Dark Days - Strange Sussex Virtual Tour

The Southern Belle, Hove, tonight, 8pm

Sussex is full of weird places and this is your chance to explore them all.

Whether it’s an Egyptian pyramid in a countryside courtyard in East Sussex or secret islands near Chichester, this virtual tour of strange county sites will unveil all.

Travelling from Brighton to Hastings, to Horsham and East Grinstead, the stops on this tour will help you discover things about Sussex you never knew.

Tickets for the show cost £6.50 and there are only 40 available so those wanting to take part need to hurry before they are all gone.

For more information visit www.whatson.brighton.co.uk

Quad 40

Horatio’s Bar, Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton, tomorrow, noon until midnight

If you have noticed a lot of Mods in the city recently it is because they are in Brighton to celebrate 40 years of Quadrophenia.

Stars of the film like Gary Shail, Leslie Ash and more will be in attendance on the Palace Pier, taking part in Q&A sessions, as well as posing for pictures with fans.

Ahead of the event the cast will also be honoured with a spot on the Brighton Walk of Fame on the pier.

This is truly an event for the hardcore Mods.

Tickets cost £95. For more information visit www.quad40.co.uk.

Bank Holiday Wrestling: Riptide Wrestling

Brighton Open Air Theatre, Hove, Monday, 1pm to 4.30pm and 6pm to 9pm

If you fancy some family friendly entertainment on Bank Holiday Monday why not enjoy an afternoon or evening of wrestling.

Riptide Wrestling are putting on their first outdoor shows, and they are open to all ages.

You can either choose the afternoon performance or the evening show and you could even do both if you felt so inclined.

As well as Riptide’s usual ensemble of wrestlers, this Monday Riptide will also be welcoming back children’s TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips who will be in action.