October 2015 events in Brighton

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. – Albert Camus

A new month has arrived, which means exciting, brand new events are just around the corner! There is so much to do and see in Brighton this October, so make sure to book your getaway to Brighton now!

Brighton Comedy Festival 2015 – From 9 to 24 October 2015
Are you in for a laugh? Then don’t miss this year’s Brighton Comedy Festival at the The Dome, Komedia and The Old Market, with an amazing line-up of the world’s best comdians! The Brighton Comedy Festival includes: Dara O Briain, One Man Breaking Bad, Nina Conti, Ed Byrne, John Lloyd, Tommy Tiernan, Jason Byrne, Lee Nelson, Rob Beckett, Festival of the Spoken Nerd, James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Joe Lycett, Beardyman, Alfie Moore, Hardeep Singh Kohli, Fred MacAuley, The Thinking Drinkers Club and even Sean Kelly – the auctioneer from Storage Wars on the bill this year, with many more to be announced! For a full up to date line up of listings and ticket prices, click here.

City Reads 2015 – From 10 October to 1 November 2015
This year marks the 10th anniversary of City reads, which makes it the longest running ‘big read’ in the UK! Make sure you don’t miss this annual citywide reading festival, which aims to spread a love of books and ideas to the widest possible audience throughout Brighton. For more information on City Reads 2015, click here

Brighton Early Music Festival 2015 – From 23 October to 8 November 2015
Enjoy a great music festival at the end of the month! The Brighton Early Music Festival 2015 is pleased to announce this year’s programme, which will be one of the country’s largest celebrations of women – as composers, performers, inspirational characters, muses and symbols – including the largest UK celebration of women composers of the past. The festival includes a new production of the earliest opera by a woman composer – Francesca Caccini’s La Liberazione di Ruggiero dall’Isola d’Alcina (1625), directed by Susannah Waters, with soloists including Anna Devin, Denis Lakey and Nick Pritchard.  Other female composers featured include Elisabeth Jaquet de la Guerre (London Handel Players with soprano Ruby Hughes), Barbara Strozzi, and Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (BREMF Consort of Voices with Clare Wilkinson). And there’s much more! For more information on the festival, click here.

Have fun this month in Brighton!

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