What's on this weekend? Make 2015 your year to get out and do interesting things in interesting places. Plan your January events and activities from this selection of things to do and things to see in Brighton, East and West Sussex.
Tues 20 / 27 Jan - Lunchtime Concerts
Chichester Cathedral's popular lunchtime concerts take place at 1.10pm. They are free and last approximately 50 minutes. You are welcome to come and go as you please. Coffee is available at no charge. Chichester Catherdal lunctime concerts
Mon 26 Jan - Racing at Plumpton
Enjoy national hunt jump racing in Sussex with 7 races on this fixture card. Plumpton is a small course with opportunities to see the horses parade before racing, or by standing close to a fence. Racing at Plumpton
until Mon 02 Feb - Conscience and Conflict
On the 75th anniversary of the end of the conflict, Pallant House Gallery presents the first major exhibition to examine the response of British visual artists to the Spanish Civil War and how they were drawn to engage with it.
until - Sun 01 Mar - Peepers
Pavilion Contemporary returns to the Royal Pavilion a new installation by artist Maisie Broadhead. Experience the Music Room as a decadent doll’s house, dwarfed by giant figures peering curiously in through the windows. Peepers
until Sun 01 Mar - Voices from the First World War
This Brighton Museum and Art Gallery exhibition War Stories: Voices from the First World War brings to life the wartime experiences of 13 individuals whose intensely personal memories and extraordinary stories reveal the impact of war.
Until Sun 31 May - British Self Portraits
Writer Ruth Borchard (1910 - 2000) amassed one of the most significant collections of self-portraits by British artists. She acquired 100 pictures which provide a fascinating overview of British art during the twentieth century. Pallant House Gallery
until Sun 07 Jun - War Posters
A display of original First World War posters from Brighton museum and art gallery's own collections tells the stories of the push for enlistment, women workers, rationing and government requests for financial help as the cost of the war starts to hit hard.
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