Whitney - Queen of the Night

Pavilion Theatre, Worthing, Saturday, June 9, 7:30pm

If Michael Jackson is the King of Pop then Whitney Houston is undoubtedly the Queen.

Breaking onto the scene with her 1985, self-titled, debut album, she took the world by storm. Unfortunately due to her tragic passing in 2012 there is a generation left that will never fully know her greatness.

That being said there are still acts around who keep Whitney’s legacy alive. One of those is the team behind Whitney - Queen of the Night. The show powers through three decades of classic Whitney - delivering a show that truly captures the wonder that was the worlds most highly acclaimed and awarded female artist.

Julie Bryne

St George’s Church, Brighton, Saturday, June 9, 7:00pm

American singer-songwriter Julie Byrne brings an eclectic mix of psychedelic and folk music to the stage. An almost hippie-esque performance which will allow you to dance, chill out and just enjoy the vibe and surroundings of the picturesque St George’s Church. Despite the fact that she’s only been performing for six years you wouldn’t know by seeing her. Her ease of playing suggests she is skilled beyond her years.

Krater Comedy Club

Komedia, Brighton, Sunday, June 10, 8:00pm

For any comedy fans, Krater is once again putting on a stellar weekend line-up which will get you laughing as the perfect hangover for the Monday blues. As usual you’re not left wanting for talent; Dan Nightingale, Chris Betts, Nico Yearwood, Ian Moore and Laura Lexx make up this weekends fantastic set. With gags and one-liners around every corner, and tickets at just £13, you certainly get value for money.


The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, Sunday, June 10, 7:00pm

Making the short trip down from the capital to perform on the south coast, Intertia are bringing their dance worthy brand of industrial and techno music to get Brighton moving to end the weekend. Once described by Gary Numan as ‘the best and most aggressive band in London’ - high praise to say the least - Inertia have a lot to live up to. Assuming that you go to get down and not just stand about at the back of the room, it’s fair to say that they shouldn’t disappoint.