Which Brighton hotels did the eccentric writer Lytton Strachey stay in with his boyfriends?
Which restaurants and tea shops did Virginia Woolf dine at, right up to the day before her death?
Which Brighton landmark inspired one of Walter Sickert's most famous art works?
Join Rose Collis, acclaimed Brighton-based writer, journalist and historian, and author of The New Encyclopaedia of Brighton, on her brand new 'Walkie Talkie',‘Bloomsbury in Brighton’, featuring many of the vivid personalities in this unique artistic and literary circle, including Virginia and Leonard Woolf, Lytton Strachey, Duncan Grant and Edward Le Bas.
Meet at Brighton Museum entrance, Pavilion Gardens.
From Thurs July 7, 2pm & 6pm
SPECIAL OFFER FOR VISIT BRIGHTON PARTNERS: no booking essential, 2-for-1 tickets on the day. Tickets £6.50