Sunday Nights in Brighton
Sundays happen to be what you make of them these days, no longer reserved to the sofa or an Ant and Dec special; thank ruddy goodness for that. From late night DJ soirees and cracking live gigs to Sunday roasts to spoil your stomachs with, Brighton might be quieter on a Sunday night, but there's still a rowdy collection of great things to do. Check out our recommendations for the very best Sunday night shindigs in Brighton whether you're after a laid back munch or a cracking DJ night in the city.
Last updated on 25th April 2017
Get that grey matter working early as Lady Chastity's Reserve puts your brain through its paces. Taking place in The Black Lion, the escape room challenges you to solve all the clues and puzzles in order to win a bottle of her famous aphrodisiac wine.
For a more unusual Sunday night in Brighton, head to The Mesmerist, a gin palace and steampunk-inspired bar in The Lanes. Expect delicious cocktails and beautiful surroundings for a classy start to your week.
Open until 2am on a Sunday, Lucky Voice in The Lanes is perfect for singing your heart out until the early hours. Grab a group of your mates, book out one of their private booths and enjoy the 2-4-1 cocktail deals, it's worth calling in sick on Monday for...
For stone-baked pizza and kicking vinyls head to Dead Wax Social on a Sunday night. The venue is open until 3am and has a huge selection of old records and vintage tunes to keep you busy until the early hours. It's also a great spot to pop in for a craft beer or ale.
Worship at the altar of The Black Lion as the quirky pub puts on a Sunday funday. Staying open until 2am, the quirky pub brings the best live bands and DJs along with drink deals for a night of hilarity.
For a huge variety of affordable dishes and drink deals, you can't beat Yates in the city centre on a Sunday night. With everything from burgers to fish and chips and super salads, there's something to cater for everyone.
Known for their underground jaunts and fun time party vibes, The Green Store Door certainly don't plan on shutting their doors on a Sunday night, not when there's so much darn fun to be had. Host to the Green Store Blues every Sunday night in Brighton, Green Store Door promise a great bounty of burly blues DJs and sultry live music, all the way until a rowdy 2am.
The Artista Cafe and Gallery are inviting the city's fun-loving crowds to a free street party this May. Having already drawn in the crowds with their first street party, this event similarly boasts a great line up of bands and DJs, some of Brighton's best street food vendors and a number of performances by the city's best street artists.
Whilst they may boast chipper views of the seafront, it's the basement you need venture to on a Sunday night at Legends. Take to their basement club every Sunday night in Brighton and get your sweet fill of unadulterated pop as DJ Claire Fuller takes to the decks for fun filled set of retro party classics and 'oh my god do you remember this one?!' hip shakin' hits.
Winner of the prestigious Groundbreaker Award at the famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Louise Reay now shifts her focus to comedic theatre, performing Hard On at Komedia this May. Having lived in China, her play looks into what an artist's life would be like under the rule of an authoritarian state, the play 'Hard On' will be full of funny turns and thrilling plot twists.
Full Fat Light Bulb will be performing live at The Brunswick this May. Performing all their biggest songs, the 6-piece band have a unique sound that blends together funk, soul and rock music. Perfect for anyone that loves live music or perhaps a date night that your partner is certain to remember, this May event will undoubtedly draw in crowds from across the city.