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Check out the March issue of What’s on Guide

I love March. With the glumness of mid winter, thankfully, behind us there’s a host of events to consider spending your valuable time upon. My first love theatre delivers a surfeit of riches this month with Theatre Royal, New Venture and The Old Market alone putting on splendid productions. The various festivals are tantalising us with announcements of delights to come – see the Future section. It’s spring, spring, spring!

Decmeber Focus


 Treatment Present – Ten Walls (Live) 
 Fri 6th Concorde 2 


 BrightonTreatment continue to bring top talent to Brighton, and Ten Walls is no exception. His release ‘Walking with Elephants’ was a massive deep-tech house record in 2014, topping the UK singles chart. Expect to have your aural and visual senses tantalized from this live performance, and see why Ten Walls is Resident Advisor’s number 5 Live Act of 2014.





 Dr John and the Nite Trippersdr

 Thurs 12th, Brighton Dome

Six-time Grammy winner Malcolm John Rebennack is known the world over as the embodiment of New Orleans’ musical legacy. His colourful career  began in the 1950s and by the 1960s he was a sought-after session musician before establishing a solo career with his unique blend of voodoo mysticism, rhythm and blues and psychedelic rock. Don’t miss this legendary character.. 



 25th Sussex Beer & Cider Festival 

  Cider Festival Thurs 19th – Sat 21st, Corn Exchange




It’s exciting when the Beer and Cider Festival comes to town – It feel like spring – the weathers bearable to stay in the garden till early evening, and the Beer festival’s here! Buy your glass at the door, and get ready to become a professional beer taster – with nearly 240 beers and 60 ciders!






 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.



 VegfestUK Brighton 

 Sat 28th – Sun 29th, Brighton Centre


It is almost spring and time to get veggie with it, with a new food village holding 15 caterers and 3 all day bars, hemp stalls, 160 stalls bursting with greenness, goodness and lifelong secrets, cookery demos over both days and a UK vegan comedy. This vegan festival is showing us, you can be healthy, and have fun with it!





  GYSO Family Roller Disco

  Sundays 3:15pm – 4:30pm, King Alfred Leisure Centre disco

Get your skates on for this weekly roller event. Whether you’re busting elaborate twists and spins or teetering around the edge, all experience levels and ages are welcome at this fun family activity. Disco lights, games, prizes and skates provided; so get the whole family releasing some endorphins and channel your inner Starlight Express! 


 Brighton Rock Gem n Bead Show Sat 21st – Sun 22nd,

Brighton Racecourse 



The Brighton Bead and loom craze has been snowballing like crazy recently, with new ways of making funky accessories, and such diverse crazes and jewellery obsessions, I can imagine a lot of you will be reading this and can’t contain your excitement! Could you imagine, a whole market set up with beads, gems, and rocks galore! 




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