Here are your top five things to do in Brighton this week….

1Quiz Night at The Lion and Lobster Brighton

the Lion and Lobster

Fancy yourself as a bit of a brainiac? Put your knowledge to the test at the Lion and Lobsters regular Monday night quiz. With a whole range of topics to answer, you will soon find out who the most knowledgeable one is of the group and who’s just attending for a nice drink in Brighton! This can be popular so make sure you book online or call up in advance.

When: Every Monday Night – 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Where: The Lion & Lobster, 24 Sillwood Street, Brighton, BN1 2PS
To book: Click here

2Titbits Catering// Vegan Supper Club// Pop-up #atTheSquare

Tibits vegan whats on brighton

Are you vegan and looking for somewhere to eat this week? Make sure you get yourself booked into Titbit pop-up #atThe Square. They will be hosting a delicious three course autumn inspired feast created by Titbit catering owner, Paula Young. Why not make your meal even more special and head over early and enjoy a drink before being seated, alternatively sit back, relax and enjoy a drink after your tasty three course vegan meal.

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When: Thursday 19th October
Cost: £29 Per Person
Where: The Square Brighton – 47-49 New England Street, BN1 4GQ
To book: Click here

3Mayors Stadium Tour (American Express) 

Albion stadium tour

It’s been an exciting time for Brighton fans this year, seeing them play in the Premier League for the first time in the club’s history. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in the teams dressing room or to see where the press conferences happen? On Friday 20th October join mayor of Brighton & Hove, Councillor Mo Marsh for a bus trip to the American Express Community Stadium, home of the Seagulls. And take a tour of the great Albion stadium, the AMEX.

All proceeds to the Mayor’s charities: RISE, Martlets, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, Albion in the Community and the Sussex Heart Charity.

When: Friday 20th October
Cost: £15 for adults and £10 for children (under 16) and family tickets are £45 (2 adults/2children)
Where: Brighton Palace Pier Bus Stop
To book: Email mayorsoffice@brighton-hove.gov.uk or call 01273 291225

4Brighton Antiques, Collectables and Vintage Fair

vintage Market brighton

Brighton Racecourse are once again hosting their Antiques, Collectables and Vintage Fair on Sunday the 22nd October, from 9:30am. Head down and explore over 175 indoor stalls which will be holding some fantastic antiques, vintage and collectable items. A great day out for the family you can enjoy a nice look around, grab a bite to eat and watch the fantastic swing singer, Steve Conway, performing throughout the day.

When: Sunday 22nd October  
Cost: Early bird entry: £4.00 (from 9:30am), Standard Entry: £2.50 (10:30am to 4pm)
Where: Brighton Racecourse, Freshfield Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 9XZ
To book: Click here

5Make and Create Hobby Fair

Make & create hobby fair

If you are into your arts and crafts, then the make and create hobby fair will be for you. Combining all your creative hobbies under one roof, you will have the opportunity to take part in free workshops designed both for beginners and experts as well as see live stage demonstrations. Over 40 exhibitors will be available to meet and show off their creative ranges, answer any questions you may have and help get you inspired. And if you are the 1st 100 visitors you will receive a free goodie bag, so make sure you turn up on the dot!

When: Sunday 22nd October 2017
Cost: £3 for advance ticket / £4 if purchased on the door (Kids go free and a FREE goodie bag to the 1st 100 visitors
Where: Holiday Inn Hotel, 137 Kings Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2DX
To book: Click here

Have you been to any of these things to do in Brighton? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below…

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