Think CU Next Tuesday think FYI think Throwback think VIDA, mix them all together and your still not close to imagining the magnitude of RUNWAY. Even the sky is never the limit. RUNWAY will be different to anything you have ever experienced in Brighton and fully expect a non turbulent clubbing experience miles above the competition.
Standing on the humble grounds of its predecessor Audio. This new venture, helmed by London's Mothership Group, will continue the site's longstanding musical heritage, ushering in a new era with a redesigned bar, club and sea-facing terrace.
A full redesign of the ground floor will boast a new menu of cocktails, wines, spirits, craft & world beers, as well as embracing the city's 'foodie' culture by offering street style bites by day.
Working with promoters and artists on a national & local scale, Patterns will pioneer a cutting edge programme of events for Brighton. Staying true to its underground ethos, the club space will undergo a series of well-considered refinements and upgrades, including the installation of a new world-class sound system.
In the diary: 1 Brighton FM, Adesse Versions, Airhead, Black Fan, Charlie Bones, Chris Headcount, Dagger Soundsystem, Dego, DJ Q, Erol Alkan, Everything Is Everything, Floating Points, Hunee, Icicle, J Rocc, Jacques Greene, Jasper James, Jon K, Kamera (live), Koreless (live), Lorca, Marquis Hawkes, Max Graef, Oneman, Space Dimension Controller, U, Wookie, XDB, Zed Bias 'Madd Again' Soundsystem
It's safe to say we'll be making a sizeable impression on our much-loved city.
Audio Live hosts events in Above Audio every Monday and Tuesday from 9pm as well as the occasional live event in Audio Brighton.
MONDAYS: Live & local
Showcasing some of the best live music in one of Brighton's top bars, with weekly events, great deals and a gorgeous terrace right on the beach. If you wish to showcase your band please send your details to [email protected]
Every Tuesday we welcome local covers bands to bring their friends, family and fans to the bar for a night of live music that we can all sing along to.
Audio Live also provides information on all upcoming live shows at the venue.
It's a beautiful listed building on two floors combining the best of old and new Brighton. On the walls downstairs is a magical Paris skyline painted by Lisa Dickson, which creates an unforgettable bohemian, Moulin Rouge effect and everyone from Amy Winehouse to The Kooks has graced the stage.
Upstairs the restaurant bar has a glorious skylight and is cool and spacious. Both floors have full PA and lights. It's only 50 yards from the pier practically on Brighton seafront and holds 200 people. Unlike most other venues it is available on Fridays and Saturdays. It's the perfect party venue.
As well as pop up restaurant events and outside catering, we offer full events packages for functions, weddings and parties of all shapes and sizes.
From large events and functions hosting hundreds of people, to private dining for you and a few friends - formal, black tie affairs to garden BBQs, we'll provide a tailored service to blow you away.
Bringing to the table a highly skilled, knowledgeable management and service team, along with a head chef with 20 years of experience in high-end events catering (including cheffing for the stars at Pinewood studios and F1 teams and catering for exclusive product launch events and premiers); you can rely on us to provide the full package for your event – from start to finish – allowing you to sit back and enjoy your memorable occasion, safe in the hands of our dedicated team.
We host events at our home venue, The Black Lion in Brighton, but can also bring our team to you at another location.
We specialise in designing bespoke menus to suit our customers’ needs, but can also provide ideas of beautiful tried-and tested buffet, canapé, set course, or taster menus. All of our dishes are made from the finest ingredients available, and are always cooked fresh, from scratch, by our passionate team of chefs - before arriving at your table.
We are also happy to offer design of a bespoke cocktail menu to suit your event – with a crack-team of cocktail barstaff on hand to mix things up for your guests!
If you're looking for entertainment, then we have that covered too. With our extensive contacts in the Brighton music-scene, we can provide live bands, DJs (all vinyl a speciality) and more. Whether it's Funk, Soul, Hip Hop, Northern, Reggae, Ska, Indie, Alternative, Blues...anything you want, we know the best in Brighton and beyond.
We can also turn our hands to table dressing and venue decoration, to really set the atmosphere for a memorable occasion.
Email us at: [email protected] or call us on 01273 711884 to speak to us about holding an event at the Black Lion, or bringing our team to an outside venue.
Located on Ship Street above Smugglers Bar, The Loft is a spacious 250 capacity venue. Available to hire for parties, functions and club nights it can cater for a wide range of events. Whether you are looking for somewhere to dance over the weekend or somewhere to host a party The Loft is the place for you.
