- November 27, 2017
Music, Entertainment & Comedy with Victoria Nangle
1 Get your rock on and down to see Stone Sour this Friday night. Following the success of their sixth studio album ‘Hydrograd’ in the summer, the ‘Song #3’ band are joined by special guests and support act The Pretty Reckless.
Brighton Centre, Friday 1 December, 7.45pm, from £39.05
2 Moulettes UK tour will see the band Celebrating 10 years of Sotones, Southampton’s Indie Music Co-op innovators, with thier own Winter Festival. With bands that have worked with Sotones and with some of Brighton’s own Co-op art initiatives and bands. Moulettes, Resonators (DJ set), Ed Hicks, Mike Dennis, Ottersgear, Dave Miatt, Wilkomen Collective DJs, RoseHill Arts Hub DJs, Eliza Jaye, Anja McCloskey, Etao Shin and more.
One Church, Saturday 2 December, 1–11pm, £17.50
3 Here’s a surprise – It’s getting hot in here! Diamond-selling, multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning rap superstar and actor, Nelly comes to Bexhill on Sea! With support from Sir The Baptist. Unsurprisingly the show has sold out, but check for returns.
De La Warr Pavilion, Saturday 2 December, 7pm, £27.50
4 Puppetry without a safety net – Punched is back with a new cabaret of delights, hosted by the inimitable Miranda. Showcasing the best of Brighton’s unique puppetry scene plus special guests, expect unusual stories, emotional puppetry and visual treats.
Marlborough Pub & Theatre, Monday 4 – Tuesday 5 December 2017, 8pm, £11/9
5 Margaret Cho’s trip over from her native Stateside fortunately includes a Brighton date on her UK tour. Savagely cuttingly funny and self-reflective, Fresh Off The Bloat takes its name from Cho’s mother’s description of her in the midst of her drugs and alcohol abuse, and focusses on coming back to life and returning from those addictions and suicide. Check out Latest 7’s exclusive interview with Margaret Cho here http://tinyurl.com/y7k8582l
Brighton Dome, Saturday 2 December 2017, 8pm, from £26.50
6 History buffs and jokesters unite for this acclaimed touring show – Stand-Up History. Comedians bring history back to life, peppered with punchlines and dead interesting titbits from the past. Described as charming, nerdy and having featured at the National Museum of Scotland and Mervyn Stutters’ Pick of the Fringe, this is an engaging format to emerge in the comedic subsection currently spearheaded by the likes of QI and Festival of the Spoken Nerd. What fun to get clever!
Komedia, Wednesday 29 November, 8pm £10