Clubs: five reasons to go out

Clubs: five reasons to go out

Clubs: five reasons to go out

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1 The Soul Survivors

The View, Kingsway, Hove, Friday, August 29 LAUNCH of a new Soul and Motown residency on Hove’s seafront in aid of the Gaza Crisis Appeal, featuring Clive Rayson, Ross Weeks and Paddy Shevlin.

9.30pm to 2am, £7/members free. Visit www.soulsurvivorsfamily.co.uk.

2 The Tropical Tiki Beach Party

Grosvenor Casino, East Street, Brighton, Friday, August 29.

ELECTRIC CABARET’S Veronica Blacklace hosts a night of retro delights including a tiki fire show, salsa dancers, Hawaiian burlesque and extreme hula hooping with Miss Chi Chi Revolver, with club classics from DJ David Noakes.

9.30pm, free. Call 07803 905038.

3 Craig Charles Funk By The Sea All Dayer

Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, Brighton, Saturday, August 30.

THE BBC Radio 6 Music funk and soul ambassador brings his club night to the beach, with sets from Fat 45s, Ty, The Allergies and Harleigh Blu.

5pm to 4am, from £12. Call 01273 673311.

4 Tech Noir Bar

76, Church Road, Hove, Saturday, August 30.

DOLLY ROCKERS are the special guests at the underground house and tech night, alongside residents Nick Hook and Danny Chase.

9pm to 3.30am, £5. Visit www.tech-noirclub.com.

5 Mosca

The Coalition, King’s Road Arches, Brighton, Saturday, August 30.

SHE Likes Parties brings the underground house and techno DJ to Brighton, with support from Deeper DJs.

Room two sees Outbreak deliver a set themed around the history of garage music.

11pm to 3.30am, £8/£12. Visit coalitionbrighton.com.

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