18 October 2014
Oxfam presents Oxjam Brighton 2014! Oxjam started in 2006 with the intention to raise money to fight suffering and poverty around the globe through a network of music-loving people across the UK. In the past years, more than 45,000 musicians have played to more than 1.2 million people at over 4,500 Oxjam events. All these events have raised an impressive £2.3 million! Brighton is definitely the perfect setting for such a creative event!
From 10 October to 25 October 2014
The funniest festival of them all returns to Brighton next month! Brighton’s annual Comedy Festival 2014 is heading towards its thirteenth year with a spectacular line-up. The festival is all about laughter and presenting the best live comedy of the year. It’s held at various venues throughout Brighton, including the Brighton Dome, The Old Market and Komedia. There will be over 70 performances filled with laughter for you to enjoy!
From 4 October to 2 November 2014
Like photography? You should head down to Brighton Photo Biennial 2014 this October for its sixth edition in the city! The BPB14 is the UK’s largest international photography festival and is held at various venues throughout Brighton.
Summer is almost over (boo!) and the beginning of a new season is coming, which means updating your wardrobe! There is no place better to do so than in Brighton, with its many shops and big-name stores. We will take you through the best places to shop in Brighton.
Take your family and friends to the fascinating museum, Booth Museum of Natural History, with over half a million specimens, natural history literature and data extending back over three centuries. There are various exhibits, including insects, a killer whale skeleton, dinosaur bones and hundreds of British birds set in their recreated natural settings. In addition, there are special exhibitions, research facilities, children’s activities, educational programmes and a museum shop for you to enjoy.
If long walks by the shore or water sports such as diving, yachting and sailing are your sort of thing, then the Brighton Marina is the place for you. The Marina is great if you want to spend some time there as part of a romantic weekend, or if you just to want to spend a day trip, or even just a couple hours; head to Europe’s largest marina today for some great entertainment.
Who doesn’t like laughing? Who doesn’t like chocolate? Combine these two together and go for maximum happiness during a Laughter Yoga & Chocolate Chuckles event! This is the perfect activity for anyone who loves chocolate and wants to try something a bit different!
16 to 17 August 2014
Summer, the season of festivals is here. And with that being said, The Brunswick Festival will be taking place once again for the 33rd year running. Known as one of the longest running festivals in the city, this event promises to be a fun-filled day that can be enjoyed by all of the family. There will be live performances from dance groups, music groups and DJs over the festival weekend.