The Kelvin

9 Madeira Place, Brighton, BN2 1TN, United Kingdom
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  • Solo72
  • Business71

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Clubs in Brighton for 16 y. olds!?

by malaika5

Hey !
I'm visiting Brighton for 2 weeks and I'd like to know if theres a club for teens at the age of 16 ??

hope to get some responds

Re: Clubs in Brighton for 16 y. olds!?

by kurokuma

On friday nights theres the club Event II on the seafront next the Odeon Cinema and the Brighton Centre on the corner of Kings Road and West Street. It isnt the best of clubs but one of the few for under-18's. Be prepared that the chicks do wear the smallest amount of clothing humanly possible...may give you an idea on what to wear on your night out. Have fun!

Re: Clubs in Brighton for 16 y. olds!?

by chrismj

Event II has under 18 night on Mondays and Wednesdays and I think irt's aimed especially at foreign students over to learn English.

There were some posters up about an under 18 R&B night but since it's been a while since I've been in that age group, I'm afraid I can't remember when or where it's on. Check listings guides like The Source.

Travel Tips for Brighton

Have a walk along the beach in...

by SamanthaKay

Have a walk along the beach in the summer. The pebbles took a little time to get used to but after living there for 2 years it really felt like home.

Great people, great pubs, great cosmpolitan atmosphere.. one
of England's finest Everyone is so friendly. Sitting in one of the beach front cafes on a fine summer afternoon, a Stella in hand, nothing beats it

The Level

by amapola66

The Level (apparently where Brighton band The Levellers got their name from) is a large green park in the center of Brighton.

With a playground and paddling pool for tiny tots , play area for older kids, a skater park, rose garden and a large green space for just hanging out, there is pretty much something for all ages there.

You can witness all manner of activities at the Level...People juggling with fire after dark, practising Thai Chi, cycling, skating, walking their dogs and the like. (I once saw someone who appared to be hugging a tree and seemingly unable to escape !) and people just hanging out with a book and a picnic on a sunny afternoon. It is very much a city park for the local population.

A small visiting fair comes a couple of times a year (pictured here Sept '07), it has some quality rides. You can park around the Level and it is close to the shops and the center of town. They always have a 'half price rides' day (usually Thursday night).

Just ask any local where the Level is, and they will point you in the right direction.

note : As with most park areas, if you have kids with you, it is great in the day, but can have the odd unsavoury character lurking at night.

Graffiti

by Mariajoy

When I can find out the name of the street where I saw this amazing graffiti I will let you know :)

Ok... found it... Kensington Street, North Laine. Discovered it whilst Christmas shopping in the Laines. Its from the "Graf Jam 2006".

'The Body Shop' fabric.
I went...

by monica78

'The Body Shop' fabric.
I went on a Body Shop Tour, a visit to the fabric where they make all the products of Body Shop.
It was a interesting tour, and I learnt a lot about The Body Shop.
This is a picture is of the shop they had right beside the fabric...

I Just Wanna Bang on the Drum all Day ...

by amapola66 about Adaptatrap Percussion

Ah, Love it - This shop has a wonderful collection of percussion instruments from around the world (my kind of heaven) - Including :

Djembes, bougarabou, congas, bongos, whistles, flutes, tablas, darbura, marimbas, koras, kalimba, didgeridoos, bowls, bells, shakers, samba.

They also do repairs, give advice, and do workshops, etc You can find both new and used instruments here - so don't be 'scared' to pop in ; )
(Although I often have to walk swiftly past, if I'm in a hurry, so I'm not tempted inside). £1.50 upwards.

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