Welcome to the What’s on Guide for Brighton & Hove.
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There’s something to stimulate all the senses This month; The Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival brings local food to the forefront whilst the likes of Brighton Fetish Weekend and the Ladyboys of Bangkok provide our visual entertainment. With Easter there’s the normal foodie temptations, but on the ﬂip side there’s also plenty of outdoor activities to burn it all off again!
Get ready for giggles galore with Gina Yashere. Award winning British comedienne; most commonly known for appearances on Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo. Gina comes to Brighton on her tour; Laugh Riot, never failing to raise the roof and split your sides, you’ll be falling over yourself, if you can see where you’re going through tear-filled eyes.
The great thing I always find about the Brighton Marathon, is the camaraderie, it’s always a time of excitement, energy, joy, determination and success. Winning never matters, it never does in Brighton, being such a supportive and welcoming City, even if you’re not a fan of sports, come down to cheer on the runners, and really feel that community spirit.
Brighton Fetish Weekend
Fri 10th – Sun 12th
If you’ve got a flavour for the fetish, or intrigued, this weekend will open your eyes to a whole knew world. Forget all you thought you knew about fetishes and having a kink, because this weekend you will be ‘schooled’ – and even that is an understatement. Kinky cocktails, Fetish expos, Club Spank Ball and a Twisted Market awaits you.
The Annual Brighton Jukebox & Retro Fair
Sat 25th – Sun 26th Brighton Racecourse
Rockabilly’s and old town kinda girls – paint your lips red, pull out your curlers and that prize polka dot dress. In it’s 11th year it’s always been a favourite fair in Brighton. Prepared to be wowed with wonderful vintage clothing, retro novelties, mesmerising memorabilia… I could go on, but you know what would be easier? Go!
Mencap Charity Firewalk
Fri 10th Brighton Marina
Join as people gather for a popular and different kind of charitable event. With 50 places available, this is a physical phenomenon. If you like to try something new, or want to push your limits,dare to try your luck, and love for giving for a charitable cause. We’ve always been told; never play with fire, but on this occasion, you have permission.
Sat 25th Brighton Open Market
It’s surprising, that even though still young, The Open Market really has a lot to offer, with an array of stalls, shops and events. “The loaf is at the heart of our lives. It’s our connection with sustenance, community and creativity.” bake, eat and come together with food that’s can sometimes be a little like Brighton and its inhabitants; a little nutty. strikealight.org/