Enjoying a bag of fish and chips on the pier is a century old pleasure, but modern Brighton continues to add more and more strings to its bow, be they Bohemian boozers or spring Fringe festivals. Marc Elles is our guide on the south coast. Every city has its reputation. Long associated with pleasure seekers and smog escapers, your weekend break itinerary could be as dancefloor filled or beach walk chilled as you like. You can tour its interiors decked out with exquisite French, English and Chinese period furniture, whilst the exterior was designed to imitate the great Indian architecture of the time.
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Are you wanting a gay night out in Brighton? Then Sea Breeze guest house is for you. Iron and ironing boards are in are in the silver, gold and platinum rooms and the bronze rooms have access to them. All rooms have hairdryers. Our rooms are available on a room only basis to keep the prices down although we provide complimentary continental breakfast served each morning in the breakfast room. You can choose to add a full hot breakfast option if thats how you prefer to start your day.
British Bears, Beaches, and the UK’s Biggest Pride Make Brighton a Must on Your Gay Summer Agenda
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In today's G2, Alexis Petridis celebrates Brighton's flair for tolerance, via the unlikely figure of " The World's Least Convincing Transvestite " I'm pretty sure I saw this icon of non-conformity myself the other day, straddling a log in a pleated skirt, with fag in mouth and axe in hand. Meanwhile, the Brighton festival continues to develop the city's reputation as a cultural hotspot. The curious thing is how little these two entirely real identities have tallied up into anything like a palpable LGBT live arts scene. The "gay capital of Britain" we may be, but when it comes to theatre, you could be forgiven for thinking the whole panoply of LGBT experience begins and ends with Frank-N-Furter see the Theatre Royal's seemingly insatiable appetite for producing The Rocky Horror Show.