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February 2018

Care for the Dying: Designing a Hospice. Lecture by Nic Hoar

February 7 at 7:00 pm
Brighton Metropolitan College (formerly City College), Pelham Street
Brighton, United Kingdom
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free: no need to book

Nic Hoar gave up law for a career in architecture and, after studying at the University of Brighton and University College London, joined the Brighton practice of RH Partnership in which he is now a partner. Nic will describe the design of three hospices with which he has been closely associated and will discuss the characteristics of a caring environment. Add this event to your electronic diary

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Mapping the Best of Brighton Modern. (Social event)

February 21 at 7:00 pm
Brighton Metropolitan College (formerly City College), Pelham Street
Brighton, United Kingdom
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Free

...and demolishing the worst!   The Royal Institute of British Architects has produced a map that identifies and describes some outstanding buildings in Brighton and Hove of the last hundred years. The Maps compilers, Paul Zara and Dr. Cara Courage, will introduce the map to the Regency Society at this light-hearted event. Copies of the map will be on sale. Paul and Cara will discuss their choice of buildings and invite the audience to comment. Did they include some raspberries?…

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March 2018

The Rigorous Rapture of Blissed-out Brighton. Antony Dale Memorial Lecture by Piers Gough

March 7 at 7:00 pm
Royal Pavilion Music Room, Pavilion Buildings
Brighton, BN1 1EE
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Price to be confirmed

Piers Gough was born in Brighton. He is a partner in the successful practice of CZWG and presented the TV series “The Shock of the Old”. He is renowned for his unorthodox views on architecture. After delivering a eulogy to ‘Brighton Style’ he will be joined by Regency Society Vice-President and former Brighton Festival director Gavin Henderson in a discussion with the audience. Drinks will be served. An entrance fee will be charged. Add this event to your electronic diary:

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April 2018

New Theatres for old: John Small Lecture by Tim Foster (and Annual General Meeting)

April 18 at 7:00 pm
Brighton Metropolitan College (formerly City College), Pelham Street
Brighton, United Kingdom
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free: no need to book

Tim Foster is an architect with close links to the theatre. He has remodelled a number of theatres including the Tricycle in London and the Salisbury Playhouse and was joint author of Theatre Buildings: A Design Guide. (2010). Tim will describe a number of theatre conversions and will discuss his ideas for what might be done with the Brighton Hippodrome. Image shows Trafalgar Studios Theatre (formerly the Whitehall Theatre) Add this event to your electronic diary:  

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