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What to do this November in Brighton

With Brighton being a famous seaside town, you may be forgiven for believing that the summer is the only time that there is anything worth doing in Brighton. However despite the weather not being as enjoyable in the winter as it is in the summer, there is still a plethora of events to excite all. So do not despair about the cold temperatures, for Brighton still offers something for everyone throughout the winter, below is just a small list of things that can keep you entertained throughout November!


The 11th edition of Cinecity opens on the 14th November, kicking off with Alexander Payne’s award winning – Nebraska. The principal venue for the festival which show cases the very best in international cinema with a global mix of premieres and previews will be the Duke of York’s Picture house. Celebrating the work of Jan Švankmajer will be one of the main themes of this year’s exhibition with much of his work being featured including sets from his acclaimed films.

Brighton Lions fireworks night

The county cricket ground in Hove will host the yearly Brighton Lions firework night on November 5th. The display has previously been recognised as one of the top ten in the UK and is the biggest in Sussex. If fireworks are your thing, this cannot be missed!

RAC Veteran Car Run

The Veteran Car run attracts entrants from all over the globe; an incredible 500 pre-1905 cars are expected to take part. Enthusiasts have the chance to take their vehicles on a 60 mile journey from Hyde Park in London to Brighton Seafront. Great news for anyone hoping to see these wonderful vehicles in action: it is completely free to spectate!

Wherever your interests lie, Brighton is sure to have something for you this November!!

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