Only in Brighton...
a tour of all that's peculiar to Brighton
What connects Abba and the Portuguese Revolution? Mount Everest and a supermarket in Hove? A stained wall and the genesis of a worldwide retail brand? What's the story behind a same-sex wedding in 1923...Britain's 'most useless' monarch...a certain Parisian radio station? And why is my charming Regency property damp and crumbling? Only in Brighton...
Only in Brighton is a vivid 80-minute guided walk. It is a curiously fact-filled and tongue-in-cheek look at the landmarks, past and present, that make Brighton a city like no other. For the visitor, it is an insider's introduction; for the hardened Brightonian, a revelation and celebration. This personal tribute cuts to the heart of a unique city in all its glory, shame and muesli.
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|TOUR DATES |
|FRIDAY 7pm||SATURDAY 7pm|
Tours end for the winter after 22nd November. The first tour of 2015 is Good Friday 3rd April.
Private tours are available at any time email
Meet: outside Royal Pavilion shop, Pavilion Buildings, BN1 1EE map
Time: 7pm (meet the guide from 6.50pm for a prompt start) Finish: 8.25pm on the beach near East St
Price: £8 Retired/Student: £6 Under 14s: FREE
Tickets: pay the guide on the night, or email to book
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