Christmas & New Year
Brighton & Hove is the ideal spot for a Winter Break, the compact city hosts lots of festive events to keep the whole family entertained as well as lots of shops and delicious places to eat out...
A vital part of a winter break in Brighton is the shopping! There are hundreds of shops within within easy walking distance. There are the best-loved brand names at Churchill Square Shopping Centre and hundreds of independent boutiques in areas across the city including The Lanes & North Laine; the seafront arches; Brighton Marina and the Open Market.
Forget the winter blues with a wide variety of fabulous events. The magical Royal Pavilion Ice Rink is back so get your skates on and take a twirl in front of the exotic palace.
Theatre Royal Brighton will be taking us on a journey back to the 1960s for the fantastic Kinks’ musical ‘Sunny Afternoon’. The smash-hit musical features all their iconic hits including All Day and All of the Night; Lola; Waterloo Sunset and You Really Got Me which are bound to have you dancing in the aisles!
The spectacular Holiday on Ice returns to the Brighton Centre in January with the new show BELIEVE. Directed and choreographed by Olympic and four-time world champion Christopher Dean, the show i a modern-day telling of Shakespeare's classic Romeo & Juliet.
We have put together a range of special festive offers including events, hotel breaks and eating out, to help you make the most of this magical time of year.
New Year’s Eve in Brighton
Brighton & Hove has always been known as the place for a celebration so naturally this is the place to be for the biggest party night of the year!
2016 has been an eventful year so if you feel in need of a laugh then book your tickets for the Krater Comedy Club New Year’s Eve Special or if you prefer to dance your way into 2017 then try Spellbound’s Alternative 80’s or White Mink’s Electro Swing New Year’s Eve Parties at Komedia and The Old Market respectively.
See our What’s On section for the full list of New Year’ Eve in Brighton events.
Book a Break
With so much to see and do over the festive period why not make the most of it and book a Winter in Brighton break? From large seafront hotels to independent boutiques and stylish self-catering to cosy pubs there are plenty of accommodation optiosn to suit all tastes and budgets.
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Patterns, the iconic cocktail bar, music and culture venue on Brighton’s seafront will be offering customers the chance to get lost in an enchanting snowy forest this Winter, without leaving the comfort and warmth of the cosy venue.