Brighton Fringe PREVIEW: WARMTH: Pop-up Sauna

March 23, 2018

Wood-fired Sauna on Brighton Beach this Spring

WARMTH:Brighton is a traditional, wood-fired sauna in a timber-lined, converted horsebox. 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.

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.

Inspired by Sauna projects she has run in London, Sauna Master Katie wanted to bring the community sauna experience to Brighton.

“An authentic sauna awakens all the senses, whilst also being a health-giving and endorphin- boosting experience”, Katie explains. “There is a real lack of traditional saunas in Brighton, so it’s very exciting to be bringing this unique, log-fired and steam-filled sauna to this city during the Fringe Festival. A real pocket of Finland, right on Brighton Beach. Heat up in the sauna, then run out into the sea for an invigorating plunge”

Liz Watson explained why she wanted to get involved: “I’m very excited to be bringing WARMTH:Brighton to our beach and creating a social space where people can meet, chat, feel good and have fun.  With the Fringe celebrating 100 years of Finnish Independence this year, it’s an ideal opportunity to bring this Nordic culture here.”

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.

Event: WARMTH:Brighton

Where: Brighton Beach – Opposite West Pier Arches, BrightonBN1 2LN

When: May 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, 27 & 28: June 2 & 3

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Cost: £10

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