Come rain or shine, this Spring you can get hot and sweaty on the beach in Brighton’s first ever Finnish Pop-up Sauna. Part of the Brighton Fringe Festival (4th May – 3rd June), WARMTH:Brighton is a traditional, woodfired sauna in a timber-lined, converted horsebox. 
 It’s unapologetically quirky, it’s surprisingly sociable and… definitely hot! Experience the löyly (Finnish for sauna-steam) as you splash water on the warm coals: heat up, cool down, detox, revive, sweat, be social, or just relax.
 WARMTH:Brighton is brought to you by Brighton residents; Sauna Master, Katie Bracher and Wellbeing Entrepreneur, Liz Watson. WARMTH sauna was originally conceived and built by Bethany Wells, as a commission by Compass Live Art and supported by Arts Council England.
 Inspired by Sauna projects she has run in London (The Southbank Centre rooftop Sauna & Bath Haus Spa Barking), Sauna Master Katie Bracher wanted to bring the community sauna experience to Brighton.
 To add a Festival twist, there’ll be impromptu performances from Fringe artists to animate WARMTH:Brighton, whilst at other times it will simply be a place to relax.
WARMTH:Brighton will run on weekends and bank holidays, from May 4th to June 3rd, as part of Brighton Fringe 2018.  Tickets go on sale on the Fringe website on March 1st.

Come rain or shine, this Spring you can get hot and sweaty on the beach in Brighton’s first ever Finnish Pop-up Sauna. Part of the Brighton Fringe Festival (4th May – 3rd June), WARMTH:Brighton is a traditional, woodfired sauna in a timber-lined, converted horsebox. 

It’s unapologetically quirky, it’s surprisingly sociable and… definitely hot! Experience the löyly (Finnish for sauna-steam) as you splash water on the warm coals: heat up, cool down, detox, revive, sweat, be social, or just relax.

To add a Festival twist, there’ll be impromptu performances from Fringe artists to animate WARMTH:Brighton, whilst at other times it will simply be a place to relax.

WARMTH:Brighton will run on weekends and bank holidays, from May 4th to June 3rd, as part of Brighton Fringe 2018.  Tickets go on sale on the Fringe website on March 1st.

www.brightonfringe.org