Celebrating Winter Solstice in Brighton

Winter Solstice has been celebrated in cultures the world over for thousands of years.

The shortest day of 2018 falls on December 21, today.
It is known as the winter solstice, marking the day of the year with the fewest sunlight hours. The Winter Solstice is also known as Yule and is a joyful time of celebration filled P1100241with warmth, good tidings and cheerP1100245

While we prepare for the coming cold …


Snow Q  at The Regency Town House in Hove – for one night only. The  event started as  a journey along a bleak corridor leading to a series of innovative and often colourful art installations, one created by children. A dramatic snow mountain landscape with lighting effects complimenting the drama of  Maria Jastrzebska’s poetry and  a new musical piece performed on a viola.

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Tonight too it was The Burning of the Clocks an event unique to Brighton.

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Burning the Clocks from over ten years ago!

The following film of Burning the Clocks https://youtu.be/UTb7JoLlJRM   I love this film the event appeared to be a little more spontaneous than recently.

Winter solstice in our garden. 

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