29/03/2014 – 30/03/2014
Right, this is going to be crazy awesome or “chocolately” dangerous! Just for one chocolatey day the best chocolatiers in uk will all gather together to show off their choco-abilities in a mouth watering display of chocolate products such as bars, truffles, bonbons, creams, cakes, crepes, drinks, salads, cars, clothes, houses and god knows what else, turning Brighton into a giant chocolate dessert and turning you into a dazed and confused fat seagull. Make sure you’re off to the gym the day after… Check out the official website for more info.
15/02/2014 – 02/03/2014
It’s half Term Fun! Bring your kids to this one! Brighton Science festival, on its 8th consecutive year, is expected to be again a great way to get involved with science, all ages are welcomed and in particular the 12-14 year-olds whom in a way or another may have found science at school extremely boring. The aim of this event is to resuscitate that spirit of discovery and curiosity back into them by implementing a few alternative ways of learning rather than the heavy old books. Click here for more info!
16 Feb 2014
The Brighton Half Marathon is the initial marathon of the year anticipating the official one in the coming months! There is a new route mostly along the seafront. The Brighton Half Marathon is organised and funded by The Sussex Beacon. Click here for more info.
Fri 14th Feb 2014 – The Mesmerist
Looking for something far from the usual Valentine’s day? Something that has nothing to do with roses or hearts and stuff? Well here’s the night for you then, the Mesmerist, one of the coolest bar in town, will throw Kraken vs Cupid a special alternative Valentine’s night! Lots of live music, predominantly 40’s/50’s rhythm & blues.
Sunday 2nd February – Brighton Dome Corn Exchange, 10.30am – 4.30pm.
The UK’s biggest and longest-running community seed swap event is back. It counts more than 50 stalls where you can bring your seeds and swap them or 50p donation per pack will do just fine. Experts and gurus will also be part of this collaboration to give any sort of advices for newbies or even veterans. For more info click here.
02/11/2013 – 03/03/2014 Royal Pavilion
The unique work of J M W Turner will be displayed at the Prince Regent Gallery until March this year. Turner’s watercolour is an impressive portrait of 19th century Brighton as a seaside resort. After been hidden away in private ownership for decades, it has now been acquired by the Royal Pavilion & Museums and available to the public eye.
22 JAN – 01 FEB 2014 / Brighton Centre
Winter is the proper season for…guess what? Winter sports! The Brighton Centre is proud to host Olympic champion and head judge on ITV’s Dancing on Ice, Robin Cousins. This is the real deal, professional ice skaters gliding and literally flying over the ice in a unique and truly melodramatic style. Something you haven’t probably seen in the UK theatres in decades. Book a ticket here.
Brighton Museum & Royal Pavilion – 16/03/2013 – 18/01/2014
A bit of history here. If you have an inclination for archaeology or you simply find the process and research of our past as human beings on Earth interesting, there will be a new display in town this month about the ice age that will definitely grab your attention. A great exploration that stretches from the climate change process to the story of man as we know it today, with particular attention to the Victorian ‘great bone rush’ and the Boxgrove Man, the oldest known human ancestors in Britain. For More info click here.
The ice rink is still on! Until the 19th of January. It’s simply wonderful to be able to skate by such an amazing building and Brighton council made it all possible for the consecutive 4th year! There’s also a cafe and a restaurant next to it so to have a great overall experience. The 800 square metre rink has space for 250 skaters per session so plenty of room for everyone!
Visit the official website.
25/10/2013 to 10/11/2013
First of all let’s specify what early music is, shall we? Early music is a term used since the 1960s to identify music of Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical period devoting particular attention to its performance. Having said that you can easily imagine how large the spectrum is. The festival is a grandiose celebration to music of our past, its peculiarity, its sometimes simplicity and its inextricable complexity and above all to its performing practice and use of period instruments and techniques. There will be lots to do too, dances, workshops and interesting activities for kids as well! Check out the official website: http://www.bremf.org.uk
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