FRIDAY 15/2

FARM SHOP

THE SUSSEX PEASANT OUTSIDE ST GEORGE’S CHURCH: 0900-1800

Want to buy fresh local produce? The Sussex Peasant is a great idea – a mobile farm shop, in an attractive wooden truck, will be parked outoutside St George’s church in Kemptown from 0900-1800. They stock seasonal Sussex produce including l, fruit and vegetables, home baked bread, cakes and pastries, cheese and dairy products, honey,beer, wine, and flowers. Today look out for the first crop of purple sprouting broccoli and some jellies to go with roasts, including a Sussex ale one. For more about the company, click here. St George’s church is at the corner of St George’s Rd and Abbey Rd, BN2 1DW.

ART/CREATIVE

ZINC PLATE LITHOGRAPHY AT BIP-ART (FOUR WEEK COURSE): 1400-1730 

This kind of lithography involves hand-drawing onto zinc plates to create limited edition prints. The small weekly class at Bip-Art’s charming mews studio and under the guidance of artist Hebe Vernon-Morris will experiment with grease-based drawing materials and use marks, washes, colour and line to create images. Necessary materials are included in the course fee, except paper, which is available to buy at the studio. For venue details, click here.

Course fee: £120 (for four weeks).

 

COMMUNITY / LANGUAGE LEARNING

KEMPTOWN TALKS AT ST MARY’S CHURCH: 1000-1200

Free, friendly drop-in classes for people who would like to improve their spoken English. The church is a lovely venue and they have experienced EFL teachers who run small, welcoming conversation groups to improve confidence. No need to book – just drop in. For venue details, click here.

COMEDY / OPEN MIC

SUPERHAPPYLAND COMEDY OPEN MIC AT JUNKYARD DOGS: 1900 – 2200

Time to hear some new material? Or tempted to step up to the mic yourself? The fun and friendly Junkyard Dogs is hosting another of its open mic nights. For venue details, click here.


 

SATURDAY 16/2

 

RUNNING / COMMUNITY 

PARK RUN AT EAST BRIGHTON PARK: 0900

A welcoming and very recently established Park Run for all ages and abilities — and on grass rather than hard surface — in East Brighton Park at the bottom of Wilson Avenue. You can walk, jog or run the 5km route around the park — and the organisers will time you so you can chart your future progress. To join in, log onto www.parkrun.org.uk and download a barcode (free) – which you bring along to the Parkrun. If you don’t fancy running, you can also volunteer to help out: email eastbrightonhelpers@parkrun.com

Entry: free

COMMUNITY / LANGUAGE LEARNING

KEMPTOWN TALKS AT ST MARY’S CHURCH: 1015-1215

Free, friendly drop-in classes for people who would like to improve their spoken English. The church is a lovely venue and they have experienced EFL teachers who run small, welcoming conversation groups to improve confidence. No need to book – just drop in. For venue details, click here.

SPORT

SATURDAY PING PONG : ALL COMERS, ALL AGES AT BRIGHTON TABLE TENNIS CLUB: 1400

Now 12 years old, BTTC has long been a remarkable phenomenon of which Brighton can be truly proud. Friendly, welcoming, inclusive and expert, it brings the fun of Table Tennis to people of all ages and abilities. This afternoon everyone is welcome at their freshly renovated premises in Kemptown to play. For venue details, click here.

Entry: £4


SUNDAY 17/2

SPORT

SATURDAY PING PONG : ALL COMERS, ALL AGES AT BRIGHTON TABLE TENNIS CLUB: 1700

Now 12 years old, BTTC has long been a remarkable phenomenon of which Brighton can be truly proud. Friendly, welcoming, inclusive and expert, it brings the fun of Table Tennis to people of all ages and abilities. At this late afternoon session everyone is welcome at their freshly renovated premises in Kemptown to play. For venue details, click here.

Entry: £4