What’s On for the weekend? 21st – 23rd September

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Do you want to know what’s on this weekend? Brighton brings us another fun fuelled weekend packed with events running from Friday-Sunday, including theatre, food and music events in the city. Consequently, the most exciting things to do this weekend can all be found here.

Stephen G. Rhodes & Keston Sutherland

650mAh @ Brighton Digital Festival – All weekend

Brighton Digital Festival is a month long exhibition of digital culture. It celebrates the richness of the “creative and cultural industries in our city”. Therefore, a wide range of unusual and exciting events take place over the weekend. For example, you could visit project space 650mAh inside MIST Vape shop to view gallery that challenges pre-existing “gallery norms” to view their experimental exhibition for Brighton Digital Festival.

More information and timings of events: Brighton Digital Festival

Summer Jam @ FunkyFishClub – Friday 21st September

Still holding on to the last of the summer? As the wind and rain washes away the sunny days, dance the evening away at FunkyFish Club! Summer Jam is an evening of FREE dance music, the best of RnB and throwback tunes. DJ from 10pm.

FunkyFish Club, 10pm til late, FREE, 19 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL


Lava Elastic: Neurodiverse Comedy Night – Friday 21st September

Award winning theatre venue Sweet Venues are hosting another comedy event held at Werks Central. As a result from the previous sell-out event, Lava Elastic returns to this intimate space that attracts the very best of improvised theatre, poetry, and comedy. Whilst also welcoming Janine Booth amongst other comedians. The socialist feminist and popular poet is joined by artists such as Cat Neilson and Sarah Saeed. It will certainly provide an evening of hilarity and entertainment!

Sweet Werks, 8pm-10.30pm, Tickets £6pp, book tickets here, Werks Central, 15-17 Middle Street, Brighton & Hove, BN1 1AL.


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Bee Gees Live Night @ Maggie Mae’s – Friday 21st September

“The UK’s Finest Tribute” are back in Brighton this Friday night as the Bootleg Bee Gees bring the city an evening of live ‘Night Fever’. So, if you’re ‘Stayin’ Alive’ and wish to dance your way into the weekend, make sure to book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

Maggie Mae’s Bar, Doors 6pm Show 8.30pm, Tickets £10pp – book tickets here, 69-71 Preston Street, Brighton, BN1 2HG


Get Into Music FREE Taster Session – Saturday 22nd September

Brighton & Hove Music & Arts would like to welcome all parents or carers with their children in primary or secondary education to attend a free Saturday morning workshop. The event hopes to inspire your child to use their voice or play an instrument. Open to all children Year 2 or above, the event aims to educate about the opportunities of playing an instrument, both individually and in an ensemble. Free drop in on the day to “enable your child to begin their musical journey.”

Brighton Dome Founders Room, 10am – 12.30pm, FREE, 69-71 Preston Street, Brighton BN1 2HQ


Vintage Brighton Fashion Fair – Sunday 23rd September

This Sunday showcases an exhibition of vintage fashion. More importantly, works inspired from figures of the Art Deco era. For this reason, Brighton Dome welcomes all fashion fiends to indulge in vintage fashion as traders will be selling collectibles, furniture, and clothing from the iconic 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s! Be sure not this miss this popular event which promises live music, a tea party and even a vintage hair salon. See more information here.

Brighton Dome Cafe-Bar, 10.30am – 4pm, Tickets £2pp available on the door, under 12’s go free, Early Bird entry @ 10am £3pp, Church St, Brighton, BN1 1UE


Glyn Philpot, Melancholy Negro, 1936

Glyn Philpot Exhibition – Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd September

In contrast to this weekend’s comedic events, is a rare opportunity to view the marvellous works of Glyn Philpot. A British painter and sculptor famous for his exceptional portraits of contemporary figures is available for one final Sunday. This weekend is your last opportunity at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery to view the artworks. The impact this artist had on portraiture is not to be missed.

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 10am-5pm, Entry FREE with Brighton Museum admission or £5.20pp, see website for concessions. 12A Pavilion Parade, Brighton, BN1 1EE







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