Best Things to do this Weekend in Brighton: 22nd – 23rd November
Ignore that impending Winter chill in the air, pray to the Gods it’ll stop raining, then get along to some of these great things to do this Weekend in Brighton. From film festivals to big name bands we’ve got it covered!
Cinecity – This annual film festival returns to Brighton for it’s 12th edition this November. This years programme focusses on ‘Adventures in World Cinema’ with a packed programme of previews, premieres, artist’s cinema, installations, treasures from the archive, free education screenings and special events. Read our article with programme highlights HERE.
MADE Brighton – An annual high quality, contemporary craft and design event which attracts over 5500 visitors! The fair showcases over 100 makers and designers; from unique glassware to luxurious textiles, functional ceramics to dazzling jewellery, and tailor made clothing to quirky accessories, there is something for everyone.
Classic Gigs Remixed – An exhibition of work focussing on turning classic gigs into commemorative book cover prints, Alex Borg creates unique minimalist designs with a retro twist.
Golem – Following their internationally acclaimed hit ‘The Animals And Children Took To The Streets’ , 1927 preview their new show ahead of its world premiere. A fantastical tale which synchronises live performance and music with stunning hand drawn animation, claymation and film. Also on at 8pm.
Bicycle-Powered Christmas Tree Light Switch On – Get down to Open Market for a festive celebration as the cast of the of Sleeping Beauty turn on the lights of the market’s 20 ft, bicycle-powered Christmas Tree and be snow-blown into the festive season with the Bird Studio Children’s Choir performing live.
Brit Floyd Discovery World Tour – Having performed to over one million fans around the world since it’s first show in January 2011, Brit Floyd – The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Show, returns to The Brighton Centre to perform DISCOVERY, a stunning new three hour chronological musical journey spanning the entire recording career of Pink Floyd from 1967 – 1994.
Bondax + Kidnap Kid + TCTS + Jax Jones – Treatment returns with the Bondax chaps, and this time they are bringing some of their friends along to play as well! Bondax’s evocative music seems to drift between urban sonic landscapes, avoiding classification. Incorporating elements of post-dubstep, R&B, and garage.
Warehouse x Treatment presents Ben Pearce – Ben Pearce is certainly no one trick pony, his proficient DJ skills and productions for the likes of Moda Black & Bridge The Gap are testament to that. After steering his events in Manchester he turned his attention towards DJ’ing and producing, driving a brand of adept individuals that all nourish the labels creative hunger.
The Muddy Choir – The Muddy Choir is a story about boys growing up and the humanising power of music. Commissioned and produced by Theatre Centre, the play has been written by Jesse Briton to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. The play, which includes period songs, tells the story of three young boys serving with the Durham Light Infantry in 1917.
Danger Music Presents: Boston Manor + Holy Pinto + Kid Apple + Feet First – Hailing from the jewel of the North (AKA Blackpool) where life’s a beach and the hen-nights are a plenty, fresh-faced Boston Manor are living proof the often Americanised Pop-Punk sound can be so much more. A night of pop-punk & acoustic tunes, all the fun.
Lout presents… The Ting Tings + guests – When they decided to decamp to Ibiza to record their third album Super Critical, Katie and Jules from the Ting Tings had a slight ‘uh-oh’ moment. Going to Ibiza had party written all over it. As it turned out, unleashing their party spirit was exactly the impetus and momentum needed to craft something special and true to the starting spirit of their musical adventures.