Fabrica & Holy Trinity Church Tour - Heritage Open Days 3.00pm
Time & Location
About The Event
Join us for a relaxed accessible 30 minute led tour of our 200 year old building, a former Regency church which now houses a contemporary art gallery.
Find out more about the history of our building's architectural and social history in central Brighton. Discover the craftsmanship that created our beautiful space, including original and restored stained glass windows. You'll find out more about the lives of the diverse and sometimes prominent figures in the community who worshipped and preached here, and what has happened since it's deconsecration in the 1980's.
Suitable for all ages, this is an accessible tour on a site with a ramp entrance and disabled access loos. Please let us know if you have any access requirements and we will try our best to accommodate you. Please check out our full advice and information, including COVID-19 requirements, at the bottom of this page.
Presented as part of Past:Present:Future , a Heritage Lottery funded project in which we are researching the history of our 200 year old building, and presenting a series of events and materials as part of this learning.
This event is FREE but places are strictly limited so please book in advance. Donations welcome: add a donation ticket on top of your existing ticket(s) or follow this link to become a member.
You can also reserve a place by talking to a member of the gallery team by calling the Fabrica office on 01273 778646.
Online bookings will close 1 day before the event starts.
COVID-19 RELATED PROCEDURES
This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.
Face masks must be worn on site. Please bring your own if possible - we will have some single use masks available if you forget. Please let us know in advance if you are unable to wear a mask.
Our tour guides will wear visors so you are able to see their lips move, to follow the tour as easily as possible.
We ask attendees to remain in their personal groups and otherwise please social distance 1m+ from others while on site. For this reason, someone with a hearing impairment may find it more difficult to follow the tour as our tour leaders will also be adhering to strict social distancing, though they will try and speak loudly and clearly.
We are limiting bookings to 10 people per tour. The church is airy and there is enough room to spread out. Some visuals are used in the tour and we would ask people to be patient with one another and take turns in viewing anything, rather than crowding at any one point.
Thank you for your support.