What’s On This Weekend: 4th – 6th of October 2019
There’s a lot happening in Brighton this weekend. We’ve listed a plethora of events to suit all ages and interests so there’s something for everyone.
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Friday 4th of October
Moving Interiors – The Royal Pavilion through the Ages @ Brighton Dome
Head down to the Brighton Dome for an afternoon filled with a historical discussion about Brighton’s most cherished and prevalent tourist attraction. Curated by University of Sussex’s Dr. Alexandra Loske, she introduces the history of the Royal Pavilion, taking the audience on a journey from its first appearance as George IV’s small lodging house in the mid-1780s to its growth into the regal palace it appears today.
Brighton Dome. 1pm (doors open at 12:30pm). Church St, Brighton BN1 1UE. Tickets £5.
Hanover Beer Festival @ Hanover Centre
The tight-knit community of Hanover is proceeding with their annual beer festival, now in the run-up to their 32nd year. Located in the heart of Brighton, the festival aims to showcase some of the best beers from the finest breweries of Sussex to Bristol and even Huddersfield.
Hanover Centre. 7 – 11pm. 33 Southover Street, BN2 9UD. Tickets available from Sir Charles Napier (Southover Street), The Constant Service (Islingword Road), Village (Islingword Road), Brighton Bierhaus (Edward Street) (cash only).
Saturday 5th of October
Hove Monthly Markets @ Cornerstone Community Centre, Church Road
Discover hidden gems at Hove’s markets by exploring two jam-packed rooms containing pre-loved vintage clothing, antique furniture, fresh fruit and veg and everything in-between. There’ll be something for everyone so go along and grab yourself a bargain or two! To top the afternoon off, they’ll be a live jazz performance between 2-3pm!
Cornerstone Community Centre. 1:30 – 4pm. Church Road, BN3 2FL.
Sussex Vineyard Tour
Listen up, wine enthusiasts! What better way to spend your Saturday afternoon than exploring the tranquil Sussex countryside and tasting the finest wines the county has to offer. The tour also includes an insight into the production of wine ‘from grape to glass’ and a meal at the local country pub. It’s sure to be a unique day out!
Meet at Jury’s Inn Hotel. 10:45am. 101 Stroudley Road, BN1 4DJ. Tickets £89.
Sunday 6th of October
Vegan Fair @ Brighton Open Market
Regardless of your dietary requirements, the Vegan Fair is not one to miss. Showcasing 45 unique and independent stalls from Sussex, take a pick of deliciously handmade, organic treats, grow-your-own vegetables and hand-crafted health and beauty products. Expect to see pop up burger bars, sustainable clothing and hear some enchanting music all whilst supporting local businesses and the environment!
Brighton Open Market. 10am – 4pm. Marshalls Row, BN1 4JU.
Best of Brighton Walking Tour
Have any burning questions you wanted to know about Brighton? Now’s the time for them to be answered. This free walking tour of Brighton’s most prestigious landmarks, comprising of The Royal Pavilion, Volk’s Railway, Palace Pier and the West Pier, will educate tourists of the city’s sensational history, and long-term residents likewise.
Meet outside Al Duomo Restaurant. 11am – 12:30pm. 4-5 Pavilion Parade, BN1 1EE.