Mother’s Day Activities

Published On February 13, 2013 | By We Love Brighton | Archive

On Sunday 10th of March once again that special day to celebrate your Mum has swung around. What could be a better place to spend the weekend than in Brighton? She deserves to get away from the daily routine and allowing herself little moments of beauty and divertissement. Are you running out of ideas? Then you are in the right place! Take a look at our selection.

RELAX and MASSAGE at Spa Tara At Tara Spa everything is designed to optimize the benefits of massage: traditional music, rooms equipped with all comfort, very quiet and a qualified staff always polite as usual Thai. They offer a variety of beauty and massage treatments: traditional Thai, herbal hot compress, back, neck and shoulder, Thai oil, reflexology, deep tissue massages. WHAT WE SUGGEST: 60 minute Deep Tissue Massage and 30 minute private use of their Hydrotherapy – £65pp

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Sweet Tooth Join the peeps from The Chocolate Festival on New Road for two days of chocolate-fuelled festivities. It’s the –perfect place to stock up on delicious gifts and indulge your passion for all things chocolate. Free

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SHOPPING at Marina Car Boot Sale Every Sunday from 7am to 12pm. The market, one of the most established in the city, moved from Brighton Station Car Park to the Marina multi-storey a few years ago. It boasts around 200 pitches selling a variety of goods, from vintage fashion to art. Free

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CABARET with KAZUKO HOHKI INCONTINENTAL is the new show from the multiple award winning Kazuko Hohki created in collaboration with Artists Colin Carmichael, Lewis Barfoot, Andy Cox and Max Hallett in partnership with Proffessor Alastair Forbes and the Gasterenterology team at University College Hospital London. £10/ £8 CONCS, UNDER 25’S

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I Love Art Uk

Exhibition at Jubilee Library I Love Art Presents 2013 ’13 Women’ Event to Celebrate Women… and Men Exhibition takes place at Brighton Jubilee Library to coincide with ‘International Women’s Day’ – 1-15 March, 2013. Free

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COMEDY at Krater Comedy Club Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening Komedia turns its hand to comedy and invites three to four comedians from around the globe to Brighton for a night of pure entertainment at the renowned Krater Comedy Club. £13.50(nacho deal) £10 /£5 NUS

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Exhibition at Hop Gallery Local, regional and international artists, Esther Caplin, Rachel Clark, Anne Crawford, Lindy Dunbar, JanaNicole, Chris Knox, Allen Mackenzie, Peter Messer, Karen Norfolk, Nick Orsborn and Jane Wateridge come together with an intereting and diverse mix of contemporary art including sculptures, paintings, prints, jewellery, life drawings, collage and textiles. Free. Contact: info@hopgallery.com

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MUSIC with Modigliani Quartet – Coffee Concert Series The Modigliani Quartet, formed by four close friends in 2003, will soon celebrate 10 years together. Already one of world’s most sought after string quartets, they come to Brighton Dome hot on the heels of tours of Australia, the US, China and Japan. £17.50 (£15 concessions)

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Other good stuff: .Some of the best places to have afternoon tea .Family Friendly Places to Eat and Relax! .Allergy Free Restaurant .Afternoon Tea at Food for Friends Review

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