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Brighton Festival and Fireworks

Brighton Festival and Fireworks

WHAT: BRIGHTON FESTIVAL AND FIREWORKS
WHEN: 3RD – 25TH May 2014 (THE FIREWORKS ARE SCHEDULED TO BE FIRED ON SATURDAY 24TH MAY)
WHERE: BRIGHTON MARINA
BEST VIEWING POINT: ALONG THE COASTLINE

Brighton Festival – fun, frolics and of course FIREWORKS

For what is the 6th consecutive year, the town of Brighton in East Sussex plays host to one of the longest festivals in the UK calendar. This 21 day event starts on 3rd May and runs to 25th May 2014.

This beautiful little town offers a great entertainment spectacular with literally hundreds of events, workshops and attractions on offer. The three-week long festival is homage to everything British with music from the Beatles, the Brighton and Hove Brass Band and music for the fireworks will be from these and will include Queen and The Verve.

There will also be such old classics as Punch and Judy, two giant policemen (9 feet tall and 5 feet across), the Big Brits who represent cockney tourists abroad and of course Posh Toffs who represent the higher echelons of society (or at least they think they should) and give orders out to the infidels.

The finale fireworks are as mentioned choreographed to music from a variety of genre and will be a fast fired display showing some old favourite pyro pieces and one or two new effects.

A great event – if you are fortunate enough to visit, we would really love to see your pictures and video.

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