Snooze – A Labour of Love

Welcome to our new blog, this is where you are going to find our own unique take on all things Brighton! Each week we will be putting down our thoughts about upcoming ‘events’ that are not to be missed or ‘social’ places that really should require your further attention! We’ll do our best to keep […]

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Sea Life Centre (Brighton Aquarium)

Brighton Aquarium was conceived and designed by Eugenius Birch, the architect responsible for the West Pier. Work began in 1869 and the building opened in 1872. The project cost £133,000 (equivalent to around £5.5 million today). The Aquarium proved an initial success with the town’s visitors. In addition to the marine life on display, a number of other […]

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Artists Open Houses Christmas Festival 2019

Whether you are a resident of Brighton or you’re coming to sleep with us & visit our lovely seaside city this November and December, we can recommend checking out this wonderful event! This May saw over 1,500 artists and makers exhibiting their work in artists’ homes other people’s homes and studios – providing a snapshot […]

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Theatre Royal Brighton

One of the oldest theatres in the country, Brighton’s Theatre Royal has a history that began over two hundreds years ago in 1806 when The Prince of Wales, George Augustus Frederick who later became Prince Regent and then King (George IV), approved the building of the theatre. It opened the following year on 27th June […]

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The Brighton Dome

Brighton Dome is the south coast’s premier multi-arts venue. Each year, they present and produce over 600 events spanning music, theatre, dance, comedy, literature, spoken word, visual arts, film, digital and more. In addition to the year-round programme, each May they produce England’s leading and most-progressive mixed-arts celebration, the internationally-acclaimed Brighton Festival Brighton Festival is an annual […]

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Eddie Izzard

this Friday night September 27th sees Eddie Izzard return to Brighton for 3 sell out nights at the Dome with his new stand up show ‘Wunderbar’. Hailed as the foremost stand up of his generation. Star of stage and screen. Tireless supporter of charity. Runner. Political campaigner. Fashion icon. Human. Eddie Izzard is all of […]

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The Undercliff Walk

As you know when you visit our lovely seaside city of Brighton and you come & sleep with us we always like to highlight something nice and maybe a bit different for you to do. Whatever time of year, whatever the weather (although preferably on a clear sunny day) we thoroughly recommend a stroll or […]

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Brighton Swimming Club

Brighton Swimming Club is the oldest swimming club in the country, its members swim in the sea every day of the year from the club changing rooms just to the east of Palace Pier, this has been going on continuously since 1860! The clubs members have a range of swimming aspirations; some just paddle, others […]

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Lagoon Fest 2019 Hove

Looking for something to do this weekend if you’re in Brighton? Then this lovely, Free! and open to everyone, all day event, takes place for the second year running, this Saturday at Hove Lagoon. Lagoon Fest 2019 is hosted and organised by community organisation Friends of Hove Lagoon. Kicking off at 11am you’ll find live […]

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The South Downs

From rolling hills to bustling market towns, the South Downs National Park’s landscapes cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. Discover the white cliffs of Seven Sisters, rolling farmland, ancient woodland and lowland heaths or enjoy our ‘picture perfect’ villages, traditional country pubs or flourishing vineyards. “The Downs… too much for one pair of […]

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Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery began life in a few rooms on the upper floor of the Royal Pavilion. The museum was opened on 5 November 1861 by Richard Owen, the founder of the Natural History Museum. Its first displays consisted of natural history specimens, the town’s art collection, and various items collected from around the […]

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