July 13-14, 2013, annual event at Stanmer Park near University of Sussex. World class flyers of all forms and shapes, from miniature single line kites through team displays. Food and drinks stalls on site. See website for more.
July 19 - August 4, 2013, annual celebrations. Pride Parade August 3rd, 11am from Madeira Drive, Preston Park events, entertainment, dance, cabaret, film, women's, youth & calabash tents, marketplace, food, fun fair, 3,000 capacity tent for pop lovers, special guests, Wild Fruit Big Top dance tent with top DJ talents.
July 19, 2013 - "I Am Divine / Female Trouble"; July 21 - "Bette Bourne: It Goes With The Shoes"; July 25 - "The Life and Times Of Harvey Milk"; July 26 - Trans Pride Cinema, Tomboy; August 1 -LGBT Short Film Compilation; August 2 -Big Screen - Priscilla Queen Of The Desert; August 4 -Judy Garland in "I Could Go On Singing."
August 2, 2013, 7:30pm at Studio Theatre, the Brighton Dome. A dalliance with darker sides of icons we revere, Monroe to Minaj. Our obsessed culture peels back layers, looks under covers and undresses our idols. Queer artists use mash-ups of theatre, cabaret and music to interrogate Celebrity; the altar at which we kneel, the fairground mirror revealing beauties and beasts within us all.
August 3, 2013, 9pm - extra late. Official Post Pride Party at Club Shooshh, on the beachfront - all-star London DJ line-up, 3-rooms, 4-bars at Brighton's new superclub. Also: AUG 4 - Sunday Sundae Reunion Pride Special at Audio terrace/ bar + Official Pride Closing Party, 10pm - late at Shooshh; AUG 5 -Rebel, the Finale Pride Blow Out, venue TBA.
September 5-15, 2013. Local producers, growers, restaurants, bars and food retailers showcase the fantastic food, drink and hospitality to be found in the city and surrounding Sussex -- 10 days every September and April. Venues include Dome Room, Hotel du Vin, Ship Street. Main event, with over 80 farmers, producers and restaurants, at New Road, Jubilee Street and Jubilee Square.
May, 2014, An annual celebration of music, theatre, dance, circus, art, film, literature, debate, outdoor and family events, in venues both familiar and unusual across Brighton & Hove for three weeks each May. Now in its 49th year, England's largest annual event of its kind attracts some of the best artists and companies, and most adventurous audiences, from the UK and the world.
June 27-29, 2014 (tentative). Food including breakfasts, free buffet, and a picnic; parties, nude beach folics, socials, Big Dave's Roast, and Bubble Bears to name a few of the likely attractions.