From 27th July to 12th August 2012 Murray Media and Boho Green are bringing FREE beach cinema to Brighton seafront by the West Pier.
Beach cinema will be bringing a huge free open air cinema broadcast coverage of Olympic Games London 2012 and as well selection of blockbuster movies. On one site you can find not only great cinema but as well all licensed bar, sheltered seating, picnic tables and chairs.
Free beach cinema will be open to public on 27th July with official launch party from 19:30 and Olympic Games opening ceremony at 21:30. So come along and celebrate this year’s Olympic Games.
The ‘Wheel of Excellence‘
The newest attraction in Brighton – Brighton Wheel, going 50 metres in height above sea level is already open. Outstanding views over the city from 36 enclosed glass gondolas with air condition including one VIP gondola. Gondola can hold up to 6 adults and 2 children. The wheel is located right on the seafront next to the legendary Brighton Pier.
The ‘Wheel of Excellence‘ will offer breath-taking panoramic views of the sea, surrounding architecture and landmarks. Providing an optional commentary guided tour of the heritage of Brighton & Hove. Attraction is open from 10:00 in the morning seven days a week. Tickets are available in wheel ticket office and they will be available on-line very soon.
Child 4-16 years £6.50
Child 1-3 years £2.00
Infants under 1 year FREE
Family Ticket 2 Adults – 2 Children £25.00
Private Hire Max 6 Adults – 2 Children £45.00
VIP Max 4 Adults £55.00
VIP + Champagne 1/2 bottle £75.00
- The developer of the Brighton Wheel is Paramount Attractions.
- The cost – £6 million.
- It can carry up to 200 visitors.
- There was about 30 part-time and full-time jobs crated.
Truly fantastic experience with excellent views over the city of Brighton. This really is a “must do” on your visit.
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Beach Of The Dead
On Saturday the 22nd of October Brighton will be covered in blood and walking zombies. A Zombie Walk procession starts at 15:00 on Victoria Gradens – next to Royal Pavilion, Grand Parade and finishes with after party in Concorde 2 on Madeira Drive. Approximately walk time is 2 hours.
Parade is also called Beach Of The Dead. This parade is free, but after party in Concorde 2 is ticketed and restricted to 14+. Tickets will cost around £3/£4. This zombie walk is funded and organized by Katie Amer. It was unleashed in 2007 with more and more zombies coming every year. It is funny but really scary as zombies look really realistically. As they are going through the city they are scaring people to death.
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