- June 11, 2018
1 Brighton Dome has assembled another mega line-up from the world of comedy, including the kooky world of David O’Doherty, the status quo-challenging Sofie Hagen, the sharp edge of Reginald D Hunter, and the relatable observations of Jen Brister. Hurrah for Live at Brighton Dome!
Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Saturday 16 June, 7.30pm, £20/15
2 After listening to Sarah Kendall’s BBC Radio 4 (Australian Trilogy) run it’s a real treat to know that the Aussie storytelling comic is coming to town with a rich hour and a half show – One-Seventeen. Nominated twice for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Show, Kendall is a master word-crafter.
Komedia, Wednesday 13 June, 8pm, £14/12
3 The film Lost In Vagueness is the untold backstage story of Glastonbury Festival and how antihero Roy teamed up with Glastonbury founder Michael to create a place of decadence and muddy opulence. After the film, get ready to party all-night-long in the spirit of Lost Vagueness!
The Old Market, Saturday 16 June, 7.30pm, £15
4 Enjoy an al fresco cinema excursion down at the beach. Check out screenings of Jaws on Thursday night, Moana on Friday morning with the kids – or Mean Girls at lunchtime for a retro start to your weekend. Saturday has The Greatest Showman, and Sunday starts with Finding Nemo. Take your pick.
Luna Beach Cinema, all week, £various, www.lunabeachcinema.com