The much-loved Children’s Parade, with thousands of students from local community groups and schools taking part with handmade costumes, marks the beginning of the 50th year of the Brighton Festival...
The Brighton Science Festival 2015 is for all ages and started on the 5th February and the numerous science related events including the Big Science and Brighton Sparks weekend will run until the 1st March 2015. This is the tenth year that this irresistible feast of science has taken place in the City and it will not fail to inspire your enthusiasm for science.
There is a contemporary arts exhibition called Correspondence which has started to take place today at Prestammex House on Preston Road and the artists are presenting their work through real and virtual platforms until 6pm this evening. This exhibition event is free to view for visitors and runs until the 9th February.
This festival includes various workshops, talks and exhibitions such as ‘ A History of Rocketry’ in a fully licensed bar and Oliver Meech’s sell-out science magician show.
To find out more visit www.brightonscience.com