What’s on in Brighton and Hove: 25th – 27th January

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It’s the last weekend of January! We’ve selected a variety of events in Brighton and Hove to help you celebrate. With activities ranging from drams and drama, to yoga in the sky, we hope that we have found something for everyone this weekend.

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Burns Night at The Richmond – Friday 25th January

Brighton may be as far down from Scotland as it’s as possible to be, but a shared love of drinking and literature unite us. For this years Burns Night, we suggest that you head down to The Richmond and treat yourself to premium whiskey drams with a five course Burns inspired tasting menu.

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The Richmond, 7pm – 2am. 18+. Whiskey tasting flight £12, tasting menu £35pp. Call to book 01273 695866. 33 Richmond Place, BN2 9NA

Don’t Dress for Dinner, Brighton Little Theatre – Friday 25th January

Head down to Brighton Little Theatre for a relatable evening of family drama and mistaken identities. Don’t Dress for Dinner is written by French playwright Mark Camoletti (Boeing-Boeing) and adapted by Robin Hawdon.

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Brighton Little Theatre, 7.45pm. Tickets £10. 9 Clarence Gardens, BN1 2EG

Yoga in the Sky, i360 – Saturday 26th January

Unplug your mind as you glide above the beautiful Sussex Downs by starting your weekend with yoga in the sky. This unique experience promises to be uplifting both mentally and physically. Hosted by My Escape (who ask you to please bring your own mat).

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British Airways i360, 8.30am. Tickets £29. Lower Kings Road, BN1 2LN

Brighton Vegan Market – The Annunciation

Brighton’s best loved vegan market returns in a new location for this years Veganuary. With hopes to expand on what has already been a popular event for Brightonian’s, this new inside venue will hold talks, classes and workshops.

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The Annunciation, 11am – 4pm. All ages welcome. 89 Washington St BN2 9SR

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Saturday Brunch Jazz – The Queen Vic

Sam Carelse and Jason Henson will be performing well-known jazz songs this Saturday lunch-time at the Queen Vic. Get out of the frost and get your body moving over an early drink to the songbooks of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra.

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The Queen Vic, 2.30pm – 5pm. FREE ENTRY. 54 High Street, BN2 7HF Rottingdean

Jai Blue @ Hobgoblin Music, Sunday 27th January

Jai Blue is a Brighton-based singer songwriter from London. Since writing her first song at the age of 12, she is now recognised by her soulful melodies and powerful lyrics. Hobgoblin Music invite all ages pop along and hear her perform for free this Sunday afternoon.

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Hobgoblin Music, 2.30pm. TICKETS FREE. 108 Queens Road, BN1 3XF

If you’re interested in more live music this weekend, check out our selections for Gigs of The Week.

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