One of Brighton's most popular indie nights gears itself up for a very special Valentine's Day extravaganza. The Wednesday night regulars, who play everything from The Gossip to Gang of Four, are taking pity on Brighton's singletons and giving the two-fingered salute to smug couples. Billed as a night for the beautiful, lost and lonely, this special night is devoted to those looking for love and so singles get in for £1.

Expect games, Sabotage love punch (it's a drink), and a musical erection section for those that have pulled.

Launched in September of last year Sabotage seems to appeal to all sorts, from Champagne charlies to the spray-on jeans Mafia.

The music policy is described as a connoisseurs choice of dancefloor and indie and tends to end with people pulling shapes and sensually socialising before heading into the night trying to find the flattest stones to skim into the sea.

The night has seen a few interesting faces from near and far, all entertained by resident DJs The Sheriff, She Likes Parties, The Dailey Thompson Twins and Maths Class.

  • 10.30pm-2am, £2/£1. Call 01273 725541.