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Sunday 21 Oct 2018 - Brighton Racecourse
175 fantastic indoor stalls bristling with all variety of amazing antiques, vintage and collectable items - at Brighton Racecourse. The fantastic Swing singer, Steve Conway, will be performing throughout the day! • Free parking • 10 minutes from M23/A23, A27 and rail • Under 16's enter free • Food and drink available • Swing singer Steve Conway performing throughout the day • Licensed bar • Friendly atmosphere • Entry: 10.30am-4.00pm-£3 • Early Bird entry from 9.30am - £5 • Please visit www.lovefairs.com for more details
Tuesday 23 Oct 2018 - Lewes Train Station
Medieval Lewes with its dark lanes , ancient houses and bloody history is the perfect place for legends of ghostly goings on . Join me on a spirited tour of several Lewes pubs , where we will enjoy a drink at each while hearing tales of murdered monks , terrible disasters and a lady in grey . As you may have guessed this one is strictly adults only. Ally my tours are only £5 each
Thursday 25 Oct 2018 - The Clock Tower
Walk the dark streets of Brighton and hear tales of ghosts , murder and all manner of skullduggery. Brighton was known as "queen of the slaughtering places " because so many murders too place here. During the walk you will hear about The Trunk Murders Ghosts in the graveyard of St Nicholas The Chocolate Poisoner Christiana Edmunds and much more ........... All my tours are only £5 each - not suitable for younger children No need to book , just come along ....if you dare !!
Saturday 27 Oct 2018 - One Church
A whole day of direct and engaging talks aimed at adults. A variety of topical subjects will be covered by a bill of top experts including bestselling science author Brian Clegg and Tom Whipple, science editor for The Times. We’ll look at the linguistic conflicts that divide the English and American languages; the 16th century origins of quantum physics; and how scientific discoveries are changing the gender debate. We also have Isabella Tree from the Knepp rewilding project who has overseen an extraordinary increase of wildlife on what was once an unsustainable West Sussex farm.
Saturday 27 Oct 2018 - The Bok Shop
We can't think of anything better than a bottomless brunch-meets-lunch in a chicken shop so thank goodness The Bok Shop took the lead on this one! Along with your choice of chicken or vegan burger (excluding the bossman) and any side, you can enjoy 2 hours of bottomless prosecco or mimosas. We adore all of the burgers at The Bok Shop! All of their burgers can be made vegetarian or completely vegan using spice coated faux chicken, vegan mayo, vegan cheese (add 50p) & sourdough rolls. Here's what you can expect: The Brunch Burger - Fried thigh fillet, egg, smashed avo & chilli jam. The Classic - Thigh fillet, lettuce, lemon kewpie mayo. simple The I Believe I Can Thai - Thigh fillet, Thai basil & jalepeño mayo, slaw, pickled onions. aromatic The Satay Night Fever - Thigh fillet, crunchy satay sauce, lettuce, chilli jam, fresh cucumber. nutty The Hot As Cluck- thigh fillet, spicy chipotle slaw, lettuce, pickled cucumber. fiery Some of our favourite sides include; the homemade creamy mash & gravy, panko crumbed fried pickles, grilled corn, Put the peelers out (smoked Malden salt seasoned fried potato skins) and hash browns (brand new on the brunch menu)
Saturday 27 Oct 2018 - The Gladstone
" So we go inside and we gravely read the stones All those people , all those lives - where are they now ?" The Smiths St Nicholas Church may be the oldest church in Brighton , but Woodvale Crematorium and Cemetery is without doubt the grandest . Set in a shallow valley , winding paths overshadow huge family vaults and ancient trees lead to beautiful neo-gothic chapels . Two soldiers awarded the Victoria Cross are buried here , as well as many of the most famous names in Brighton's history - including Reverends Arthur and Henry Wagner , and Aliester Crowley , the infamous Occultist who called himself " The Beast " was cremated here in the 1940's . Join me on this walk to find out about the history of this amazing burial place and the lives of some of the people laid to rest here . We meet by the entrance to Woodvale Crematorium , next to the Gladstone ( big yellow pub ) on Lewes Road , opposite Sainsbury's Note - although most of my tours are dog friendly this one isn't I'm afraid because of the cemetery byelaws All my tours are only £5 per person and children go free - Look forward to seeing you there
Saturday 27 Oct 2018 - Stanmer Park
Kick off Halloween properly with this spooky dance party at Stanmer House! This event includes DJ’s downstairs to make it a full Halloween nighttime event. Artists will create installations through projection or light to make ghosts come alive in the space, along with working with actors and dancers to create a different experience in each room. Dance Party tickets here: https://www.getawriggleon.com/o/brighton-stanmer-house-phantasmagoria-halloween-mansion-dance-party Spooky Tour & Party here: https://www.getawriggleon.com/o/brighton-stanmer-house-phantasmagoria-halloween-mansion-party
Saturday 27 Oct 2018 - Pippingford Park
Welcome to BOGSTACLE. Gather your friends, family and colleagues to take on the Abogalypse, Crawl of Nature, Bog Pipes and more awesome obstacles. There's also an epic twist - your sponsors can decide how hard the course you take on is. So better hope they're nice, or you're getting filthy. With 5km and 10km routes, loads of mud, our coveted poo emoji medal and lots more besides, there's something for everyone - whether you're dipping your toe in the mud for the first time or a seasoned obstacle runner. This event is run by WaterAid to raise money and awareness for our vital work to help make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. So only one question remains: can you beat the bog?
Sunday 28 Oct 2018 - Sallis Benney Theatre
Marking the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein, we explore the ramifications of Mary Shelley’s startling prophecy: designer babies, body donation, transhumanism, robots, artificial intelligence and the cloud-monsters of Google and Facebook. Former editor of New Scientist magazine, Michael Brooks, joins a selection of engaging pop science presenters to investigate what makes us human with mini talks and open discussions. Getting involved is the best way to grasp the issues, but you’ll likely leave with a brain full of new questions.
Wednesday 31 Oct 2018 - Komedia
NOBODY DOES HALLOWEEN QUITE LIKE MUSICAL BINGO! WE EXPECT TO SEE YOU ALL DRESS TO THRILL!!! TROPHY AWARDS WILL BE DISHED OUT FOR THE BEST DRESSED IN THESE 5 CATEGORIES #MOST INNOVATIVE, #MOST OUTRAGEOUS #SCARIEST #VAMP-TASIC and #BEST TEAM EFFORT How the game works!!! It’s just like regular bingo, but instead of shouting out numbers we play songs! Each round takes on a different theme of song choices, these could be based on either a decade, genre or a just just a quirky random topic. Then it’s over to the DJ’s Rapture and Jonny Unknown as they spin a quick fire medley of tunes while players simply mark ‘em of their bingo cards accordingly. Prizes are won for one, two and three lines, and finally the Grand Prize: The Full House! Oh, and If that wasn’t enough excitement already, then you can also expect some other little twists along the way, like the ‘multi choice mystery boxes’, and the chance to gamble your grand Prize winnings on the ‘Killer Question’ What will you decide to do? WHAT TO EXPECT?! DANCE OFFS – STAGE CHALLENGES – AMAZING PRIZES – MYSTERY BOXES – WACKY DECORATIONS – HILARIOUS HOSTS – CONFETTI – DANCING – SINGING & SO MUCH MORE!!
Wednesday 31 Oct 2018 - The Community Kitchen
Like eating but don’t like cooking? A fun-filled session full of quick and tasty recipes to eat together immediately and recreate at home. Find ideas and have fun in this workshop designed to end forever that ‘what on earth am I going to feed them’ feeling. As well as how to make quick and easy meals, cookery expert Anna Schwarz will show you how to use leftovers, how to batch cook to minimise your time in the kitchen – and even how to troubleshoot and rescue meals when all seems lost. The emphasis is on being creative as you play your part in cooking up an incredible three-course dinner you never thought you had in you.
Wednesday 31 Oct 2018 - The Clock Tower
Walk the dark streets of Brighton and hear tales of ghosts , murder and all manner of skullduggery. Brighton was known as "queen of the slaughtering places " because so many murders too place here. During the walk you will hear about The Trunk Murders Ghosts in the graveyard of St Nicholas The Chocolate Poisoner Christiana Edmunds and much more ........... This will be a ticketed event . Places are limited to 70
Wednesday 31 Oct 2018 - The Clock Tower
Walk the dark streets of Brighton and hear tales of ghosts , murder and all manner of skullduggery. Brighton was known as "queen of the slaughtering places " because so many murders too place here. During the walk you will hear about The Trunk Murders Ghosts in the graveyard of St Nicholas The Chocolate Poisoner Christiana Edmunds and much more ........... This will be a ticketed event . Places are limited to 70
Monday 1 Nov 2018 - Brighthelm Centre
Waste is a hot topic right now. We are all becoming increasingly more aware of the effect of what our buying choices have on the environment. Consumers are trying their hardest to reduce their waste and with positive new start ups springing up such as zero waste businesses, changes are being made slowly but surely. However, there needs to be change beyond this so where does the responsibility lay and more importantly, Whose Waste is it Anyway? Join us for a day of informative talks and engaging insights from thought leaders into this trending topic. We will also be having a selection of local eco-friendly businesses setting up their own market stalls available to talk about their innovative businesses. Rachel Watkyn, Tiny Box Company founder and Managing Director says, “Our recent Green Business win at Lewes Business Awards was a real accolade to our relentless efforts at being an eco-friendly company, however, is does not stop there for us. We decided to put on an event to talk about the waste cycle from manufacturer to consumer. As well as this, it is also an opportunity for businesses and consumers to really get to grips with this pressing issue and make a difference.”
Tuesday 2 Nov 2018 - Phoenix Gallery
Curated by performer, presenter and theatre-maker Boogaloo Stu, prepare yourselves for a veritable smorgasbord of smut, crafty capers and disco-dancing... The Eyes Are A Window Into Your Hole With tongue firmly in cheek, Boogaloo Stu sketches out a new, arty durational piece of clowning, live art and portraiture. Gazing into the eyes of his audience, Stu probes the dark corners of their sexual imagination and proceeds to splash their private fantasies onto canvas, creating an instant series of salacious audience portraits around the space. The Salon Of Erotica MC Cashback hosts this knicker-wetting quest to create a unique Orgasm Collage, in the sexy Salon Of Erotica. Form an orderly queue to spew forth your finest fake orgasm into the microphone; your wild climaxes and titillating pillow talk will then be expertly mixed into a live Phoenigasm Soundtrack. With Pop Kraft DJ’s & Crafting Activities The evening will include DJ’s and craft activities from Stu’s pop-up club night Pop Kraft; expect the following: - disco-dancing all night long, with explosive pop-party anthems from disc-jockey The Size Zero Albino - get into the party spirit and participate in a flashmob dance - get a hand-crafted Vadge-Badge from Boogaloo Stu's Vadge Badgeteria - make yourself an Incredible Edible Vegetable Animal Suitable for over-18s only WILD & CRAZY TIMES ARE GUARANTEED: IT'S GONNA BE TOTALLY MEGA-BALLZ
Wednesday 3 Nov 2018 - Sussex County Cricket Club
Join us on Saturday 3rd November as Fireworks Night returns to The 1st Central County Ground, presented by Domestic & General and hosted by Capital FM Brighton. Gates open at 6pm for the extravagant display to begin at 7:30pm. There will be live music from local artist Adam Davis and crowd favourites The Marching Skaletons. Advance tickets will go on sale from Monday 1st October. Tickets will be priced at £10 for adults, £5 for kids (u16s) and family tickets from £20.
Thursday 4 Nov 2018 - Tilgate Park
This course is a simple foraging walk where we will identify a number of edible and poisonous wild mushrooms, fruits and plants. With a mixture of open grassland, lakes and woodland this beautiful park is the perfect place for a diverse range of edible wild foods to flourish. Located just off the A23 on the outskirts of Crawley, Tilgate Park can be easily reached from East Grinstead, Horsham, Reigate, Brighton, Croydon and even Guildford. We will meet on the grass outside the Smith and Western at 12pm. The course starts there with a 20 minute introduction on how to forage safely and sustainably, and a brief of the general countryside codes where they relate to foragers. Then we’ll set off for a roughly 2.5 hour walk around the area identifying the different edible and poisonous plants, fruits and mushrooms that we come across. We then discuss and taste our finds over a light lunch. Ideal for both the total novice and the intermediate forager looking to improve their knowledge, it is also an ideal family outing!
Monday 8 Nov 2018 - Anna's Kitchen
Learn to work with spelt, emmer, einkorn and khorasan. These wonderfully flavoured grains behave differently to modern wheat but with a few tweaks you can make some fantastically different and delicious breads and crackers. Includes lunch, refreshments and several loaves to take home with you, plus comprehensive notes to follow at home.
Wednesday 10 Nov 2018 - Brighton Open Market
Join us this Christmas as we return to Brighton Open Market for our first full weekend special which we are very excited about. With permanent shops and cafés too, you’ll find something for everyone at Brighton Open Market! The Fairy Tale Fair will inspire shoppers with 45 carefully chosen, high quality stalls by local designer and makers each day. We also will have a selection of yummy of homemade treat stalls too, as well as the permanent cafes to stop and relax in between all that shopping and browsing! There will also be face painting, special guests and live performers – all to be announced a little nearer the time. Our fair is a real community event, we welcome families and all ages to come along and enjoy the crafty creations and treats! The majority of our stall holders are local makers and we hope that you can come along to support and meet them and their wonderful creations. It is also a unique chance to purchase handmade, one off festive gifts and stocking fillers that you certainly won’t find on the high street!
Wednesday 10 Nov 2018 - Western Lawns South
MoRunning have announced they will host MoRuns at 22 different locations across the UK and Ireland throughout the month of ‘Movember’ including in Brighton, to help raise awareness of men’s health issues and to raise vital funds for the Movember Foundation. The Brighton MoRun will take place on 10th November and will see runners go through Brighton and Hove Western Lawns past the seafront. MoRunning events are suited to runners of all abilities and of all ages, with a 5k option for the fun runners and a 10k option for those looking for a challenge. There is also a 1.5k Mini Mo run for children aged between 3 and 12 years. In addition, for the first-time this year, runners can also take part in a “virtual MoRun” with runners encouraged to upload a screenshot of their result onto the website, which means that MoRuns can take place anywhere in the world! There, they will be placed onto the virtual MoRunning leader board and they will receive a medal and headband. Now in its ninth year, 20,000 male and female runners are expected to take part in the MoRuns taking place up and down the country. Runners are encouraged to don moustaches and run in fancy dress to raise vital funds for men’s health through the Movember Foundation with special “Mo medals” issued for the best dressed MoRunners at each location. Dave Krangel, Founder of MoRunning, said: “To be a MoRunner means you are part of something bigger than yourself, you’re part of a community, a family and a team.We encourage all of our participants to have fun during their run because that’s what it’s about; dressing up, enjoying yourself and crossing the finishing line with a smile on your face. He added: “There’s also a serious message though, the runs will be great fun for all the family, but we will be raising plenty of money and awareness of men’ health issues at the same time.” Runners can either run solo or enter as part of a team. Early bird prices start from £10 for the Mini Mo Run for children; £12 for the virtual MoRun; £16 for the 5k option and £19 for the 10k option. Early bird tickets are now available via www.mo-running.com.
Wednesday 10 Nov 2018 - Western Lawns South
MoRunning have announced they will host MoRuns at 22 different locations across the UK and Ireland throughout the month of ‘Movember’ including in Brighton, to help raise awareness of men’s health issues and to raise vital funds for the Movember Foundation. The Brighton MoRun will take place on 10th November and will see runners go through Brighton and Hove Western Lawns past the seafront. MoRunning events are suited to runners of all abilities and of all ages, with a 5k option for the fun runners and a 10k option for those looking for a challenge. There is also a 1.5k Mini Mo run for children aged between 3 and 12 years. In addition, for the first-time this year, runners can also take part in a “virtual MoRun” with runners encouraged to upload a screenshot of their result onto the website, which means that MoRuns can take place anywhere in the world! There, they will be placed onto the virtual MoRunning leader board and they will receive a medal and headband. Now in its ninth year, 20,000 male and female runners are expected to take part in the MoRuns taking place up and down the country. Runners are encouraged to don moustaches and run in fancy dress to raise vital funds for men’s health through the Movember Foundation with special “Mo medals” issued for the best dressed MoRunners at each location. Dave Krangel, Founder of MoRunning, said: “To be a MoRunner means you are part of something bigger than yourself, you’re part of a community, a family and a team.We encourage all of our participants to have fun during their run because that’s what it’s about; dressing up, enjoying yourself and crossing the finishing line with a smile on your face. He added: “There’s also a serious message though, the runs will be great fun for all the family, but we will be raising plenty of money and awareness of men’ health issues at the same time.” Tickets are now available via www.mo-running.com.
Wednesday 10 Nov 2018 - The Southern Belle
Wriggle your way down to the gorgeous Southern Belle, tucked away just off the seafront in Hove, for a night of sophisticated single malt based fun. Master distiller David Wood will host a wonderful evening of single malt whisky tasty, leading you on a journey of discovery, deliciousness and delight. Over the evening you'll taste six diverse single malt whiskies from around Scotland. The emphasis is on more unusual, unique whiskies than you wouldn't usually find in the supermarkets. The incredibly knowledgeable David will also provide an overview of the history of Scotch, elucidating its incredible journey from field to table. This is the perfect opportunity to find the answers to any whisky-based questions you might have, and is ideal for newcomers to the world of whisky and seasoned enthusiasts alike. Book your spot here: https://www.getawriggleon.com/o/brighton-distilled-events-the-southern-belle-single-malt-whisky-tasting-experience
Monday 15 Nov 2018 - Memories of India
We invite you to attend a Curry Lunch with Brighton & Hove Albion FC manager Chris Hughton, hosted by Sky Sports' Pete Graves. - Thursday, 15th November- - Memories of India, Brighton, BN2 5WA - - 12 noon - 4:30pm - Limited availability, book your ticket now: https://www.thecurryclubuk.com/event/curry-lunch-with-chris-hughton/ About Chris Hughton: Chris Hughton manages Brighton he played most of his career for Spurs, with brief spells at West Ham and Brentford. He became the first mixed-race player to represent the Republic of Ireland national team gaining 53 caps. About Pete Graves: A passionate Newcastle United fan, Pete has enjoyed a swift rise through the broadcasting ranks to become one of the most recognisable faces on Sky Sports.
Tuesday 16 Nov 2018 - Anna's Kitchen
Techniques and recipes for baking everyday white, wholemeal and seeded bread and rolls. You will learn about ingredients and what to look for at each stage of the process. Includes lunch and refreshments, plus comprehensive notes to take home and follow-up support! Suitable for complete beginners or those looking to improve.
Wednesday 17 Nov 2018 - De La Warr Pavilion
Something amazing happens when Hothouse Flowers step onto the stage – something that has been shaped by over thirty years of singing and playing all over the world, yet no two shows have ever been the same! Doors – 7pm Stage – TBC Support David Keenan Hothouse Flowers are a rock n’roll band, traditional band, soul band and jam band with their own brand of jam on both sides of the bread! There is a sense of musical adventure, an impulse to reach new heights and depths in music where the unspoken aim is that the band and the audience become one and the world becomes a different place for a while. There is an unpredictable energy in the band that harkens back to their “Risk” days playing on the dancefloors of Dublin’s late-night clubs. They call upon their grand repertoire to create a show that is unique to the time and place. Improvisation can come at any point and allow the band express their brightest and their darkest influences. “Rock and Roll is not about safety or politeness, it is not about perfection either. It is expression and it is spirit.” Humour is also never far from a Hothouse Flowers night. They do not take themselves seriously however, there is no mistaking the musical integrity among them as they open up to each other in musical dialogue.
Thursday 18 Nov 2018 - The Dome
Vintage Brighton Fashion Fair bringing you about 30 hand picked vintage and vintage inspired traders showcasing wonderful men and women's vintage and vintage inspired fashion, jewellery and accessories. Live music, tea party and vintage hair salon. Situated in the iconic Brighton Dome close to the Royal Pavilion.
Tuesday 23 Nov 2018 - Anna's Kitchen
Learn to make delicious Ciabatta, Focaccia and Fougasse - impressive and delicious breads that have the lovely additional flavour and texture given by olive oil, and fantastic to share (or keep to yourself!). Includes lunch, refreshments and your loaves of bread, plus comprehensive follow up notes to take home.
Wednesday 24 Nov 2018 - Open Market
Come along to this exciting Christmas event to celebrate books and written word. It would be a great opportunity for everyone to discover and buy books written by local authors - fiction, non-fiction, supernatural, horror, general, LGBT, teen and children’s books. Just to name a few! Meet published and self-published authors who’ll be selling and signing copies of their books on the day. Make sure to visit the Christmas elves after you’ve purchased a book as they’ll be happy to gift-wrap the book(s) for you. Listen to readings and learn about writing and publishing. Admission is free! You can book tickets on Eventbrite. The event is organised by local authors P.J. Blakey-Novis and Richard Gough-Buijs and P.J.’s wife Leanne, who manages Red Cape Graphic Design. Event details   Brighton & Hove Christmas Book Fayre Saturday 24th November 2018 10:00 am - 4:00 pm The Open Market, Marshalls Row, Brighton and Hove, BN1 4JU    FREE ADMISSION Tickets available on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brighton-hove-christmas-book-fayre-tickets-46149354963 Email: book-in-bhbf@outlook.com Transport Public Transport The market is extremely well-serviced by public transport. Brighton’s Main Rail Station and London Road Station are both only about a 10 minute walk away. Parking The nearest London Road car park is just a three minute walk away. Providence Place, Brighton BN1 4GE. Charges: 1 hour £1.50, 2 hours £3.00. Cycle Info The market has several bicycle racks available for public use. These are located near the Ditchling Road entrance.
Wednesday 24 Nov 2018 - Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Join us once a month for one of our themed Free Days at Brighton Museum, with family activities and a chance to get up close and personal to objects not usually on display. Join the fun, sample the food, dance to the beats of the rhythms, join the creative workshops and listen to the stories. This year Black History has a special focus on Thomas Highflyer, a 12 year old African Slave Boy buried in Woodvale Cemetery in 1870. With Brighton & Hove Black History Group and Brighton Dome & Festival Please note: the museum is open 10am-5pm but the activities take place between 11am-4pm.
Friday 5 Dec 2018 - Old King and Queen
This will be the inaugural meeting of our proposed new Brighton Young Humanists group. With 75% of young people in the UK now identifying as non-religious we feel it appropriate to provide better facilities for them to participate in the Humanist Community. Members will be over 18 and self-identify (credibly, of course) as "young". This initiative is being promoted jointly by Brighton Humanists and Young Humanists UK. The proposed group will be self-managed and will arrange its own events, but will be a part of Brighton Humanists and will maintain strong ties to both ourselves and Young Humanists UK. There will be a specific Young Members' seat on the committee and the representative will be selected only by the young members group. Both Brighton Humanists and Young Humanists UK will offer support and assistance as far as we are reasonably able bearing in mind time and budgetary constraints. Young members who join the group on the day or beforehand will be entitled to a year's free membership of Brighton Humanists and a free drink from the bar. Please, spread the word among your friends and come along to the event. If you are "young" please join the group and volunteer for an active role. If you would like to volunteer to be an organiser or help in any other way, please email membership@brightonhumanists.org .
Monday 8 Dec 2018 - YouJuice Health Food Café
Start December by looking after yourself... with nourishing food and nurturing beauty balms. Date: Saturday 8th December, 2018 Time: 10:00 -12:30h Venue: YouJuice Health Food Cafe, 96 North Road, Brighton BN1 1YE Investment: £45 - Price includes your own natural bespoke balm to take home and delicious refreshments provided by YouJuice. Ingredients: the balm will be made from organic ingredients including beeswax*, shea butter, a range of carrier oils such as olive oil and your choice of organic essential oils. Details: In this workshop we will make the base of a balm together which can then be tailored to you personally by adding your own unique blend of essential oils. In this way you can choose the purpose of your individual balm, for example it could be made as a beauty balm, a massage balm, lip balm, chest balm, cleansing balm, dry skin balm etc. - what ever you decide it will feel amazing and will nurture and nourish your skin to the nth degree! As well as learning about the ingredients used in the balm, you will learn about a range of essential oils so you feel confident to choose and blend these into your product. *If you are a vegan and avoid using beeswax, please get in touch as we can use an alternative wax. If you have any dietary requirements please let us know so we can ensure the refreshments provided are to your taste. Everything will be gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free.
Monday 8 Dec 2018 - Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Join us once a month for one of our themed Free Days at Brighton Museum, with family activities and a chance to get up close and personal to objects not usually on display. With Christmas around the corner, take a break from shopping and get creative with activities and workshops inspired by The Snowman™ exhibition. Please note: the museum is open 10am-5pm but the activities take place between 11am-4pm.
Monday 15 Dec 2018 - Brighthelm Church & Community Centre
Harry and Chris are the hottest comedy-rap-jazz duo out there. They might also be the only one. After sell-out runs of their 2016 and 2017 shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, Harry Baker and Chris Read have been featured three times on ‘The Russell Howard Hour’ (Sky), and tour regularly around the UK. Their songs range from panda repopulation to coming of age to Robot Wars, and they bring love and laughter to a world that needs both more than ever
Tuesday 16 Mar 2019 - Brighton Police Cellls
Are you brave enough to take on Brighton Police Cells Ghost Hunt? Supernatural Tours and Events presents this special event. Will you encounter the spirit of Henry Solomans who was murdered in the cells in 1844? Henry's ghost has been seen regularly throughout the venue. But hes not alone! His murderer John Lawrence has also been seen lingering the cells. Lawrence was an inmate at the Prison accused of stealing. The Brighton Police Cells was used between 1844 and 1967 and hundereds of people were incarcerated here for many different crimes. The cells still show some of the prisoners original graffiti. Visitors have reported strange occurrences including moving items, strange voices and many more. During the evening you will also get the chance to experience the sensation of being locked in a cell....alone.....if you dare! This event is a real ghost hunt which includes experiments such as seances, dowsing, glass divination and more. What will you experience when the lights go out and the spirits come to life! This is a real ghost hunt experience and we cannot guarantee paranormal activity. We have run events here in the past which have provided some haunting experiences!
Monday 22 Jun 2019 - Preston Park
Apparitions, strange voices, poltergeist activity....when it comes to paranormal activity, Preston Manor has it all! Preston Manor was originally constructed in 1738 by Thomas Western. Westerns ghost is one of the manors resident spooks. Since it has changed hands several times and has been dubbed Englands most haunted manor. The manors oldest ghost is known as the white lady who appears as a blonde lady and has apparently stated that she is a Nun who was thrown out of the church. She has been reported since the 16th century. The hauntings became so regular that a seance was held in 1898 were several spirits came forward to reveal their tragic pasts. The Stanford family previously owned the manor and its reported that their family members still walks the halls today. This event is a real ghost hunt which includes experiments such as seances, dowsing, glass divination and more. What will you experience when the lights go out and the spirits come to life! This is a real ghost hunt experience and we cannot guarantee paranormal activity.
Thursday 4 Aug 2027 - The Duke Of Wellington
Wriggle your way over to The Duke of Wellington for a night of first rate comedy that'll have you laughing so hard your tummy hurts and you snort your drink over the person in front of you. That's right, it's the latest instalment of the Tight Five Showcase. This Friday's giggles will be provided by Ross Bernard, Cat Neilson, Heather Minor, Georgia Apsion and Anthony Ayton. Want to know the best bit? At the end of the night, one lucky audience member will even win a pie!
Monday 1 Nov 2018 - Hotel Pelirocco
Greetings from Metal, Mining and Metallurgy 2018..!! We take great pleasure in inviting your esteemed self to “Global Summit on Metal, Mining and Metallurgy” scheduled during November 01-02, 2018 in the city of Paris, France to join us as a Speaker/Exhibitor/Delegate and share your experiences to enlighten esteemed personalities and researchers by attending the conference.
Wednesday 17 Nov 2018 - Patcham Community Centre
Brighton Model Railway Club 40th annual exhibition. Sat 17th and Sun 18th November 2018. Patcham Community Centre, Ladies Mile Road, Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8TA. Open 1000 – 1700 Saturday, 1000 - 1600 Sunday. Admission Adults £4.00, Senior £3.50, Children £2.50, Family (2A+2C) £11.00. Disabled access, lift between floors. The show will be opened by the well known newsreader and railway enthusiast Nick Owen. 8 confirmed layouts in 6 scales / gauges including, Plumpton Green, Sub Wealden, Hurstmonceaux and Dock Green. Trade and Society support from Morris Models, Brian Trains, Tram 53, RCTS and many others. Our world famous catering will also be available throughout the weekend. Full details are available on our website www.brightonmrc.com or contact the club secretary Dave Clements on 01273 771929. Email brightonmrc@gmail,com
Tuesday 23 Nov 2018 - St Bernadettes School
Christmas Made Easy Artisan Fair - everyone welcome! Come along, have a drink at the bar experience our wonderful artisan goods. Shop in a relaxed atmosphere with friends. Great gifts from our local companies that you won’t find on the high street! Christmas gifts including handmade crafts, organic food, clothes, vintage/retro goods, accessories, jewellery, cosmetics, spa/beauty and more.... Raffle on the night with great prizes Friday 23rd November 2018 7pm-10pm St Bernadette's School, Preston Road BN1 6UT Entrance in Cornwall Gardens or Preston Road Contact: pta@stberns.brighton-hove.sch.uk
Saturday 6 Dec 2018 - New England House
On behalf of EuroSciCon Ltd. we are delighted to welcome you to the EuroSciCon Conference on Green, Sustainable & Environmental Chemistry scheduled on Dec 06-07, 2018 at Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Thursday 11 Mar 2019 - Artista Cafe & Gallery
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Sunday 28 Feb 2019 - Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Euro Food 2019 is the premier food event that brings together a unique and international mix of experts, researchers and proficient decision makers both from academia and industry such as Food Scientists, Sensory analysis, Food Analyst, Flavour Scientists, Nutritionists, Agronomist, Microbiologists, Chemists, Quality Assurance Specialists, and Quality Assurance Managers, Specialists in Food and Beverages, Product Recall Specialists, Product Development Specialists, Quality Control Specialists, Machine Development Specialists, Equipment Handling Specialist across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations to shape the world’s food scientist, industrialists and entrepreneurs meet.
Saturday 13 May 2019 - Brighton Buddhist Centre
it gives the prime concern across the globe today. As the population is increasing at alarming rate, various health hazards are bound to occur with the limited resources we have on the planet
Friday 12 Jun 2019 - St. George's Church
Longdom Conferences is pleased to invite you to attend the Global Innovation Summit Nursing and Primary Health Care. This invitation-only event is a gathering of hundreds of “entrepreneurs, scientists, leading companies, venture capital firms, academic institutions, NGOs, public etc.” from around the world who share a common interest in “Nursing and Primary Health Care” Please visit our website as soon as possible at https://www.longdom.com/nursing-summit/registration to register your attendance. Event capacity is limited, so sign up soon. We are pleased to be able to extend first 50 complimentary registrations – free of charge – due to our special sponsors’ partnership. However, we kindly request to pay $200 for other conference overhead costs which includes breakfast, lunch, evening brunch, free Wi-Fi and hotel shuttle service. We look forward to seeing you in Tokyo, japan in May.
Saturday 20 Nov 2018 - St Bartholomew's Church
MADE BRIGHTON at St BARTHOLOMEW’S is running for a third year in the stunning St Bartholomew’s Church. This show is a little different – whilst still showing the best makers in the country, the St Bartholomew’s fair will be a down to earth ‘Village Hall’ one day, table-top selling event. Choose from textiles, ceramics, lighting, jewellery, children's, wooden and leather goods and much more.

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