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Brighton Lights: What to do in the city – w/c 20th March

- March 19, 2018

Music, Entertainment & Comedy With Victoria Nangle

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1 Godfathers of hair metal music, the New Jersey kids with punk and metal attitude Skid Row play this surprisingly intimate gig on the seafront, mixing up new songs with old classics. Get your mosh on!
Concorde2, Wednesday 21 March, 7.30pm, £25 Niall-Horan-approved-image-2
2 After global domination with One Direction, Niall Horan has embarked upon his very own Flicker World Tour, showcasing his solo work (his single ‘Slow Hands’ hitting the Number One spot in 44 countries). With VIP packages available for super fans too, swooning is to
be expected.
Brighton Centre, Tuesday 27 March, 6.30pm, from £32.90 fly
3 After the band’s recent live appearance in London, Brighton fans of Flight Of The Conchords are refusing to be left out with this specially themed disco. Joining too many dudes on the dancefloor and a spot of ‘Business Time’ will be New Zealand treasures (plenty of Dave Dobbyn), Simon and Garfunkel, rappers, nothing Australian, Daft Punk and The Muppets soundtrack. Muppets of a man may feel free to attend.
Komedia, Friday 23 March, 11pm–3am, £10/7/5 (18+) BrightonPhilOrch
4 At the culmination of the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Education Programme of interactive workshops is the glorious idea of an Open Rehearsal for Children. An introduction to the orchestra, the instruments, and snippets of a few pieces ahead of this afternoon’s show.
Brighton Dome, Sunday 25 March, 10.15am-11am, £Places are free but must be booked in advance. Copy-of-kpm-stars
5 One quarter of the darkly humorous top quality Gein’s Family Gift Shop sketch group (she’s off stage on director and writer duties in case you didn’t recognise her) and one half of the popular serial killer podcast All Killa No Filla, Kiri Pritchard-McLean brings her second solo show Appropriate Adult to us. Such a strong relationship with the ‘wrong’ cannot go unrewarded when her deepest wish was to mentor vulnerable kids – and thus a morality show was born from an immoral comedian.
The Old Market, Wednesday 21 March, 8pm, £12.50/10 Sooz
6 For a marvellous mixture of weekend comedy (at a very affordable price tag) pop along to Mystery Meat Comedy and feast on Funny Women Variety Act award-winner Sooz Kempner. A very funny and talented musical comedian, if you haven’t seen her yet seize the chance. Plus support in the form of other award-winning comedians Lynne Ruth Miller and Martin Wratten. All hosted by your MC Anthony Ayton. Bonza.
Latest Musicbar, Saturday 24 March, 7.30pm, £7/5


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