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Brighton Lights: What to do in the city – w/c 14th August 2018

- August 13, 2018

1 The longest continuous inflatable obstacle course in the world, The Labyrinth Challenge, is returning to Sussex and this year it’s even bigger. The new course is over 1,000ft long and includes more than 30 fun obstacles in five-themed zones.
Brighton Racecourse, Saturday 18 – Sunday 19 August, 11am–5pm, £20/15, SleepParalysis
2 Fun and LGBT-friendly laughs just off London Road are the thing you’re after to round off the weekend nicely. Join your host Fuchsia Von Steel and her guests for Sleep Paralysis as she takes you through a unique blend of glamour, grotesque and comedy in an unforgettable evening.
Caroline Of Brunswick, Sunday 19 August, 7pm, £6.50 TreasonShowAugW
3 The silly season is upon us – some might say; “as if we ever left it”. As Parliament takes its break The Treason Show takes its shots at the topical events of the day. The usual suspects of Trump, May and Johnson will be in the line of fire, as well as other prominent figures locally and internationally.
Ropetackle Centre, Friday 17 August, 8pm, £16 Brunswick-Fest-skavengers
4 In it’s 36th year, The Brunswick Festival celebrates community spirit in style with a gamut of live bands (including The SkaVengers, left), dance, circus skills, healing area, children’s activities and arts and crafts. Plus a busy market area of stalls, a world food area, and a beer tent. Hurrah!
Brunswick Square, Saturday 18 – Sunday 19 August, 12pm–8pm, free

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