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THE GREAT OUTDOORS This summer, Jubilee Square is transformed into a village green in the heart of Brighton

Summer Reading Challenge Launch With author and illustrator Guy Bass Saturday 13th July, 11am – 4pm This year’s Summer Reading Challenge theme is Creepy House! Kick off your Challenge with Guy Bass as he brings his scariest books alive and helps you create your very own Creepy House on Jubilee Square! Come along, get creative and find out about activities taking place throughout the summer. Aged 13-19? Work with Exploring Senses artists to make your creepiest ideas come to life in an afternoon of playful making and find out about the awesome volunteering opportunities libraries can offer you.

Ping! Launch Thursday 25th July, 4:30pm – 7pm Step up to the Table as Ping is here to stay! Pop-up ping pong returns to Brighton! Head down for the launch of Ping 2013, as local businesses battle to win the tournament using the tools of their trade – expect frying pans and books used as bats. Join us for a hilarious match! After the launch the tables will be free for all to use throughout the summer.

The Basement and Pink Fringe present

Pink Fringe Picnic Sunday 4th August, 1pm - 6pm Enjoy a performance picnic as the Brighton Pride weekend drifts into the sunset. Fill your picnic hamper with tasty treats and head down to Jubilee Square on Pride Sunday for a feast of deliciously different performances in three special micro-venues. The Dip Your Toe bathing machines were originally commissioned by The Nightingale, Brighton.

Oxford Playhouse and house present

The Pop-Up Tent Friday 9th August, 11am – 4pm The famous Pop-Up Tent is coming to Jubilee Square to present the truly tasty show Tea Time - a wonderful celebration of meal times in words, song, music and dance. Tea Time is a show for anyone who has ever made an island out of mash with a sea of gravy or pretended a spoon of yoghurt was a steam train. Suitable for ages 2-6.

Cinecity and The Basement present Matthew Andrews

Flicks and Kicks Saturday 10th August, 2pm – 5pm Whether you fancy putting on your dancing shoes or experiencing a moment of nostalgia at the flicks, head down to Jubilee Square for a taste of summer’s gone by. The Ragroof Tea Dance offers a great chance for everyone to kick up their heels to the finest 1920s to 1950s sounds. The one-of-a-kind Vintage Mobile Cinema, presents a programme of short films celebrating the good old British summertime selected by Cinecity and Screen Archive South East. Ragroof will lead a programme of workshops in the community leading up to the tea dance, for details and to get involved, email /

Throughout the Summer

Look out for amazing street performances taking place in Jubilee Square throughout the summer.

Jubilee Square, Jubilee Street, BN1 1GE

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The Great Outdoors  
The Great Outdoors