Things to do this Week: 11-17 June

Published On June 8, 2012 | By We Love Brighton | Archive

Euro 2012 France Vs England – Monday 11 June

Venue: The Brunswick

Come and cheer England on in their first game of Euro 2012. Family friendly and shown on the Big Screen in the Venue. Free

England vs France – Monday 11 June

Venue: Komedia

Euro 2010 is coming! Watch England’s progress in the best possible location that doesn’t involve catching a plane. Cinema size screen, guaranteed seating and a family friendly environment.Under 18s get concession tickets! £9.50 (inc burger meal) £3/£1.50conc

EURO 2012: FRANCE v ENGLAND – Monday 11 June

Venue: Volks

Watch the action on large HD Projector / Screen + 2 Large HD Plasmas,Chilled atmosphere, free nibbles, full food menu (see diner menu on home page). Free

Iou Comedy: Lucy Porter & Phil Nichol – Monday 11 June

Venue: Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar

They’re very proud to present two outstanding comedians this June, both presenting their full-length, brand new Edinburgh Show. £6

Below The Line – Tuesday 12 June

Venue: Green Door Store

Below The Line is back with a summer showcase of new talent from the ever-expanding spectrum of UK Bass Music. This time we will be taking over to The Green Door Store, bringing down three fresh artists for their Brighton debut: My Nu Leng, Troy Gunner, Majora. Free Entry

Chess War – Wednesday 13 June

Venue: Cowley Club

The Cowley Club is a social centre on London Road in Brighton. It houses a cafe and bookshop during the day, a members bar during the evenings. It also has a library and is a base for a variety of other projects. Free

Water Babies Classes – Wednesday 13 June

Venue: Thistle Hotel

Babies as young as just a few days will now be able to take part in multi-award winning swimming classes designed to make the most of babies’ natural affinity with water. The programme teaches confidence and safety. £12-£15.50

BLIP – Thursday 14 June

Venue: Green Door Store

Awesome night of live electronics including Transformer & the highly tipped Ambasadeurs, plus one more & some top names DJs. Free

Evening Meal – Thursday 14 June

Venue: Cowley Club

The social club leases the cafe area in the evenings and events include: live music, open mike nights, films, talks, DJs, and the occasional table-football tournament. You should try their vegan dinner: so yummy. £3.50

Suzanne Vega – Thursday 14 June

Venue: Brighton Dome

Pioneering American singer/songwriter returns with her gentle, yet powerfully political acoustic pop including songs such as Marlene on the Wall, Luka and the hugely successful album Solitude Standing. £25/£27

Film screening The Artist – Thursday 14 June

Venue: Fabrica

A cosy evening showing of The Artist with cushions, wine, nibbles and cocao.  Jean Dujardin stars as George Valentin a world movie star, who’s life takes a dramatic turn with the onset of talking pictures. £1

NO OFFENCE – Friday 15 June

Venue: Ink Gallery

ink_d Gallery and Studio proudly present a show introducing Al Murphy. For the next few weeks, the gallery will be overtaken with his wonderful artwork. With original drawings, tasty tote bags, funky prints and daft stickers –there will be something for everyone in this show. Free

The Eco Technology Show – Fri 15 – Sat 16 June

Venue: Amex Stadium

The Eco Technology Show is a national showcase of the latest technologies which perform a crucial role in protecting the environment and making our daily business and home lives more efficient. The stadium will be split up in to 4 zones. £tbc

My Swish – Friday 15 June

Venue: Tempation Cafè

Friday 15th June sees the launch of Swish Nights, their innovative Pop-Up Swap Soiree that combines fashion, friends and fizz, to create a fabulous Friday night out. They’ve teamed up with award winning Temptation Café, who will be exclusively opening its doors to swishettes and serving up some exquisite summer delights. £13.50

Summer Fair 2012 – Saturday 16 June

Venue: St. Nicholas Church

Enjoy cream teas, cakes, “Sax on the Rocks”, books, crafts, toys, pocket money activities for children and much more in and around Brighton’s oldest Church.

Summer Fayre – Saturday 16 June

Venue: Fiveways Playcentre

We’ll have Bouncy Castle; BBQ; Licensed Bar; Raffle; Craft Activities; Homemade Cakes; Refreshments and lots more! Come and join us for family fun in a lovely setting. Adults 50p; kids entry FREE

Vintage Pop Up-Shop – Saturday 16 June

Venue: Super+Super HQ

Come along to our Vintage Pop Up Shop at Super+Super HQ on 7 Kings Road.
Expect a fabulous mix of men and womens vintage clothes and accessories from 80’s throwbacks to movie star’s cast offs! 11am til 4pm. Free

Brighton Record & Cd Fair – Sunday 17 June

Venue: Brighton Centre

Brighton Record and CD fair will be held at the Brighton Centre in the newly appointed Syndicate wing. Frequented by the frivolous thrifty and famous The Brighton Record and CD Fair offers the very best in new and vintage items on all formats.  Early Admission – £5

Time Travel Express – Sunday 17 June

Venue: Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Hop onto our Time Travel Express and wander through the 1900s to the 1950s. You will get to explore historic toy stories through storytelling, music, games, and hands-on activities. This is a one-time event that enables children to “travel back in time”. £12 Family Tickets

London to Brighton Bike Ride – Sunday 17 June

Venue: Madeira Drive

London to Brighton British Heart Foundation bike ride. Annual fundraising bike ride from Clapham Common down to Madeira Drive, Brighton. 27,000 cyclists travel the 56 miles for this good cause, culminating in a buzzing atmosphere on Brighton seafront. For information visit

Father’s Day – Sunday 17 June

Venue: Spring Barn Farm

Join them for Father’s day at Spring Barn Farm. They have a special menu in their restaurant. Dad comes into the farm park half price on Father’s day!

Check our article Enjoy a scrumptious Sunday Lunch on Father’s Day

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