What’s On At Brighton Museum This Spring
In the coming months, the Royal Pavilion and Museums are hosting some incredible exhibitions. Here are our top picks for the summer months!
Fashion Cities Africa: Fashion Cities Africa is the first major UK exhibition dedicated to contemporary African fashion and is something that absolutely cannot be missed. You can read more about Fashion Cities Africa here.
Birds of a Feather: Birds were the focus of may enthusiasts and collectors in the 19th Century and in this brand new exhibition at Hove museum, we can see the many drawings, paintings and collections created to identify and describe all species of bird.
Dr Blighty: Located in the Royal Pavilion Garden, Dr Blighty will look at the untold story of the hundreds of thousands of men who travelled from India to fight for the Allies in the First World War, and the experiences of the injured soldiers who came to be treated in Brighton.
The Tale of Tommy O’Quire: The Booth Museum of Natural History will show the critically acclaimed performance. Join Tommy as he battles wolves, ghosts, and monsters in pursuit of treasure. But what use is a fortune if you lose your soul?
The Great Escape Presents: This special event is part of one of the best festivals Brighton has to offer. See the gallery spaces transformed by a series of exclusive acoustic performances from artists handpicked by The Great Escape festival.
Sound City: Pitch Perfect: Hear the best of young musical talent from Brighton Arts and SoundCity. Listen to jazz and popular music as well as acoustic sets and string and wind chamber ensembles.
You can find out more about all of these events at the Brighton Museum website.