What's on inBrighton

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Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Brighton - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Brighton to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Everything you need to know if you're visiting Brighton as a visitor or a resident.

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Forthcoming events in Brighton

PRESS+PLAY Festival of Print
Phoenix Art Space

.In the Main Gallery the Tabletop Print Fair presents 20 printmakers and collectives whose work spans a variety of methods including screen‐print etching cyanotype woodblock and monoprint. Drop‐in over the weekend to discover and purchase original prints cards and handmade items direct…

Category: Visual Arts

TEL: 01273 603700
Sounds Familiar Christmas Music Quiz
North Laine Brewhouse

.Sounds Familiar is the club night disguised as a quiz; the perfect combination of your favourite playlist and the best Christmas party youve ever been to. Its the only quiz to have played Glastonbury more times than David Bowie We pack over…

Category: Nightclubs

Foreverland Brighton: Dopamine Dreams
Concorde 2 ,

Channelling the limitless imagination of your inner child prepare to be submerged into a boundless ocean of sights and soundsthe ultimate sugar rush for the soul a dopamine hit beyond your wildest dreams.Merging psychedelic paint giant inflatables larger‐than‐life themed characters…

Category: Nightclubs


Tourist Attractions

Sea Life Centre Brighton

Welcome to Sea Life ‐ a network of marine life aquariums stretching across much of Europe. Each of our attractions offers a unique insight into the lives of a myriad creatures from shrimps to sharks.Discover the amazing stories behind the hard cases of the oceans; the…

Lewes Castle

From the high towers of Lewes Castle visitors can see both the town and the distant views of downs, river and forest. The best way to appreciate this view is to visit Barbican House Museum first and watch 'The Story of Lewes Town', a sound and light show…

Preston Manor

This delightful old Manor House evokes the atmosphere of an Edwardian gentry house both 'upstairs' and 'downstairs'.Dating from c.1600, rebuilt in 1738 and substantially added to in 1905, the house and its contents give a rare insight into life during the early years of the 20th century. Explore…

Royal Pavilion

This opulent seaside home was remodelled in Indian style by John Nash 1815‐1823for George, Prince Regent and later George IV.The Royal Pavilion grew over 35 years from a simple farmhouse to a spectacular palace. In 1787 Henry Holland extended the original farmhouse into a neo‐classical building…

Brighton Museum

Dynamic and innovative new galleries provide greatly improved access to the Museum's nationally and locally important collections. Objects are displayed in stimulating contexts with a wide range of interpretative techniques, including the latest interactive information technology.Brighton History Centre holds an extensive range of material for the study of…

Anne of Cleves House

Anne of Cleves House is a 16th century timber‐framed Wealden hall‐house that formed part of Anne's divorce settlement from Henry VIII in 1541. The house contains wide‐ranging collections of Sussex interest, including Sussex pottery, and the bedroom and kitchen are furnished to reflect an earlier period.Other displays feature…

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Updated: 08/12/2023 03:45:20