Looking for something to do this weekend? Whether you want a night out, to spend some time with the kids, learn a new skill or to get to know your neighbours, Brighton Journal has you covered!
Kick off Euro 2016 the VIP way! In curtesy of luxury ibis SweetBeds you can start the Euro 2016 in complete comfort on Brighton beach at Brighton’s Big Screen.
10th June – 10th July, Brighton Beach
Murder mystery dinner @ The Old Ship hotel: Exciting murder mystery along with a 3 course dinner. What a great way to spend an evening.
Local Live Music at Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Sat 11th June 9pm – £5: Support your local music scene at this rock gig featuring Hardcore Troubadour, New Tropic, Mercela and Nova.
9-12 Middle Street, Brighton. Find out more and book rickets: 01274 749465 or visit the website.
Seaside Sunsets Photography Workshop with Lenslab, Sat 11th June – £79: Learn photography techniques from experts and create your own masterpieces in the Brighton landscape. Don’t know your ISO from your aperture? Don’t worry, you’ll be guided on the way in this 3 hour seesion, and you can use your own equipment or borrow some from the hosts.
Hove lawns, Kingsway, Hove, Sussex. Find out more and book your place: 07391 634879 or visit the website.
Live Music from Sussex Jazz Orchestra. Sunday 12th June 14:00 – 16:00 – Free: Enjoy an afternoon in the sun in the company of Sussex Jazz Orchestra. Treat your ears to a selection of jazz standards while you enjoy a drink in the Pavilion Cafe.
Pavilion Gardens, Pavilion Cafe, Brighton. Find out more: 01273 730712 or visit the website.
The Big Lunch at St. Nicholas Church Sunday 12th June 12:00 – Free: Bring a picnic for the whole family to enjoy, and get to know your neighbours in the luscious grounds of the historic St. Nicholas Church courtesy of the St. Nicholas Green Space Association. If you don’t want to bring your own food there will be a barbecue and licensed bar selling local wine, cider and beer with all profits going to the community group.
St. Nicholas Church, Dyke Road, Brighton. Find out more: 07736 463956 or visit the website.
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Featured image: Franklin Park Library