Head to Brighton this September where the Brighton Dome will be revealing its culinary past for this year’s Edible England themed Heritage Open Days in a series of events taking place at the Dome and online.

Visitors can learn about the kitchens that cooked traditional food for Indian soldiers who used the Dome for recuperation during WWI as well as the recipe for the plum pudding that was served to the Prince Regent in 1814. As you might expect from a building that is so ingrained in Brighton’s suffragette history, you can also find recipes inspired by the women and discover the traditional flavours of the North Laine.

The Dome will be welcoming visitors on Sunday, 19th September from 10am until 4pm. Events include tours to explore the venues secrets in the backstage areas of the venue, a talk from members of the Chattri Group and family friendly activities. Online, there will be events such as Indian cookery lessons and a Bollywood dance workshop.

All events relating to the Heritage Open Days are free to attend but booking for certain events is required. Full details will be available from the Brighton Dome’s website from 6th September.

If you’re not in Brighton, there are a host of events as part of Heritage Open Days taking place across the region.

In West Sussex:
Arundel Museum, Fernhurst Furnace Open Weekend, Petworth House and Park.

In East Sussex:
All Saint’s Church, Patcham, An introduction to Historic Building Analysis, Brighton and Foody Felting, Preston Manor.

For a full list of events in Sussex click here




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