Learn about the kitchens that cooked traditional food for Indian soldiers recuperating at Brighton Dome during the First World War, the lashings of plum pudding served at a lavish party to celebrate the Prince Regent’s birthday in 1814, discover the flavours of Brighton’s famous North Laine and a satirical Suffragette-inspired recipe.
The morning’s events include backstage tours for small groups to explore the behind-the-scenes secrets of the venue and a talk from members of the Chattri Group. In the afternoon, families are welcomed for a series of bookable activities and for those wishing to join in from home, the online programme features an Indian cookery lesson and a Bollywood dance workshop.
Free admission but pre-booking for live talks, activities and backstage tours is essential.
The full programme and ticket bookings will be available from Mon 6 September at brightondome.org.
Time: 10am - 4pm
Date: Sun 19 / 09 / 21
Name: Brighton Dome - Heritage Open Day 2021
Venue: Brighton Dome
Location: Church St, Brighton BN1 1UE, UK> Book now