It’s the 35th birthday of Modelworld, the perfect day for those into modelling. The exhibition will showcase all sorts of models from all across the country featuring railways, boats, cars, aeroplanes, full size model of Battle of Britain aircraft “Spitfire”, full size steam locomotives, robots, circuses, fairgrounds, modelling trade stands. More Info here.
The South East’s most beautiful winter ice rink is now open until January 17 on the Royal Pavilion’s Eastern lawns in Brighton. The rink side Bar & Kitchen offers patisserie snacks, Christmas treats, a quick drink with the best view in the City and scrumptious food for families and friends to enjoy. Go.
12 Dec 2015 – Hove Lawns – 10:30 am,
The Brighton Santa dash race route is a nice flat out and back run. The course heads west up the Seafront Esplanade for 2.5 k. Once you get to Hove Lagoon you turn around and head back to the Start / Finish line.
21/11/2015 to 13/12/2015
The Oriental will be hosting the Artist Open Houses 2015 part 2, with some of Brighton’s finest on display! Expect to see a wide range of art including jewellery, ceramics and textiles, paintings, sculpture, printmaking, photography. We have a funky lounge and a bar where you can relax with tea & cake. The festival provides a unique experience for visitors, where they can view an array of works and buy from local artists and makers in their homes and selected venues. Find out more here!
25 Sep 2015 – 27 Sep 2015
Brighton Art Fair returns once more to the Corn Exchange at Brighton Dome. The event counts around 5000 visitors every year, gathering together popular talented painters, photographers and sculptors from all over the country as well as local artists.
An official Rugby World Cup 2015 Fan Zone will take place on the beach for the weekend of the Brighton & Hove matches. The Fan Zone will show all matches played that weekend on a big screen as well as the Opening Ceremony!
1 Sep 2015 – 27 Sep 2015
A month long celebration of “geekital” stuff and culture from 1 – 27 September, which takes place in venues across the city. The festival will explore digital culture through art installations, educational workshops, film screenings, live hackathons and conferences. Children will redesign Brighton Seafront using Minecraft, the Sussex police force will demonstrate a live hack, and digital thought leaders from around the world will consider how they can shape the future using technology.