Beach of the dead Brightons famous zombie walk Saturday 20th October!

When there is no more room in Hell, the dead shall walk Brighton…

Brighton Town is famous for it’s stunning heritage, from the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the traditional seaside fun of Brighton Pier and pebble beach…
This is no more. The Brighton you once knew no longer exists. The undead count is up, fashion is no longer hip, and universities are empty. Each year proves even bloodier than last and fears are rife that this could lead to the largest zombie outbreak in recorded history, the potential ramifications of which extend as far as the end of civilization as we know it!

What is Beach of the Dead?
Beach of the Dead is Brighton’s world-renowned annual Zombie Walk. 

Now staggering towards it’s 6th year, it attracts 1000′s of lost souls who embrace the macabre spirit and wear some incredibly creative costumes, all in the name of Halloween. 

Attendees of all ages are welcome but please bear in mind that some costumes may frighten younger children.

The event is arranged with the full permission of Brighton & Hove Council and Sussex Police, and is professionally stewarded for the safety of both participants and spectators.

Sea Spray loves this event which gets bigger every year.
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