Event of the month: Nudity, drama and live music in Brighton

Drawing Circus at the Booth Museum in 2015. Picture: Nicholas Brekespere
Drawing Circus at the Booth Museum in 2015. Picture: Nicholas Brekespere

The Royal Pavilion’s sumptuous Music Room plays host to the Drawing Circus’s unique brand of theatrical life drawing at this unique, after-hours event.

Having won Best Museum Drawing Event for its night-time event at the Booth Museum in October 2015, the Drawing Circus is returning to Royal Pavilion & Museums for its 100th production.

With 12 models posing nude and in costume, accompanied by live music from the Drawchestra, this will be a night to remember.

Boasting a gilded dome ceiling, lotus-shaped chandeliers and walls decorated with Chinoiserie-style canvases featuring painted dragons, there can be few more inspiring interiors in which to unleash your artistic talents.

Jake Spicer, co-director of the Drawing Circus, said: “Since our first events in Brighton it has been our ambition to run a life class at the Royal Pavilion – it’s so exciting for us to finally be able to hold a session there!”

The event is suitable for all drawing abilities from complete novices to experienced artists.

The Drawing Circus

Tuesday, March 28, 7-10pm (£25, £20 students, includes drink and materials, book in advance), 16+

Royal Pavilion Music Room, Brighton

http://brightonmuseums.org.uk/discover/events/event/the-drawing-circus

http://www.thedrawingcircus.co.uk