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Friday, February 23rd, 2018

House of Rua

Come and join us for an evening of pure hedonistic pleasure. A dungeon, a couples area, themed fetish areas, maids to serve your every need and so much more. We believe in making our events classy affairs where your privacy and comfort are of prime importance.

Dress to impress, no street wear or denim jeans. Add a little red to your outfit to really impress us – after all, we LOVE red at the House of Rua. If you’re worried that your outfit isn’t up to par, email us thehouseofrua@gmail.com

No genital nudity, please respect the venue staff and cover up when you are in the main areas – what you choose to do behind the red, velvet curtains is up to you.


Doors 8pm-1am

Tickets: http://billetto.co.uk/e/the-house-of-rua-in-brighton-tickets-248423

Saturday, February 24th, 2018

Private Party

We love to throw a party. If you are looking for a venue to hold your birthday, civil partnership, wedding or anniversary party or you just feel like letting your hair down and dancing with your friends and family ’til the early hours, call 01273 687171 or email us at bookings@thelatest.co.uk.

Check out comments from satisfied party customers under ‘Testimonials’ above.

Monday, February 26th, 2018

Brighton Storytellers’ Story Slam!

Brighton Storytellers welcomes some new faces for our spectacular New Year storytelling session. Join us at The Latest Music Bar in Kemptown for tales to surprise and delight! Featuring special guests from the city and further afield.

Doors 7.15pm


Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Skylight Cafe Bar

Cafe Psychologique presents

Friendship: The Fourth Love


“Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art, like the universe itself… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.”- CS Lewis, The Four Loves 

Friendship often gets short shrift when compared to other forms of love such as affection or passionate love, yet it is no less necessary for our well-being and quality of life. Arguably, friendship underpins any of our valued social relationships. But what do we mean by ‘friendship’, and do we all mean the same thing? What values do we ascribe to it,? In what ways does our (dis-)connected society emphasise friendship? Or does our culture devalue this essential component of our lives, offering a template of friendship that does not fit what people want and need? In this discussion, we go beyond considering friendship in terms of popularity or extraversion to consider the personal meanings of friendship, and ways in which our society does and does not nurture these vital social relationships. 

Please join us for Cafe Psychologique Brighton, introduced by Dr Rebecca Graber from the University of Brighton. Rebecca is a health and social psychologist interested in how young people’s supportive social relationships facilitate psychological resilience in the face of adversity – how people grow, adapt and make meaning from challenging circumstances. She is particularly interested in the role of friendships in fostering resilience, and exploring how ‘social support’ works – and what psychologists mean by that term.


Cafe PsychBright is a space for to talk about life over a drink from a psychological perspective. Each month brings a new presenter to introduce a topic based on their expertise, but the audience sets the agenda.

doors 6.30pm

talk 7pm


Wednesday, February 28th, 2018



Hosted by Lisa Holloway


Chris Difford is a highly renowned musician, singer and songwriter. With Glenn Tilbrook, he has written a wealth of songs for the band Squeeze, of which they are founder members. These include classic singles, such as Cool for Cats, Up the Junction, Labelled with Love and Tempted. He has released five solo albums; the first was 2003’s I Didn’t Get Where I Am and the latest is 2017’s compilation, Chris To… The Mill. Chris has also written for artists such as Elton John, Elvis Costello and Jools Holland. 2007 saw the publication of his acclaimed autobiography, Some Fantastic Place: My Life in and Out of Squeeze.



Anthony Waye spent many years in the film industry, with roles that included producer, production manager and assistant director. He has worked on eleven James Bond adventures, from For Your Eyes Only to Skyfall. He was assistant director on numerous films such as The Elephant Man, Star Wars, 1981’s Clash of the Titans, Where Eagles Dare, Barry Lyndon, Dr. Who and the Daleks and The Great Train Robbery, as well as on For Your Eyes Only and Octopussy. This is bound to be a fascinating and insightful interview with a leading and versatile film figure.


  • SQUEEZE: A selection of the band’s albums, including their greatest hits
  • PICTUREHOUSE CINEMAS MEMBERSHIP: A twelve month subscription, which covers Brighton’s Duke of York’s and other cinemas. It includes free tickets, discounts, priority booking, access to exclusive previews and special events, and more. www.picturehouses.com
  • CHRIS DIFFORD: A selection of his albums that were released over the past fifteen years. This includes a vinyl box set of Chris… To the Mill with a signed limited edition print. Thanks to Demon Music Group. www.demonmusicgroup.co.uk
  • SOME FANTASTIC PLACE: MY LIFE IN AND OUT OF SQUEEZE: The acclaimed autobiography by Chris Difford. Thanks to Weidenfeld and Nicolson. www.wnblog.co.uk
  • FILMS WORKED ON BY ANTHONY WAYE: DVDs of films such as The Elephant Man, Star Wars, Clash of the Titans, Where Eagles Dare and a selection of Bond films
  • MARTHA REEVES AND THE VANDELLAS: A pair of tickets to the Motown legend and her group at Village Underground in East London on Sunday March 11th. Thanks to Laken Productions and The London Retro Festival. www.thelondonretrofestival.com
  • JEFF WAYNE’S MUSICAL VERSION OF THE WAR OF THE WORLDS: Thanks to Jeff Wayne, a 40th anniversary re-mastered vinyl version of the classic album signed by the man himself. www.thewaroftheworlds.com
  • GOLDIE’S ALL THINGS REMEMBERED: A copy of the autobiography by legendary drum & bass artist, DJ and actor. Thanks to Faber & Faber. www.faber.co.uk
  • DAD’S ARMY RADIO HOUR: A pair of tickets to this Brighton-based live show on May 17th based on the classic BBC sitcom. Thanks to Seabright Productions. www.seabrights.com


Doors 7:15pm, starts approx 7:45pm

£15 On sale soon thespace.uk.com