So you’ve decided that going away isn’t worth the pfaff and anyway you live in the best place in the country and the weather’s perf… OK, scrub that last bit. The weather’s variable. Today, it’s lovely. Tomorrow…
So what to do? Well, head down to the beach – that bit just to the east of the pier next to the Volks Railway Aquarium Station, The Warren On The Beach is doing another few weeks of theatre, cabaret, comedy and family shows, alongside an outdoor stage, street food and bars till August 30.
The indoor-outdoor site is free to enter, which means it’s there for a quick drink, and there’s a Happy Hour, where you get 20% off all drinks, Monday to Thursday before 6pm.
Shitfaced Shakespeare (23 – 30 August) will be treading the boards on the beach once again with Much Ado About Nothing. Featuring the finest classically-trained professional performers and one fully Shitfaced cast member, we guarantee that no two nights are ever the same. Having toured the world, broken America and sold-out the West End, they’re back on Brighton beach for one week only.
Lost in Translation Circus Present: Cabaret Paradiso (12 – 22 August) a phenomenal show for all the family featuring cabaret, burlesque, circus, sideshow and contemporary variety. Created in a moment where the world of arts stood still, Cabaret Paradiso celebrates performers from different arts forms and backgrounds, bringing back all the joy, celebration, hilarity, cheekiness, and irreverence that is a great night out. Indulge in fabulous fun for everyone in Brighton’s quirkiest new venue down on the beachfront and featuring Circus Abyssinia stars Bibi and Bichu.
The Snail and the Whale (13 – 30 August) continue their national tour with a string of sea-side shows. The Olivier award-winning cast bring Julia Donaldson’s much-loved picture-book to life.
For full line up and tickets head to warrenonthebeach.co.uk