Running from July to October there’s lots in store. Here’s just a glimpse of it.
Brighton-based Andrew Farr will perform his wonderful re-creation of the life and songs of Edith Piaf, this time supported by chanson and swing band Lo Polidoro on 25 July.
On 1 and 2 September Pierfolk Festival presents Grit Of Life – a journey through the history of our waterways with songs, a quiz and performed by folk troubadour Musician.
16 / 17 September sees The Merry Opera Company bring Gilbert and Sullivan’s comic opera about Japan, The Mikado to the pier in Horatios.
Local singer/composer Ty Jeffries brings his faded and jaded alter ego Miss Hope Springs to the pier for a night of darkly funny cabaret on19 September – don’t miss it.
20/21 September you can catch Mozz! Depicting a week in the life of a mosquito out for blood from an ever-dwindling virus- ridden population. Written and performed by Richard Crane.
28 September, one of Brighton’s favourite drag performers, Miss Jason , will be the hostess for a good old fashioned music hall with singer Jason lee, impressionist Drew Cameron and ventriloquist Emily Brown.
Throughout the month of August you can also catch classic films on the pier, including Casablanca, 42nd Street, Detour, and All About Eve .