Komedia, Brighton, Saturday, August 11 – Sunday, August 12

Rob Deering headlines three Krater Comedy Club shows this weekend at the Komedia.

Joined by a stellar line-up, including Stephen Grant, Elliot Boardman and Alex Steel, there are going to be plenty of laughs to be had over the three shows this weekend.

Rob is becoming a well-known name on the UK comedy circuit.

His comedy wit mixed with a touch of charm and cheesiness, have ensured that punters across the country are eager to see him when he comes to town.

With some great names behind him, and three shows being performed, there’s no excuse to miss out on this.

George Michael

Theatre Royal, Brighton, Saturday, August 11

This George Michael tribute show has garnered acclaim across the country, and is a must see for any fan of the former Wham! frontman.

A musical journey through the career of one of pop music’s greatest showmen, you can expect all the classic George Michael hits plus plenty more in this sing-along filled show.

It’s a show that is filled with respect for the man himself and tells his tale in the way that you’d expect; flamboyant and epic.

Make sure you don’t miss out on the chance to see the show that is turning heads across the country for its fantastic display of one of music’s ultimate legends.

Sons of Bill

The Hope and Ruin, Brighton, Monday, August 13

As it turns out, Sons Of Bill isn’t just a clever name.

Bill Wilson is a professor of philosophical theology from West Virgina.

He is also a songwriter,

literature expert, and most crucially a father.

Sons Of Bill sees his three eldest take to the stage as a tribute to the man that taught them to play in the first place.

With a sound rooted deep in Americana, Sons Of Bill embody everything you would want from an old-fashioned, American, rock and roll band.

They will put on a heck of a show in the intimate Hope and Ruin.

Jake Shears

Concorde 2, Brighton, Thursday, August 16

Best known for fronting the Scissor Sisters, Jake Shears is hoping to make a name for himself away from the name of the band.

With the release of his self-titled, debut solo album, today, Shears will be aiming to prove to the world that he is more than just a Scissor Sister.

Expect him to bring his usual flamboyant style to the show and get the crowd dizzy with excitement.

With anthemic choruses and big pop-filled hooks, this is music that will get you moving.

Of course you can also expect to hear some classic Scissor Sisters tracks.

Hits like Laura and Take Your Mama will go down a storm.


Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Friday, August 17

Two local bands looking to put on a rocking showcase to take you into next weekend, Gloo and Sit Down will be showing why the music scene in Brighton is so booming.

Gloo’s hard-hitting brand of punk rock is sure to get you moving as they power through a sound that is like a mix of AC/DC and Dinosaur Jr.

While Sit Down also offer a punk style with a bit of garage flavour.

The two piece are able to manipulate the crowd to their wishes.

Check out these local acts now and see why Brighton is the place for the best up and coming talent.