PIZZOFF Pizza making competition
Hot on the heels of last year’s Great Brighton Bake Off, came this year’s PizzOff. A bunch of talented young people from the youth organisations across the city came to learn from our master pizza-makers and battled it out for the PizzOff title. We had professional judges including our owner Rupert Davidson and a guest appearance from the Mayor of Brighton, Mo Marsh.
The event was recorded live by Latest TV and screened at the The Duke of Yorks at the Komedia.
We were super impressed by the enthusiasm and talent of all the young people involved, from the participants to the presenters… we know we’ll be doing more in the future!
B.fest is the only young persons’ dedicated arts festival, created for and by young people, in the South East. Now in its 6th year, B.fest 2018 is putting together another great week of music, performance, visual art, photography, skate, bake offs and much more. B.fest gives young people the chance to see and make great art & performance, in professional venues and dedicated spaces.
Brighton Youth Centre (BYC) is an exciting hub of activity open to all young people between 5 – 19 years old, with a focus on the 13-19 age group. The centre is a registered charity and offers a varied programme of events, activities and support for young people. BYC aims to inspire young people to learn about themselves and others and build great lives, through providing a dynamic youth centre that listens to and works with young people across the city to provide relevant and accessible space, activities, training and support that enable creativity, learning, friendship and fun.
For further information on Brighton Youth Centre please contact Helen Bartlett: Helen@brightonyouthcentre.org.uk