7 Quirky Things To Do in Brighton
Brighton is the place to be this Spring/Summer.
Here’s 7 things to do in Brighton to prove our point including food, fun & frolics.
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1. EUROPE’S CAMPEST: Eurovision Party at the Duke of Yorks Cinema
Quintessentially camp & brilliant Brighton shares many traits with Eurovision. No surprises then when they host the most awesome party in cinema hosted by the Glambassador king of Brighton Boogaloo Stu.
2. ARTY FARTS: Brighton Festival & Brighton Fringe
Edinburgh’s baby brother the Brighton Fringe is now the place to be for great value new shows & incredible big shows at the Brighton Festival.
3. SIT & WATCH: Live Entertainment Venues to Die for
Downtrodden London Road (near the station) is now hip with venues like The Rialto for offbeat theatre & events, Green Door Store for cool club nights & live music.
3. MUCH MORE THAN JUST A 99: Food Glorious Food
Terre à Terre gorgeous vegetarian tapas unlike anything you’ve tasted before, Grubbs Burgers for late night burger binge, Curry Leaf Cafe for yummy South Indian street food, Namul Korean Bibimbap Takeaway & Boho Gelato for nice cream.
4. ALCOHOLICS BEWARE: Great Bars
World’s End Pub for mmm BBQShack, The Black Dove for folky performance and guest beers & The Regency Tavern for a great Sunday roast with a theatrical twist.
5. STAYCATION: Quirky Hotels
Hotel Pelirocco for quirky themed experience including rooms like Dollywould, The Grand for old time glamour & The Artist Residence for arty scrawls on your wall.
6. SPEND DOLLAR: Shopping To Die For
Snoopers Paradise for cabinets of kitsch curiosity, North Laine for retro tat, The Lanes for design and brands.
7. FEATHER BOAS AREN’T OUT OF THE QUESTION: Pride
Gay day done in a lovely way. Brighton Pride is a lot more fun than its London cousin.
What have we missed? Leave a comment below with your suggestions for things to do in Brighton…
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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.
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