Welcome to the What’s on Guide for Brighton & Hove.
Check out the October issue of What’s on Guide
Does the world look a little sombre and you feel a bit lack lustre? But autumn also brings beautiful coloured falling leaves and a lot of great events to attend. October certainly brings a plethora of delights across the arts and frankly I’ve struggled to whittle them down at all! So run your eyes across these pages and then look around the rest of the guide for the many others.
Weds 29th, Funkyfish Club
The return of Brighton’s very own alt Drag troupe whose main intention is the challenge the Drag art form and it’s ‘typical’ perception has come once more! These haggard creatures from alleys to gutters have reunited to bring you what they once had at their very own events.
They plan to deliver a new revolting show, and a familiarly fabulous time. Funkyfishclub.co.uk
Brighton Early Music Festival
Fri 24th Oct – Sun 9th Nov
Various venues across Brighton & Hove
It’s the early music festival with a distinctive Brighton twist. With a classical pub night; TOTS concerts for under-5s; daytime shorts in Latest Music Bar; and colourfully-costumed Bach cantatas; as well as appearances by top names such as The Sixteen
and La Serenissima – something for everyone who’s keen on music and live events in general. bremf.org.uk
Thurs 13th November, The Haunt
Critically acclaimed hip-hop poet Kate tempest has announced her first full UK tour in support of her debut solo album, everybody down. She’s earnest, urgent, streetwise, warm and most of all, riotously talented with words. No simple showboat MC, but a rapper who makes poetry out of rap music; don’t miss your chance to catch one of the UK’s hottest talents
Weds 19th November, Komedia
In the words of fellow funny man noel Fielding, “it’s baffling to me that Paul is not a household name in this country. his routines are like jazz clusters, loose hammocks, choked to the brim with jokes and ideas.” indeed, this dude will rip your sides open, leave your face damp from tears, and have you chuckling long after he’s left the stage.