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Brighton Museums
We are the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Museum, Hove Museum, the Booth Museum of Natural History and Preston Manor.
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Brighton Museums 18h
Visit Hove Museum and find out more about the life of Friedrich Nagler. This display shows some of the many thousands of pieces he created, some of which were inspired by his flight from Nazi-occupied Austria to England.
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Brighton Museums 20h
Tom Hammick: Dreams and Voyages. These exquisitely coloured woodcuts and etchings are very personal interpretations of several operas inspired by a visual arts residency at the English National Opera in London during 2015-16. Now on at Brighton Museum.
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Brighton Museums 21h
Boring Monday? Come along to the Royal Pavilion for a journey into the past. See the former Royal Palace in all its glory followed by a cream tea in our cafe.
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Brighton Museums Jun 23
Discover rarely-seen extracts of mary Merrifield’s travel diary and letters recently discovered in The Keep Archives, on display now at The Booth Museum.
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Brighton Museums Jun 23
Have you visited our new Archaeology Gallery? Meet our ancestors who lived in Sussex thousands of years ago!
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Brighton Museums Jun 22
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is now on at Brighton Museum. Discover awe-inspiring images capturing the incredible diversity of the natural world, from extraordinary animal behaviour to breathtaking landscapes. © Valter Bernardeschi
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Brighton Museums Jun 22
Love Horses? Discover the rarely-seen images of the Royal Stables and George IV’s love for all things equestrian.
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Brighton Museums Jun 21
Helen Mears, Keeper of World Art, reflects on the legacies of a colonial collection of photographs: its importance as a record of ethnic histories and use value to Myanmar’s minority communities today.
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Kevin Bacon Jun 21
Any Brighton folk interested in museums & tech might want to see Ju Row Farr from talking in Brighton Museum next Tuesday. Some very smart thinking has gone into Gift, and it's been a pleasure to host this at .
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Brighton Museums Jun 21
This fascinating display of outfits and oral histories from LGBTQ individuals from Sussex, from the 1960s to the present day, looks at how individuals construct identities, both personal and collective, through dress.
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Brighton Museums Jun 21
The Saloon carpet is inspired by flowers that bloomed in in the early 19th century Royal Pavilion Garden. See the restored Saloon at the Royal Pavilion now!
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Claire Wintle Jun 20
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Brighton Museums Jun 20
The Museum of Transology. This bold, brave and profound collection of artefacts and photographic portraiture began with donations from Brighton’s vibrant trans community. It is now the largest collection representing trans people in the UK.
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Brighton Museums Jun 20
Brighton Museum is free this Sunday. Join us for a family-friendly day of music, food, art activities and storytelling led by refugee and migrant groups from across Brighton and beyond.
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Helen Mears Jun 20
On remembering those denied safety, security and opportunity, including in . Here is an interview I recently undertook with S Mun Ja, a member of this community | |
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The Living Coast 🌳 Jun 19
Friday 21 June Booth Museum - Brighton Swifts have lived amongst us for around 2000 years but today our modern and renovated buildings exclude them. Celebrate with a talk by Edward Mayer founder of Swift Conservation
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Diverse Histories + Jun 19
Windrush Tea Party 22 June Brighton Royal Pavilion Gardens, Brighton Postcode: BN1 1EE Tea, cake, talks and discussion to celebrate the contribution of the Windrush Generation to British and .
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Jack Fraser Jun 19
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Brighton Museums Jun 19
Windrush Tea Party. Brighton Museum. 22 June. Join members of the BME Heritage Network on Windrush Day for tea, cake, talks and discussion to celebrate the contribution of the Windrush Generation to British social, cultural and political life.
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Brighton Museums Jun 19
Come to Brighton museum and see our display 'Refugee Radio: Castaway Heritage'. Discover the stories of refugees who have sought asylum in Brighton from around the world. Photographs and oral histories reveal a common humanity and the search for home.
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