open until 1am every Monday, meaning you can keep the weekend spirit alive that little bit longer.
Monday nights in Brighton just got a whole lot louder with Lucky Voice's karaoke. The bar, which is open until 2am is one of the most unique nights out in Brighton, with a selectin of booths in which to belt your heart out.
Basement Cinema at the Globe is a truly relaxed event, perfect for helping you get through those long Monday nights. With free entry and free popcorn on offer, you can laugh, cry and get carried away with the gripping storylines of you favourite classic movies.
The intimate Volks Club is keeping you up late on Monday nights as they put on six huge hours of reggae. Head down to the popular student spot as the bar hosts a whole load of bar deals including £2 bottles of Coors and £1.50 shots.
It's not every Monday that you get to see traditional Irish talents. Well yes, actually it is at The Fiddler's Elbow as the pub welcomes anyone with Irish ambitions to show off what they've got.