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There’s more to Brighton than the beach!
This famous seaside resort is full of quirky places that are a worth a visit.
Spend a day in Brighton indulging in all art-forms, snoop around for vintage pieces at Snoopers Paradise, see an art exhibition at Fabrica or make your own art at the Painting Pottery Cafe, the possibilities are endless!
This vintage paradise is the meeting point for designers,makers and hoarders!
Snoopers Paradise has everything from clothing bargains to more exquisite antique items.
Upstairs you’ll find the Attic that includes a market and a workspace area for artists.
After wandering around this warehouse it will be hard to leave empty-handed!
Before you go in this contemporary art gallery, take some time to admire the building outside!
A former Regency church, Fabrica opened in 1996 with a group of artists from the Red Herring Studios that were looking for a place to display their makings.
Besides the exhibitions, the gallery organizes events all-year-round and is always looking for new artists to showcase!
Painting Pottery Café
Why buy pottery at a souvenir shop when you can make your own?
Children and adults are all welcome to come and make these one-of-a-kind items.
The store has at least three areas where you can use your creativity but to go during the weekends it’s best to book in advance!
North Laine is where you’ll find most of Brighton’s street art!
A reproduction of the Kissing Coppers by Bansky, a Run DMC mural and many more can be spotted at this creative area.
North Laine is also home to colorful boutique shops and it has one of the best places to eat Dim Sum in Brighton, which is Pompoko.
All arts gather at Komedia!
The famous comedy venue has hosted both locals and stars working in the area but its programme also includes other performances like cabaret shows and live music.
Since 1994 Komedia has focus on bringing the best of independent live entertainment to the south of England!
Duke of York Picture House
Claiming to be one of the oldest cinemas in the UK, the Duke of York is established inside an art house in Preston Road.
The British actress Violet Melnotte was responsible for building the cinema way back in 1910!
Today Duke’s screens films and regularly hosts events like the Brighton Film Festival that gathers famous Brighton locals like Nick Cave and the film director John Hillcoat.