The Greys Pub

The Greys Pub
105 Southover Street, Brighton, BN2 9UA
  • Telephone 01273 680734
  • Opening times Mon–Wed 3–11pm; Thu 3–11.30pm; Fri 2pm–12.30am; Sat noon–12.30am; Sun noon–11pm.
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The Greys Pub

This is one of Brighton's hidden gems, famous for its live music, great atmosphere and, more recently, its fantastic Sunday roasts. Whether you're with friends, on the way home from work or just trying to catch up on a book or paperwork, we have a great food and drink offering, locally sourced wines and the largest selection of Belgian beers in Brighton.
Pop in and see for yourself why more and more people are making it their favourite pub.

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  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

There are 6 events at this location

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Annie Keating

Acoustic indie folk from New Yorker Keating.

Mon 3 Jul

£13.20 / 01273 680734

With Porchlight Smoker.

The Coal Porters

terrace cred. presents: On their annual outing to the seaside, Sid Griffin brings his 'alt-bluegrass' combo The Coal Porters back to one of his favourite venues, The Greys, where they and their music belong! Sid Griffin pioneered the alt. country trail as a founding member of the American band Long Ryders (pick up the…

Mon 25 Sep

£16.50 / 01273 680734

Emily Barker

Performance by the Bafta and Ivor Novello award winning singer-songwriter blending classical, rock, country and folk influences.

Mon 10 Jul

£13.20 / 01273 680734

Keith Christmas

terrace cred. presents: Headlining gigs in 1969, Keith Christmas emerged from Beckenham Arts Lab, run by some chap called David Bowie. Keith's distinctive acoustic guitar sparkles on tracks on 1969's eponymous 'David Bowie' (aka 'Space Oddity') album and a string of solo albums. Keith appeared at the very first…

Mon 7 Aug

£11 / 01273 680734

Michael Nau

Baroque pop and rock'n'roll balladry.

Thu 21 Sep

£11 / 01273 680734

With Support.

The Panic Brothers

terrace cred. presents: They're back! True legends of the scene (though, what scene was that, exactly?) They looked like the Everly Brothers. They even sang rather like The Everly Brothers. But, they're Brits, so what you got was wit with a satirical edge and songs like 'My Sony Walkman Just Walked Out On Me…'. Reg…

Mon 17 Jul

£13.20 / 01273 680734