Brighton Lights: What to do in the city – w/c 27th March

Music, Entertainment & Comedy With Victoria Nangle

1 With the release of their eighth studio album, Invisible Storm, in January, Turin Brakes showcase why it is the rockers have sold over a million records worldwide.
Concorde2, Good Friday 30 March, 7pm, £20 Daphne-and-Celeste-920x584
2 Celebrate Easter by moshing the weekend in with the rap/pop duo that were stuck in everyone’s heads at the turn of the century – Daphne & Celeste. From ‘Ooh – Stick You’ to ‘U.G.L.Y’ and on to their own inimitable cover of Alice Cooper’s ‘School Out’. Plus, a brand new album of tracks for fresh dirty sugar-highs.
Hope & Ruin, Good Friday 30 March, 7.30pm, £11 BrightonFestivalChorus
3 Poised between the .solemnity of Good Friday and the joy of Easter Sunday, this special concert by the massed ranks of two great choirs and one of the country’s finest orchestras ensures a spectacular evening of musical talent and artistry this Easter weekend. Brighton Festival Chorus and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra perform Crucifixus.
Brighton Dome, Saturday 31 March, 7.30pm, £25/20/15/12.50 Fat-People-in-History
4 In the run up to a possible .weekend of feasting and decadence, join Simon Topping for his talk on Fat People In History, re-assuring yourself that you’re actually quite moderate. With tall tales, shocking facts, and exploding corpses, journeying from medieval Europe to more recent fads to surprise us all. Part of Hove Grown Festival.
Sweet@The Welly (Duke Of Wellington), Wednesday 28 & Thursday 29 March, 8pm, £7 rachel-parris-1
5 After monopolising social media streams each morning after The Mash Report went out on BBC2, Rachel Paris’s own brand of bullet-fast razor-sharp satire with a smile has gone stratospheric. So, wisely, now that the show has gone on hiatus Paris is off on tour with her solo show Keynote. Under the premise that she is a guest speaker at her old school she explores what kind of message she’d like to pass on to impressionable minds via the mediums of stand-up, character and
musical comedy.
Latest Musicbar, Thursday 29 March, 8pm, £10 SHAZIA-MIRZA-3---pls-credit-Amelia-Troubridge-Photography
6 Shazia Mirza is back from Channel 4’s .Celebrity Love Island with a new stand-up show – With Love From St Tropez – promising to be about lies, nudity and the periodic table.
Off the back of her acclaimed last show, The Kardashians Made Me Do It, exploring politically correct liberalism, the intrusion of ISIS into British lives and Jihadi brides, expect a mix of politically charged and pop culture humour from this respected comic.
Komedia, Tuesday 27 March, 8pm, £14/12

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