Pavilion Blues: Disability and Identity

15 March to 20 November
Prints & Drawings Gallery 

During the First World War over 6,000 amputee soldiers received treatment, rehabilitation and training at the Royal Pavilion. Find out more about this previously untold story of challenge, adversity and opportunity.Image from Pavilion Blues, a publication produced at the Limbless Hospital, 1917

This display is the first part of a broader programme looking at disability history and experience, opening discussions and exploring contemporary issues. Join the conversation by adding your comments to the exhibition, and keep a check on our website for details of future events.

Free with museum admission, members and residents free

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