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  • Jane Austen by the Sea

    Jane Austen by the Sea

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

    A new display at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton exploring Jane Austen’s relationship with the seaside, the Prince Regent and life in Brighton during her time.

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  • Basic Instincts

    Basic Instincts

    The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London, WC1N 1AZ

    Curated by Dr Jacqueline Riding, Basic Instincts explores Georgian attitudes to love, desire and female respectability through the radical paintings of Joseph Highmore.

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  • The Keeping of Christmas

    The Keeping of Christmas

    Fairfax House Museum, Fairfax House Castlegate, York, YO1 1RN

    Experience Fairfax House in all its festive splendour.

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  • Christmas Banquets at the Royal Pavilion

    Christmas Banquets at the Royal Pavilion

    Royal Pavilion, 4-5 Pavilion Buildings, Brighton & Hove, BN1 1EE

    Step into the past and join us for a drinks and canapé reception followed by a three course dinner with wine and coffee in the palace’s magnificent Banqueting Room.

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  • The Pioneer of Panto

    The Pioneer of Panto

    Handel & Hendrix in London, 25 Brook Street Mayfair, London, W1K 4HB

    For the first time ever at 25 Brook Street, Handel House presents an extra special evening of Georgian pantomime.

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  • Radical Reformer?- John Wesley

    Radical Reformer?- John Wesley

    John Wesley's House and The Museum of Methodism, Wesley's Chapel 49 City Road, London, EC1Y 1AU

    Come and experience what life was like in London over 200 years ago and find out how John Wesley dedicated his life to helping those in need.

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  • Nick Haynes on The 52nd and the Rout of Napoleon’s Imperial Guard at Waterloo

    Nick Haynes on The 52nd and the Rout of Napoleon’s Imperial Guard at Waterloo

    Soldiers of Oxfordshire - conflict and county

    Nick Haynes discusses one of the greatest historical controversies arising from the Battle of Waterloo.

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