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75th Anniversary

1936 was the year Embassy Court’s first residents moved in. Sue Milnthorpe, Artist in Residence, is working with a group of residents to curate a program of events throughout the year. The first of these will be a 1930’s style pop-up tearoom on the weekend of 21st & 22nd May (2.30 –...

Artists’ Open Houses, Xmas 2010

Circus Kinetica & Embassy Court artists will be exhibiting work in the old boiler room studio, in the basement of Embassy Court. Weekends: 27/28 November, 4/5 & 11/12 December 12 – 6 pm Entrance is via the ramp off Western Street at the rear of the building.

Here & When, Embassy Court People 1936-1990

Sue Milnthorpe & Paul Roberts have installed a display in Embassy Court Foyer, which you can visit as part of the Artists Open Houses & the Embassy Court Art Trail during May 2010. The wall display shows the names of many of the people who have lived in Embassy Court. The information was collected...

Artists’ Open Houses Weekends 1-23 May 2010

Visit the artists living and working at Embassy Court and follow our trail from the main entrance through the foyer.  Your visit will include:- A site-specific piece in the foyer by Sue Milnthorpe and Paul Roberts (an artist collaborating with an historian); Flat 63, a magnificent corner flat, with...

Guided Tours of Embassy Court

Tour dates for 2015 As a private building, Embassy Court is normally closed to the public. Guided tours offer an opportunity to see inside the building and hear its story. Tours run at times from April to October, commonly during Brighton Festival Fringe and Heritage Open Days, and we also aim to run tours...

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