What to do this Weekend! 10 & 11 September
The Level Best Festival 2016 – A fun packed family festival with games, prizes, fairground rides, face painting, The PlayBus Team, badge making, build a flower, bag making & decorating, children’s art sessions, flower walk & botany drawing workshop, live music, delicious afternoon tea, cakes & snacks & much much more!!
£1 donation on entry. Many activities are free!!
Saturday, 17 September from 2-6pm
Boundary Brighton @ Stanmer Park – Taking the best of Brighton’s creative energy, lust for life and generosity of spirit, Boundary Brighton is a festival with four stages of music, a vintage fair, delicious local food, and other magical delights, all nestled between the crest of the Downs and the City, with the sea below.
International DJs and live acts will bring together house, dub, bashment, techno, drum’n’bass, breaks, electronica and even a little crazy jazz.
Saturday 17 September from 12pm-10:30pm
NOTHING @ Bleach – Come hear Philadelphia’s NOTHING for a loud, unique, rock experience. The band will be performing live in Brighton from 7pm – 11pm.
Brighton LGBTQ History Club – Launching Sunday 18th September 2016, 3pm at the Marlborough Pub and Theatre, a new club for people interested in exploring Brighton’s LGBTQ+ history. Join us for the introductory session, we will have a fascinating guest speaker TBC and you can learn more about what we have planned. The event is taking place in the Theatre Bar on the ground floor of the building.
Learn skills, engage with experts, meet new people and uncover the stories of our city’s queer past.
Sessions are FREE to attend open to everyone (18+) and refreshments will be provided.
Great British Beach Clean – In partnership with the Marine Conservation Society. We will start at 11 through until 1pm. If the weather is wonderful bring a picnic!
Every year MCS asks volunteers to carry out a Beachwatch Survey over one weekend all around the UK coastline. The information gathered provides a snapshot of marine litter which helps all of us understand where the problem comes from and its scale.
It’s fun for all the family and gives you the ‘feel good factor’ all day long.
Feature image from here.