Patterns Brighton – The Perfect Place to Work & Play!
Under the careful curation of East London’s Mothership Group, Patterns Brighton injects a fresh burst of energy into one of Brighton’s most historical music venues creating an exciting hub for Brighton’s creative crowds.
The really special thing about Patterns is that it’s the perfect place to work and play. It’s a truly unique, multi-use venue with events spanning from midday to the wee hours. You can use the main space during the day from 12pm as a peaceful place to work as it’s perfect for freelancers and meetings, has the fastest wi-fi in town and delicious coffee! Or on a sunny afternoon why not enjoy a cocktail or two on the seafront terrace and enjoy some food from the grill or current pop-up vendor? Finally of course it’s still the place to go to discover the best in new music, from live bands to big name DJs so you can rave the night away!
Our first impressions on entering the revamped space is how much more light and open the space feels. It’s modern but at the same time has features which play on the building’s original art-deco style elements. There’s lots of warm woods, bare bricks and other natural materials along with some playful oversized convex mirrors and a huge marble bar. The area at the back has lots of comfy places to sit and can also be transformed using a screen, into a private space for parties and other events. Head downstairs and you’ll find a clean and open space perfect for dancing plus 2 well stocked bars and great sound no matter the event as a huge investment has been made in a new world-class sound system.
Of course the bar is still a main focus and you’ll find one of the best drinks menus in the city with a large range of local craft beers (you’ve got to try our favourite ’13 Guns’) and of course international draught favourites. If cocktails are your thing, take your pick from their seasonally curated menus featuring everything from the traditional Caprihna to their very own ‘Shrubs’ (a homemade fruit and spice based drink topped with alcohol and soda). Check out the current drinks menu here. If you’re feeling hungry then Patterns also serves up delicious food daily with treats fresh from the grill, and occasional pop up food vendors.
We were most excited to hear about the venue’s new cultural programme which is full of grown-up extra-curricular activities throughout the week for you to enjoy no matter your age! The current schedule includes a Zine Club every Wednesday, a monthly, day-long arts festival on the last Sunday of each month, in the form of ‘Monthly Milk’ featuring a variety of workshops from pottery to weaving and, during August and September the venue will be collaborating with Brighton Big Screen for a series of off the cuff film screenings on the beach.