4 October - 2 November 2014

a Photoworks production


How to get here

One of the most creative cities in Europe, Brighton combines the historic and traditional with a vibrant, cosmopolitan, contemporary scene. This juxtaposition of culture reflects the diversity for which Brighton is renowned and is often showcased best through its busy festival schedule – with cultural offerings to suit every visitor. Rail – Brighton, Lewes, Bexhill and Eastbourne all have excellent rail links from all over the UK. Fast trains from London take less than an hour. Plane – Gatwick Airport is 30 minutes away by train or car. Car – Brighton is 60 miles from London via the A23/M23 and is connected regionally by the A27 and A24. The most centrally located car park is Church Street. NCP car parks can be located here. Brighton Buses – offer fast and frequent travel around the City. A one-day ticket allowing unlimited travel throughout Brighton & Hove costs £4.70 if purchased on a bus – or less from newsagents or via the Brighton & Hove buses Mobile Ticket app For more information about visiting Brighton, please go to VisitBrighton.com. Don’t forget to make time to enjoy some Brighton Photo Fringe exhibitions and to try out some of the many cafes, bars, restaurants and shops that make Brighton & Hove everyone’s favourite city by the sea. All exhibitions are free. Please check venue opening hours before planning your visit

Group Visits

Brighton Photo Biennial is popular with group visits. All exhibitions are free, but if you are organising a group visit, we urge you to make use of the BPB14 online resources for teachers. Get in touch  We can help schedule your visit and may be able to send you advance brochures, or connect your visitors with the BPB team during their visit.


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