28th April 2013
Searching for the perfect way to welcome in the summer months? Search no more and join Brighton in its first Cider festival of the year. Starting a 13:30, come to the Ancient Mariner and enjoy lots of cider and apple influenced dishes. If you are worried about your kids, do not fear, there is a child section set up just for them. With activities such as face painting, arts and crafts, and apple flavored goodies, your children will not even realize you are gone, or if you have one too many ciders.
14th April 2013
The racers are taking the streets on Sunday the 14th of April in Brighton, with the annual Brighton Marathon. Runner will compete in a 26.2 mile track around Brighton and Hove. The streets will be filled with countless cheering squads and festivities. Whether you are partaking in the event or not, make sure you “run” on by and join in the festivities.
From 08th April to September 2013
Brighton is no stranger to festivals and this month we are in for an abundant and diverse amount! Starting on the 8th of April until the end of September, Brighton will be hosting a Sand Sculpture Festival- yes you read it right, a sand festival! There will be over 20 world-class artists turning each grain of sand into countless masterpieces. There will be sand sculpture workshops, live demonstrations, guided tours, and much more!
Now to 31st May 2013
A new exhibition, based at the ONCA gallery, will be looking at the changing Arctic, through art, music, film and interesting, thought-provoking discussion. As the website says, the Arctic is made up of “layers of ice that can store and preserve, destroy and deconstruct. These layers are now melting. This summer, sea ice reached record lows and as the Arctic disappears into sea and air, so do the frozen memories that have been buried within.” Profits from this event go to support the Uummannaq Children’s home in Greenland.