‘Comedy Club 4 Kids’ will be at the Komedia on the 14th October at 2pm. Showing a variety of the best stand up and sketch acts from all over the world for an audience of children (made age appropriate!). Admission is £8.50 per ticket or £6.50 for concessions. Great for something to do on the first day of the half term.

The Bright10 is a 10 mile run across Brighton and Hove, that is back on Sunday the 15th October at 9am. It welcomes runners of all abilities to join in. So for something to do on a quite Sunday in October, go along and cheer on the runners.

Brighton Sea Life Centre is always a good bet with young children. Between the 14th and 29th of October, under 3’s go free, an individual ticket costs £19.50, but if there is more than 2 visitors, it is £16.50 per person. The Sea Life Centre also offers animal feeding experiences.
The British Airways i360 gives excellent views of Brighton, Hove and its surrounding areas. If you live in Brighton, then it is slightly cheaper, but if you are visiting than it is £16 for an adult, £8 for a child and under 3’s go free. These prices are slightly cheaper online. Once finished on there, there is always the Palace Pier that the children are bound to enjoy with arcade games and rides.

LaserZone is also just a short walk away from the i360 and Palace Pier. LaserZone is ideal for family fun. To play one game, the price is from £5.75 and the more games you play, the cheaper the next game is. This one is great for when the weather isn’t so good.

The Painting Pottery Café is also one to visit on a rainy day, there are hundreds of different pottery items that you can paint with items ranging from £10-£40, with most items being between £15-£20. There is also a studio fee of £5 per person. The Painting Pottery Café are doing a price especially for the October half term. You children will have a special Taster Throwing session for children 8+ years for just £20 per child. They will be taught how to make 2 pots each. Sessions start at 11am. Booking is advised as there is only 8 children per session.

Heading down to Brighton Marina is also a good choice for everyone during the half term. There is a Cineworld, so you can check out the latest film releases. There is also a Bowlplex with a huge games arcade and a glow in the dark mini-golf that is Jurassic themed. A large range of restaurants and cafes occupy lots of the Marina, so the children are sure to find something they like.

Extreme Ventures is one for those who like or would like to try rock climbing. For indoor rock climbing you can Turn Up and Climb from the 21st of October from just £5 a person for Bouldering and from £6.50 for roped climbing.

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