***Update at 15.30pm 20/12/13 Sadly the fireworks and fire on the beach have had to be cancelled for Burning The Clocks on Saturday 21st December. The high winds which are forecast mean that it would not be safe to go ahead with these aspects of the finale. We are going ahead with the parade, which will …Continue Reading
Want to be part of this years parade?
Lantern Packs are now available at The Wood Store, The Hartington and the Royal Pavilion Shop. They will also been available at Daisy Daisy and The Book Nook soon, check back for more info.
Would you like to make your own lantern and join the parade? Buy a make-your-own …Continue Reading
We are delighted to announce that, local Illustrator and Printmaker, Graham Carter has created a fabulous image for this years Burning the Clocks. Graham has made a stunning illustration to go with our theme ‘The Deep’. Graham’s image for Burning the Clocks embraces a deep-sea world filled with underwater creatures, a theme he intends to continue with the release …Continue Reading
Produced by Same Sky, Cohesion + and The four schools in the Pilgrim Way Partnership.
Four local schools will be taking part in a colourful night time lantern procession. Same Sky will be working with 60 children per school to create a lantern for each child to carry in the parade. Come along and support the …Continue Reading
Our incredibly talented Managing Director John Varah has written a beautiful poem especially for Burning the Clocks 2013.
Full fathom five
The waters part
We slip below
Full Fathom five we fall
The sunlight fades
Our breath does slow
Full fathom five we go
And there we stay in deepest dark
To wait that cold embrace.
And there we stay in darkest deep
In hope of signs …Continue Reading
This years theme for Burning the Clocks is…………….. ‘The Deep’!
The Deep refers to the fathomless depths of the sea, to the unknown and unimagined, and to the deep feeling that the oceans and seas evoke in the human spirit. Burning the Clocks is a lively celebration of the turning of the year but also a …Continue Reading
We are now on Instagram and will be posting lots of lovely pictures of our upcoming events including Burning the Clocks 2013. To add us search SameSkyBTN. If you’ve got any lovely pictures form of our past events please feel free to post them on our facebook page or email them to email@example.com and we can …Continue Reading
The taste of Brighton’s unique seasonal celebration, Burning the Clocks, has for the second year running, been captured in an ice cream.
Boho Gelato, an award-winning handmade Italian ice cream parlour based at Pool Valley, has re-launched our flavour – chocolate, cinnamon and blood orange with fig ripple – and will be selling it until the …Continue Reading
Brighton’s much-loved Burning the Clocks celebration took place as local residents took to the streets with handmade lanterns before burning them on the beach to celebrate the shortest day of the year.
The unique community ritual takes place every year on the 21 December. The event sees local residents parade paper and willow lanterns that they’ve made through …Continue Reading