SIR Cliff Richard rocked the stage in Brighton.

The singer-songwriter performed in front of a packed-out Brighton Centre audience on Thursday, October 21.

The 81-year-old entertainer took to the stage in Brighton as part of his The Great 80 Tour.

For those that missed the showstopping performance, a live broadcast of his show at the Royal Albert Hall will be shown in cinemas next week.

Numerous cinemas in Sussex will be airing the performance, including the Odeon Brighton, Cineworld Brighton, Depot Lewes, Worthing’s Dome Cinema, Orion Cinema in Burgess Hill, Picture House in Uckfield and more.

The sold-out show, which will be broadcast to over 500 cinemas across the UK, will see the musician perform a selection of his greatest hits after more than a year away from the stage.

Speaking ahead of the tour, Sir Cliff highlighted his excitement at his return to the stage.

“This tour was sadly postponed from 2020 due to the pandemic and was due to be my 80th birthday celebration with my fans,” he said.

“To have the opportunity to reach an even wider audience in cinemas, and especially for those international fans still unable to travel to the tour venues, is a little nerve wracking, but hugely exciting!!”

“I shall begin the tour aged 80 and will be 81 when in cinemas – what a great way to celebrate.”

Spanning a 60-year career to date, Sir Cliff has been a part of over 100 albums and amassed several gold and platinum discs and awards, including two Ivor Novello Awards and three Brit Awards.

More than 130 of his singles, albums and EPs have reached the UK Top 20 - more than any other artist.

Cliff Richard: The Great 80 Tour will be broadcast at 7:45pm on October 27.

Encore performances will be re-broadcast on October 30 and 31.