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The city of Brighton & Hove with the backdrop of the beautiful South Downs is a seaside resort with a wealth of things to do, great attractions and places to visit. Including the stunning Royal Pavilion, the new i360 tower, the world famous Brighton Palace Pier and the Sea Life Centre. There are always lots of events for all ages going on throughout the year in our exciting, vibrant, diverse, trendy, cultural city. Brighton and Hove also offers plenty of entertainment in the evening, from great restaurants and bars, theatre and comedy to live music and night clubs there will be something for everybody.
Music, Concerts Events
Friday Lunchtime Concerts
Lunchtime Concerts at Brighton Unitarian Church Fridays 12.30-1.15pm View event
John Crampton
  • Friday 20th October, 8:30pm
Don't miss the Incredible John Crampton playing foot stompin’ blues & bluegrass. View event
Exploring the Roots of Western Music
  • Saturday 21st October 11:00am until 5:00pm
Chaired by Flora Dennis (Sussex University), experience a day of free talks, tasters, live music and open discussions on subjects and ideas arising from this year’s BREMF theme– Roots. View event
Fever Club
  • Saturday 21st October, 8:00pm
A Salon of Soul with a contagious beat View event
Introducing the Lute
  • Sunday 22nd October 2:30pm until 5:30pm
Toby Carr provides a chance for guitarists of all genres to have a go at the lute and its massive big brother the Theorbo. View event
One Inch Badge presents: Kele Okereke + Support
  • Thursday 26th October, 7:00pm
Fresh from successfully reinventing his band Bloc Party last year, Kele has returned with his third solo album, Fatherland. View event
Barry Steele and Friends - The Roy Orbison Story
  • Thursday 26th October 7:30pm until 10:00pm
Barry Steele as Roy Orbison in The Roy Orbison Story - From 'Only the lonely through to The Traveling Wilburys' All the hits and more View event
Brighton Early Music Festival 2017
  • Friday 27th October - Until Sunday 12th November
Brighton Early Music Festival 2017 is the UK's most exciting and innovative early music event 27th October to 12th November. View event
The Australian Pink Floyd @ Brighton Centre
  • Friday 27th October
The Australian Pink Floyd Show returns in 2017 with a new set of Pink Floyd songs - 'The Best Side Of The Moon’ incorporating a full performance of what many would call the most iconic rock album of all... View event
Orpheus Caledonius
  • Friday 27th October 8:00pm until 10:00pm
L’Avventura London, Old Blind Dogs, Siobhan Miller (singer) and BREMF Community Choir present a rousing start to BREMF 2017 as classical meets traditional in 18th-century Scotland. View event
The Evolution of the Classical String Quartet
  • Saturday 28th October 1:00pm until 3:00pm
The Consone String Quartet take you through a journey of the evolution of the classical string quartet with music by Boccherini, Haydn and Beethoven. View event
Rameau's Pygmalion
Ensemble Molière with Satoke Doi-Luck (director) present a new production of Rameau’s bite-sized opera Pygmalion with a cast of young singers and a newly commissioned animated film as a backdrop. View event
South Coast Soul Revue Live at The Brunswick
  • Saturday 28th October 8:00pm until 11:00pm
South Coast Soul Revue Live at The Brunswick for Halloween Weekend View event
Dance Sweets
  • Sunday 29th October 5:30pm until 7:00pm
Ensemble Molière perform delicious little morsels of French baroque dance music. View event
Plainsong to Polyphony
  • Sunday 29th October 7:30pm until 9:00pm
BREMF Consort of Voices and Lacock Scholars with Deborah Roberts and Greg Skidmore (directors) trace the roots of polyphony in ancient chant melodies, culminating in Tallis’s 40-part motet Spem in alium. View event
Through the Lonesome Woods
  • Thursday 2nd November 8:00pm until 10:00pm
The Askew Sisters, an acclaimed English folk duo, delve into the entwined roots of folk and early music. View event
Roots, Shoots and Celestial Flowers
  • Friday 3rd November 8:00pm until 10:00pm
Musica Secreta and Celestial Sirens with Deborah Roberts and Laurie Stras (directors) perform music from the convents of Ferrara in 15th and 16th century Italy. View event
The Phesant's Eye
  • Saturday 4th November 1:00pm until 2:00pm
Ensemble Hesperi explore the fascinating world of Scottish baroque music. View event
  • Saturday 4th November 3:00pm until 5:00pm
Showcase of 20 minute sets from The Gesualdo Six, Istante, Flauti d’echo, Rumorum and Improviso, five emerging ensembles selected for the festival’s young artist scheme. View event
Carissimi's Jephte: Approaching the Oratorio
  • Saturday 4th November 7:30pm until 9:00pm
Musica Poetica explore the development of the early oratorio, culminating in Carissimi’s poignantly beautiful Jephte. View event
BREMF LIVE!: Clubnight
  • Saturday 4th November 9:00pm until 11:00pm
Music from five young early music ensembles presented informally in a pub setting. View event
UpRoar People's Choir Taster Session
  • Sunday 5th November 2:00pm until 4:30pm
Come to UpRoar People’s Choir for songs of protest, passion, and solidarity, in glorious uproarious harmony. View event
  • Sunday 5th November 7:30pm until 9:00pm
Ensemble Tempus Fugit perform a music drama about the early days of the East India Company. Traditional Indian music meets English folk and classical music in 17th century Calcutta. View event
Brighton Acoustic Session
Top acoustic folk and roots performers every month View event
Monteverdi's Orfeo
A vibrant young cast headed by Rory Carver as Orfeo, Monteverdi String Band and The English Cornett & Sackbut Ensemble with Thomas Guthrie (director) and Deborah Roberts (musical director) present one... View event
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