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A Prince’s Treasure, From Buckingham Palace to the Royal Pavilion, The Royal Collection Returns to Brighton
March 4 at 7:00 pm
A spectacular loan from Her Majesty The Queen is on display at the Royal Pavilion. The culmination of a collaborative venture between Royal Collection Trust and the Royal Pavilion & Museums, over 120 remarkable decorative works of art that were originally commissioned by the Prince Regent have been relocated from Buckingham Palace and re‐united in their previous setting of the Royal Pavilion.
For the 2020 Regency Society’s Anthony Dale Lecture, Nicola Turner Inman, Assistant Curator of Decorative Arts (Projects) at Royal Collection Trust will give a talk about this ‘once in a lifetime’ project and the items on loan. Dr Alexandra Loske, a former trustee of the Regency Society and Curator at the Royal Pavilion, will introduce the talk.
Tickets are now available. They cost £17.50 each, which includes a glass of wine or a soft drink in the banqueting room after the talk.
The number of people allowed in the Music Room for the talk will be strictly limited so If you would like to attend, please book as soon as possible. Tickets are limited because of the extra insurance that has had to be provided while the additional items from Buckingham Palace are on display.
To book a ticket you should contact Suzanne Hinton, either by email - email@example.com or by post – Suzanne Hinton, 12 Abbotts, 129 Kings Road Brighton BN1 2FA.
Tell her how many tickets you would like and give her your phone number and email address (or postal address if you don’t use email). She will contact you to arrange for payment.
Only ticket holders will be admitted and it is unlikely that you will be able buy a ticket at the door.
If you paid for a ticket but find you are unable to attend the event, please let Suzanne know so the tickets can be reallocated. Refunds may not be possible.
Info for ticket holders
Please arrive by 1850 at the Octagon Hall Entrance Lobby for a 1900 start. Access is off the Pavilion Gardens from either New Road, Church Road or Pavilion Buildings.
Access on the night will be limited to the Music Room, the Long Gallery and the Banqueting Room, and not all the items on loan will be viewable at this event.
Wheelchair access is possible. Please note no parking will be available at Brighton Pavilion but parking is available at the nearby NCP car park, 12‐14 Church St, Brighton BN1 1US and others.