Free and Cheap Things to do Brighton February 2016

Free and Cheap Things to do Brighton February 2016

Published On January 29, 2016 | By We Love Brighton | Free & Cheap, Homepage, Things to do features

The wallet may still be recovering from its Christmas battering but never fear – we’ve got a round up of some free and cheap things to do in Brighton February 2016. Brighton Science Festival is back and bigger than ever along with Chinese New Year, artwork from the creator of Gorillaz, symphony orchestras, vintage, music, and more!

Free and Cheap Things to do Brighton February 2016‘The Suggestionists’ by Jamie Hewlett – Ink_d Gallery

The Suggestionists was first shown at the Saatchi Gallery and Jamie (creator of Tank Girl and Gorillaz) has now brought his work to Brighton.
Produced over a period of five years, three new bodies of work focus on universal themes of providence, sex and nature.The body of work on show in the gallery has been carefully chosen for the space.
When: 13th Feb – 13th March
Price: Free

Chinese New Year Celebration – Clarendon Centre

Chinese festival food stalls, lion dance, singing, traditional instruments and dance to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Brighton and Hove 2016, the year of the Monkey! This year is themed around “Happier and Healthier— A Better Future for All”
When: Sat 6th Feb
Price: £3 (contribution), kids free

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra: Heroes and Aliens – The Dome

Boldly goes where no orchestra has gone before in a fantastic blockbuster concert featuring music from some of the most iconic and successful space movies of all time. A great chance to catch some wondrous, professional classical music at low prices.

When: Sat, 6 February, 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Price: From £10

Seedy Sunday – Corn Exchange

The UK’s longest-running community seed swap event is back with a host of talks and stalls on all things gardening, growing, ecology and sustainability.

When: Sun, 7 February, 10:30am – 4:30pm
Price: £3, under 16s

Free and Cheap Things to do Brighton February 2016Splitting the Atom – Green Door Store

Eight hours of free mental noise/avant/jazz/minimal/whatever. One of the great things about StA is that at least a third of the bands have formed for the event so you know it’s new and exciting. A cursory look reveals Occult Hand are playing. A band even more frightening than their name suggests. As are Thee Bald Knobbers. A band so anonymous they get strangers on stage to fill the numbers.
When: 7th Feb 3:00pm  till late
Price: Free

Club Africa – Komedia

Three of Brighton’s finest selectors of African music join forces for a new bi-monthly party at Komedia. DJs from African Night Fever, AfroBase, and YeYe Fever will dig deep playing an exciting dance-floor friendly mix of the best afro-tropical music from the vintage era to the modern day

When: Sat 13 Feb 11pm
Price: £5

Bad book Project – Marwood Studios

The Bad Book Project is a free monthly night that involves guests reading from very bad books. Each month they have new readers and a competition for the best bad book voted by the audience. The readers are comedians, writers, DJs, musicians, actors and generally funny people. Highlights at Brighton’s Bad Book Project so far have been the Peter Andre autobiography, Beryl Reid cat book and the alternative version of ‘The Snowman’.
When: Friday 12th Feb
Price: Free

Free and Cheap Things to do Brighton February 2016Brighton Science Festival – Various Venues

One of the biggest in the country and the only one in the South-East. The Festival returns for one month of interactive workshops, events and talks, taking place in venues across the city.
Come up to town, programme robots, blow square bubbles, decide your own personal evolution plan with Robin Ince, cycle across the solar system, visit Pluto and witness the battle of the cephalopods.
Highlights include the Big Science Weekend (27 – 28 Feb) for adults, Bright Sparks (13 – 14 Feb) for kids and Hands-On Half-term (15 – 21 Feb) for young adults.
When: 2nd – 28th
Price: Tickets start at £2
See website for more details and programme.

Vintage Fair – Dome Corn Exchange

Winner of the UK’s best vintage fair 2013 – 15, delve into a treasure trove of fashion and homeware. Plus sweet treats in the tea room and pampering in the vintage beauty salon.
When:Sun 14 February, 10am – 4pm
Price: £2, under 12s free

Smokestack – The Round Georges

When: Sat 20th Feb
Price: Free

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