Hove Museum & Art Gallery has a treasure trove of exhibits with collections of local history, craft, fine art and the Hove Film Pioneers amidst a tranquil garden very close...
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 and outdoor events will fill the festival calendar month.
There are numerous festival venues including Brighton Dome Concert Hall, Black Rock, Duke of Yorks Picture house, The Old Market, Glyndebourne, Royal Pavilion Music Room and Sallis Benney Theatre.
Visual art events include Brighton Festival street art by Brighton based artist and illustrator Sinna One and Marcus Coates using unique digital methods whilst talking about birds and their similarities with humans.
On Sunday 24th May Brighton Festival’s finale event will take place on the beachfront when people will share their West Pier memories through Fleeting, a large scale punctuated installation performance with sound scape that will act as a tribute to the West Pier.
For those of you with literary interests, there will be the internationally acclaimed spoken word artist and poet Hollie McNish joining special guest Kate Tempest along with award winning Emily Gravett.
You can book tickets in person at Brighton festival ticket office, online 24hrs a day or by phone 01273 709709.