What’s on this Easter weekend
If you’re at a miss as to how to spend this bank holiday Easter weekend, don’t fear. Here’s a list of some ideas of how to spend the next four days.
Patterns. Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
The seafront bar is hosting a four day Easter bonanza, with some great DJ’s lined up for what should hopefully be an unforgettable night for those attending. Friday night will see Brandon Block on the turntables, followed by DJ Seinfield on Saturday and Jaspar James rounding off the weekend with a stellar Sunday set list. For an affordable night, and a house/electro soundtrack, head down to Patterns!
Krater Comedy Club – Komedia. Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
If you want some laughs heading into the weekend, venture down to the ever-reliable Komedia, where 3 days of award-winning amusement comes from Jarred Christmas, Keith Farnan, Sean Collin and MC Stephen Grant. The humor will be of the adult-themed variety so you must be over-18 to enter the venue. Tickets range from between £16.50 – £30.00. More information can be found here.
Brighton Easter Craft Fair. Saturday.
It’s that time of the month again. Pop down to the Friends Meeting House on Ship Street to experience the craft fair in all of its Easter glory. You can peruse or purchase a selection of unique, handmade arts and crafts from local artists/creators. The cafe will also be serving snacks and beverages at cheap prices. Entry is free and the event runs from 11 am to 4.30 pm.
Brighton Pier. Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
Head down to the Palace Pier for some Easter fun for the whole family. With a cracking lineup in Horatio’s starting on Saturday afternoon with 80’s rock throwbacks Iron Tyger performing a selection of nostalgia fueled tunes. On Sunday boogie on down to some good old fashioned blues with rock n’ rollers The Catfish Kings. Rounding it off on Monday are female trio Violet, who will be playing a selection of era-defining hits from the 60’s through to the present day. Young children are well-catered for as well, with Mr Hoppy’s egg hunt on Easter Sunday from 2 pm onward.
All Day Easter Metal Show at The Arch. Sunday
If you feel like having a more extreme Easter Sunday, head down to seafront night club The Arch, where Mammothfest and Jackhammer promotions are holding an all-day metal show across 2 stages. Featuring hard-rocking acts like Vader, Immolation, Monument Of Misanthropy and many more, if you love your death-metal, you should probably be in attendance. Tickets are £15.00 if you buy in advance, £20.00 on the door, which is a bargain for a multi-stage event featuring 17 bands.
Boutique Baby Easter Disco. Monday.
Rounding off this list in a family-friendly manner, Boutique are running an event for the whole family and especially the young’uns. There will be a mini-disco, Easter-egg hunt, a visit from the Easter bunny and much more for the tots. Parents will be catered for as well with a glass of bubbly being provided on arrival so you can sit back and relax while your little ones enjoy Easter Monday. Admission is free for children under-10 and £5.00 for adults.