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What’s on in Brighton this Weekend?

What’s on in Brighton this Weekend?
Peggy Bain
  • On February 9, 2018
  • http://www.brightonjournal.co.uk

FUSION; Brighton Bhangra Night

  • Bau Wow, Brighton
  • Thu 8th Feb – 22:30
  • No tickets – CASH ONLY on the door

Brighton’s Bhangra night returns once again! At Bau Wow, Brighton, playing the best Bhangra, RnB, Bollywood, Hip Hop tunes and MORE music that you love all night long!

More information available here

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Madonna Live Tribute Night

  • Maggie Mae’s Brighton, Brighton
  • Fri 9th Feb – 19:30

Listen to the Madonna story through her music from her 80s beginning and the classics that came from then and to her current smash hits too!

Expect to hear… Material Girl, Vogue, Into the groove, Like a Virgin, True Blue, Hung up, Frozen and many many more!

Live Dj after playing the best in 80s, 90s and party anthems till late.

Tickets from £10.00

Tickets available here

Featured image by Matteo Chinellato

Behind the Scenes at Museum Lab

  • Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1EE
  • Fri 9th Feb – 2pm-5pm
  • Free with museum admission, members and residents free
  • Drop in event – all ages welcome

These drop in sessions provide a welcoming, informal space to interact at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. The ‘behind the scenes’ labs provide a chance to meet staff and get an exclusive look at exhibits that usually aren’t on display. All ages are welcome to drop in at any time during opening hours and discover secret histories in a relaxed, friendly environment.

More information available here

Featured image by Matteo Chinellato

Robin Hood

  • The Old Market, 11a Upper Market Street, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1AS
  • Fri  9th Feb – 17th Feb – Various show times
  • Suitable for 7+ years

This Half-Term, join Robin and his Merry Men (and women!) in Sherwood forest for a madcap, swashbuckling adventure full of bold outlaws, evil sheriffs and enough rabbit stew to drown a badger! This stunning new version brings the classic story bang up-to-date, with original music and a vibrant cast.

“Fizzing adaptation…a terrifyingly talented cast”  – The Times

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Krater Comedy Club

  • Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UN
  • Fri 9th Feb – Sunday 11th Feb – 8pm – Doors open 7pm
  • Sat early – 7pm – Doors open 6pm
  • Sat late – 10.30pm Doors open 10pm
  • 18yrs+only

Award winning comedy with top UK and international comedians, featuring headliner Paul Thorne.

‘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

Tickets available here

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Alpha Male Tea Party

  • Green Door Store, Brighton
  • Sat 10th Feb – 19:00
  • Tickets from £6.60

“tear-jerkingly beautiful… furious, and all in all, it’s pure, 18-carat fun. Fun is never a bad thing, right?” – 8/10 – Rock Sound

“Describing Alpha Male Tea Party is something of a challenge, so let’s settle on ‘predominantly instrumental, utterly exhilarating heavy rock.’” – Total Guitar

“their rewardingly complex racket jumps from awe-inspiring metallic proficiency to jagged post-punk gnarl; from brain-crushing heaviosity to wordless, jaw-to-the-floor anthems.” – 4/5 – The Skinny 

Featured image by Jules Joseph

A Vision of Elvis

  • Theatre Royal, New Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1SD
  • Sat 10th Feb – 7:30pm
  • Tickets £27.50

A Vision of Elvis transports the audience on a musical journey from Sun StudiosThe Movie Years‘68 Comeback’ and a breathtaking Concert Years finale, an experience you will never forget.

Voted the Official No.1 Elvis Tribute Show, multi-award winning Rob Kingsley is renowned as one of the best Elvis Tribute Artists, performing worldwide to sold-out audiences.

“The king is back” – Rolling Stones Magazine

Tickets available here

Featured image by Thomas Hawk

Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UE
  • Sun 11th February – 2:45pm
  • Tickets start at £17 – under 18s and students half price

Schubert Symphony No.8 in B Minor (Unfinished)

Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No.1 in G Minor Op.25

Dvořák Symphony No.6 in D Major Op.60 [40]

Conductor and pianist Howard Shelley is always a welcome visitor to Brighton, and here he opens proceedings with Schubert’s ever popular “Unfinished” Symphony.

Tickets available here

Featured image by Jessica Spengler

Swing Patrol Brighton – Learn to Dance In A Day

  • Revolution Bar, West Street, Brighton, E Sussex, BN1 2RA
  • Sun 11th Feb – 1pm-5pm
  • Tickets £19

Swing Patrol is passionate about getting new people swing dancing! They love all things that are vintage but it’s mainly a love affair with the dance and the music.

Two left feet?  No rhythm?  That’s where we can help! Learn to dance in a day and dazzle your friends with your new moves.  This workshop is ideal for those wanting to start dancing and don’t know where to begin. Throw yourself in and get dancing in one day – places go fast, so book now!

More information available here

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Therapeutic Sound Bath with Ruth Summers

  • Brighton Natural Health Centre, 27 Regent Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1UL
  • Sun 11th Feb – 7:30pm/8:45pm
  • Tickets £12/concessions £9

Lie back, relax and allow the beautiful sounds of gongs, Himalayan singing bowls, crystal bowls and therapeutic percussion wash over you, enhancing overall health of mind, body and soul.

The soundbath provides a space where therapeutic sound can initiate a ‘conversation’ with the system and an individual may see themselves more clearly through reflection and enquiry. Proven to relax on a deeper level than other relaxation methods.

More information available here

Featured image by Marjaana Pato

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