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Brighton Museum & Art Gallery announces new David Bowie photographic exhibition

Graham Robson September 17, 2020

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery announces new David Bowie photographic exhibition, featuring the work of Geoff MacCormack, to run from Friday, October 2, 2020 to Sunday, June 6, 2021.

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Introducing ‘Queer the Pier’

James Ledward May 2, 2019

For almost two years now, the Brighton Museum has housed the UK’s largest collection representing trans lives; the Museum of Transology. The exhibition currently displays diverse artefacts, including everything from prosthetics to train tickets, donated by Brighton’s vibrant trans community.

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Are you interested in Brighton’s rich LGBT+ Heritage?

James Ledward March 25, 2019

Queer in Brighton, the heritage learning project are looking for people who want to be involved in a new and exciting Heritage project in the city. The 12 month Heritage Lottery funded project is aimed at developing heritage skills within the LGBT+ communities and creating a strategy for promoting and reclaiming our rich and diverse heritage. 

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PREVIEW: ARTIST ROOMS – Gilbert & George

April 23, 2018

Gilbert & George are a Turner Prize-winning artist partnership, who have created art and shared their lives together for fifty years. By presenting themselves as ‘living sculptures’ they challenge the distinction between art and life; sacrificing their separate identities and turning the notion of creativity on its head.

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International Women’s Day: Free events at Brighton Museum and Dome on March 4

James Ledward February 24, 2017

Brighton Museum, Brighton Dome and Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC) join forces to present their annual celebration of International Women’s Day. A specially curated programme of inspiring speakers, activists and innovators, workshops, arts and crafts, causes and campaigns for all the family has been programmed and everyone welcome.

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Free entry to Royal Pavilion this Sunday

James Ledward January 10, 2017

This Sunday, January 15, from 10am – 4.30pm entry to the Royal Pavilion is completely free of charge. To celebrate the purchase of the Royal Pavilion by the town of Brighton in 1850, admission charges are waived one day a year. Go along and meet George IV and members of his court, as RPM staff don Regency costume and tell tales of George’s day!

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PREVIEW: Brighton Museum & Art Gallery Pride event

July 28, 2016

Start your Pride Weekend celebrations with a late night private view of Brighton Museum’s Fashion Cities Africa exhibition. This late night event includes a pay bar where you can relax with a drink, before sitting down to a private screening of a film characterising the queer experience in Kenya.

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