Whats On in Brighton

Brighton What's On Guide

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Whats On
Saturday 10 Oct 2020

Events Sat 18 Jan doors open 18:30 Every Saturday until Sat 2 Jan @ The Walrus
Admn: from £20

The Walrus - 10 Ship Street, Brighton, BN1 1AD
t: 01273 603 039 | Website | Email
Full details
 
Other Sat 10 Oct 11am until Sun 20 Dec @ GOVR café
Admn: £15

GOVR café - 114-115 London Road, Brighton, BN1 4JG
t: 07756504365 | Website | Email
Full details
 
Brighton Railway Station - BN1 3XP
t: 01159502151 | Website | Email
Full details
 
Comedy Sat 7 Mar Start 6pm & 8:30pm Every Saturday until Sat 31 Jul @ Artista Cafe and Gallery
Admn: £15

Artista Cafe and Gallery - 42 Waterloo Street, Hove, BN3 1AY
t: 01273778105 | Website | Email
Full details
 


 
The Brighton Magazine

Bring Back Brighton Dome Crowdfunder Success Sees City Venue Smash Its Target
Supporters of Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival have raised over £70,000 towards the crowdfunding campaign #BringBackBrightonDome.

Don't Let The Devil Take Another Day: Stereophonics Frontman Kelly Jones Captured In Sight & Sound On New Intimate Collection
Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones is set to release Don't Let The Devil Take Another Day, featuring a selection of the band's back catalogue reimagined, rearranged and intimately re-recorded by Kelly and his band, all a talented group of multi-instrumentalists at ease interchanging instruments across the album. 

The Brighton Centre To Re-Open With A Little Help From Jools Holland & His Friends
Jools Holland will be performing two shows at the Brighton Centre on 12 December 2020 that will allow for a proper socially distanced performance and safe environment for those attending. 


Street Corners To Stadiums: Brighton-Based Passenger Is Set To Release New Album Songs For The Drunk & Broken Hearted
Brighton singer-songwriter Mike Rosenberg, better known as Passenger,  will release his new studio album Songs for the Drunk and Broken Hearted, at the start of 2021.

Time To Act: Virtual Exhibition & Book Of Stars Of Stage & Screen Backstage By Legendary Theatre Photographer
The experience of seeing actors live on stage is under threat during the present Covid restrictions. Simon Annand's Time To Act reminds us of what we are missing while theatres are closed. Through the eyes of this legendary photographer we observe how performers get ready to face their audiences.

Brighton Fringe Festival's Final Week: Brighton Fringe & The Pebble Trust Announce £10k Support Package
Brighton Fringe and principal funder The Pebble Trust will be giving out funding worth over £10,000 to the events and venues taking part in the Brighton Fringe 2020 Autumn Season. 

Lock Down In Chicken Town: John Cooper Clarke Celebrates DIY Punk Ethos In Art & Words Ahead Of Brighton Date
In celebration of his new autobiography I Wanna Be Yours, the original 'people's poet' Dr. John Cooper Clarke will be performing at Brighton Dome, next summer.

Speak Out Stay Safe: NSPCC Launch Virtual Assembly in Brighton With Guest Hosts Ant & Dec
In 2011 the NSPCC launched a ground-breaking new service designed to prevent abuse before it even starts, called Speak Out Stay Safe.
 
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