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A heady mix of Regency grandeur with the exotic style of India and the Orient, the Royal Pavilion has become a true icon of Brighton and is one of the most dazzling buildings in Britain.

With a colourful history stretching back over 200 years, the Royal Pavilion was first built as a seaside pleasure palace for King George IV, but it has also served as a civic building and a hospital during the First World War.

A visit to the Royal Pavilion is a must for our visiting choirs, and the Regency style gardens will be a very special place indeed in which to perform.