This Thursday and Saturday evening (26 and 28 May 2016) Brighton’s Royal Pavilion will stay open until 8.00pm, with last admission at 7.30pm. With the immersive WWI Dr Blighty installation taking place in the Royal Pavilion Garden as part of Brighton Festival, this will offer visitors a rare ‘after hours’ opportunity to experience the incredible interiors that housed the recovering Indian soldiers.
A two for one admission offer is available for visitors to Dr Blighty, just quote ‘DR BLIGHTY’ at the Royal Pavilion admission desk (valid on full adult admission only). The Royal Pavilion Tearoom will also be open serving drinks on the balcony overlooking the garden.
Dr Blighty is a Nutkhut production co-commissioned by Brighton Festival, 14-18 NOW:WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, and Royal Pavilion & Museums Brighton & Hove. To find out more visit:
Royal Pavilion Dr Blighty lates
Thursday 26 and Saturday 28 May, last admission 7.30pm (close at 8pm)