What’s on in Brighton? 6 – 8th July

Image via Luna Beach Cinema Facebook.

The heatwave is continuing! As we head into our second weekend of stunning weather, Brighton obviously has a jam packed diary, so of course we have selected what not to miss. Enjoy!

Pop Up Cocktail Court – Friday 6th July

Brighton Cocktail Week begins this weekend, kicking off with a Pop Up Cocktail Court at The Old Ship Hotel on Friday. Expect local and international spirit and liquor producers, with loads of tasty cocktails to try.

Old Ship Hotel, entry with wristband £10+BF, 7pm, tickets/more info, Kings Road, BN1 1NR.

Calligraphy workshop at Craft Party 2017. Image by Oh Someday Jewellery, via Brighton Etsy Team Facebook.

Etsy Craft Party 2018 – Friday 6th July

Calling all of you in touch with your creative side! Etsy are holding their annual craft party this Friday, with a huge mix of workshops, delicious treats and a goodie tote bag for you to take home. Open to all so don’t be shy!

The Clarendon Centre, £16.76, 7pm, tickets/more info, 47 – 49 New England Street, BN1 4GQ.

Image via Luna Beach Cinema Facebook.

England vs Sweden World Cup Quarter Final on The Beach – Saturday 7th July

By some sort of miracle (the miracle being Harry Kane) we’ve made the Quarter Finals! England meet Sweden on Saturday, and what better place to watch it then on a huge outdoor screen on the beach?

Luna Beach Cinema, £5, doors at 10.30am, kick off at 3pm, website, Madeira Drive, BN2 1EN.

Free the Nipple Brighton – Saturday 7th July

Reclaim your body and desexualise breasts – Free the Nipple aims to normalise female breasts, and stop from just being an object of male gaze. Liberating, powerful and enormously important.

March begins at Old Steine Gardens, 2pm, FREE, more info on Facebook page.

Paddle Round The Pier – Sunday 8th July

Sunday see’s the return of Brighton’s famous Paddle Round The Pier during which participants, as you may have guessed, paddle round the pier in the name of charity, Things kick off at 12.00pm, so head down to the beach to show your support and soak up the atmosphere!

Brighton Beach, 12pm onward, FREE, website/more info.

Brighton, as it it; 1931 – Sunday 8th July

Join Mr. Adams in the beautiful Pavilion Gardens for a guided walk around Brighton to learn about it’s wonderful and rich history! No booking necessary.

Meet at South Gate entrance to the Royal Pavilion, 2pm, £5, more info.

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