Fraser, Author at Brighton Rocks Bar
Every year on the first weekend of August Brighton Rocks holds the biggest street party in Brighton to celebrate Pride.
This year, we are proud to host the Tropical Pride Weekender, two days of madness with talented DJs to get you dancing to the very best house music and special open-air bars to keep the party fuelled up!
On Saturday, August 2 from 2pm till very late, Pride weekend kicks off with the following DJs:
And the party continues on Sunday, August 3 from 2pm with:
Free admission to Brighton Rocks once you have bought your Pride wrist band. Pop by the bar to get your wrist band, which raises funds Pride and related charities.
Following the real success of our two previous True Stories Nights, we are holding the 3rd edition on Thursday, July 3 at 8pm.
Rock your Dad’s day on Sunday at Brighton Rocks by inviting him along for one of our famous Roasts.
For this very special day we’re happy to offer a roast and a pint of beer for only £** for each Dad!
In the evening, don’t miss our now famous Busk for Booze! It’s an acoustic session with tasty cocktails and friendly staff, so we guarantee you will have such an amazing night that you won’t even think about Monday morning!
Call Denise now to book your table on 01273 600 550! x
This year’s theme is “The Arts” with different sections such as dance, theatre and visual arts… it’s a beautiful event to attend!
In April we hosted our first True Stories Night and we’re proud to say it was a very entertaining night at Brighton Rocks!
So on Thursday, May 15 we’re inviting you to attend the SECOND EDITION!
What is a True Stories Night? It is just a bunch of people listening to other people telling stories from their own lives.
And of course we have special elixirs on hand to give you the courage to tell your story!
The rules are simples. Your story needs to be about you, preferably told without notes and taking no longer than 10 minutes.
At our first gathering Nikki told us about the time she pretended to be her own twin brother, Sian confessed to stealing a memento from her grandfather and Gary came clean about a dirty trick he once played on a friend. It was all funny, quite moving… and true.
If you would like to share a story on May 15 please email Denise on firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you all then (and even before!)
Brighton Rocks team x
The concept is simple: let us know in advance that you would like to share a story, then you will have 10 minutes to say your piece (which needs to be true!). We expect you to talk without notes but you will have an interested and supportive audience.
We’re planning the best tunes (and probably some Celtic classics) for dancing, a face-painting stand and Whiskey and Bourbon cocktails.
Talking about cool stuff, do you have any tricks for making a perfect shamrock on the top of a pint of Guinness?