Brighton Lights: What to do in city – w/c 28th August 2018
1 The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society are putting on a 1920s murder mystery, but as the title suggests, everything that can go wrong… does! The Play That Goes Wrong promises hilarity, rave reviews, and suitability for ages 8+.
Theatre Royal Brighton, Tuesday 28 Aug – Saturday 1 Sept, 7. 45pm & 2.30pm (Thursday & Saturday), from £16.90
2 It’s a humdinger of a line-up at Bent Double this month, with Zoe Lyons returning triumphant from her acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe run to MC. Headlining is the brilliant heavy metal-loving magic-practicing Andrew O’Neill, with support from Maureen Younger, Julie Oliver and Julie Jepson.
Komedia, Sunday 2 September, 7.30pm, £13/10/5
3 Wordfest in Shoreham kicks off this weekend with an abundance of workshops, talks and spoken word performances scheduled until nearly the end of October. Proceedings start very civilly with Fiction writing with Sue Walker, your chance to learn about settings from a published author.
Ropetackle Centre, Saturday 1 September, 2pm, £15
4 Multi-award-winning hip-hop DJ and producer DJ Yoda will perform in the most unique of settings – the De La Warr Pavilion beach terrace. As the sun sets over the beach DJ Yoda will start his pioneering AV set with the visuals being projected on the south wall of the Pavilion. Plus local support.
De La Warr Pavilion, Saturday 1 September, 4pm, £4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11