Pavilion Review 1984

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1984. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 Pavilion Under Wraps Discusses the issue of restoration to the … Continued

Pavilion Review 1988

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1988. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 Number 1 The Royal Visit: A Commemorative Issue Relates to the visit from HRH Prince Charles. New Staff … Continued

Pavilion Review 1987

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1987. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 Set Before A King: The Drottningholm Court Theatre 1766-92 Preview … Continued

Pavilion Review 1986

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1986. View and download issue number 1 View and download issue number 2 View and download issue number 3 Number 1 The Music Room Restored An account of the restoration work … Continued

Pavilion Review 1985

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1985. View and download issue 1 View and download issue 2 View and download issue 3 Number 1 Chinese Paintings for the Pavilion Discusses the recently acquired sets of paintings, from China dating … Continued

The Big Butterfly Count in Royal Pavilion Gardens: ‘Take Nature’s Pulse’

The Big Butterfly Count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping to assess the health of our environment. It launched in 2010 and has rapidly become the largest survey of butterflies in the world! Brighton Museum needs your help to assess … Continued

Willett Collection of Popular Pottery

Henry Willett, a founding father of Brighton Museum, was a man of great energy, enthusiasm and wide-ranging interests. He was born in Newhaven, the youngest of eleven children and moved to Brighton in 1841. He ran the West Street Brewery … Continued

Willett Collection of Popular Pottery

Henry Willett, a founding father of Brighton Museum, was a man of great energy, enthusiasm and wide-ranging interests. He was born in Newhaven, the youngest of eleven children and moved to Brighton in 1841. He ran the West Street Brewery … Continued

Naked Aggression

We’re appealing for votes in order to bring acclaimed photographer and ‘nude interventionist’ Spencer Tunick to Brighton Museum for Museums at Night 2014. To get you in the mood for voting, here’s a story about how ancient Britain was protected … Continued