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Good Friday marks the start of the Easter weekend so why not enjoy the spring-time sun with a trip to the seaside? Here in Brighton, you can fill yourself up with family fun or find an exciting way to start your four days of revelry.
Brighton’s LGBT-friendly nightlife is renowned across the UK, making it the perfect place to see in the spring with club nights at venues such as PRYZM, Club Revenge and Coalition. London-by-the-sea’s indie scene promises plenty this Good Friday too as venues like the Hope and Ruin, Green Door Store and Concorde 2 welcome up-and-coming acts and established bands alike.
Brighton lends itself extremely well to glamour so if a sticky night out isn’t your scene, maybe a classy night out at the theatre will be to your taste. The exquisite Theatre Royal Brighton, Brighton Centre and the historic Brighton Dome all have entertainment to offer, from hard-hitting plays to touring comedians and West End musicals.
Brighton’s reputation for art and innovation also lends the city well to creative pursuits. Many of Brighton’s bohemian galleries and art spaces will be open to explore this Good Friday, or you could head down to Brighton Pier for live entertainment and games. Brighton is the place to be this Easter for a short break so why not head down this Good Friday to get your weekend started? Take a look at the events heading to Brighton this Good Friday.