Brighton Centre is a conference and exhibition centre located in Brighton, England. It is the largest of its kind in southern England, and is regularly used for conferences of the British political parties and other bodies of national importance. The venue has the capacity to accommodate up to 5,000 delegates, although rooms in the building can be used for weddings and banquets. It has also been used as a live music venue since it was opened by James Callaghan on 19 September 1977. It was designed in a Brutalist style by architects Russell Diplock & Associates, who made extensive use of textured concrete.The venue is situated in the centre of Brighton on the sea front and is within 200 metres of major hotels. In 2004, it was estimated that the centre generates £50 million in revenue for Brighton.The second phase of redevelopment was completed in January 2012; a refurbishment of its main entrance resulted in a transformation of its outside façade. In addition to this, the venue’s restaurant, which is regularly used as a relaxation space for larger conferences, now features floor-to-ceiling windows with uninterrupted views of the seafront and new interiors.As part of Brighton's "CIty Plan", it has been proposed that the building be knocked down to make way of an extension to the Churchill Square shopping centre.Notable eventsBing Crosby's final performance was at the Brighton Centre on 10 October 1977. He died of a heart attack four days later, while at a golf tournament in Spain.On 11 December 1982, The Jam played their last gig in the Conference Room at the Brighton Centre.
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Here at The Black Lion, we aim to be the best at everything we do... and we do a lot!! From a fantastic restaurant serving food until 10pm (9.30pm Thursday, 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays) to a consistently busy late night bar... and everything in between!!
The Black Lion is all about live music, served up 6 days a week. Up-and-coming local bands, live and authentic Blues, swinging live Jazz Sundays, Brighton's most popular Funk and Soul bands – right through to renowned names on the DJ circuit... We've got the lot!
Our fantastic DJs have a simple brief: "keep 'em smiling, make 'em dance" We play anything from Northern Soul, Motown, Funk, Rock & Roll, Ska, Mod Revival, Indie, Reggae and Old School Hip Hop... it's a fairly eclectic blend, but we find it attracts lots of the right kind of people, and they seem happy when they stumble out at 3am.
On Sundays we're the 'Live & Swingin' Lion' - our in-house band plays a rotating mix of gypsy jazz, swing, blues, soul and funk. Serving fantastic home-cooked roasts all evening until they run out, as well as our full menu (advanced booking highly advised), we can't think of a more perfect end to the week.
The Black Lion is fast becoming the go-to place for top-class, affordable cocktails in Brighton. With an extensive list made from quality, fresh ingredients, the best Bloody Marys in town, and weekly changing creations, you’ll find something for every taste – always made with care and a flare by our inventive bar team.
Located in the centre of Brighton, The Royal Pavilion Tavern is a historic building offering drinks, dining and live entertainment to our variety of customers.
In the first-floor bar we serve an exciting range of draught lagers & cider, wines, cask ales, spirit mixers and blended whiskies. Complimenting this drink selection we offer a delicious food menu, available every-day from 12pm until 10pm, with accompanying hot beverages.
Upstairs is the Pavilion Tavern Club, a live music and entertainment venue for artists, performers, and DJs. With its own bar, dancefloor, seating area and 200-person capacity, the club is a grand location for a night out.
The Brighton Centre is situated on the beachfront looking out across the channel, our central location positions us within easy walking distance of the city's major hotels, restaurants and attractions.
As one of the largest purpose-built conference and exhibition centres in the south of England, the Brighton Centre continues to be the popular choice for event organisers. Complimented for our light, airy and spacious interiors, with panoramic sea views and easy access, the Brighton Centre offers clients a compact but flexible venue with the capacity to accommodate conferences of 100 – 5,000 delegates.
The Brighton Centre's dedicated operational team have a professional approach to each individual event and enjoy the challenge of exceeding their client's expectations.
You will find working with us a refreshing change and we look forward to having the opportunity of assisting you to plan and complete your event successfully whilst enjoying the benefits of a vibrant city atmosphere on the beautiful Sussex Coast.
Why choose the Brighton Centre?
3,500m2 exhibition space
Auditorium 1 seating 4,450
Auditorium 2 seating 640
4 syndicate rooms seating 200 each
7 breakout rooms capacity between 20-70
6 boardrooms/offices capacity between 6-20
For further assistance, please contact us on
+44 (0) 1273 292643.
