What’s on in Brighton? The Best of 22nd-24th June

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Another sunny weekend is on it’s way, so as usual, we’ve done the hard work for you and compiled the best of what Brighton’s got to offer!

Image via the Gladstone Facebook

Gladstonebury Festival – Friday 22nd June

Glastonbury may not be on this year but fear not: The Gladstone Pub bring you Gladstonebury! Head down for three days of live music, food and entertainment.

Gladstone Pub, 8pm, FREE, see Facebook event for more info, Lewes Road, BN2 3QB.

Image by Simon Carey.

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Friday 22nd June

Enjoy a fast paced romp through all 37 of Shakespeare’s comedies, tragedies and histories in one condensed play, at the Brighton Open Air Theatre,

Open Air Theatre, 7.30pm, £15, tickets, Dyke Road, BN3 6EH.

Outdoor Beach Screening – Saturday 23rd June

Brighton Film Club has compiled a selection of the best short films by local filmmakers, and will be screening them under the stars!

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Brighton beach, next to the i360, 8pm, £7, tickets, Kings Road Arches, BN1 2FN


Vegan Cookery Classes – Saturday 23rd-24th June

Whether you’re vegan or just looking to broaden your cooking ability, Cowley Club have you covered. Oh, and you get to eat some lovely food at the end of the session!

Cowley Club, 12:00-17:00pm, enquiries via email: vegancookeryclass@gmail.com, 12 London Road, BN1 4JA


Refugees Welcome Parade – Sunday June 24th

Sunday sees Brighton come together in support, and celebration, of refugees. Show solidarity and revel in Brighton’s rich inclusiveness!

Start at Jubilee Square, 09:15, free

Together – Sunday June 24th

Brighton Dome will host a brilliant Refugee Week event. A free selection of music, art, theatre and dance will be on show!

Dome, 11:00-16:00, free, Church Street, BN1 1UD

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