PREVIEW: The Drawing Circus: After-hours life drawing in the Royal Pavilion’s sumptuous Music Room

Besi Besemar February 21, 2017

The Royal Pavilion’s sumptuous Music Room plays host to the Drawing Circus’s unique brand of theatrical life drawing at this unique, after-hours event.

Having won Best Museum Drawing Event for its night-time event at the Booth Museum in October 2015, the Drawing Circus is returning to Royal Pavilion & Museums for its 100th production!

With 12 models posing nude and in costume, accompanied by live music from the Drawchestra, a night to remember is promised.

Boasting a gilded dome ceiling, lotus-shaped chandeliers and walls decorated with Chinoiserie-style canvases featuring painted dragons, there can be few more inspiring interiors in which to unleash your artistic talents.

Jake Spicer, Co-director of the Drawing Circus, said: “Since our first events in Brighton it has been our ambition to run a life class at the Royal Pavilion ‚Äď it‚Äôs so exciting for us to finally be able to hold a session there!”

The event is suitable for all drawing abilities from complete novices to experienced artists.

Event: The Drawing Circus

Where: Royal Pavilion Music Room, Brighton

When: Tuesday, March 28

Time: 7-10pm

Cost: (£25, £20 students, includes drink and materials, book in advance), 16+

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