13/12/14 Home Promenade 10.30am
Hundreds of runners dressed up as Santa to run 5k for charity Passing It On in the annual Santa Dash run along Brighton & Hove seafront. Santa Dash is a charity run for Passing It On that works tirelessly to build schools and support education in some of the poorest parts of Africa. Good to know that Santas are keeping fit for the Christmas delivery runs ! http://www.santadashbrighton.co.uk
Upwards of 100 bands, artists, films, talks and exhibitions, across 14 different venues, across 4 days. The Old Market is pleased to be hosting part of DRILL : BRIGHTON, a four day festival taking place across Brighton, December 2014. More Information: www.drillfestival.com / www.facebook.com/drillfestival / www.twitter.com/drillfestival Weekend tickets – £70 and day tickets – £17.50 to £22.50 are Available Online at: SeeTickets (External Box Office Link) and from Resident Music, North Laine, Brighton (01273 606312).
The Christmas Artists Open Houses festival is thrilled to be celebrating its 12th birthday this year and is offering visitors an even bigger and more exciting range of arts and crafts to explore. Spread throughout Brighton and Hove, Saltdean, Rottingdean and out to the South Downs village of Ditchling, the Artists Open Houses Christmas festival offers a wealth of wonderful things for you to view, experience and buy this Christmas. http://www.aoh.org.uk/xmas-2014-festival-home
27 Nov 2014 5:30pm
Buffalo Trace and The Wick Inn are giving you a chance to experience 1920s USA, a time filled with exhilarating parties and prohibition laws. Have the chance to experience whiskey from the most award winning distillery in the world with exciting entertainment at The Speakeasy in The Wick.
Made is Brighton’s design and craft fair. It has been solidly established over the years as the perfect environment for purchasing high quality craft and design directly from the actual best markets across the country. Also a great opportunity for the seller to be directly in contact with the consumer. There will be hundreds of contemporary and highly original makers and designers across all media, from jewellery to clothing, to furniture and so on. http://www.brighton-made.co.uk/
Come to switch the xMas lights on with us. An on-stage lined-up will be on, from music to theatre performances, as well as a mystery special guest which will be announced nearer the time. A free-to-enter xmas raffle will keep everyone occupied with a good range of great prizes. And for those who love climbing there is the chance to see what it’s like to be inside a snow globe. Well well here’s the official website http://www.brilliantbrighton.com.
If you love staring at the black sky to the point of getting neck pain this is for you. This event is supposed to be for everyone but obviously not for those with eye injuries, although the sound and the vibration produced by the fireworks could still deliver pretty good. There will be food stalls and the usual useless stuff to buy for kids which I myself buy for moi every year, as I love how uselessness can sometime turn out to be pretty useful. Here’s the official website http://www.familyfireworks.co.uk/
The early music festival, as every year, is back to Brighton with a twist. Yes, with that. Do you know when you get up in the morning, very early, to the sound of your silly radio bursting out the new whatever single, in your face?… yeah, that’s exactly what early music is. Like soooo early you would love to crush your radio to the sound of….that Early Music….wow…. I’m sure by now you have figured out what this thing about music is and you have totally been captured by its divine interconnection. But if you, like myself, have not understood a word of the meaning of the above depiction, then an official website may give you the answers you are looking for, click here http://www.bremf.org.uk.
If you love fighting poverty this is for you. Although the sound of that sentence may sound a bit of a contradiction, as the very action of fighting turns always out to be an over-complication for any related events, but if some of you feels the compelling force of fighting something you believe necessary, then the answer is always one: yes you must go for it! No one will be able to judge you for the simple reason that the very action of judging is directly proportional to responsibility and when one feels the compelling need to act, the consequent responsibility for it collapses, due to the interactions of that compelling action bound to the impossibility of controlling the mechanics of the origin of it, which is originated by its own environment, the body constitution/biology, its influence from the subject’s education and the consequent correlation to the subject’s subconscious which also happens to be inevitable due to its impossibility of controlling it consciously. Then, but only then, to participate to this event becomes imperative.
08/11/2014 The Pavillion
The ice rink is back! We all enjoyed people falling over on the beautiful ice rink in front of the Pavilion last year so why not get in there this year too and smash each other up again?! Why not? …Cause it hurts! Yesss! And that’s the beauty of it! I guess… there is something quite amazing about falling face down on the hard ice in a beautiful sunny day, I don’t know what exactly but there must be something…hmmm… The 800 square metre rink has space for 250 skaters per session so plenty of room for everyone! Get cute. Here’s some more info.