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Brighton Lights: What to do in the city – w/c 2nd October 2018

- October 1, 2018

1 Now in its sixth year, Cardiac Comedy has fast become one of Brighton’s best charity mixed bills not to be missed. This year the British Heart Foundation fundraiser boasts a line-up that includes Dane Baptiste, Laura Lexx, Simon Evans, Steve Best – plus your resident MC Dave Blood.
Komedia, Wednesday 3 October, 7pm, £29/17.50 Goon-Cups
2 Apollo Theatre Company and Spike Milligan Productions are proud to team up to bring this timeless comedy classic – The Goon Show – to the stage for the first major theatrical production in the show’s illustrious 65-year history. From “He’s fallen in the water!” to the adventures of Neddy Seagoon.
Theatre Royal, Sunday 7 October, 7.30pm, £19.40 – £30.90 STANLEY-DONWOOD©JakeGreen
3 Come along to The Space, which this time sees host Wayne Imms put the most interesting questions to his guests interviews with actor Julian Glover (Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade, Doctor Who) and artist Stanley Donwood (covers for Radiohead albums, JB Ballard novels).
Latest MusicBar, Wednesday 3 October, 7.30pm, £16 JOE-LYCETT-2018-TOUR-IMAGE-LANDSCAPE
4 Put your name down for return tickets, as the Brighton leg of Joe Lycett’s latest show – I’m About To Lose Control And I Think Joe Lycett – has sold out! Chronicling more of his own internet trolling, sharing jokes and paintings, the 8 Out Of 10 Cat Does Countdown favourite has a packed show.
Concert Hall, Brighton Dome, Friday 5 October, 8pm, £21

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