Things to do At The Weekend: 20 – 21 July
Our picks for the weekend:
.2020 Vision exhibition on Brighton seafront
.Beer Festival Weekend – Join The Shepherd and Dog for a weekend of summer activites, great ales, sensational ciders and delicious stone pit fire meals
.Resonance is part of Time and Place, a collaborative project with organisations in the UK and France funded by the Interreg Iva Channel programme. For more information on the project and the partners visit timeandplaceproject.org
.Summer Street party at The Ancient Mariner with live music all day from 1pm at our ‘street stage’ from some of our favourite bands and DJ from 10pm till late they’ll keep you dancing all day!
.Stuart Black: Edinburgh Preview – The show is inspired by the difficulty in discerning what is the moral and correct thing to do in today’s world.
.A rare chance to visit the ruined walled kitchen garden – Hidden Garden: The Edwardian Kitchen Garden
.Brighton Farmers Market is conveniently located on a disused bus lane alongside the war memorial on Old Steine, and runs from 10am – 4pm every third Saturday of each month.
.Stanmer Organics is opening its gates on July 21st. Members invite the public to come and learn about this unique project situated on 17 acres of land in the beautiful Stanmer Park, Brighton.
.North Laine Guided Walks – This tour will introduce you to this Conservation Area which is well known as an off-beat area full of independent shops and restaurants but behind the shops is a historic area with enough surviving old buildings to give you a glimpse into Victorian Brighton.
.Film festival in collaboration with Pride 2013 “BETTE BOURNE: IT GOES WITH THE SHOES” at Duke’s at Komedia
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