Cheeky Guides
  • January31st

    We are pleased to report that a revised version of Cheeky Walks in Brighton & Sussex is now on sale everywhere, as of January 2016. This is essentially the same book that has been available for the last three years, so no new routes, but it has been revised to reflect changes in the existing routes so you won’t get lost because of a missing gate or sex toy emporium that we told you to turn right after. And some of the jokes are different. Funnier, some might say, as if that were even possible.

  • October22nd

    Blimey, they said it couldn’t be done, wouldn’t be done, definitely shouldn’t be done, but they’ve gone ahead regardless and The Cheeky Guide To Brighton surges into its sixteenth year and sixth edition without any regard for common sense. The writers can still just about get around town on their mobility scooters so with a little help from some fresh young blood, there’s full coverage of the essential entertainment venues, pubs, clubs and restaurants, and there’s new features from local luminaries, movers and shakers such as Anna Moulson and Doug Devaney. And there’s loads of new photos, reviews and other nonsense. This is the only independent guide book to the grand old city of Brighton & Hove – in bookshops on October 28th 2015. Buy one or we’ll tie ourselves to the top of the i360.