What's on


You can attend many different activities throughout the year, ranging from House Tours and dining experiences, to craft training activities, literary evenings and our annual Heritage Open Days events. The best way to keep up to date with our activities is to subscribe to our monthly newsletter: www.rth.org.uk/subscribe

Download the events listing here. (66KB .pdf file)


Lace Making for Beginners - workshop

Saturday 27th July, 10:00am - 4:00pm

Tickets £45.00 available from Eventbrite

Margaret Vick started lacemaking at Crayford Manor House over 40 years ago. She began teaching adult education classes in 1996. Latterly she’s been teaching private classes in Eltham, Barnehurst and Bexley and at an after school club at her local primary school. She is a member of the Lace Guild and Treasurer of the Tonbridge Lacemakers.

Historic etching showing two lace makers

During the workshop at The Regency Town House Margaret will be instructing participants specifically in the technique of Torchon lace-making as well as talking about the use and making of Honiton, Bucks Point and Bedfordshire lace. There will be the possibility of completing a bookmark during the day.

Tea, coffee, some homemade cake and all materials will be provided, please bring a packed lunch or there are many local cafés.

Themed Life Drawing Session - The Pre-Raphaelites

Sunday 28th July, 10:30am - 4:30pm

Tickets are £60, available by email from debbie.hinks@virgin.net

The ticket price includes all materials, a mini-tour of the house and a fabulous light lunch with an historical theme.

Photograph of artists working at their easels

Inspired by the gorgeous paintings of Rossetti, William Waterhouse and Burne-Jones, this is a fund raising event to support the restoration of The Regency Town House to its former glory.

Take the opportunity to look at this beautiful house whilst drawing Frankie with her floor-length hair in gorgeous, romantic costume. Think lush fabrics, velvets, lilies and pomegranates!

Dine Like a Servant goes to France

Saturday 10th August, 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Tickets £37.90 available at Eventbrite

Eat historic food and help preserve history - that’s Dine Like a Servant in a nutshell.

At Dine Like A Servant our guests eat in the old kitchen of The Regency Town House. Servants did often gather together and eat leftover food. Here, authentic historical recipes to recreate the tastes of the past including homemade pies, pickles and small pieces of elaborate desserts like Ribbon Jellies or Pears Poached in Port.

Photograph of hand-raised pies before baking

The money raised will help to restore the kitchen and the rest of the house.

Open Day during Brunswick Festival

Saturday 17th August, 11:00am - 4:00pm
Free house tours, demonstrations and our infamous Regency pop-up tearoom.

Brunswick Town, as it is 1831.
An Immersive Tour

Saturday 7th September, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Tickets are £9.00 (£6.50 conc.) from Eventbrite, booking fee applies.

Join Mr. Adams in the exceptional Brunswick Town as he engages with you in refined and agreeable conversation about the splendid seaside town of Brighton. Accompany him on one of his celebrated guided walks, where he will describe everything worthy of observation to the visitor.

An old print of Brunswick Terrace and a photo of man in Regency costume

On this walk you will find out about who is living in one of the most desirable places in the country; what they are doing whilst staying here and, most importantly, where you need to be seen. Find out which buildings still survive and which are no more. The walk is based on extensive research using contemporary guides, diaries and newspapers.

The guided walk will commence from The Regency Town House and last approximately one hour. Only in very adverse weather will the walk be cancelled. There is also the option of staying after the tour for a cream tea served in the old basement kitchen of The Regency Town House. We'll also give those at the tea a quick tour of the Town House too.

"A wonderful experience with Mr.Adams - most informative."

"I have lived in Brighton all my life and I learnt things I never knew."

"A great way to learn about the history of Brighton."

"A fascinating insight into that period. Henry Adams really brings the past alive and captures the essence of the era."

Andrew Bradstreet (aka Henry Adams) is a member of Regency Delights and the award winning historical recreations at Kentwell Hall. He has over thirty years of experience in bringing the past alive for people.

There is a consideration of £10 (plus a small booking fee) per person for the walk.

Please note: Mr Adams will be in 1831 and will remain so throughout the walk!

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Graduate Textile Exhibition from students
at Brighton Fashion and Textile School

Friday 19th - Sunday 21st July, 10:00am - 4:00pm
FREE admission

Banner graphic for the textile exhibition, with text on a coloured textile background

The graduate showcase exhibition is back for the third year. Always stuffed full of colour and texture, litterally stuffed in some cases, this will be a weekend feast for the eyes. 



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. More . . .


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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