Events

The Brighton of Aubrey Beardsley

14 June 2018  5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

The Keep, Woollards Way, BN1 9BP

2018 marks the 120th anniversary of the death of Brighton-born artist Aubrey Beardsley. In this illustrated talk, Alexia Lazou presents an armchair tour of the city, exploring the buildings and places associated with the artist’s early life, including his birthplace in Buckingham Road and Brighton Grammar School, where his love of drawing was nurtured. Original material from The Keep’s archives will be on display, including school magazines featuring Beardsley’s poetry and illustrations, and volumes of the Yellow Book.

£5 per person, payable on the door. Booking is highly recommended, call or call 01273 482349 to reserve your place or book via the form on the website: www.thekeep.info/events

 

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Correction from The Editors

Some of you may have noticed that we used the wrong image on the front page of the Feb/March issue of The Whistler to highlight the 120th anniversary of Beardsley’s death. It was not by him but by a contemporary of his called Will Bradley. Sorry Aubrey!

 

Categories: Events, The Arts

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