Worthing Behaving Badly Walking Tour

Worthing Pier
Event Start Date:
4th May 2019
Event End Date:
4th May 2019
Event Venue:
Worthing Pier

‘Worthing Behaving Badly’ walking tour celebrating the filming of ‘Men Behaving Badly’ episode ‘Gary in Love’, which was filmed in Worthing in 1998. The tour will commence at 8pm at the entrance to Worthing Pier.

The tour will involve a walk on Worthing’s award-winning pier as the sun sets and will end by 9.30pm at a surprise venue which is linked to the show being filmed in Worthing back in 1998!

Tickets are £7.50, available on the night with a discount of £2.50 for those who attended Badlyfest. Those attending will visit the sites (including Worthing Pier) where the show filmed at when the Worthing episode, ‘Gary In Love’ was shot here, recreate scenes from the show and find out more about Badlyfest 2020. Those interested in attending the tour can reserve a place by calling 07504 863867 or emailing info@allinclusivehistory.org

 

Bangor Garth Pier Movable Feast Food Festival

Bangor Pier Gallery picture 4
Event Start Date:
10th May 2019
Event End Date:
10th May 2019
Event Venue:
Bangor Garth Pier

The Movable Feast North Wales – Food Slam, Live Music, the best way to spend Friday night is with a ‘Beer on the Pier’! Stalls, some great new veggie and vegan options, local produce, local breweries, local distilleries and great local live music. This is an event for all the family, including your 4 legged friends who are very welcome as long as they are kept on a lead.

Tickets are only £3 per adult and children under 12 are free. For more information and to buy tickets please click here.

Walking tours of Brighton Palace Pier

Event Start Date:
14th April 2019
Event End Date:
28th April 2019
Event Venue:
Brighton Palace Pier

Pier historian Jackie Marsh-Hobbs will be leading these informative tours of Brighton Palace Pier. Jackie says ” In May the Palace Pier will be 120 years old, this is a great opportunity for local people and tourists to learn more about the heritage of our pier”.

Follow in the footsteps of the Victorians in a stroll along the pier, a pleasure that has been enjoyed by generations. Experience a breath of fresh air and great views while the intriguing history of the pier is revealed, from a place to promenade into a palace of entertainment. The tour starts at the entrance of the pier, it takes one hour fifteen minutes ending at the pier head.

Tours are scheduled for 11am on Sunday 14th and Sunday 28th April. The current dates and times are on the Brighton Palace Pier website www.brightonpier.co.uk click on ‘Buy Now’ scroll downed click on ‘Walking Tour’

 

Seaside: Photographed

Event Start Date:
25th May 2019
Event End Date:
8th September 2019
Event Venue:
Turner Contemporary, Margate

This major exhibition will examine the relationship between photographers, photography and the British seaside from the 1850s to the present. It is Turner Contemporary’s first ever photography exhibition. Images of hotel life, the beach, the holiday camp, dressing up and dressing down, wild waves and coastlines all combine to create a rich picture of the British seaside. Further information about the exhibition can be found here.

Arcade Tales photography exhibition

Event Start Date:
15th March 2019
Event End Date:
3rd May 2019
Event Venue:
Daphne Oram, CCCU Canterbury Campus

ARCADE TALES: The George Wilson Collection. This exhibition of George Wilson’s seaside arcade photographs provides an important insight into the communities that formed in these liminal coastal spaces. Wilson’s ‘insider’ photography vitally brings to life a community that have until now, remained often invisible. These evocative arcade photographs, held since 2017 at CCCU’s South East Archive of Seaside (SEAS) Photography, remain one of the few documentary series of British amusement arcades. Further information on this event can be found here.