20/07/2014 Hove Park
Big Fun director , Neil Kilgour said: “If you’d love to get more active in 2014 then this is a great place to start.” The run will take place in Hove Park, a beautiful massive 40 acres of tree and flowers. The run is no Olympics, as no time will be taken, it just aims to make people gathering together in an easy and funny way of exercising in these beautiful natural surroundings. More than 7,000 people took part in the nationwide events last year raising more than £200,000 for charity. Click there for more details! Here!
The Grand – 17/07/2014
Action for Children is organising an unique event which will give to some the opportunity of abseiling down the iconic Grand Hotel in Brighton. Anyone over 16 can take part. The side that will be used is obviously the front side overlooking the sea. No experience is necessary as a full training will be given. Here’s a few more detail on the official website.
07/07/14 Duke of York’s
It’s the 50th anniversary of Hard Day’s Night. If you’re into The Beatles this is a great chance to see “them” live performing a bunch of their great tunes. The concert is actually supporting the film directed by Richard Lester starring The Beatles in 1964. So there is plenty to look forward to at this event. Please go and don’t complain. If you want more info all you have to do is to go look for it! Ok I’ll be nice, here’s the linko…
Here it comes again! The Big Screen monster is back in Brighton sea front showcasing as usual lots of movies, from the classics to the latest exciting blockbuster as well as a great lined-up of important sport events happening during the summer! It’s free and there will be a fully licenced bar with a big selection of beer and booze. A VIP area will also be available with a pre-booked ticket. More info here.
12/07/2014 Stammer Park
One of the longest running kite festivals will be returning to Stammer Park. As you can imagine there’s going to be lots of unique (and somewhat bizarre) kites being flown as people from all over the region come to take part in the weekend. So expect a few wackos too with somewhat wacky kites. There will also be displays from professional kite flyers and makers.
Paddle Round Pier, Paddle Round Pier, Paddle Round Pieeeer! Just get down to Hove Lawns and join the biggest free beach and water sport event of the millennium! Lots of water will be present and a Pier too. All you have to do is paddle around it till you go freaking mental. And for those cats who don’t like to get wet , there will be plenty to be entertained with anyway, as also dry activities are on the list. The popularity of this festival is going supernova as it saw more than 55.000 people buzzing around just last year. Get involved, here’s the link.
28/04/2014 – 28/09/2014 Medeira Drive
If you are eager to visit the whole world but all you’ve got is a few hours spare, you may as well come down to Brighton and literally take a walk through the seven continents without passing through any of those annoying security checks. There won’t be any shrinking ray getting used in this occasion but only the great effort of local and international sculptors. The Festival lasts for months and everyone is welcome to experience the wonder of this magical art. Workshops are also available. Click here for more info.
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.
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.
The Garden Gadabout is a charity event organised by The Sussex Beacon which raises money to help those effected by HIV. The event will see a show of over 40 private gardens and community spaces of which owners will share along with their enthusiasm and useful tips for either veterans or newbies. Check out the official website for more info!