‘To the right, the charred ribcage of the barbecued West Pier; and straight ahead, the spindle of the British Airways i360 tower’

Events coinciding with home games in August
to 8 Sep Pirates & Mermaids
17 iDrop Experience
17 Open-Air Theatre: The Comedy of Errors
17 Sunset Party on the Pier
17/18 Magic of Thailand Festival
24/25 Mermaid Dives
14 Brighton & Hove Minis Scootathlon
23-26 Oska Bright Film Festival
25 (to 10 Nov) Early Music Festival
2 Royal Pavilion Basement & Tunnel Tour

Picasso pottery in the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

9-14 Visibility Arts Exhibition
to 3 Sep Patrick Burke Retrospective
to 4 Sep Amazing Animals: Children’s Trail
to 8 Sep Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition
to 8 Sep Refugee Radio: Castaway Heritage
to 9 Sep Sussex Wildlife Trust
to 17 Sep Friedrich Nagler: A Personal Mythology
to 29 Sep All the King’s Horses
to Oct The Museum of Transology
to Oct See Portraits, Be Portraits
5 Oct-3 Nov Univ of Brighton MA Craft & Textiles Show
to 1 Dec What’s in the Box
to Dec The Marvellous Mary Merrifield
to Dec Queer Looks
28 Nov (to Feb 2020) Remaking a Popular Pottery Tradition

What to see
You’ll find accounts of Brighton’s tourist attractions in Towns of Two Halves (and of 91 other places: order the book now for £8 from For additional information plus shopping, eating out etc there’s Visit Brighton or Time Out Brighton.
Links to specific Brighton attractions include:
Booth Museum
Brighton Fishing Museum
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery
Brighton Palace Pier
Brighton Toy & Model Museum
British Airways i360
Hove Museum
Old Police Cells Museum
Royal Pavilion
Sea Life Brighton