Family Events May 2024

The Bug Club Kids @Komedia 12/5 4pm

The Bug Club is a band focused on telling tales, with a humorous slant, of the everyday that we often take for granted. This is a special intimate matinee performance aimed squarely at kids, at a reduced volume to take into account those little ears.

www.komedia.co.uk

Varndean School Dance Show @The Old Market 14/5 7pm

This is a captivating evening of dance that celebrates the exceptional GCSE choreographic work and extracurricular performances of students from years 7-11. There are also guest performances from Ceyda Tanc Dance, Varndean College and Project Female featuring past and present students from Varndean School.

www.theoldmarket.com

Strictly The Professionals @Brighton Centre 24 & 25/5 1.30pm & 6.30pm

This exhilarating show features 12 of TV’s most beloved professional dancers directed by Strictly’s Creative Director Jason Gilkison. Enjoy a night of glamour and sparkle that includes Dianne Buswell, Vito Coppola, Graziano di Prima and many more accompanied by incredible singers and a live band

www.brightoncentre.co.uk

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