Looking for something different to do this Easter? Check out our guide full of activities and fun in Brighton, featuring everything from boulder climbing to a murder mystery.
“Spreading happiness through unforgettable singing experiences” Whether you want to sing Whitney or Britney, Coldplay or Isaac Hayes, Lucky Voice has got it covered! With arguably one of the best offers around, over the Easter bank holiday weekend, to fuel your sing-along Lucky Voice are offering a £100 bar tab for £50.00 for pre booked rooms. That’s £50.00 worth of free booze. That’s 14 glasses of Gable View Sauvignon Blanc! That’s a GOOD TIME! What are you waiting for?
Bouldering is rock climbing stripped down to its raw essentials. Leaving behind ropes and harnesses and just using climbing shoes over safety mats, your challenge is to climb tricky routes using balance, technique, strength, and your brain.
It’s a great full-body workout, as you use your arms, legs and core strength to make your way up the walls. A session will leave you physically energised, mentally refreshed and smiling ear to ear. We can’t think of a better way to get fit and have fun at the same time.
At Boulder Brighton you don’t need experience or lots of expensive kit to have a go – making it really easy to get into if you’ve never tried it before. “It’s the fastest growing branch of rock climbing, and it’s easy to see why! Come with friends or come on your own, we’d love to meet you”.
“For exclusive discounts for BN1 readers on selected instructed bouldering sessions this Easter, head to www.boulderbrighton.com/BN1”
Over the Easter period Emporium is offering a selection of Shakespearian themed theatrical delights. Until Sun 27 March the theatre will play host to performances of ‘The Tempest’ directed by Nicholas Quirke.
From Weds 30 March until Sat 2 April, exciting new Brighton theatre company, Brief Hiatus, are bringing their debut production – ‘Gertrude – The Cry’ to the venue. Adding a new dimension to what we know of Hamlet, the performance lends its focus to the provocative life of Hamlet’s mother. Expect substantial amounts of slaying, passion and sin.
If you’ve ever visited Preston Manor you will know it is both beautiful and enigmatic, wouldn’t it be wonderful for it to come to life?
Well on Sat 26 March it will, watch the drama unfold and unravel the clues in a classic murder mystery by the 368 Theatre Company. Enjoy a fortifying glass of wine and the special after-hours ambience to get the little grey cells working
Celebrating a phenomenal seven years of monster club events, Tech-Noir will be throwing a party to remember with Trickstar Radio at Brighton’s The Arch, on Sat 2 April. Headlined by superstar DJ/Producer Sonny Wharton, Tech-Noir residents Nick Hook and Brody will also be taking care of your dancing needs on the main room, along with a host of Tech-Noir and Trickstar resident DJs playing keeping the party pumping all night.