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Brighton Is March-ing Ahead!
Being Brighton residents, we may well be a little biased, but we can, hand on heart, say that both January and February have seen their fair share of fun filled days in Brighton. As the days grow lighter, the sky gets clearer and the temperature rises - even if just slightly, Brighton wakes from its Winter rest and March sees the city kick in to full swing with an array of events. Here are just a few.
Sick! Festival : Various Locations (3rd – 29th March)
Sick! is an alternative, international cross-art festival with the aim of bring awareness and understanding to the experience of sickness both mental and physical. This ambitious festival brings together a program of film, dance, performance art and debate with artists from all over the world backed by the medical profession. With acts such as Ruby Wax and Richard Ayoade, Sick! is about changing the thinking of what is normal, society and the reality of our bodies. More Info
Sussex Beer Festival : Hove Town Hall (6th – 8th March)
Featuring over 240 different types of beers as well as 45 different ciders, perry and country wines, so the Sussex Beer Festival is sure to have something to whet your whistle. Most of Sussex’s 35 breweries will be in attendance, with 10 of the newest providing the most discerning drinker even more choice. The format is simple, collect a glass, buy some tokens and enjoy the liquid delights that British beer and cider has to offer. There is also food available and evening entertainment on Saturday night. Tickets on the door are limited. sussexbeerfestival.co.uk
Whalefest 2014 Brighton Metropole (14th – 16th March)
This family friendly event is the World’s largest festival about Whales, Dolphins and marine life. Featuring celebrity speakers including Gok Wan, Steve Backshall, Virginia McKenna, Miranda Krestovnikoff and more. With the aim of stirring up passions though talks, video, music, comedy and exhibitions to raise awareness and funds for the World Cetacean Alliance (WCA). Attracting people from all over the World, Whalefest truly has something for everyone. http://www.whale-fest.com/
Swishing : The Quadrant (14th March)
Swishing brings an all new dimension for the frugal fashionista. Making the art of clothes swapping a bit more high-fashion. Simply take along 1 to 10 items of good quality clothing, shoes or accessories. The quality of which you would be happy to give and see a friend wearing. Then swap these for someone else’s pre-loved items and leave with a new set of fashion treasures.
The Chocolate Festival : Brighton Dome (29th – 30th March)
Indulge your desire with the Brighton Chocolate Festival. A real chocoholic’s dream with a street full of the World’s finest chocolatiers. During the two day chocolate-centred festival you will have the chance to discover the health benefits, sample the delights on offer, try chocolate cocktails and chat to Britain’s best artisan chocolate producers. Taste your way along Brighton Dome and grab some Easter treats for friends and family. This is also a great event for sweetening your mum on Mother’s Day!
VegFestUK 2013 : The Hove Centre (29th – 30th March)
This star studded event is now in its 6th year and is Europe’s biggest vegetarian event. The two day vegetarian extravaganza is aimed at promoting healthy living. A celebration of all things vegetarian, the show features great food as well as workshops, over 125 stalls, cookery demos, live talks, music and cinema. With a full line-up of children’s activities and CBeebies presenter Sarah Jane Honeywell, Sunday is the day to pick for families. Over the weekend the entertainment will be supplied by over 12 different musicians, workshops from celebrities such as ex Professional footballer Neil Robinson, other celebrity guest and live comedy. There are an expected 7,000 visitors over the weekend, loads of entertainment, so it’s sure to be a fun event for all the family. http://brighton.vegfest.co.uk/
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