Christmas in Brighton 2017

Christmas in Brighton 2017

Christmas is fast approaching and many people travel to Brighton each year to enjoy some festive shopping, in our world famous shopping districts. But Brighton isn’t all unique vintage curiosities, fine jewellery, high fashion and hand crafted pieces. There is much more to Brighton at Christmas time than that. Some of our larger properties have been seasonally discounted so hurry and take a look now.

You will always get a better price booking our properties directly than through Airbnb who add their own fees.

Read on and find out what you can enjoy in Brighton for Christmas 2017.

Royal Pavilion Ice Rink

Nothing says Christmas like gliding gracefully across the ice outside the beautiful Brighton Pavilion, surrounded by Christmas lights. Or, sitting in the cosy restaurant watching those with less sense than you take part. The ice rink is open until 14th January and is well worth a visit to get you into the festive mood.  

Artists Open Houses

Throughout November and December artists across the city are opening their houses for people to come and browse their work and perhaps buy a thing or two. The event is free to attend and you get to see some of the amazing talent that resides in the city.

Burning the Clocks

This unique Brighton tradition happens on 21st December, the shortest day. The event has taken place since 1994. A family friendly torch lit parade marches through the city, with people bearing handmade lanterns. The procession culminates on the beach, where there is a bonfire and a spectacular firework display to mark the shortest day.

Hove Beach Hut Advent Calendar

Throughout advent, the seafront of Hove is transformed into a giant advent calendar. Each day the doors of a beach hut will be opened up and a Christmas scene revealed. Take a stroll down the front and take a look inside the iconic huts.

The Scummy Mummies Christmas Show

Leave the kids at home and head to Komedia and join the Scummy Mummies for their Christmas show. Based on the popular podcast, the scummy mummies provide welcome relief to anyone who may be a slightly less than perfect parent.

The Snow Queen

Head to the Brighton Dome and watch in wonder as Ballet Theatre UK perform The Snow Queen, the story that inspired the omnipresent Disney film Frozen. The performance is suitable for the whole family and is showing on 29th and 30th December.

 

Posted 15th Nov 2017

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