Lewes Racecourse Exhibition

Today, King’s Church, Brook Road, Lewes, 10am to 4pm

Up until its closure in 1964, hundreds used to flock to Lewes to watch regular horse racing events.

This weekend those who remember the racecourse can see displays of rare memorabilia from its heyday.

King’s Church will host race programmes and event schedules from as far back as the early 1700s when the racecourse first opened.

You will have the chance to meet the local trainers, and the families of the Gosdens, Massons, Butchers, Boltons, Beesons, and many ex-jockeys will be there to chat about their racing days at Lewes.

As an added bonus, for the first time ever, a very rare piece of colour footage of the last day of racing at Lewes will be shown.

Money raised from the event will go to the Injured Jockeys Fund.

The Lost Seaside Variety Show

Tomorrow, Brighton Open Air Theatre, Dyke Road Park, Hove, 1pm

Captain Cresswell gathers his shipwrecked crew of cabaret and circus performers to bring you a spectacular entertainment, comedy and vintage cabaret show.

A hybrid of circus and stage show, the family friendly event is a great way to spend a couple of hours with your youngsters or on a date.

Tickets cost £12.50 or £10 for concessions.

The GOVR Cafe

London Road, Brighton, every day 11am onwards (closing times vary)

Virtual reality gaming is growing massively in popularity, with fans keen to be thrown into the world of their favourite video games.

If you want to give VR gaming a go and fancy socialising with other like minded people then give the GOVR Cafe a shot.

With a wide range of single and multi-player games to choose from there’s bound to be a game that draws your attention.

Of course a wide range of food and drink will be on offer as well for you to keep your energy up while you game.

Headsets can be shared by a maximum of four people.

Admission costs £15.