What’s on for the coming month?
Brighton Digital Festival
There’s still time to enjoy Brighton Digital Festival which runs until 30th September. With more than 160 events taking place in venues across the city theres something for everyone!
The corn exchange hosts MADE Brighton from 23rd-25th September. A fantastic design and craft fair selling work ranging from cutting edge ceramics, contemporary jewellery, blown and kiln formed glass as well as wood and textiles
Snowdogs by the Sea
From the 24th September Brighton and Hove will be hosting its largest ever public art event. Explore the city of to find more than 50 individually designed 1.5m tall Snowdog sculptures.
Saturday 1st October. Every year Brighton welcomes hundreds of VW’S to Madeira Drive from London, a great spectacle for all to see.
Party at The Races
A brand new dance music festival comes to Brighton Race Course on 1st October. Day-time dancing and night-time clubbing, with some of the world’s biggest artists performing across 3 stages.
Brighton Landrover Run
If Volkswagen aren’t your bag or if you are a car enthusiast, head to Madeira Drive on Sunday 2nd October for the annual Landrover run.
Head up to Stanmer Park to celebrate apple day, with lots of apple themed stalls and activities. Grab a glass of apple juice or cider, walk round the apple orchards and enjoy!
Love motorbikes? Since 2004 Brightona’s Motorbike Festivals have had thousands of visitors flocking to the shores of Brighton to raise money for the Sussex Heart Charity.
Brighton Comedy Fringe
Back for its 10th year from the 15th October – 1st November it’s not to be missed. From fantastic stand-up to sketch groups to comic theatre, the fringe presents the finest, freshest and funniest shows around.
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