Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image

Brighton Journal | July 18, 2019

Scroll to top

Top

No Comments

What’s on this weekend: 08-10 March

Hannah Midgley

With International Women’s Day just round the corner, this weekend Brighton is packed with events celebrating women and their achievements.

On this special weekend you can expect comedy, music, laughter and inspirational talks.

As always, Brighton Journal has hand-picked the best events for you. Have a look down below at our selection.

Fannytasticals and the Fellowpian Friends @Komedia, Friday 08 March

The Fannytasticals are back in Brighton for the first of two dates at Komedia, joined by the Fellowpian Friends. On the night you can expect standup and sketch comedy with a rude, in-your-face feminine twist. But it’s all for a good cause, as the money collected will go to Target Ovarian Cancer.

Fannytasticals and the Fellowpian Friends, Komedia, Friday 08 March @8PM. Tickets £10.

©brightontheinside.co.uk

Lava Elastic – International Women’s Day @Sweet Werks, Friday 08 March

Lava Elastic is a great platform for neurodivergent people to express themselves, and gives the public the chance to discover talented artists that would otherwise be neglected. On this International Women’s Day, expect to see a bunch of talented women including Jo Neary, Victoria Melody and Rachel Quinn.

Lava Elastic – International Women’s Day, Sweet Werks, 15-17 Middle Street @8PM. Tickets £8.

@BexTurnerComedy, one of the women performing at the event
©BexTurnerComedy

Brighton International Women’s Day @The Dome, Saturday 09 March

Brighton Women’s Centre is joining forces once again with Brighton Dome and Brighton Museum to bring you the largest International Women’s Day celebrations. On the day you can expect talks from inspirational speakers, workshops and activities for all members of the family.

Brighton International Women’s Day, The Dome, Church Street, Saturday 09 March @10Am. Free admission.

©Dominic Alves

Corduroy – Live in Brighton @Patterns, Saturday 09 March

The Acid Jazz legendary band is coming back to Brighton for the first time in over twenty years. The South-London band, formed in 1991, is most famous for their energetic and fun performances. Djs Alan Saunders and Cris Davies will be the opening acts for the show.

Corduroy – Acid Jazz Legends Live in Brighton, Patterns, 10 Marine Parade @7PM. Tickets 12.50.

©acidjazz.co.uk

Luke Jermay’s Intuition @Ropetackle’s Arts Centre, Sunday 10 March

Entertainer Luke Jermay is back in Brighton following his acclaimed debut show ‘Sixth Sense’. The interactive show will be full of surprises: expect telepathy and predictions, having your mind read and your future revealed.

Luke Jermay’s Intuition, Ropetackel’s Arts Centre, High Street, Shoreham, @8PM. Tickets £12.

©electric.theatre

International Women’s Day Beauty Pop-Up for Brighton Women’s Centre @Hotel Du Vin, Sunday 10 March

This exclusive event, limited to only 30 people, will celebrate womanhood and ethical fashion choice. During the event you can expect talks from successful women including Emily Evans, founder and designer of homegrown clothing label Zola Amour, and Carla Webster, SWH Salon Co-Ordinator and freelance Personal Stylist. All proceeds will go to Brighton Women’s Centre, a charity that aims to provide a safe space for women in Brighton.

International Women’s Day Beauty Pop-Up for Brighton Women’s Centre, Hotel Du Vin, 2 Ship Street @3PM. Tickets £15.

Emily Evans
©zolaamour.com

Submit a Comment