The 10th Graphic Medicine conference will be held in Brighton from July 11th to 13th 2019.
Brighton and Hove (/ˈbraɪtən …
We’ve included some information below but take a look at the Visit Brighton web site for a better idea of what the place has to offer.
will be the Sallis Benney Theatre on Grand Parade, part of the Art School.
The Call for Papers
will be release towards the end of November 2018.
will be announced with the CFP.
Getting to Brighton.
Getting to Brighton & Hove is easy. It’s just under an hour by rail from London and only half an hour from London Gatwick Airport.
The city is also served by a direct rail link from the Eurostar Service at St Pancras, as well as easily accessible from the major ports of Dover, Portsmouth, Southampton and the local port of Newhaven. National Express coaches also regularly service the city.
Find out more about the different ways to travel to Brighton using the links below:
Make a break of it and book your Brighton Accommodation now!
Brighton and Hove is a green city, (The city centre is served by the UK’s only Green Party Member of Parliament) which means that public transport is plentiful and good value, while car parking is rather expensive.
The city centre is easy to explore on foot, and the conference venue is in the heart of town. There are walking maps here.
Taxis are plentiful and good value. We recommend the local drivers’ cooperative Streamline Taxis. on +44 1273 202020
For information on travelling around Brighton & Hove for people with disabilities, visit the Visit Brighton Accessibility section.
LGBT & Gay Brighton
Brighton & Hove is a friendly and welcoming city which encourages a large number of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender visitors.
You’ll find that the whole city is LGBTQ+ friendly but if you are looking for gay Brighton then you’ll discover that Kemptown is the bustling heart of the LGBT community, with a relaxed village feel.