Brian Cox

Brighton Centre, Brighton, tomorrow and Sunday

World renowned scientist Brian Cox, who is often heralded for bringing physics to a mainstream audience, comes back to Brighton this weekend.

Such was the success of his south coast show earlier this year that he decided to come back for a double helping.

In his newest show Professor Cox will be taking audiences to the edge of our current understanding about the origin and evolution of our Solar System and the Universe.

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Romesh Ranganathan

Brighton Dome, Brighton, tomorrow and Sunday

Romesh Ranganathan has never been shy about saying what is on his mind.

In his new tour, The Cynic’s Mixtape, he will delve into his life and the world around him with brutal honesty.

Romesh’s cynicism has become a trademark of his personality and has earned him national acclaim both in stand up and on television.

Travelling the world making TV shows and performing comedy is not a bad way to make a living for a man who a few years earlier was a teacher at a school in Crawley.

Richard Herring

Theatre Royal, Brighton, Sunday

Richard Herring’s podcast is normally recorded in London’s West End at the Leicester Square Theatre.

But now the comedian is taking his interview on the road to audiences across the country.

As one half of the prolific comedy duo Lee and Herring, Richard enjoyed phenomenal cult success as a writer and performer with shows such as Fist of Fun and This Morning with Richard Not Judy.

His podcast sees him speak to fellow comics and people across the entertainment world with his trademark witty banter thrown in for good measure.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Theatre Royal, Brighton, Thursday, September 19 to Saturday, September 21

You can imagine that a tiger coming over for tea in your house may cause a little bit of a mess.

Well in Judith Kerr’s book that’s exactly what happens, and now the mess is about to get even worse as the story hits the stage.

Directed by David Wood, the show has just come off a starring run on London’s West End and has been delighting audiences of all ages as it journeys across the country.

This is a performance the whole family will enjoy and is recommended for children three and above.

Ferris and Sylvester

The Green Door Store, Brighton, Thursday, September 19

London based duo Issy Ferris and Archie Sylvester have been making waves with their catchy combination of rhythmic blues and soft folk influences.

In February 2018 the duo’s Made In Streatham EP, reached number one on the iTunes singer -songwriter charts.

The pair have been touring the country religiously since and have packed out intimate venues with adoring fans.

The Green Door Store will be a great venue to hear the pair do what they do best.