Everyone knows Thursday is the new Friday, and everyone also knows that Orange Is The New Black. So why not head on down to Brighton's first-ever prison-themed cocktail bar and enjoy a night of bespoke smuggled cocktails, dodgy guards and real metal cells.
Thursday Nights in Brighton
Scientifically speaking, weekends are no longer technically reserved for Friday and Saturday nights. The Thursday night resurgence has begun and already venues in Brighton have latched on to this premium party night. With a cracking selection of venue's, this city has exactly what you're looking for, whether you fancy dancing the night away or would rather unwind in a sleek cocktail bar. Check out our recommendations for the best events on a Thursday night in Brighton and start your weekend early.
If you fancy a slightly quieter Thursday night in Brighton, why not head to Dead Wax Social. The pub celebrates Brighton's incredible music scene through vinyl; that means there's no digital music being played and you can even take your own records along. Try one of their delicious stone-baked pizzas and one of the eight craft beers on offer.
Whether your tunes are as good as Tina Turner or you sound more like an ill cat, Lucky Voice is a great way to spend a Thursday evening with friends or colleagues. Hire one of the private booths, choose your favourite songs and start singing your heart out.
Fancy knowing where 1000 party revellers take to every Thursday night in Brighton? Just Shooshh now, we'll tell you okay. They can be found at Azuri at Shooshh of course, prepping themselves for a raucous pre-weekend bash of awesome proportions. From regular resident DJs to special guests, Azuri are making Thursdays the new Fridays.
Watching those purse strings but still keen for a big night out this Thursday? FOMO at Club Revenge could be worth a shout, with £1 drinks before midnight - including vodka mixers, Jagerbombs, shots and bottled beers - and entry for just a quid if you're at Bar Revenge for the FOMO warm-up party. Bring along your NUS card for £3 entry then dance to a mix of commercial hits and party classics until 4 AM.
The best pint of Guinness in the city, cracking live musician and a fun Irish atmosphere - where do we sign up? Thursday nights at The Fiddler's Elbow that's where. They will be bringing you the best local talents for an evening of crooning and emotional singalongs.