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So it's Halloween weekend - always fun to go out first thing in the morning and see a drunk Frankenstein asleep on a bus stop bench. Let's ignore all that and go to a nice pub dressed in nice normal clothes before the Brighton weirdness kicks off.
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All are welcome, first timers or repeat visitors, and you can turn up whenever you fancy for as long as you fancy.
I've picked the Robin Hood (again) as our venue as it’s won the best pub in Brighton award many times - it's a lovely place where we can all natter without being drowned out by music and has a friendly atmosphere for all, young or old (and often some very cute dogs). Plus, if you fancy them, there's lots of board games available.
It does food – mostly pizza - never had one in my years of going there, but they look nice when wafted past - but most importantly it is a proper Brighton institution - it's run as a community organisation, so none of that awful soulless corporate baggage, they are honestly glad to see us.
So come along - even if just for an hour or so - and let's have a night of decent conversation, make new friends, meet old ones and enjoy being in one of Brighton's hidden gems. Area is booked at the back of the pub (we will find you, don't worry) or just ask the staff where Drew is sitting.
Please be aware you will need to purchase your own ticket for this event!
I’ve wanted to see the wonderful Maggie Rogers for years, so was delighted to hear she’s performing at the Dome to support the release of new album ‘Surrender’.
I’ve bought my tickets in the Stalls area, but you’re obviously free to get a ticket for wherever you wish.
Doors open at 7pm, and nearer the time should people wish we can agree somewhere to meet for a drink beforehand.