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Brighton Journal | 11th December 2019

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There’s a new bar coming to town!

28th November 2018 |

 

It may not feel like the right season to be getting excited about alfresco dinning and drinks in the open but it has recently been announced that a new rooftop bar will open in the heart of Brighton! The … Read More

What’s on in Brighton? 20th July – 22nd July

19th July 2018 |

With the World Cup and Wimbledon now both concluded, you might be feeling lost on what to do with all this free time. Here is a selection of events in Brighton to meet all those post World Cup blues!

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Heritage Open Days: Hanover’s History Today!

7th September 2017 |

Today you can go on a guided walk with Percy Almshouses to discover Hanover’s history.

You will learn about the streets, and the buildings architectural features, it will begin where the poor lived at The Percy and Wagner Almshouses and … Read More

10 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Brighton’s Clock Tower

17th July 2017 | 1

Looming over Brighton’s Churchill Square it would be hard to miss the Clock Tower in the heart of the city. One of Brighton’s most memorable pieces of architecture, the Clock Tower is a true staple in the town. Whether you … Read More

8 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About…The Royal Pavilion!

5th July 2017 |

The Royal Pavilion is the crown jewel in Brighton’s architectural crown, making it a staple in our city’s culture. But how much do you know about the iconic building?

1. It Was King George IV’s Pleasure Palace

George IV is … Read More

Brighton Has Got One Of The Best Buildings In The UK!

22nd June 2017 |

Brighton’s i360 was named one of the UK’s best new buildings at last night’s best of British architecture 2017 awards hosted by The Royal Institute of British Architecture.

Every year, the RIBA awards the best buildings created in the UK within the last … Read More

The History of Brighton’s Most Famous Landmarks

7th June 2017 |

With so much culture, architecture and history embedded in Brighton’s scene, it can be easy to admire what we have without really discovering how it got there. So here we are, offering you the history of Brighton’s most iconic landmarks.

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New Exhibit Showcases Rarely-seen Views of the Royal Pavilion Estate

14th March 2017 |

A display showcasing rare real and imagined images of the Royal Pavilion Estate was unveiled today at the Brighton Museum.

Open until 3 September, the ‘Visions of the Royal Pavilion Estate’ gallery features art dating back to the 1760s, as … Read More

Photos: St Peter’s Church Tower Revealed After Restoration

23rd January 2017 |

Scaffolding has come down comes down on Brighton’s iconic St Peter’s Church, concluding the first phase of the £1.7m works to the church and revealing the top of its restored tower.

The balustrade and pinnacles have been rebuilt from … Read More

“Illustrations Of Buildings From An Architect’s Perspective With An Artistic Twist” – Illustrator Amalia

29th December 2016 |

Amalia Sanchez de la Blanca, 45 is an architect-turned- illustrator specialising in drawing iconic buildings. Originally from Spain, she moved to the UK 19 years ago to study architecture and decided to stay.

How would you describe your business? 

“Linescapes … Read More