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Nightlife in Brighton is fantastic and well worth exploring. There is something exciting to do every night of the week, and often times the fun will last until sunrise. When it comes to going out, the main problem that people encounter is deciding which of the many options to explore.
The two laid back options for a night out, are heading to the theater or catching a film. For a complete list of venue locations, available shows and dates, visit Brighton Theaters. Check out Brighton Cinemas for a list of film venues in the city. A Third option is checking out whats on at Komedia on Gardner street, the comedy nights are excellent.
The bar scene in Brighton is alive and kicking with tons of options for a night out, choosing a watering hole to visit is not always easy. Some bars are on West Street, they are Molly Malones, Hed Kandi, Oxygen & Wahoo. On Middle street there are the Globe and Synergy Bars, on Black lion street is the quirky Cricketers Pub, brightons oldest but still hugely popular. The Black Lion pub is also pretty popular on Black lion street. On East street the Bars are, the Fishbowl, The Mariner & Madam Geisha although this feels more like a club than a bar, and close by on Kings Rd is the Pitcher & Piano. Bar 76 is on Preston Street is a boutique bar and its the type of bar only Brighton could have. worth the little walk though, also on that side of town is Koba and Rock & Rolla both on Western RD, both pretty cool.
Ohso, Brighton Music Hall, Beachigogo and the Fortune of war are Bars on the beach which are defintely more attractive on a warm evening as they have a great terraces but they can also be handy before heading to one of the seafront clubs. Other popular bars in the town centre include the Mash Tun, Waggon & Horses and Mrs Fitzherberts on new England RD, The King & Queen on The Stiene is a big sports pub popular with locals and students alike.
There are a few bars in the St James Street area which tend to cater for the gay market such as the Bulldog, and the Queens Arms. On Marine Drive there is the Amsterdam bar, Charles Street, R-Bar and the bar in the New europe Hotel which all cater mainly to the LGBTG community Pubs is a decent website that classifies bars based on their location within the city. Also provided is a brief review of each particular establishment. Browns bar on Ship street is a mid sized bar in the heart of the town centre.
There are two karoke bars in the town centre with Lucky Voice on black Lion street and Nine Rooms on Middle street.
If dancing is the mission, then clubbing is the solution, there are tons of options in the Brighton area, each one offering a different atmosphere and musical flavor. Clubs in Brighton are pretty good and cater to most tastes, they include; Shooshh Nightclub (formally The Honey Club) Brighton's only VIP Superclub, Digital, Coalition, the Tube and Life which are all on the seafront. Lolalo is a club on east Street, Oceana on West Street is Brightons biggest club holding 2500 people. Audio is a trendy 2 floor club/bar on Marine Parade. Concorde 2 specialises and has a great reutation for Live bands. Revenge is a club predominantly catering to the LGBT community. .For a complete list of clubs in the area, check out Brighton Clubs. This song and Video gives a good insight on Brighton life by DIRTY WEEKEND. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFPQhS...