This year’s Brighton Festival is shaping up to be one of the best, and better still, there’s plenty of things to see for free. We’ve picked out five of our favourite free events, and you can find even more on the Brighton Festivalwebsite.
There’s so much going on in Brighton and Hove during May 2012, with Brighton Festival, Brighton Fringe and The Great Escape music festival, that it’s quite difficult to choose the top five things to do. So for something a little different, we’ve picked five things outside of the festivals for you and your family to get up to this May.
Whatever the weather brings for those of us in Brighton and Hove this early May Bank Holiday weekend (5 – 7 May 2012), we’ve got some ideas to keep you and your family entertained. Check out our five favourite things to do in Brighton and Hove over the coming Bank Holiday weekend.
Hundreds of dad’s, many balding, made their way to Brighton’s Dome on Friday night to see 70s punk rock band The Stranglers.
Wildlife cameraman, photographer and Arctic specialist Doug Allan was at The Old Market showcasing some of the images from his debut book ‘Freeze Frame’.
Following on from last year’s more politically influenced festival, Brighton Festival 2012 see’s Vanessa Redgrave taking up the role of Guest Director.
Thousands of children are expected to be affected by the council’s proposal to cut funding to the Music and Arts Service by 100 percent over the next two years.