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The Great Escape Festival 2014

From 8 May 2014 to 10 May 2014

‘The Great Escape has established itself as the best place in Europe to discover new bands’ – The Times

‘The Cannes of the music world’ – Steve Lamacq, BBC Radio 6 Music

Brighton Festival 2014

From 3 May 2014 to 25 May 2014

‘Brighton Festival has been at the forefront… an arts festival that makes connections with the real world.’ – The Times

Easter Weekend 2014

From 18 April 2014 to 21 April

Easter is coming up very soon, so start planning your weekend full of Easter fun in Brighton! There are so many attractions for you to enjoy in this vibrant and fun city next to the sea. What about a trip to the Royal Pavilion or to Sealife? Or you could go for a spin on the Brighton Wheel! There are lots of different events going on during Easter Weekend, so plenty of reasons to book your Easter Weekend in Brighton now!

Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Spring Harvest Festival

From 16 April to 27 April 2014

The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Spring Harvest Festival is the largest festival in South England of its kind and it runs every Easter, and in September, for ten days. 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 this Easter!

Mother’s Day in Brighton

Start planning Mother’s Day and take your mum on a special day out, which she will never forget! We have pulled a list together of things you and your mum can enjoy in Brighton.

St. Patrick’s weekend in Brighton!

This weekend is St. Patrick’s weekend, and of course you have already picked out your favourite green outfit, but where to celebrate this Irish feast of fun?!

 

What to do on a rainy day…

The weather in England is always a bit unpredictable. So what is there to do when it’s raining outside? A great way to spend your day is at Brighton’s Sea Life

Take a hike!

Springtime is just around the corner, which means birds are singing and flowers are blooming! What better way to enjoy the changing of the seasons than a spring walk in Brighton? We’ve compiled a list of both short and long walks for you below in Brighton and South Downs. Enjoy!