Your Personal Stag Do Expert
Organising a stag do can be a very stressful business, and if you get it wrong you're going to look like a right chump. All our customers get their own personal stag do manager, who will be able to give you advice on what will work best for your group, is on hand to answer any questions you may have, and make sure the stag do is a complete success.
Manage Everything On Your Phone
When you submit an enquiry, we create your own personal stag do area. You can view and edit your event, invite guests, see who paid what and when, get maps, directions and a whole host of other things to make your life simple!
Brighton in Brief
Brighton is where the UK’s free spirits come to play by the sea, living in a colourful world of their own.
Brighton & Hove In a Nutshell
- Seaside shenanigans at Brighton Palace Pier, and miles of beautiful beach.
- Colourful lanes, campy architecture and a free-wheeling nudist beach.
- Outrageous nightlife brimming with positive energy.
Worshippers of fun and sun flock to Brighton from the cold reaches of Britain’s cities, casting off their suits and ties to embrace the bohemian atmosphere. The party vibe makes it a stag do favourite, from the fairy-lit beer gardens lighting the path down The Lanes, to the heaving basement ballrooms of Kemptown. Being so compact, nights in Brighton are not unlike village faites: with neighbours, friends and grooms-to-be clinking glasses and dancing in the moonlight.
Despite its size, this seaside city packs in plenty to do. A stroll straight down from the rail station will bring you to the shores of Brighton Beach, fringed by bars and people topping their tans. Treat yourself to some chips in newspaper wrapping and make your way to the Royal Pavilion: a gorgeous palace with Indian and Chinese design elements, built for King George IV to support his playboy lifestyle. Soak up the sea air along Brighton Pier and the Marina before winding back down North Laine and getting a round in.
Do as the locals do and let your hair down: the party never stops here.
Brighton & Hove Neighbourhood Guide
More than just a seaside escape for tired Londoners, Brighton has a proud population, embracing their neighbourhoods with a free-wheeling beach vibe.
The Lanes and North Laine
Brighton’s main thoroughfare welcomes you with colourful Georgian shopfronts and a maze of winding alleyways. Turn one corner ofThe Lanesand you’ll find the Black Lion’s buzzing beer garden, boutiques and dusty antique shops, making it a wonderful place to get lost. Locals prefer the trendier atmosphere of the North Laine a little further up, known forbrunch cafesand striking street art, including a replica of Banksy’s ‘Kissing Coppers’ at the Prince Albert Pub.
Kemptown’s wonderfully gaudy Royal Pavilion, a former ‘pleasure palace’ for King George IV, sets the tone for this lively part of town. Summertime thrillseekers head for the rides atBrighton Pier, while the Komedia theatre stands out for its giant, stocking-clad pair of legs dangling from the roof. Head here for some ofBrighton’s best pubs and nightlife, including The Black Dove for its hefty ‘cocktail bible’ and funky Brighton Rocks.
Brighton isn’t all about the beach. You’ll get calves of steel climbing Hanover’s steep hill, surrounded by tightly-packed cottages. It’s home to hundreds of pubs, while an annual beer festival in September sees lively locals gather to share in merriment and neighbourly spirit.
Brighton’s coastlineis its most obvious draw, stretching almost nine kilometers from Hove to Saltdean. Most sun-seekers make a beeline for Kings Road, brimming with pubs, restaurants and seaside shacks selling 99 flakes.