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Friday, October 19th, 2018

ATTIC x Discojuice

Join us for a night of frolics as we take over Latest Music Bar (basement club and ground floor bar).
Resident ATTIC + Discojuice DJs on rotation throughout.

Doors 10pm-3am

£3 before 12
£5 after

Sound courtesy of Gorilla Sounds.
Art courtesy of Jamie Muck.

Saturday, October 20th, 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

Check out comments from satisfied party customers under ‘Testimonials’ on home page.

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

Harvey Causen

Calm and understated, Bristol’s Harvey Causon is turning heads with his deft take on contemporary R&B, percussive electronica and powerful, brooding vocal that sounds far more world wearied than his 20 years. Harvey writes and produces his own tracks, as well as collaborating with producer and flatmate, Gabriel Gifford.


Doors 7.30pm


Wednesday, October 24th, 2018

Brighton Science Festival present:

The Kurious Kabinet of Dr Katterfelto – guided by Ian B Dunne

Two centuries ago showman, scientist and quack ‘Doctor’ Katterfelto, claimed inventor of the “Solar” Microscope and the aerostat toured the country, producing marvels, healing and possibly ripping people off.

Since then his exploits fallen into the dust of collective forget.

Armed with a range of strange and wonderful equipment and properly equipped with exotic specimens from his private museum he ushered in the age of discovery.

See insects the size of dogs, marvel at the levitating balloon, tremble before the demonic cat.

Recreating, examining and investigating the mystery, quackery and discovery of the age of enlightenment, Ian B Dunne will channel the good Doctor to bring some of the age of wonder to new audiences, to enlighten and entertain.

Great wonders! Strange wonders! Unearthly wonders! Hidden wonders!

All now able to be seen by you.

Doors 7.30pm-9pm

£10 (£8 concessions)

Recommended age 12+

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Thursday, October 25th, 2018

Brighton Science Festival presents

Ian B Dunne: The Wrong Stuff

There’s been a whole shed full of theories that were just plain wrong, from Aristotle on motion, phlogiston, phrenology, to the glorious bizarreness of a hollow earth where we live on the inside. Ideas like these are laughed at now because the scientific method proved them wrong. But its a good idea to see what we can learn from the mistakes of others.

Join Ian B Dunne the Science Showman on a series of sideways leaps through the dead ends of the history of science with an emphasis on entertainment, amusement and changing the way you look at the world. A whistle-stop tour of some of the wackier theories that have added colour and weirdness to our understanding of our fantastic universe.

Doors 7pm

Show 7.30pm

Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions)

Recommended age 12+


Friday, October 26th, 2018

Sassy Resurrected

☠️Would you like to come back from the dead? Sassy Cabaret has decided its worth a shot, as we all melted into our graves after the summer sizzler, but now we are beginning to stir once more….!

☠️With All Hallows Eve fast approaching, the light summer nights waning and the wind now beginning to whip around the roof tops once more….here at Sassy HQ, we are busy plotting our ghoulishy ghastly Sassy Resurrected show…

☠️Abandon faith all ye who enter here….and prepare to be seductively drained of your senses and devilishly glitter bombed with deadly accuracy!

☠️This is our last show of 2018 Sassy folks, so lets celebrate Halloween in truly Sassy style on Friday 26th October….!

☠️Sassy regulars…you know the score…but for any ripe for the picking Sassy newbies, here’s how it all goes down…

☠️We give to you a full sit down burlesque show, complete with fiery fiends from hell (who we like to call performers!) and a compere that Satan himself quakes in his shiny stiletto hooves over!

☠️And if that wasn’t enough, we have Brighton’s master of mayhem DJ Arthur Shillin’ back on the decks for our After the Resurrection show party….along with outside interval fire shows, a hauntingly hot glitter girl stall and much more!

☠️Be Warned: Tickets sell out in advance, so we strongly advise booking as early as possible to avoid disappointment! Our venue is gorgeously intimate, therefore tickets are limited!

☠️Any group bookings please let us know ahead of time, so we can set up the room appropriately to accommodate your good selves.

☠️Doors 8pm for pre show drinks and spooky shenanigans / show starts promptly at 9pm / post show DJ party 11(ish)pm onwards

☠️Dress Code: smart, burlesque, cabaret, Halloween, vampire, ghoul, werewolf etc! Zombies encouraged. Unicorns will be burnt at the stake.

🖤We can’t wait to welcome you into our heaving bosom!🖤

Lots of love

💚Sassy CC xx💚

Tickets £13 –

Sunday, October 28th, 2018


To the people of UK/Europe, the arrival of The Chats into your fair corner of the world is imminent, they will come fully equipped with full hearts and strong livers ready to drink your beer.

They will conquer the back streets of Amsterdam, they will drink London under the table, they will bring real sand to your beaches.

This is not a test.

This is not a drill.

This is The Chats

For the first time in UK/Europe

Doors – 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm

Cost: £8
Facebook Event:
Age Restriction 16+

Wednesday, October 31st, 2018

Son of Ugly Halloween Special

The Son of Ugly Halloween Special this year features creepy contributions from three of the local scene’s finest. Come along and party like there’s no tomorrow


A dangerously disturbed five freak instrumental band, whose unique style of cinematic weirdcore dashes through so many genres that it’s tricky to trap them in a specific category. Within their twisted repertoire lurk elements of spy action, jazz noir, retro cartoons and surf, sometimes mangled together in the same song.

“Absolutely mind blowing gig at The Komedia tonight. Incredible out there set from Son of Ugly (my new favourite band)” – Graham Nunn

“Son of ugly check them out!!… What a band!!!” – Leonard Kinnaird


A highly destructive performance is mutually assured from this strategic three-piece instrumental detachment. Duck and cover! Nuclear Powered Surf. Kaboom.

“You guys were out of this world!” – Averil Gasper

“Atom Jacks were amazing” – Eileen Hewitt


A Worthing-based one man electronica act, influenced by John Carpenter, Vangelis and Goblin. Featured in Mixmag’s recent article on Worthing’s emerging electronic music scene and will be performing tracks from his upcoming album “Necropolis Spaceway” as well as from his eponymous 2017 debut.

“Monzen Nakacho majors in vital John Carpenter-ish giallo synth-wave” – Mixmag

Doors 7:30pm

Tickets £8 in advance, £10 on the door, £5 students