The Quarter Theatre History Tours

An inspired character led promenade performance. Engaging entertainment,thoughtful and informative. Perfect for families and those wishing to explorethe essence of our regency coastal history. The Brighton Fishing museum, 201 Kings Arches Brighton, BN1 1NB 3rd October 10.30 am and 12.30 pm £12.00 per adult £10.00 seniors (family tickets available) Please call Matthew on 07709039940 for […]


Pier to Pier Exhibition & Talk

Celebrating Brighton and Hove’s Architecture Come and see local artist Amalia Sanchez’s exquisite architectural prints of Brighton & Hove’s unique seaside buildings. Local historian, Jackie Marsh-Hobbs will talk about the stories behind the buildings at 2pm and 4pm each day. West Pier Trust Visitor Centre – Kings Rd, Brighton BN1 2FL Saturday 2nd October & […]


Walk, Talk & Music – Blue Carbon & the restoration of local kelp forests (#HelpOurKelp)

Marine ecosystems like seagrass meadows, salt marshes and mangroves absorb or ‘draw down’ carbon dioxide from the water and atmosphere. The storage of carbon in marine habitats is called blue carbon. The storage of blue carbon can be in the plants themselves, like seaweed and seagrass; in the seafloor sediment where plants are rooted; or […]


The Living Shoreline – Newhaven

In celebration of the Homeward Bound Festival come along for an illustrated walk & talk (laminated covid safe photo pack per person) with Nature Photographer Steve Homewood on the flora & fauna of the dynamic interface of land, sea and air where the South Downs meet the sea. Newhaven & Seaford Sailing Club, Marina Parade, […]