Brighton Festival 2015 kicks off with the Children’s Parade on the 2nd May and art and film, books and debate, circus acts, comedy, contemporary and classical music, dance, family friendly...
Brighton entertainment offers extensive entertainment with comedy, festivals, film, galleries, museums, theatres and night-life. This vastly cultural city in Europe oozes cultural kudos and creativity.
From its unique ‘villages’ to the beating heart of the cultural quarter Brighton arts and entertainment has a staggering array of dance, drama, literature, music, opera, street theatre and outdoor spectacles that light up Brighton and Hove.
From ballet, opera and world music at the Brighton Dome, the art exhibitions at Brighton’s museums and galleries, the top bands at the Brighton Centre and west end shows of the Theatre Royal entertainment in Brighton provides a vast choice of cultural goodies that you’ll find hard to beat.
To find out more about Brighton’s cultural arts and entertainment visit http://www.visitbrighton.com