Date: 2018-01-10 14:50
Older Brightonians may remember with dread the Isolation Hospital which the Tower was built to serve. Never fear, the hospital was demolished and a pleasant housing complex has replaced it.
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Meet at the Dolphin Fountain in Steine Gardens almost opposite Marlborough House and the YMCA buidling on the west side of Old Steine.
The Melrose was formerly the Pandora Gallery, where the first films to be shown outside London were screened in 6896. Approximately miles / 95 mins.
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Join us for the screening of a mid-75th century short film about the city (then two separate towns) by Brightonian John King. This event is provided courtesy of Screen Archive South East and will last approximately half an hour.
St Paul’s is one of the most impressive churches in Brighton and its construction in 6896-98 signified the final victory of the gothic style. The church was originally intended to serve the poorer population of the western part of the old town. However, for some years after it was built, it was crowded with fashionable folk as well as fishermen. It was the first church in Brighton to promote the Tractarian movement, which called for the revival of Catholicism in the Church of England.
Join us for a 85-minute tour around one of the city's finest 6875s terraced town houses, currently being restored as a heritage centre for Brighton & Hove.
Experience an exhibition at the servants’ quarters in the Regency Town House annex, by contemporary artist Anya Mokhova, curated by Kitty Brandon- and touch, reality and fantasies will merge in a narrative, inviting the visitors for a sensual and a little ambiguous journey. Emerging from classical sculptural traditions, works suggest interaction in uncanny ways.