14. June 2020 - 14:00 till 15:00
The Regency Town House, Hove
Brunswick Town, as it is 1831. An Immersive Tour. | Sunday, 14. June 2020
Join Mr. Adams in the exceptional Brunswick Town as he engages with you in refined and agreeable conversation about the splendid seaside town of Brighton.
Accompany him on one of his celebrated guided walks, where he will describe everything worthy of observation to the visitor.
Sunday 14th June 2pm-3pm
The guided walks will commence from The Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Square, Hove BN3 1EHat 2pm prompt and last approximately one hour.
Only in very adverse weather will the walk be cancelled.
There is also the option of staying after the tour for a cream tea served in the old basement kitchen of The Regency Town House. We'll also give those at the tea a quick tour of the Town House too if they would like one.
On this walk you will find out about who is living in one of the most desirable places in the country; what they are doing whilst staying here and, most importantly, where you need to be seen. Find out which buildings still survive and which are no more. The walk is based on extensive research using contemporary guides, diaries and newspapers.
Andrew Bradstreet is a member of Regency Delights and the award winning historical recreations at Kentwell Hall. He has over thirty years of experience in bringing the past alive for people.
"A wonderful experience with Mr.Adams - most informative."
"I have lived in Brighton all my life and I learnt things I never knew."
"A great way to learn about the history of Brighton."
"A fascinating insight into that period." "Henry Adams really brings the past alive and captures the essence of the era."
Please note: Mr Adams will be in 1831 and will remain so throughout the walk!
“A unique way to learn about the history of the City.";
“Mr. Adams is very charming!";
“It's very illuminating what Mr. Adams can see and we can’t!”
Mr. Adams can be contacted via: email or www.regencydelights.co.uk