Things to do this weekend in Brighton 12th - 13th September 2015

Best Things to do this Weekend in Brighton: 12th – 13th September

Published On September 8, 2015 | By We Love Brighton | Things to do features

Well we thought summer was done with and then we get loads of lovely sun, not that we’re complaining! Make the most of, what could potentially be, the last summery weekend of 2015 by getting along to one of the or more of the great things to do in Brighton this weekend. With everything from Brighton’s beach front cinema ‘Brighton’s Big Screen’ to multi-sensory virtual reality experiences. Enjoy!


All Weekend:

Things to do this weekend in Brighton 12th - 13th September 2015Dum-Dum Strategem:Works by Petting Zoo Prints & Collectables – Brand new Corridor Gallery (previously One Eyed Jack’s) opens with a retrospective of Petting Zoo’s output since 2008. The new work will be revealed one day at a time, uniform in palette and size, until the first week is passed and the full series is laid bare.

Brighton’s Big Screen – It’s the last weekend for 2015 for the UK’s largest beachfront cinema so don’t miss out! Take your pick from School of Rock, Wayne’s World, Quadrophenia, Big Hero 6, Moulin Rouge and Cabaret.

Brighton Digital Festival – A celebration of digital culture that takes place across Brighton and Hove every September. 2015 marks the fifth consecutive year for the Festival so expect lots of amazing and collaborative events across the city and beyond with workshops, exhibitions, conferences, hackathons and more!


Saturday:

Tormenta Flamenca: Flamenco BluesThings to do this weekend in Brighton 12th - 13th September 2015 – The strength and tradition of flamenco overlaps with the deep joy and melancholy of jazz; soulful blues vocals slide in between explosive flamenco dance. This twinning of art forms, spanning all continents, will dazzle audiences with outstanding vocals, dance and storytelling.

Fiddes Smith: Acoustic, Actually – acoustic, noun. /əˈkuː.stɪk/ 2. (of popular music or musical instruments) not having electrical amplification. Remember MTV Unplugged? Well they weren’t really unplugged were they? Join multi-instrumentalist Fiddes Smith and friends in his front room for an evening of extreme acousticality.

Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival – Showcasing deep jazz from leading artists from the US, Europe and the UK. Headliner, FRI: Kiermyer-Birchall Transcension, Headliner, SAT: William Parker [bassist] and Hamid Drake [drummer]. Brighton Alternative Jazz Festival showcases deep jazz from leading artists from the US, Europe and the UK –offering the antidote to mainstream, commercial festivals that promise jazz but deliver watered down soul, pop-funk and R’n’B.

The Smyths – An outstandingly accurate and thrilling tribute to The Smiths, capturing the band at their best, live, from 1982 – 1987. Now in their eighth year, The Smyths are the UK’s longest-established tribute to the one of the greatest bands of all time.


Sunday:

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