THE city-by-the-sea is set to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee.
From patriotic fashion to home grown DJs, Brighton is pulling out all the stops to ensure the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee is celebrated in style!
Visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds discovering Brighton’s famous beachside, bohemian boutiques and historic architecture while also enjoying plenty of Jubilee themed activities.
Discover Brighton’s royal connections with a Diamond Jubilee Walk, showcasing the Royal Pavilion, the Theatre Royal and Charles II’s escape to France.
For keen historians or sailors wanting to know more, the Royal Escape Race (June 1) offers a chance to experience Charles’s escape from Brighton Pier to Normandy.
The Brighton Museum celebrates the Jubilee with a Brighton in Coronation Year collection which looks at how locals celebrated the start of the new Elizabethan age and Andrew Marr hosts an evening of discussions at Charleston House on the modern monarchy.
Relive the Fifties, when the Queen first came to the throne, with free retro makeovers, memorabilia workshops and jive lessons.
Or dance the night away with DJ royalty FatBoy Slim when he takes over his home town for a two night festival at the Amex Stadium (June 1 – 2) with special guests Carl Cox and Nero.
Visit the free Fashion and the Flag exhibit to see work by designers, including Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood, who have been inspired by the Union Jack.
With lively bars, a beautiful coastline, historic buildings and bohemian cafés Brighton is the perfect place to wave your flag over the Jubilee weekend.
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