Boundary Festival

Stanmer Park, Brighton, tomorrow

With an eclectic range of dance and drum and bass acts, Boundary Festival returns to the city for another year of high intensity partying.

Now in its fourth year, the festival has attracted big names in the world of dance music since its incarnation in 2016.

This year’s festival is being headlined by electronic duo Chase and Status and will include sets from Andy C, Jaguar Skills, CamelPhat and Alan Fitzpatrick.

If you want to officially say goodbye to festival season in Brighton this is the place to go.

Eddie Izzard

Brighton Dome, Brighton, today, tomorrow and Sunday

Eddie Izzard loves a challenge but now he is preparing to say goodbye to comedy and take up his toughest task to date.

With dreams of becoming an MP, Eddie is prepared to bid farewell to touring, at least for the time being, to achieve his dreams.

The Wunderbar tour may be Eddie’s last comedy tour for a long time, possibly ever depending on how successful he is as a politician, so if you want to see him now may be your last chance.

With three dates there is no shortage of time to catch the show.

Bradley Wiggins

Theatre Royal, Brighton, Monday

The chance to get up close and personal with Britain’s most decorated Olympian doesn’t come around very often.

Whether you’re an avid cyclist or not, and you fancy two hours of entertainment with the Tour de France and Olympic gold medal winner then the Theatre Royal is the place to be on Monday.

Bradley will talk through some of the most fascinating moments of his career and look back on some prized memorabilia and highlights.

It promises to be an insightful and enlightening cycling evening, and you won’t even need a helmet.

Rob Brydon, Lee Mack, David Mitchell

Brighton Dome, Brighton, Tuesday to Thursday

Such was the rush to buy tickets when the first of these shows went on sale that the comedic trio of Brydon, Mack and Mitchell had to add two more dates to their run in Brighton.

It’s easy to see why, as all three have pedigree as well known TV comedians and stand-ups.

Mack is probably best recognised for his leading role in BBC’s Not Going Out, Brydon starred in cult comedy Gavin and Stacey and Mitchell found fame with Peep Show.

Beverley Knight

Brighton Centre, Brighton, Tuesday

Three-time MOBO Award winner Beverley Knight will take to the stage at the Brighton Centre next week, but she won’t be performing any of her best known material.

Songs like Shoulda Woulda Coulda will be placed aside as the soulful singer instead sings a set that covers the music of Stevie Wonder.

Beverley will run through Stevie’s greatest hits for the packed crowd, in a show that will celebrate one of the best known soul voices of all time.