- Kat Hoare
- On September 12, 2019
This coming weekend with with Autumn setting in and the summer memories fading fast, you may want to take a last chance to immerse, indulge or escape in experiences that only Brighton can offer, before winter sets in.
It – Chapter Two @ Cineworld, Brighton Marina, Friday 13th – Sunday 15th
With a full moon colliding with Friday 13th this weekend, you may just want to indulge your weird and creepy side by catching the long awaited sequel to Stephen King’s It – Chapter 2 at Cineworld, Brighton Marina with showings at: 13.20, 17,00 and 20.40.
VRLAB @The Old Market, Friday 13th, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th
Or if you want to shut out the outside world and enjoy Brighton’ most innovative immersive virtual reality experience, you can catch the VRLAB club night event at The Old Market this weekend. By booking a session, you can experience three cutting edge Virtual reality experiences which includes trying the new Magic Leap headset and a coral reef world created by VR artist Thomas Buckle.
Phileas Fogg World of Adventures @ Sussex House, Crowhurst Road, Hollingbury Industrial Estate, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th
On Saturday, if you are looking for something completely new to enjoy with family or a even friends down for the weekend, why not pay a visit to the Phileas Fogg World of Adventures – the newly opened attraction based in Hollingbury where you can literally spend hours in the Victorian world of Phileas Fogg rushing through train carriages, stations and locations around the world. This experience is value for money at £29.50 per person as well as gaining some impressive 4.5 review scores on TripAdvisor.
Free Heritage Open Day @ Brighton Museum, Saturday 14th
For an alternative historical experience, Brighton Museum is opening its doors for a fascinating and free Heritage Open Day from 11am – 4pm. With curators on hand offering a chance to see archive films from the Duke of Yorks cinema and some newer exhibits, you can get chance to see the tiny world of the Scadbury Manor baby house – a seriously intricate dolls house for adults that was passed through seven generations of one family since 1730 with a Welsh “breadcar” suspended from the ceiling where you can store your cheese and bread mouse-free!
Dirty Dancing @ Saltdean Lido, Saturday 14th
On Saturday evening you can indulge yourself by sitting back in a Director’s chair, hiring an extra comfy pillow to take in a sunset screening of Dirty Dancing at the beautifully renovated 1930s splendour of Saltdean Lido. Having given bathers a summer of retro swimming, the Lido is now offering a last dip with Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey in the timeless classic before the winter sets in.
Brighton Triathlon @ Hove Lawns, Sunday 15th
To get energized and inspired on Sunday morning why not go to the Brighton Triathlon at Hove Lawns to cheer on the 1600 competitors who are swimming, running and cycling from 8am in the biggest closed road triathlon in the South East.
Professor Brian Cox @ Brighton Centre, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th
Later on Sunday evening, for an out of this world mindswerve, you can catch Professor Brian Cox at the Brighton Centre from 8pm. Best known for taking his audiences into new dimensions into the origins and evolution of the Solar System, the second half of the show is devoted to taking any question that the audience wishes to aim at him or beyond…..
Romesh Ranganathan – the Cynic’s Mixtape Tour @Brighton Dome, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th
If instead you’d prefer some cutting quips to round off the weekend, then Mock the Week comedian Romesh Ranganathan at the Brighton Dome may be the best tonic. Having emerged “straight outta Crawley” as best Newcomer at Edinburgh Festival in 2013, Ranganathan has now popped up everywhere this year from The Guardian to Radio 6 venting his unique take on everything from mum road rage to veganism. You ‘ll have to be quick to catch the Brighton dates of his sold out Tour.