What To Do This Weekend! 24th- 26th February
Friday – Artwork presents Art’s House @ Patterns
The ever-popular Artwork is touring the UK until June and this is his busman’s holiday by the sea. This one is sure to get rowdy – in the best way!
Friday- Straight Outta Brighton @ Green Door Store
Five DJs playing the best in golden age and old school Hip Hop on a huge sound system. Expect to hear Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, Redman, Tha Alkaholiks, Xzibit, J Dilla, Ultramagnetic MCs, Digital Underground, and more.
Friday – Bitchcraft presents Bitch Theme and Pussyliquor @ Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
A female friendly night with live bands, DJs & visual artists performing late into the night where women prevail. Guys don’t be scared, we don’t bite.
Free entry (and free glitter)
9-12 Middle St, Brighton BN1 1AL, Website
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday – Krater Comedy Club @ The Komedia
Komedia is the winner of the Chortle Comedy Award for Best Venue in the South a record 13 times. This week, big names for big laughs include Jamali Maddix, Marlon Davies, and Sean Collins.
‘A night full of fun and side-splitting laughter. I didn’t want it to end’ The Latest
‘THE place in Brighton to catch stand-up comedy’ The Independent
8 pm Friday
7 pm & 10:30 pm Saturday
Tickets from £12 or £5 with NUS
Saturday – Cirque du Soul presents Low Steppa @ The Arch
Get down to The Arch on the seafront for a one-off El Dorado Festival special – giving you a small glimpse into life inside the Golden Kingdom. Expect fresh decor, performers and production all of the highest calibre. Truly unmissable!
Plus The Weaver Bros, Wolf & Chi, Mistamina and more.
Saturday – Palms Trax @ Patterns
It goes without saying that Palms Trax is one of the most promising new artists to date, with a sound rooted firmly in Chicago-Detroit. He’s established himself as one hell of a formidable selector… and a dance floor party-starter at heart.
Saturday – Seamus Haji presents Big Love @ Green Door Store
Brighton’s very own House legend/International DJ/Producer/Remixer/Big Love label owner and the man you can hear each Saturday night 10pm-12am on Juice Brighton will be live in town spreading big love to all! Expect the best house music all night long.
Saturday – Seann Walsh @ The Theatre Royal
The Lie-in King returns with a brand-new show. Described by The Guardian as ‘unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation’.
Tickets from £11.15
Saturday – How to Die of a Broken Heart @ Brighton Dome
Heartbreak changed Femi Martin’s body and life forever. This is her solo theatre show about love, illness and not giving up. Full of truths, laughs, and uncomfortable moments ‘How to Die of a Broken Heart’ is an intimate storytelling experience.
3 pm and 6 pm (1 hour long)
Sunday – The Cosmonauts @ The Hope and Ruin
The Cosmonauts don’t exactly fit neatly into the fabric of their scene: too psychedelic to be punk, too punk to be psychedelic, and too absorbed in making their own brand of music to care.
Sunday – International Women’s Day Extravaganza @ The Brunswick
One weekend before their big celebration at the Dome, Brighton Women’s Centre take over the Brunswick for a night of Brighton and Hove’s finest singers and bands, all hosted by up-and-coming comedian Ali Macfarlan.
The organisers say: “All ages and genders are welcome, as we come together to celebrate the empowerment of women and enjoy some amazing live music!”
Tickets £8, concessions £5 (all proceeds go to Brighton Women’s Centre)
1 Holland Road Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1JF, Website