- May 7, 2018
1 Boogie yourself into the weekend party mood with Guru Dudu’s Silent Disco Walking Tours. Mixing a flash mob dance tour with casual-passerby interaction, fun commentary and unlifting dance favourites, be one of the eccentric dancing people for a while. Part of the Brighton Fringe.
Starting at New Road, Fri 11–Sun 13 May, 3pm (not Friday) & 6pm & 8pm, £12/9
2 Combine the simplicity of bare-bones storytelling with the infinite possibilities of open-world computer games. A House Repeated is a Brighton Festival exclusive, in which you give instructions to performers on stage, navigating and working with your fellow audience-members.
Brighton Dome Founders Room, Thurs 10 (6pm) & Fri 11 (7.30pm) May, £12.50/10
3 Half quiz night, half musical – after its success in 2017 Quiz Night: The Musical is back, meeting up with two friends-with-benefits as they have their much-needed heart-to-heart during a pub quiz. Play for the pot, watch the story unfold, and no Googling allowed! Suitable for
ages 13+, part of Brighton Fringe.
Latest Musicbar, Friday 4 May, 6pm, £9/7.50
4 A character comedian offering up a host of creations Ladyface, aka Lucy Farrett, has the added benefit of an endorsement from cult fantasy writer Neil Gaiman. Said to live in the place where the Mighty Boosh meet Victoria Wood, she’s something new entirely. Part of Brighton Fringe.
The Warren, Thursday 10–Sun 13 May, 9pm, £9.50/8