From 19 May to 30 May 2016
The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Spring Harvest Festival is the largest festival in South England of its kind. You will find local producers and growers at the festival as well as local restaurants, bars and food retailers. They showcase amazing foods and drinks so come down to Brighton’s Food and Drink festival 2016!
The weather is slowly but surely getting better as it gets warmer and sunnier and more people are getting out to enjoy it. And so should you! The spring weather is perfect for a nice stroll in one of Brighton’s many parks and gardens. So start planning your Brighton weekend and book your stay in Brighton with us now!
Welcome lovely weather! A new month has arrived and there’s no shortage of exciting things to do on Brighton’s events calendar. So what are you waiting for? Make the most of your seaside break with the following outstanding events.
Spring is here, which means birds are singing and flowers are blooming! What better way to enjoy this then by a spring walk in Borde Hill Garden (20 minutes north of Brighton)?
17 April 2016
Another reason to head down to Brighton this April! The Brighton Marathon returns to the south coast Sunday morning 17 April. It’s not just a marathon, because the marathon itself is just one part of the Brighton Marathon Weekend!
We’re finally breaking out of our hibernation and looking forward to the season ahead, doing some spring cleaning and making plans for a (hopefully sunny and warm) weekend away. As luck would have it, there’s a lot going on in Brighton this April – for example the Brighton Marathon – so make sure to book a break to the seaside city!
From 17 March to 19 March 2016
Mark your calendars! The 26th edition of the Sussex Beer & Cider Festival is on its way to the Corn Exchange in Brighton on 17 March to 19 March.
17 March 2016
St Patrick’s Day, or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is rapidly approaching, so get ready for green outfit, Guinness and lots of good ol’ Irish craic! St Patrick’s Day particularly remembers St Patrick, one of Ireland’s patron saints, who ministered Christianity in Ireland during the fifth century. The global celebration of Irish culture is held on 17 March and there are many activities in Brighton for you to enjoy, be it on the streets of the city or an all-out fancy dress affair!