St Michael’s Church

A wonderful opportunity to see individual works by Paula Dickinson, oil on card or board, in a spectacularly beautiful setting. The ‘Cathedral of the Backstreets’, St Michael’s is Grade I Listed, consisting of two churches made one. The first designed by Bodley, built in 1861-62, now forms the south aisle of the cathedral-like nave, completed in 1893-95 by Burges, including fine architecture, sculpture and woodwork, with magnificent Pre-Raphaelite stained glass windows by William Morris, Burne-Jones et al, and in the north aisle by Kempe & Tower.

  • Refreshments
  • New Open House
  • Disabled access
12.00pm -4.00pm
Directions: St Michael's is in the Clifton Hill area of Brighton, near to the Seven Dials Roundabout and only a 10 minute walk from the Railway Station and City Centre. Buses to Waitrose in Western Road or Churchill Square (all routes) up Montpelier Road, turn right into Victoria Road; or buses from the station to Seven Dials (7,14C, 22,77, etc.,) and walk down Vernon Terrace and turn left into Victoria Road.
Brighton, breezy day Paula Dickinson