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This page is being updated over the weekend of 22/23 February.
The listings will change and we will add more information, images and links for booking.
Some of the events in the later months may be shown as provisional as we await confirmation and more information. 



Themed Life Drawing Class with Debbie Hinks
and the theme is… Miss Havisham!

Saturday, 14th March, 10:30am to 4:00pm
Location: drawing rooms, to include tea and coffee, lunch and all materials supplied.

Artists working at their easels in a large, Regency room

For our next drawing session we are delighted to present for your artistic interpretation: Frankie Cluney as MISS HAVISHAM, the bitter recluse from Dickens masterpiece ‘Great Expectations'

Line drawing of the Miss Havisham character

This will be a unique, fully-tutored, drawing session set, appropriately, in the Drawing Room of a stunning Grade 1 listed building.

To include: a Regency themed lunch cooked by The Regency Cook, Paul Couchman, tea and coffee, all materials, easels and boards.

The cost is £60, paid in advance please.
Email: debbie.hinks@virgin.net to book your place,
or tel: 01273 505201.
Gift vouchers available for that special present.


Book launch by City Books, author Emily Brand

Wednesday 15th April, 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: drawing rooms.
More information and booking link to follow.


Brighton & Hove History Day,
with QueenSpark Books

Saturday 18th April, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Location: dining room and parlour.
Admission free

A new event, initiated by QueenSpark Books, with support from Brighton & Hove Black History, Brighton & Hove Women's History Group, and The Regency Town House staff and volunteers.

Discover the new downloadable 'History Walks', devised by QueenSpark Books to guide users around our city.

Come and talk history, find out what we do, discuss volunteering and learn more about the history of our city from all points of view.


Recital - Duo MaLì

Sun 19th April, 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Location: drawing rooms.
More information and booking link to follow.

The Duo MaLì are Maria Gibson and Lisa De Simone, both Brighton residents, they have kindly agreed to play a fundraising recital for us here at the Town House.

They will be We will be playing music by Piazzolla, Pujol, Paganini, Machado, VillaLobos and Granados. Having heard them practicing in the drawing rooms I can tell you, their music sounds… fabulous!

Photo of duo of two women, seated, one playing a guitar the other playing a violin.


A Day in the Life of a Regency House - Private hire

Sat 6th June, 10:30am – 4:00pm

An independently-organised event, presented in the old kitchen and servants' hall of The Regency Town House by Social Historian Sarah Tobias and the Regency Cook, Paul Couchman.


Brunswick Town Walk & Tea Room,
led by Brunswick's own Regency character, Andrew Bradstreet

Sun 14th June, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Location: kitchen



Victorian Fashion - from the cradle to the grave,
an afternoon with experts Marion May & Sarah Tobias

Sat 27th June, 1:30pm – 5:00pm
Location: drawing rooms

Tickets are available from Eventbrite, earlybird tickets are £15 (plus fee) if booked before 31st March, regular tickets are £20 (plus fee) thereafter.

If you are interested in fashion, history and cake, then we have an event for you!

Poster for Victorian Fashion - from the cradle to the grave

The Regency Town House welcomes you to an afternoon with Marion May and Sarah Tobias.

Marion May discovered a designer wedding dress, fell in love with it and started collecting historical and period clothes. That was in the 1970s; her impressive collection now covers a 100 years of fashion from the mid-Victorian era to the 1950s. Marion exhibits and lectures extensively on historic fashion and we are delighted to have her back for this, her fifth visit to The Regency Town House. 

She is joined by Sarah Tobias, lecturer in social, cultural and local history who will explore everyday Victorian life.

All profits from this event will go towards the maintenance and continuing restoration of The Regency Town House where the event is held.

The 'Marion & Sarah Show' is always incredibly popular and tickets will sell-out quickly, so go to Eventbrite to book your tickets now.


Private hire Dance workshop – Regency Delights

Sun 28th June, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

An independently-organised event, presented in the drawing rooms


Open Day at The Regency Town House

Saturday 18th July, 11:30noon - 4:30pm
Admission free

Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour, kitchen, servants’ hall

Do come along to our Open Day at the Regency Town House.

There will be:

  • Mini tours of the Town House on the half hour
  • Practical demonstrations of plaster and paint techniques
  • Infomation about all our upcoming guided tours and events
  • Costume displays and infomation on how to become a volunteer
  • Food demonstrations and tastings in our basement Regency kitchen.
  • Tea and cake (from historical recipes) will be served in our basement kitchen too!
  • We will be selling jams and pickles made from original recipes in the kitchen.




SALT Painting Exhibition

Wed 4th – Sat 7th March, 10:00am – 6:00pm, 
admission free
Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour

21 artists, 21 works.

SALT invites you to join us for an evening showcasing a talented group of Fine Art students nearing the end of their final year at the University of Brighton.

Collaborating painting, sculpture and installation, this broad array of works provides a space to contemplate and celebrate painterly diversity and the impact it delivers within the ever-expanding field of fine art.

This is not one to miss!

Poster for the exhibition SALT, showing a chalk cliff in front of which is a list of 21 artist's names


Exhibition - Regency Wardrobe

Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd May, times tba
Sat 9th & Sun  10th May, times tba
Sat 16th & Sun  17th May, times tba
Sat 23rd & Sun  24th May, times tba

Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour.


Exhibition - Below Stairs at Number 10

Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd May, 11:00am – 6:00pm
Fri 8th, Sat 9th, Sun 10th May, 11:00am – 6:00pm

Location: Basement Annexe at 10 Brunswick Square.


Exhibition - A sculptural installation from
ART/DATA/HEALTH and Anna Dumitriu
in collaboration with RISE

Friday 15th - Monday 25th May, 12:00 noon - 5:00pm
Location: Basement Annexe at 10 Brunswick Square
Admission free

A sculptural installation by internationally renowned contemporary artist Anna Dumitriu, exploring how art can help create meaning from complex health data and uncover hidden narratives. A collaboration with RISE, a Sussex-based charity that supports people affected by domestic abuse and violence.

Commissioned by the University of Brighton research project ART/DATA/HEALTH: data as creative material for health and well being.

Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council Leadership Fellowship.


MET Fine Art Graduation Show

Fri 12th – Fri 19th June, 10:00am – 6:00pm
Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour, Basement Annexe


Exhibition - City & Guilds Textiles, finals show

Fri 10th – Sun 12th July, times tba
Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour


Exhibition - UoB MA students, Photography Show

Sat 3rd – Sun 18th October, time tba
Location: drawing rooms, dining room, parlour


Exhibition - Photo Fringe

Tue 20th – Sun 25th October, all day
Location: drawing rooms





We offer our standard house tour, a fully guided event lasting between 70 and 80 minutes, and the Brunswick Town walk, a guided journey lasting approximately 90 minutes and covering approximately 1.5 miles. Click here for dates and booking.


Amongst our most popular events are: Gaining the Knowledge, taught over four days and Ornamental Plastering a day long activity. More . . .

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