What’s on this Weekend: 8th-10th of November
As the weekend fast approaches, we’ve hand-picked a selection of events going on in and around Brighton. No matter your interests – we’ve got something for everyone.
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Friday 8th of November
Cabaret @ The Regency Tavern
Jazz, comedy, musical theatre and more from some of the Sussex Performing Arts community’s biggest names, all in one place.
8.30pm The Regency Tavern, 32-34 Russell Square, Brighton, BN1 2EF.
Free to attend, guarantee a table by calling 01273 325652.
Fireworks Night @ Preston Park
Delayed due to poor weather, but not out for the count. There will be a funfair and an award-winning fireworks show at Preston Park on Friday – and it’s completely free of charge!
Funfair at 4pm Fireworks at 8pm. Preston Park, Preston Rd, BN16SD, Free entry.
Saturday 9th of November
Wormhole Comic Con 2019 @ The Assembly Hall
This weekend, we will see the world famous Comic Con come to Sussex. The event features a cosplay competition, appearances by sci-fi/fantasy authors and artists, as well as actors from franchises such as Game of Thrones and Star Wars. Activities for the whole family include wand making and animation workshops, and – if you’re lucky – you can even get yourself in front of the green screen in the photo booth!
9.30am – 5.30pm (Cosplay competition entry between 10.30am & 1.30pm).
The Assembly Hall, Stoke Abbot Road, Worthing, BN11 1HQ. Find tickets here
Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair @ Brighton Hilton Metropole
Grab yourself a piece from the past for a bargain price at this autumn extravaganza. 40 vintage stalls of accessories and fashion items will be complimented with songs of yesteryear. When you’re all tired out, join the tea party where you can grab a cuppa and a slice of cake.
11am – 5pm at Brighton Hilton Metropole, Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU.
Grab your ticket here to skip the queue.
Sunday 10th of November
Middle Eastern Cuisine @ Brighton Cookery School
Learn innovative and creative cookery methods with Brighton Cookery School! Expand your culinary repertoire with food influenced by Arabia, France and Andalusian Spain. When you’re done with the class, you’ll be able to bring dishes such as Baba Ganoush, falafel and flatbreads into your home to shake things up.
2pm – 5pm at Brighton Cookery School, 64 London Road, BN1 4JE. Secure your spot here.
Pankhurst Community Festival @ Brighton Racecourse
Community based activities, workshops and entertainment for all ages, with a Grand Raffle offering prizes from independent makers and local businesses. All proceeds from the days festivities will be donated to the local council endorsed Pankhurst Fire Residents Fundraiser.
10am – 5pm at Brighton Racecourse, Freshfield Road, BN2 9XZ.
Tickets for the day can be found here. Any residents directly affected by the fire can request a free ticket via the ‘Contact Us’ segment of the ticket site or can head over to Edge Community Centre at 83 Pankhurst Avenue, Brighton, BN2 9AE.