SOCIALLY DISTANCED LIVE EVENTS
Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our customers, members of staff and performers at The Brunswick. We have worked hard to ensure a covid secure venue whilst restrictions remain in place and we look forward to welcoming you to a show soon.
All shows are socially distanced and tickets are available to be bought in tables of 2,3 and 4 via the ticket links below. Due to updated guidelines, all tables must be from one household only.
Advanced tickets are highly recommended to guarantee entry to the show.
For the full list of safety measures in The Venue please click here.
THE BRUNSWICK JAZZ CLUB
Come to The Brunswick for an evening of the finest jazz musicians from across the south coast in The Venue.
The Paul Richards House Band will be performing as a quartet with special guest performers every single week for what promises to be a night of spectacular jazz performances.
Food is served until 9pm and there will be table service throughout the show for both food and drink.
This week Paul introduces the talents of Jack Kendon on Trumpet alongside his house band.
RISHI SUNAKS COMEDY RETRAINING PROGRAMME
2nd and 4th Wednesday
Are you ready for some live comedy from professional TV comedians? Award winning comedians on the rise? How about fledgling comics starting their career?
Well now’s your chance to have a hand in helping comedians at all stages continue to grow, keeping live performance alive as well as supporting a loved local venue.
Featuring Maisie Adam (Have I Got News For You, Mock The Week), William Stone, Hannah Fairweather, Dan Jones + More
Tickets are just £10 for 6 fantastic acts over 80 minutes with each night including a headliner not to be missed. With a capacity of just 36, these nights should be something special for all those involved.
THE BRUNSWICK SHOWCASE
Every Thursday from Jan. 7th
The Brunswick Presents...
Our weekly showcase event, highlighting three of the finest acts from across Brighton & Hove every single Thursday.
For our first showcase we bring you:
7PM - 10PM
Tickets are limited with social distancing in place.
Ticket holders are not required to eat if drinking alcohol but we will have our menu in place should anyone wish to eat with us.
Festive Fun With
Santa & Mrs Claus + Crazy Custard Capers
- SEVERAL DATES + TIMES -
Festive Fun with Santa and Mrs Claus
Join Santa and Mrs Claus in this interactive live performance as they host a jam packed show with stories, games and Christmas cheer. A perfect way to entertain the whole family.
Mr and Mrs Claus Hosting...
Chocolate selection box for every child
Show Dates: 1pm and 3pm performances
Wed 23rd Dec
Sun 27th Dec
Crazy Custard Capers Pantomime
Fast paced, fun filled pantomime, full of song, silliness and chases
Everyone is ready for the big day, the presents are wrapped, mince pies baked and excitement is growing. However, something is amiss, the big baddie, Chip O’larta, is out to ruin it all. With his brother in tow they set out to steal everyone’s presents and ruin Christmas. However Zig Zag and Mrs Cookson are on the case and with the help of the children they set out to return the presents and save the day. A fun packed show, with songs, dances and heaps of festive cheer.
Running time 60 Minutes
Tickets £12.50 per person (non walkers free)
Show dates: 12pm and 2pm performances
Saturday 19th December
Sunday 20th December
New Years Day Jazz Takeover!
1PM - £5
7PM - £10
THE REAL MUSIC CLUB
W/ DANDELION CHARM
+ TIM BURNESS (SOLO)
FRIDAY 22ND JANUARY
The Real Music Club return to The Brunswick with a special, stripped back show for us with headliners Dandelion Charm being joined by a solo set from Tim Burness.
Dandelion Charm from Newhaven, England, blend folk, prog and rock, with a sound reminiscent of the late '60s and early '70's. Think Fleetwood Mac meets Opeth, CSN meets Yes.
Intricate harmonies and epic outros tell emotional stories of disfunction, joy and despair.
Their latest album ‘Maybe Dreamers’ follows on from 2018’s five track mini-album, 'Riding the Flood', and their debut album 'Tiny Drop'.
Support comes from the illustrious Tim Burness who will be performing a stripped back, acoustic set to open the show with tracks from his albums 'Interconnected (2018)' and 'Whose Dream Are You living? (2017)'.
TIM STAFFELL AND PAUL STEWART
JANUARY 29TH (RESCHEDULED)
Tim Staffell was the lead singer and bassist of the now legendary sixties rock trio Smile, alongside guitarist Brian May and Roger Taylor. When he left to persue other musical projects in 1970 , his college friend Freddie Bulsara took his place as lead singer. The band changed their name to Queen and Bulsara changed his name to Mercury.
The 2018 biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody' depicts this chapter in history, portraying a gig where Smile performs 'Doin' All Right', which Staffell co-wrote with May (and was also recorded with Mercury for Queen's first album). Staffell supplied new vocals and bass parts for the movie and official soundtrack: 'Doing All Right - ...Revisited'.
Staffell has continued to write and perform original music in the decades since he left Smile, collaborating with luminaries such as drummer Colin Peterson (Bee Gees), keyboardist and composer Morgan Fisher, guitarist Snowy White and Chaz Jankel (Ian Dury & The Blockheads).
ORNATE ANTLERS (ACOUSTIC)
FEBRUARY 20TH (rescheduled)
After last year's launch party for the single "Princess Bubblegum", Ornate Antlers are excited to be back at The Brunswick for a first ever acoustic show and the first gig with new guitarist Joe recruited over the summer.
They'll be joined by band friends Binky, who'll be throwing in their foot-stomping ragged folk sounds for what should be a great evening!
Ornate Antlers' new single "When the Fonz jumped the Shark" will be released on the 31st October.
Join us on New Years Day for a full Jazz programme and kick off 2021 in style!
Jazz Lunch in The Venue from 1pm for just £5 with Paul Richards performing as a duo and the evening a full band show with special guest Jack Kendon on trumpet for £10 !
Food will be available for you to order and there will be table service throughout the show for both food and drink.
You are not obliged to eat in order to consume alcohol but we will have our Winter Menu in place for you should you choose to eat with us!
This ticket link is for the Jazz Club Show at 7PM