Brighton Digital Festival 2015

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.

Brighton Mod Weekender

28 Aug 2015 – 30 Aug 2015

Now a firm fixture in the calendar, August bank holiday will see the Mod Scene return to its spiritual home. Last year’s party will be hard to eclipse but we will have a jolly good go. Ten years ago NUT’s started the Brighton Mod/60s weekender in the fabulous Komedia venue a short walk from the lanes. A really good buzz has been building so check out the full program here. Doors open 9.30pm.

Brighton Thai Festival 2015

Preston Park – from 10am – 7pm – 22 – 23 Aug 2015

Returning for it’s second year Brighton Thai Festival is the perfect place to experience the taste of Thailand this summer. It will be packed with entertainment like Thai boxing for children, Ladyboy show, Thai beer garden and food stalls, Thai massage and kid’s play area.

Brighton’s Big Screen 2015

Brighton’s Big Screen is returning this year with a new mega cool movie line-up jam packed with blockbuster, classic and family movies. The outdoor cinema event will return to Brighton beachfront from the 14th August – 13th September 2015 with its biggest and best movie line-up to date. All daytime showings are FREE to attend with showings from 5pm onwards from £3 per person.

March of the Mermaids 2015

18 Jul 2015

Mermaids, mystic sea creatures and seafaring folk of all kinds will once again be invading the shores of Brighton & Hove seafront this July, to take part in a colourful cavalcade in celebration of our seas and sea life. The aim of the parade is to help raise awareness of marine conservation issues and this year the event is in collaboration with Brighton based organisation, WhaleFest. All profit made on the day will be donated to the World Cetacean Alliance. Click here for more details.