Happy New Year!
There is always so much going on in Brighton and Hove, it’s why we love our city sooo much, so what are we really looking forward to in 2019?
We love living in Brighton, it’s a great place for a city break or to host a stag or hen party, don’t forget our house sleeps up to 33, so there’s no need to leave anyone behind! We do get booked up for the summer, so make sure you plan ahead, especially if you want to enjoy any of the events below.
Veganism is huge, and Brighton loves it. We have a whole host of vegan and vegetarian eateries throughout Brighton and Hove to keep you entertained after this conference. Find out what’s hot in Veganism, watch cooking demos and pick up new tips on how to stay in tip top condition with plant based health and fitness advice from the experts.
The Ladyboys of Bangkok will be returning to Brighton once again for their amazing show. Full of fun and laughter, plus they do some great packages for hen and stag parties, or a special birthday. Either way it’s a show you just have to see for yourself.
Brighton Fringe is not to be missed, with so much going on over the course of the month Brighton and Hove really comes to life, probably why May is one of the most popular months in our Beach House, although we do still have a few dates available. Last year there were over 1000 events in 164 venues across the city.
The Foodies Festival is right opposite our beach house in Hove and is sure to tantalise the tastebuds. But it’s not all about food, there’s live music, drink and general merriment. For the more serious foodies out there, join in with the masterclasses at the chef’s theatre. Our personal favourite has to be the Pimm’s Teapot. How very British!
Every year this festival gets bigger and bigger. An explosion of upcoming music hits Brighton and Hove across all different venues and The Beach Festival too. The likes of Ed Sheeren, Adele, Mumford and Sons, Bastille and The Macabees have all played in their earlier days.
Paddle round the Pier is run by volunteers to raise funds to encourage healthy and safe use of the coastline. The main events involve teams paddling their homemade contraptions around the old West Pier followed by the actual paddle round the pier. The festivities for this year haven’t been announced as yet, but if past years are anything to go by, there’ll be lots of music, dancing and yummy food as well as different water activities.
Renowned worldwide as one of the best Pride events going, last year saw Britney Spears take the headline spot, so we are excited to hear who might be the headline act this year. From the parade to the party in Preston Park, the event stretches across the city in every bar and restaurant over the whole weekend. Whatever your flavour, you’ll find it in Brighton.
There are so many events in Brighton and Hove throughout the year, from Gin festivals to tattoo conventions, mini rallies, bike rallies, marathons and much more. Why not get a group together and head down to the seaside for the week – there’s so much to do, you’ll wish you booked longer. Our Beach House can sleep up to 33 and is in a prime location for all of these events.