Brighton Mini Maker Faire 2013
Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM (BST)
Brighton, United Kingdom
Advance ticket sales are now closed. But cash tickets are still available on the door:
- Adults £5
- Children under 16: Free
- All children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult
Brighton Mini Maker Faire is back for a third year, and we’re bigger and better than ever.
The biggest Maker Faire in the South of England, we’re bringing together makers from all over the country to show their projects, share their passion for making, and inspire visitors to have a go at making things themselves.
This year, we’ll be packing out the Corn Exchange and Dome Foyer Bar on Saturday 7th September with robots, crafters, science, coding, games and toys, metal and woodworking, model-making, costumes, and homebrew electronics.
We'll also be running our inspiring sessions of talks and debates again.
And on Sunday 8th, we’ll be in and around the Foyer Bar running in-depth workshops for anyone who wants to learn more.
To help us make the event sustainable, this year it will be ticketed. We're keeping it free for kids, and £5 for adults. We have a limited number of early-bird adult tickets at £3. All visitors, including kids, need a ticket to get in.
Sunday workshop tickets
This ticket gives you admission to the whole event on Saturday. On Sunday, we will be running in-depth workshops only. Tickets will be available for these on Eventbrite when we have the programme confirmed.
Help support Brighton Mini Maker Faire!
We are supported in part by funding from the Arts Council and private sponsorship, but ultimately, it will be the people who enjoy Brighton Mini Maker Faire who keep it running. So this year we are also introducing a special Robot Seagull ticket. This is a way for you to help support us financially.
We will also reward you with a special Robot Seagull badge on the day, which is guaranteed to protect you from any giant rampaging robots that may choose to attack Brighton. Some people call this crowd-funding; we call it common sense.