Saturday Nights in Brighton
Wave goodbye to the woeful weekday party pooper that you have become as Saturdays have arrived and Brighton is about to come alive. From raucous vintage soirees and tip top club nights with some of the biggest DJs on our fair shores to fun filled fandangos, Brighton is the place to be on a Saturday night, but don't let us do the talking, the events will. Check out our recommendations for the best events on a Saturday night in Brighton and discover the smashing shindigs that our seaside town has in store.
Last updated on 21st June 2017
Bring on the weekend antics at No 32 and hit up this clubbing paradise for a bit of stylish partying and a fun night out in Brighton. Doused in cocktail swagger and boasting a late licence until 4:30am on the weekends, the partying here comes loud and long on a Saturday night in Brighton. Tunes will be blasted and the dance floor will be heaving.
For 10 amazing years Musical Bingo has been blasting out massive tunes giving away mad prizes and amping up your night. Help them celebrate their tenth birthday with an epic evening of fun and games as they take over Komedia.
Revolution Bars across the UK burst into life every Saturday, throwing some of the biggest club nights of the week; Saturday night in Brighton's Revolution bar is no different. With plenty of flavoured shots, a selection of vodka spirits and a great line up of DJs, guests can let loose and party long into the wee hours on the venue's dancefloor.
Join Patterns this July as they host a huge brunch event with The Breakfast Club. The Breakfast Club Drag Brunch will be a huge mash of breakfast plates, bottomless booze and performances from a stellar line-up of drag queens.
Patterns is a great venue for whatever mood you're feeling on Saturday night. If you want to dine, try one of their loaded hot dogs, go for the drinks list for sophisticated cocktails and stay and party the night away at their club events.
Rolling back the clock to the frivolous 60s, the Fever Club is a wild club night that celebrates everything we love about the world of funk, soul and dance music. Perfect for anyone looking for a way to let loose and unwind on the weekend, this event will take place at the Rialto Theatre and is certain to offer an unforgettable night out in Brighton.
Don't let the 80s waste away, indulge in them every Saturday night in Brighton. Don your scrunchies and a group of chums, all before sauntering your way to The Haunt where a night of pop belters, premium 80s hits and heaving dance floors await. You'll not only embody Whitney Houston by the end of the night, but you wont be wiling away your bank balance either.
With the likes of Jaguar Skills and Mike Skinner spinning the decks, a Saturday night at Coalition is all about going big. The unique club is built into an abandoned viaduct with a series of tunnels and arches making the bar and dance floor.
Students in Brighton, do you fancy lapping up the waves of warmer shores and supping away on a selection of pocket friendly cocktails? Then Vida on a Friday is just the night you've been looking for. Held at Brighton beachfront club Wah Kiki, Vida is just the fun filled Saturday night for folk that like their dance floors brimming with commercial doozies and their drinks of a cheap nature.
Known for being one of the biggest nights of the year in Brighton, the Summer Special at The Arch returns this July, making a splash with headliner Sam Divine. Alongside the venue's much-loved resident DJs, Divine will be twisting and twirling all of the biggest House tracks together, offering the city's revellers the chance to dance until the wee hours of 5 AM. This is one club night in July you don't want to miss.
Every Saturday, Proud Cabaret throws a beautiful and seductive bash; Le Chat Noir is a showcase of the best of Brighton's Cabaret and Burlesque talent. Dine on a three-course meal followed by the show and then finish the night with one hell of a party.
Forget CDs, forget this download malarkey, do you know what - forget tapes, as The Fiddler's Elbow go seriously old school with their selection of vinyl hits. There will be funk rock, soul psych and a whole load of fun genres to boogie away to.
Once a month Good Pop Bad Pop descends on Sticky Mike's Frog Bar bringing with it all your favourite cheesy pop tunes. Sing along with Justin, Britney and co, slam some cocktails and dance the night away with the best of the 90s.