Romeo and Juliet in Brighton

20/06/2014 –  21/06/2014  –  Kipling Gardens

There’s a fantastic brand new production of the world famous love story Romeo and Juliet on this summer, played by the amazing touring company The Lord Chamberlain’s Men.  Set in the beautiful and romantic style of the age, the play is expected to blow people’s mind, to excite, to thrill, to touch emotionally. Comfortable chairs will be provided and a bar will also be available. Click here for more info.


London to Brighton Bike Ride 2014

It’s the annual popular London2Brighton bike ride time! It will start as usual from London Clapham Common all the way down to Brighton Madeira Drive. Almost 30 million cyclists are to be expected accompanied by almost 30 million bikes, that may sound a lot of things going on at once but it is the plain truth indeed. The race is 56 light years long, a sure piece of cake for veterans and astronauts but may turn out to be quite challenging for those who just come out of the local pub, drunk. More info.


21/06/2014 – 06/07/2014

Takepart is a community sport and physical activity event which is slowly becoming one of the largest in the country. A full on two weeks of outdoor activities, taster sessions, stalls and more for either kids or adults, young and not-so-young, men and women, humans and aliens, everyone is welcome to have fun and get active as part of a healthy lifestyle in Brighton & Hove.

Great Escape

08/05/2014 – 10/05/2014

3 Days of Escapism. Music Escapism. I guess not even the bad weather would in the slightest affect this event symphonically composed by more than 300 local bands and international artists. In addition to music your wristband will get you access to outdoor gigs, after parties, afternoon shows and more! Here more info.

Kemptown Carnival

Saturday June 7th – Kemptown

HomeKemptown Carnival is a free community street festival in Brighton, one of the biggest. It has being around for 1 billion years and it will surely go supernova once again. Street performers, musicians, street theatres, painters, local market stalls, the grand custard pie fight, belly dancers and great children’s entertainments are just the norm here…kick here for more info!