What to do this weekend! 4th – 6th November

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Saturday – Beautiful firework display! 

Also known as bonfire night or Guy Fawkes night, it is an evening of colourful skies and lights. A magical experience to share with friends and loved ones.

Be taken away with the wonder of the streams pouring from the sky! Official website

Friday and Saturday – CHARLES DICKENS – A tale of two cities

Dickens considered “A tale of two cities” the best story he’d ever written! In the midst of the French revolution, a dramatic illustration of the chaos and terror created during the war, Dickens writes the tale of a family enduring horrific violence and life changing events.

Adapted by Mike Poulton, composed by Rachel Portman, directed by James Dacre

Friday at 19:45pm, Saturday at 14:30pm and 19:45pm, Theatre Royal Brighton, Get tickets!

Sunday – The sensational 60s experience – The Tour that never ends!

Original classics performed by 4 of the most popular bands of the 60s. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! Seven legendary names take to the stage and deliver to you a night never to be forgotten. Don’t miss it!!!

7:30, Theatre Royal Brighton, £29.65 – £31.65, Get tickets!

Friday – We, like you! 8th birthday! @Concorde2

Last entry will be at 5am!

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Tickets will be £15 if you chose to not be a super early bird!

Friday and Saturday – Bram Stocker’s Dracula! @Preston Manor

This Halloween Brighton Theatre company, Brief Hiatus, bring the world’s greatest gothic horror story to Preston Manor with a new version of the Bram Stoker classic. There are two performances, you can catch the first at 7:30pm and the next at 9:15pm!

Book in advance guys, only £18! And if you’re a youngling then only £15! Open 7:30pm – 10:15pm on Friday and Saturday!

Friday – Designing interfaces for creativity LIVE MUSIC! @ Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts 

Enjoy a brand new experience of experimental music and instruments.

Anton Mobin: DesIn.collision See his blog!

Andrew Duff: Vectrex & Eurorack study #X ‘Performance v4’ Visit his website!

Atau Tanaka: Myogram Have a listen!

We Are Raw: Audiovisual Live Coding Visit their website!

TRASH Neurons: Drums and no-input feedback mixer

Alice Eldridge: Feedback Resonator Cello Solo – Have a listen!

Open 7:45pm – 10:30pm on Friday! @ Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts 

Friday – Let’s have a laugh with one Jason Byrne! @The Old Market

This crazy comedian is coming to Brighton “Propped up”! BE AWARE: This guy will have you crying of laughter! On his British and Irish tour he reintroduces his audience to his unique stagecraft, hilariously silly props, magical magic stunts AND MORE! Go find out why you want to see a comedian with a rubber duck, owls and oversized wooden spoons!
“Unmissable” Evening Standard.
“Byrne is a bit like witnessing lightning in a bottle” Metro
“The outright king of live comedy” The Times

8pm @ The Old Market Only £17,50! Official website

Friday – Ceilidh Collective is in Brighton RANT LOVERS! @ One Church

Have a drink, a dance and a whole lot of magical musical nonsense for £10! Live band and yummy ale people, whats not to love!


Suitable for lovelies from the age of 15 +

@ One Church  Friday 8pm – 11pm

Friday – Tony Momrelle – BEAUTIFUL soulful singer/songwriter! @ Ropetackle Arts Centre

He’s one of Uk’s best! Tony Momrelle is an effortlessly talented artist able to mix styles from soul to jazz to RNB in exciting and extraordinary ways. Yay yay yay! Go check it out!

@ Ropetackle Arts Centre only £15 Friday at 8pm! Official website

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