Locked down and away from our LGBTQI+ community during 2020 was one of the strangest things I’ve experienced. Lost at sea, the Pride anchor to my year cut loose as my much-cherished connection to our LGBTQI+ nightclubbing community vanished overnight. Dusty bass bins and discarded decks and no hope of reuniting on the dancefloor. Sure we zoomed and timed our faces at each other but … Continue reading Patterns Does Pride 2022
Always a gem in the crown that is the British indie festival scene, Love Supreme is a must-do destination for all lovers of jazz, funk, soul and more. A weekend in July that is treasured by all that attend Love Supreme boasts a dazzling, diverse and divine line-up of artists, DJs and creators including Erykah Badu, Gregory Porter, TLC, Tom Misch, Lianne La Havas, Ezra … Continue reading Love Supreme Festival 2022
Finally, at last, the reunion we’ve been gagging for is on as Bitch, Please! the LGBTQI+ clubbing collective changing the dancescape return to Brighton’s Patterns this March for a 2022 session so hot Bey would always want it in her bag. And with our festival queen, Body Movement co-founder and Phonox resident Saoirse headlining alongside Girls Of The Internet who will be performing a very … Continue reading Bitch, Please! w/ Saoirse + Girls Of The Internet
It’s the word we’ve been waiting for, it’s the nod we’ve hoped would be given, it’s a yes! New Year’s Eve at Patterns is go and we can’t wait to party with you dear ones as our clubbing family reunite for one last dance in 2021. Join us Wildblood and Queenie as we luck out (again!) and play alongside stars Ben UFO & Jossy Mitsu … Continue reading Patterns NYE: Ben UFO & Jossy Mitsu is go!
Club Barbra is back baby! New Year, new Babs as we get ready to welcome 2020 with a pub-dancing session like no other. DJs Kerry Jean Lister, Suze Rosser and Wildblood and Queenie promise nowt but the wiggle as we keep the anthems hands in the air and the disco, soul, funk, electronica, 80s, and classic house tunes doing the Babs business. See you at the front … Continue reading Pub dancing anyone?
Club Barbra is back baby! New Year, new Babs as we get ready to welcome 2020 with a pub-dancing session like no other. Together with DJs Kerry Jean Lister and Suze Rosser, we intend to do nowt but wiggle as we keep the anthems hands in the air and the disco, soul, funk, electronica, 80s, and classic house tunes doing the Babs business. See you at the front (and on … Continue reading Club Barbra returns
Spooky Babs incoming! Sandwiched between Hallowe’en and Day of the Dead – expect a spooktacular evening filled with the ghosts of disco past, present and future. Fancy dress if you fancy dressing, just make sure you’re wearing you dancing shoes… 👉⚰️🔮🦇🕷️🕸️👻🎃🧟♀️👯♀️ Yes, its time for you to join Brighton’s favourite dancing on the tables session as we get set for another pub tear up on the … Continue reading Club Barbra gets spooky!
Babs is back baby! Yes, its time for you to join Brighton’s favourite dancing on the tables session as we get set for another pub tear up on the spookiest weekend of the year! As ever we are honoured to be joining fellow residents Suze Rosser and Kerry Jean Lister on the West Hill Tavern’s decks to deliver our Club Babs trademark mix of upbeat … Continue reading Club Barbra gets spooky
Club Barbra Friday 6th September 8pm-1am. The West Hill Tavern, 67 Buckingham Place, Brighton BN1 3PQ. Free entry all night. Cosmic Pizzas served till 9pm. Expect to dance to The Jones Girls – ESG – Sylvia Striplin – Sly & the Family Stone – Prince – Ten City – Cameo – Earth Wind & Fire – LTD – Angie Stone – Kool & the … Continue reading Hello gorgeous! Club Barbra is back
It’s been a hell of a few weeks. The kids have been off school too long but they are still behaving with more sense than the powers that be. The bills from your sunshine adventures are piling up (shortages may be coming but there always seems to be enough brown envelopes) and that warmth we’ve loved called summertime is fading fast. The sunsets may well … Continue reading Pub dancing at Club Barbra anyone?