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Life in Brighton

Brighton is undoubtedly one of the best cities in England for students and creative professionals alike. It’s a city by the sea – and the WaterBear campus is situated at the very heart of it. Check out our recommendations for some top things to do in Brighton, below:


Brighton Beach
Brighton’s seafront is the perfect location to soak up the sun in the summer, walk along the prom or check out the amazing cafes and bars with a sea view. You’ll find nightclubs, stretches of pebble beach, water sports, the famous West Pier, Brighton Pier and The British Airways i360.


The North Laine
Brighton’s renowned North Laine area is right on WaterBear’s doorstep. Its small streets and alleyways are packed full of quirky boutiques, vintage shops, tempting cafes, bars and restaurants. North Laine has one of the largest selections of independent shops and is always bursting with activity. It’s also the perfect place to grab a great coffee and watch the world go by.


Brighton has vibrant nightlife culture, with a large number of clubs and music venues offering something for everyone. You’ll find an array of pubs, restaurants, independent cinemas and an exciting live music scene.


Music forms part of the essence of Brighton. You’ll always be able to find something to listen to or get involved with. The city is home to a diverse range of bands and artists, and you’ll find gigs on every night of the week with something to suit everyone’s taste. The city is also home to The Great Escape Festival, one of the largest festivals for new music in the world, where more than 450 new and emerging artists from all over the world are showcased each year. It is hosted in venues across the city.


Brighton hosts a large number of arts, music, culinary and cultural events and festivals each year. The Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe are two of the biggest events, featuring theatre, music, art and visual media. All year round there are theatre productions, art exhibitions, gigs and events at many of the venues, theatres, pubs, museums and galleries in the city. The UKs biggest LGBTQ+ event, Brighton Pride, is one of the city’s major showpiece events. Performing arts is also a big attraction within the city, with venues such as The Theatre Royal featuring West End productions throughout the year. The city is also host to many pubs housing small theatres within their premises.


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