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Brighton’s Exciting Exhibitions for 2020

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Make it a resolution this year to see more culture!

It’s cold and it’s damp so why not cuddle up with a nice cup of tea and plot your cultural events for 2020. There is plenty on in Brighton to get you thinking or to simply feast your eyes on this year.

Cultural Icons: Remaking a Popular Pottery Tradition

Hove Museum, 19 New Church Road, Hove, BN3 4AB

Hove Museum are showing something different until February in 2020: political pottery. Taking the famous Victorian figurine as inspirations, several different artists have been commissioned to produce some wild and wacky ceramics that engage with political figures and important themes of the day.

Cultural Icons: Remaking a Popular Pottery Tradition at Hove Museum until February 2020

Image credit: Brighton Toy and Model Museum

Lego Before Lego

Brighton Toy and Model Museum, 52 - 55 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 4EB

If you haven’t had a chance to see Lego before Lego at the Brighton Toy and Model Museum in 2019, then not to worry: it’s running until June 2020! Founded in 1932, Lego is now synonymous with those colourful blocks, but in this exhibition, the Museum explores the early history of the company, including lots of their wooden toys as well as their more well-known plastic designs.

Lego Before Lego at the Brighton Toy and Model Museum until June 2020

Queer the Pier

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, Royal Pavilion Gardens, Pavilion Parade, Brighton BN1 1EE

The Brighton Museum and Art Gallery has recently been working with individuals and groups from the local community as part of the Be Bold series, exhibitions that focus on LGBTQ lives. In this new exhibition, the gallery continues on their work with a showing of film, photography and fashion that tells the story of the lives of Brighton’s diverse LGBTQIA+ community.

Queer the Pier at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery opening 22 February

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A Prince’s Treasure

The Royal Pavilion, 4 - 5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton, BN1 1EE

The Royal Pavilion is one of Brighton’s most well-known buildings, due to its stunning and unique design. Since September 2019, the Pavilion has hosted an exhibition that shows some 120 objects from the Royal Collection. Many of these decorative items have not been on display for nearly 200 years, and they give a fascinating insight into the tastes of the past.

A Prince’s Treasure at the Royal Pavilion until October 2021.


Moon Gazing

Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, Brighton, BN1 1GE

Brighton’s beloved library in Jubilee Square often hosts mini-exhibitions and showings in its various rooms. Continuing on from 2019, interested visitors can still see their exhibition Moon Gazing, hosted in the Tony Miller Reading Room. On display are several different works of lunar literature, from across several centuries, including work by William Blake and Virginia Woolf.

Moon Gazing at the Jubilee Library until 5 April 2020