Tag: Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Brighton Connections

Concluding our review of Dickens in his bi-centenary year, local author and historian, Rose Collis writes about his connections with Brighton – from the New Encyclopaedia of Brighton. Dickens was a regular visitor to Brighton, first visiting in 1836 while he was writing Oliver Twist. Four years later, […]

Curated Pavilion and Museum News

An Etcher in the Wake of Whistler: gallery tour at Brighton Museum Sunday 12 February, 2.30-3.15pm Free Guest curator Alexandra Loske introduces Hove-based artist Robert Goff’s work and discusses his atmospheric etchings of Sussex, Italy, Egypt and Japan. Charlotte, the Forgotten Princess, at the Royal Pavilion 10 March […]