Cheeky Guide to Brighton
Sixteen glorious years, 60,000 sales and still no lawsuits.
The UK’s most outrageous guidebook returns in its sixth incarnation, boasting hundreds of photos, illustrations by local artists and a build-it-yourself cardboard model of the i360 observation tower. As always pubs, clubs, hotels and tourist attractions are amply covered, but with Cheeky Guides being as much about people as places, in this edition you’ll find features on local eccentrics, grumpy shopkeepers, moustachioed cads and artists, as well as information on how to spot local celebrities, complete with a point-scoring system that ranges from 9 (Zoella) to 37 (Nick Cave).
A frank look at both the joys and disappointments of the town, The Cheeky Guide says what it sees; from the horrors of Brighton’s concrete monstrosity the Marina to the glories of North Laine’s wealth of independent boutiques and the town’s flamboyant entertainment scene.
“Captures the spirit of Brighton perfectly” – Skint Records