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Welcome to the What’s on Guide for Brighton & Hove.

Check out the February issue of What’s on Guide

As soon as I see the snowdrops peaking their nodding white heads through the earth I get very excited that Spring is just around the
corner. It also means that I have got lots of events and places for you to visit. This issue there’s an eclectic mix of fun, fascination
and relaxation. So no excuses, it is time to get out there, explore and enjoy those sparkling crisp days.

Decmeber Focus


The Polar Bears Go Wild
Monday 16th – Tuesday 17th Feb, Brighton Dome

 polar_bearsJoin two mischievous Polar Bears on their adventure to, well, more mischief! With a wonderful story line, props and stage    presence that will ignite a wild, colourful journey through their imagination. There is also a Playmakes event on Saturday 28th    where the kids can get crafty and you can have a coffee and cake at the café.





Duke Dumont Brighton 

Saturday 28th Feb, Concorde2Duke Dumont

Adam Dument’s early career was mentored by DJ/ producer Switch and he released his first EP in 2007. After two critically acclaimed EPs for Tiga’s Turbo Recordings in 2012 and remixes for AlunaGeorge and Santigold, Duke Dumont took the world by storm with ‘Need U (100%)’ which went straight to number one in the UK, as did its follow up ‘I Got U’.



Brighton Tattoo Convention, Metropole Hotel

 Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd February

tattoo_convention_ How do you spot someone from Brighton? Check their tattoo count. While the art of the tattoo gains ever increasing popularity  the world over, Brighton’s annual inky get together returns for its eight outing. Mingle with tattoo fellow enthusiasts, take part  in workshops, go ape to live music and generally have an inking good time at this world-famous    event.





 Brighton Science Festival

Sunday 1st Feb – Sunday 1st March, Sallis Benney Theatre  brighton_science

BSF started 9 years ago to discover the wonder of science where we came from, deal with where we are and where we might go in the future. This festival is for all ages and particularly interesting to teenagers. Discovering through science where we came from, deal with where we are and debate where we might go in the future.




Saturday 7th, Audio

London DJ and producer Oneman was the first DJ to appear on Mary Anne Hobbs’ Radio 1 show without releasing a single  record and began to make his name in the dubstep scene around 2006. In 2007 he was asked to join pirate radio station Rinse  FM where he has continued to be a key figure. Tonight expect stripped down club jams and US Rap.




 Jimmys Restaurant 

  5 Palm Drive, The Waterfront, Brighton Marina, BN2 5WAFOOD

On a blustery mid-week night in January we ventured out to Jimmy’s a new 500 seat restaurant in the marina which specialises in food from around the world. We were not quite expecting what we saw on our arrival. The place was busy with people seated in a variety of areas throughout the restaurant, the main focus being open kitchen areas where teams of chefs were on hand to serve you food from across the globe We were welcomed, shown to our booth and given the basics of what to expect. With our drink orders taken, off we went to explore. I chose the Chinese zone to start for steamed prawn dumplings, crackers and rice. For main it would be Indian and the tandoori chicken was really flavoursome with rice and also a little butter chicken. I think psychologically you just want to eat more once you know it’s a set price (from £9.99 subject to day/times) eat as much as you like. So another main and this time I went to the noodle bar and selected fresh noodles, vegetables and beef; handed it to me by the chef who cooked it there and then. The steaks sizzling on the griddle and Mexican at the other open kitchens were tempting but I stayed strong. After a short break I went looking for dessert. With an ice cream machine and chocolate fountain plus many other treats to choose from the words diet and January were erased from my memory for this night only. A good choice for the variety and value.


Brighton Sea Life Centre, Marine Parade

sea life Brighton’s best known for its beach, but what lurks in the water is a mystery to most of us.  Take the family on an underwater  adventure this half term at one of Brighton’s best locations for a really special day with the family, with turtles, sharks,stingrays  even seahorses! Learn new things and gaze upon creatures your children thought were mere myths!







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