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Brightonian punks Superfriends have never been shy about wearing their cartoonish influences on their sleeves; their name is taken from the overly sincere nerds of Springfield Elementary, after all!
New Superfriends sounds are fast approaching over the horizon. The band have 2 singles up their sleeves produced by fellow Brighton pop legend JUNIPR - the first, "How To Live Life", is coming out on the 19th December and the band will be playing a hometown show at The Brunswick to celebrate. Superfriends can?t wait to see you all again, and mainly just really want you all to have a bloody nice time dancing to some earnest bedroom punk. Cromulent, indeed.
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The Brunswick has been transformed through an extensive refurbishment programme to become the premier music and arts venue in Hove. The owners are committed to providing quality, value for money and a friendly atmosphere.We believe that a pub is an essential part of any thriving community, and should be seen as a facility for the whole community. By encouraging local groups, we run a range of classes: acting, singing, painting, language, wine tasting; and have become a meeting place for a number of groups. With a large garden and a number of meeting rooms, we can offer space for most clubs, societies or social groups. If your looking for somewhere to host your book group, yoga class, dance class, debating club, and so on, give us a call, or better still, pop in. Support your local pub.
Built in the 1930’s, The Brunswick is a striking building with curved bays, turret roofs and brass crittall style windows. Much of the original paneling (the same as used in the Orient Express) has been rescued and restored, particularly in The Venue. Atmosphere and mood change as you move from the beautifully constructed sunny garden through the airy garden room to the bar (a fusion of the best of modern bar and traditional pub). Despite the high-tech sound and stage equipment, the music and arts Venue with its wood paneling, period lighting and fireplace retains a wonderfully cozy feel. Upstairs we have beautifully decorated rooms for meetings and private parties – see Function Room Hire
We offer a broad range of home cooked food every day. Accolades have included “Restaurant quality food at pub prices”; “The best Sunday Lunch in Brighton”; “As an American, I’m very critical of hamburgers – this is one of the best I’ve had anywhere.”
1 Holland Road,
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