Things to do in Brighton at the Weekend: 15 – 16 December

Published On December 7, 2012 | By We Love Brighton | Archive

Our picks for All Weekend:

.Visit Santa for Free at Brighton Marina: Santa has a FREE gift for every child under 14, 11am-4pm (Free).
.Artist’s Open Houses – Christmas festival: a great opportunity to find affordable and Christmas presents for friends and family, 10am-5pm (Free).
.Ghosts of Gone Birds Christmas Advent Calender Window Display at noon (Free)
.Buy local this Christmas, and do it inside out of the cold at Mini Christmas Market from 12pm-4pm
.Head down to the Hove seafront in the evening for the 2012 BEACH HUT ADVENT CALENDAR 5.30pm (Free)
.Join The Park Crescent Pub for their first ever Beer festival from Friday 14 at 3pm (Free)


.Buy Christmas Presents at the Christmas Fair at Brighton Centre from 11am (£1).
.Christmas Vintage and Craft Fair:  a friendly fair with handmade items for sale and vintage clothes from 12pm. (Free)
.Christmas Classics Concert: an evening that promises an exciting and innovative programme of old and new works by Haydn, Gerschwin, Chilcott, Bach and Rutter from 7.30pm (£12 adv)
.An afternoon at Comedy Club 4 Kids: cracking comedy entertainment for everyone over the age of six from 2pm (£8.50/£6.50)
.Festive fun for the whole family with Diddi Dance and Dance Brighton Christmas Party 2pm (£10)
.A wonderful evening of winter music, poetry, sing along with Cerys Matthews 9pm (£23.50)


.Christmas Gingerbread House Workshop: learn simple royal icing techniques and how to make a sugar snowman 2pm (50p)
.Bring your little ones to tell Santa if they have been naughty or nice and receive a present atSanta’s Grotto and Christmas Market 11am (£4 for Santa’s Grotto)
.Suspiciously Elvis Christmas Special returns with a six-piece band including backing singers for a night of glitz, glamour and dancing 6pm (£22)
.Art Noise returns to The Blind Tiger for another fantastic exhibition combining Art, Photography and Design with live performance from 12pm (Day Free, £3 after 7pm)
.Fancy a movie? We suggest you to watch Electric Man at the new Duke’s At Komedia at 1pm (£7)

For more things to do this weekend see our calendar

Other good stuff:

.TRYST: a festive fling and Festive Brighton

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