Nocturnal? No Problem!

Published: Friday 23rd Oct 2015

Written by: Abi Radford

Brighton’s reputation as a hot spot for music lovers and bar hoppers is well deserved as the city’s buzzing night-life offers a huge choice of clubs,bars and music venues to suit everyone from the sophisticated cocktail drinker to the indie band crowd. For a truly unique night out, try Kemptown’s Proud Cabaret, a glamorous retro supper club in the old Hanbury Ballroom venue; a big hit with the locals so book in advance. Proud Cabaret offers a sumptuous menu and entertainment in the form of cabaret, DJs and burlesque performances.Kemptown is also home to The Latest Bar, a live music and party venue with an eclectic mix of music, performance and the spoken word.

In the city centre you’ll and the inspirational Dirty Blonde on East Street, an intimately lavish setting for show-stopping cocktails and adventurous menu.With a 3am finish you can enjoy live music and DJs there too without blowing your budget. If you’re looking for a party vibe, a short walk away on Middle Street is the ever popular Casablanca JazzClub,home to the best soul, funk,disco and Motown. A long-standing favourite it showcases some great live acts sure to get you up and dancing. Green Door is also worth checking out for great live acts and club nights.

For comedy, cabaret,music and a variety of club nights all under one roofhead to Komedia on Gardner Street in the North Laine. Voted Best Comedy Venue in the South, up and coming acts play regularly alongside the more established names at the Krater Comedy Club at the weekend.A great place to sample music in an intimate setting it offers a wide spectrum of genres including folk, reggae and acoustic, and, if you fancy a film, Dukes at Komedia have a cinema upstairs too.

Abi Radford



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