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Brighton Nightlife: Best Places to Go

Feb 13, 2024
The unmissable nightlife of Brighton
One of the best places in the UK to party once the sun goes down, Brighton nightlife is second to none. Whether planning a weekend in town or considering relocating to this vibrant East Sussex hub, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Find six of the best nightclubs in the city for a fun night out.

1. Proud Cabaret

Best for: LGBTQ+-friendly entertainment

Glamorous, decadent and bold, Proud Cabaret guarantees a memorable night out. From burlesque and drag shows to vintage parties, retro game shows and after-dark dancing, this lively bar on St George’s Road is a fun-filled feature of Brighton’s LBGTQ+ scene.

2.  Dead Wax Social 

Best for: Laid-back nights out

If your idea of Brighton nightlife involves listening to great music while enjoying a drink, Dead Wax Social is hard to beat. This lively Bond Street joint has a great selection of craft beers and stone-baked pizzas, but the vinyl collection steals the show. You can browse the old-school records scattered around the venue as decoration and even choose music to listen to privately.

3. Concorde 2

Best for: Live shows

Concorde 2 is a nightclub and a live music venue, regularly ranked among Brighton’s best nightlife spots. Housed within a historic Victorian building, it celebrates music in all its forms, from drum and bass and reggae to electro, house, and you name it. Whether attending a show or dancing the weekend away, you’re bound to have a great time.

4. Popworld Brighton

Best for: Casual evenings

Upbeat and cheesy ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s pop playlists make Popworld one of Brighton’s best nightclubs. This welcoming venue also offers a late bar, meaning you can enjoy your favourite drink before showcasing your Macarena moves or other classics on the dancefloor. This versatile bar is perfect for celebrating special occasions or unwinding with friends at the end of a busy day.

5. Brighton Centre

Best for: Family-friendly entertainment

This Kings Road venue is royalty on Brighton’s nightlife scene. The Brighton Centre is the South Coast’s largest purpose-built events venue, hosting comedy shows, classical concerts, exhibitions, and kid-friendly theatrical performances. It has welcomed world-famous artists over the years, from Bruce Springsteen and The Beach Boys to The Prodigy, Kings of Leon and Bryan Adams.

Brighton is one of the UK’s most vibrant and diverse cities, with exciting things to do and must-try restaurants and bars. It makes a brilliant place to call home for all homebuyers, thanks to its versatile activities. If you’re considering relocating, our new homes in Brighton are ideal.

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