The Theatre Royal, Brighton is a theatre in Brighton, England presenting a range of West End and touring musicals and plays, along with performances of opera and ballet. In recent years, catering to a wider demographic, The Theatre Royal Brighton has chosen to offer an alternative to a Christmas pantomime, which it historically performed, replacing the such shows with hits such as Spamalot (2011), The Rocky Horror Show (2012), and Priscilla Queen of the Desert (2013). It also regularly hosts performances during the city's annual Brighton Festival: in 2016 these included the world premiere of a play written and directed by Neil Bartlett, Stella, and the world premiere of The Complete Deaths (a play featuring all of the onstage deaths in the works of William Shakespeare) by the comedy group Spymonkey and Tim Crouch.HistoryIn 1806 the Prince of Wales gave Royal Assent for the theatre to be built and it opened on 27 June 1807, with a performance of William Shakespeare's Hamlet. It struggled until the theatre was purchased in 1854 by actor Henry John Nye Chart, who engaged theatre architect Charles J. Phipps to begin a programme of expansion and redevelopment.
Full events listings are available at http://www.drinkinbrighton.co.uk/quadrant and http://twitter.com/quadrantpub
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*EVERY SATURDAY - Laughing Horse Comedy*
Upstairs at The Quadrant. Tickets are £6/£5 NUS, Doors are at 7.30pm, show starts at 8.30pm. To ensure your seat, or to check out the fantastic lineups, visit http://www.comedyinbrighton.co.uk
*LAST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH - Boogie Chillun' with Neil Sick*
In the Downstairs Bar, Neil Sick spins the finest in surf, grind, rock n roll, rhythm and blues and more! From 9pm, £FREE ENTRY.
*EVERY TUESDAY - Open Mic*
with Kevin Murphy and Jenna Bennett and very special guests. All welcome, drinks promos for performers. Upstairs at The Quadrant from 8.30pm. £FREE ENTRY.
*EVERY WEDNESDAY - Odeon Wednesdays*
Receive a 20% discount on selected drinks when you present us with your Odeon cinema ticket!
Located next to the Clock Tower at the crossroads between two of Brighton’s busiest streets, The Quadrant forms a focal point for those wishing to escape from the bustle of town and relax with a pint... or few... Certainly one of the city's most visually attractive pubs [Grade II listed], The Quadrant is best known for quality real local ales, traditional draught cider and great whiskeys.
We have numerous Roulette, Blackjack and Poker tables with popular slot games like Cleopatra and Lucky Lady’s Charm to make your gaming experience the best in town.
Find us on the A554, King’s Parade in the Marine Point complex where we have free parking for all of our customers and are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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A live music venue in Brighton.
Dice SaloonDistance: 1.1 miTourist Information First floor, Vantage Point, New England Road Brighton, BN1 4GW
The Dice Saloon will be a knowledgeable and passionate store with a unique community feel. We will be creating a welcoming and comfortable environment that lets anyone enjoy the intellectual and social stimulation that comes from the very best board, card and miniature games.
The Bungeroosh Gallery, as a part of the Brighton Festival of Artists Open Houses 2013, presents an eclectic & unique line up of high quality art & craft for the May show with an emphasis on a proportion of work that uses vintage themes and/or reused materials:
Keep checking our blog and facebook page to hear and see more information about the forthcoming work and artists for the Christmas show.
Volk's Electric Railway is a narrow gauge heritage railway that runs along a length of the seafront of the English seaside resort of Brighton. It was built by Magnus Volk, the first section being completed in August 1883, and is the oldest operating electric railway in the world. Although it was preceded by Werner von Siemens's 1879 demonstration line in Berlin and by the Gross-Lichterfelde Tramway of 1881, neither line is still operational.Operated as a historical seafront tourist attraction, the railway does not usually run during the winter months, and its service is also liable to occasional suspension due to severe weather or maintenance issues.HistoryIn 1883 Magnus Volk opened a short, electric railway running for 1/4mi between Swimming Arch and Chain Pier. Electrical power at 50 V DC was supplied to the small car using the two running rails. In 1884 the line was extended a further 1/2mile beyond the Chain Pier to Paston Place, and regauged to. The electrical supply was increased to 160 V DC and the power plant was installed in the arch built into the cliff face at Paston Place. In 1886 an off-set third rail was added to minimise current leakage.
Set within Brighton's most historic regency crescent, the apartment resides in the lower-ground floor of a Grade 2* listed building. Seconds away from Brighton Beach and a short stroll along to the pier, The famous Lane's shopping district and the City Centre which is full of restaurants and bars.