Brighton is home to some of England’s most loved beaches, most important architecture and most bohemian shopping. Thousands flock to the pier to enjoy the burning rays in summer and experience the eerie views in winter fog. In the city’s centre there’s a plethora of fine restaurants, landmark buildings and independent boutiques. Its renowned retail district, The Lanes, is a maze of alleyways where you’ll find second-hand bookstores, retro clothing shops and galleries. The Royal Pavilion makes for a more civilizing jaunt where you can take-in the unique mock-Mughal building and Regency garden.
Brighton is well-known for it’s buzzing cultural scene that’s happening all day every day, especially after dark when the city’s hotbed of theatres, bars and late-night venues open their doors. Creative individuals descend here year-round but the two most popular occasions for launching pop up shops are during The Fringe in May and Pride, which is usually celebrated at the start of August. Find a space to rent in Brighton below.View all Brighton spaces
This city has an eclectic charm – every street is different and I love the diversity of it all.
Dennis, Vintage Dealer
The food is amazing, and there are so many independent shops and boutiques.
Nicola, maths teacher
Hardly anyone is actually from here – people visit and wind up staying for good.
Justin, leather retailer