FREE & CHEAP THINGS TO DO IN NOVEMBER
This month is packed with a huge variety a great things to do across Brighton and Hove throughout November. With exhibitions, club nights, cinema, theatre, comedy, film festivals and fireworks there’s so much to choose from!
Eelus ‘Horrorshow’ Exhibition – Ink_d Gallery
Eelus has decided to step away from the child friendly, rainbow like images of the last couple of years and return to his darker roots. ‘Horrorshow’ will feature work made from hand-cut paper that focuses entirely on his number one love of horror imagery from the silver-screen, pulp comics and classic literature.
Fri 18th Oct – Sun 17th Nov – FREE
Juke Joint Jamboree – The Mesmerist
Taking you back to the dance-halls of New Orleans. Expect vintage hits and boutique rarities from an era of high octane rhythm n blues and rock n roll records. And if that wasn’t enough expect the unexpected from one of our midnight shows, be it burlesque, circus, theatre or otherwise.
Sat Nov 2nd, 9th ,16th, 23rd and 30th – FREE
Clock Tower Cinema – Quadrant
Free film screenings every week. Novembers theme is ‘Independant Americana’. Listings as follows – 4th ‘PI’, 10th ‘Clerks’, 11th ‘Swinger’, 17th ‘Reservoir Dogs’, 18th ‘Donnie Darko’, 24th ‘Kids’ and 25th ‘Dazed and Confused’.
Nov 4th,10th,11th,17th,18th, 24th and 25th – 8pm – FREE
Lines and Strokes – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
A new exhibition night for local artists to showcase their work, network with others and make their prints available for sale. This will be the first event! 5 great artists will be showcasing their artwork and selling their prints at the ‘Pop Up Print Shop’. If you enjoy great quality illustration/artwork/paintings then this is for you!
Weds 6th Nov -7.30pm – 11pm – FREE
Dead Late – Brighton Museum
Writing our Legacy and Latin Voices Live! invite you to celebrate Mexican festival Day of the Dead at this special late opening. Includes performance, drop-in dance, traditional storytelling, craft workshops, Mexican cocktails and a DJ set featuring traditional and contemporary Latin rhythms.
Thurs 7th Nov – 7pm-10pm – £7/£5/£4
Racing Minds – Komedia
Fresh from a five-star sellout smash at the Edinburgh Fringe, Racing Minds present an improvised comic adventure based entirely on audience suggestions. A doddery grandfather can’t quite remember his ripping yarn, but with your help a mystery stuffed with hilarious characters, whip-smart wit and breathtaking twists will take hasty shape before your very eyes.
Sun 10th Nov – 8pm – £5
Cinecity –Various Venues
It’s the 11th edition of this annual film festival this November with the very best in international cinema and a packed programme of premieres and previews, artists’ cinema and installations, treasures from the archive, free education screenings and special events. Plus most events are under £10! Read more here.
Thurs 14th Nov – Sun 1st Dec 2013 – Various Prices
PixelPyros – Brighton Dome – Corn Exchange
The audience controlled virtual fireworks display created by digital artist Seb Lee-Delisle comes to its home town in Brighton as part of a national tour. Computer generated fireworks will be projected onto a 60ft wide screen using high power projectors and lasers. And every single one is fired by you.
Mon 11th Nov – FREE
The Uncanny Valley – Upstairs at Three and Ten
Wilson feels lost in the city until he discovers Her. Eyes light up and a battery heart starts beating. Lecoq-trained company Superbolt Theatre use physicality and absurd humour to tell the electric love story of a man and a robot.
Weds 13th Nov – Sat 16th Nov – £9.50/£8
The Fairy Tale Fair – Patcham Methodist Church
A whimsical themed craft fair with handmade crafts, workshops, vintage tearoom, face painting, charity raffle & more. Over 35 stalls selling a range of crafts including jewellery, knitted items, cushions, cards, prints, accessories, vintage, hair pieces, bags, decorations, beads and much more.
Sat 16th Nov – 10.30am – 4pm
The Oska Bright Film Festival – Brighton Dome
An international showcase of short films made by people with learning disabilities, a dynamic force for change and a very lively three days with 9 film screenings.
Sun 17th Nov – Mon 19th Nov – £12 for a 3-day festival pass/£3 per screening
MADE 2013 – Brighton Dome – Corn Exchange
We will again be welcoming over 120 innovative and original makers and designers to show and sell their work directly to the public. Beautiful and unique jewellery, textiles, glass, ceramics, furniture and much more across all prices brackets, means the fair provides something for everyone’s taste and budget. A café provides a space to take refreshment and relax. 241 tickets here!
Fri 22nd Nov – Sun 24th Nov – £7.50
Rabbit in the Headlights – Upstairs at Three and Ten
Often hilarious, sometimes bizarre and occasionally mind-blowing! A great night of new stand-ups hosted by winner of the 2011 BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Award, Angela Barnes.
Fri 29th Nov – £6.50/£5