Christmas is a time to celebrate and be with your loved ones, so make sure you make it one to remember…

From a Christmas meal to a spot of shopping, Brighton is a festive wonderland full of great things to do. Make the lead up to Christmas that extra bit special this year with these five ways to celebrate Christmas in Brighton this year…

1A Delicious Festive Meal – The Copper Clam

Get yourself over to Copper clam and try out their newly launched Christmas packages – two delicious menu’s all including a glass of fizz on arrival with three courses. The Copper Clam is a restaurant that not only offers fabulous views over the seafront but all their courses are locally sourced with the freshest of ingredients. If you get a chance, make sure to try the pork tenderloin and the Oysters, and don’t miss out on a cocktail (or two)! Julien (the head bartender) has crafted a menu packed with a number of delicious tipples- ask for his speciality “The Lamborghini” (you can thank us later!)

Where: Kings Road Arches, 143-144, Brighton BN1 2LN
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2A romantic skate under the pavilion lights

Let’s face it, it’s not Christmas if you haven’t attempted to ice skate like Torvill and Dean (even if you end up looking like Bambi!) The Pavilion ice rink is back yet again for another year of festive skating and set up beneath such a historic and beautiful building what better place for a date night or an evening with friends? So get your skates on, have a laugh and get into the festive spirit. There’s also a bar and restaurant for a post-skate mulled wine.

Where: Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE
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3Enjoy some festive shopping at the Christmas Market

Returning to Jubilee square for the 8th year running the Christmas market is back and even better. This year 22 exciting stalls will be popping up with an array of interesting products to purchase and get you into the festive spirit! Be sure to take the kids to Santa’s Grotto where they can see the man himself, as well as post their letters in Santa’s post box and take photos on Santa’s Sleigh. Head on down for food, drink and day-long festivities- what better way to celebrate Christmas in Brighton!

Where: Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE
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4Be entertained at the Cinderella Pantomime

“Oh yes they are!” The family pantomime is coming back to Brighton for a real festive treat. It is written, directed and choreographed by an all-star West End creative team and boasts one of the biggest pantomime casts in the UK. The show will be taking place at the Hilton Brighton Metropole from the 22nd December to the 28th and is expected to sell out with additional days already been added. Plus, you will also get to enjoy free entry to Brighton’s Christmas fair before the show starts to get you in the panto spirit.

Where: Hilton Brighton Metropole, Kings Rd, Brighton, BN1 2FU
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5Enjoy some festive cocktails at Be At One 

Christmas is a time to be with your loved ones and what better way to spend the evening with them enjoying a few Festive Cocktails. Enjoy drinks such as the Spirit of Xmas Past (a blend of Monkey Shoulder whisky, cloudy apple juice, spiced syrup, lemon and soda) and Little Igloo (Rose Mumm Champagne, Absolut Vodka, Aperol, Blackcurrant liqueur and Lemon) as well as a number of other Christmas themed drinks. Christmas in Brighton has never tasted so good!

Where: 5 Castle Square, Brighton BN1 1EG
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What will you be doing for Christmas in Brighton this year? Let us know in the comment box below…

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Hi! My name is Mark Lee-Falcon and I am a partner and deputy editor for Seen in the City. Fitness is one of my main passions and I love discovering new workouts. I also love exploring the city and finding the coolest new places to eat and drink. You can contact me on: Mark@seeninthecity.co.uk

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