- August 6, 2018
1 Treat yourself and your pals to a night out bingo with a difference – Musical Bingo. It’s just like regular bingo but instead of numbers shouted out, songs are played. There are prizes for one line, two lines, three lines, and a full house – as well as plenty of earworms to drop into your head for the week ahead.
Komedia, Thursday 9 August, 7pm, £10
2 More than 40 combinations of Prosecco, Cava, Spumante, Pink fizz, Brut and Prosecco based cocktails are ready for you to savour at the Prosecco Festival. All bars work on a token (no cash) system. And to soak up those bubbles, there’s Italian street food.
Hilton Metropole, Friday 10 (6.30pm–11pm) – Saturday 11 (12.30pm–5pm & 6.30pm–11pm) August, £12.50 – £35
3 Before Mean Girls, there was Heathers. A generation’s cinematic dark comedy encompassing the perils of high school in a delightfully twisted manner, starring Christian Slater and Winona Ryder, celebrates its 30th anniversary with another chance to catch it on the big screen. Cult classic.
Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Monday 13 August, 9pm, £7.50
4 What do you need for the perfect Summer’s Day? The perfect Summer’s Day soundtrack, of course! Pop along to this regular Record Fair, with thousands of vinyl bargains and collectors’ items for you to browse through, with the event itself raising funds for local charity Martlets.
Komedia, Sunday 12 August, 10am–4pm, free
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