Exhibitions and info events at Jubilee Library

November 2019

Monday 4 to Saturday 9 November, Max Miller Appreciation Society

The exhibition is to celebrate 20 years since the formation of the Max Miller Appreciation Society, which was set up in the city in 1999 to celebrate the life of ‘The Cheeky Chappie’, Max Miller, the greatest stand-up comedian of his era. In the Foyer

Saturday 16 November, Fun in Action for Children

Fun in Action for Children will be recruiting potential new Volunteer Befrienders to support disadvantaged children within the Brighton & Hove area. Information boards will be used, leaflets will be given out and members of the charity will be there to talk to potential befrienders to explain the work of the charity and role of Befriender. In the Information Point.

Monday 25 November to Saturday 7 December, World Aids Day

Brighton & Hove City Council will be displaying the Brighton & Hove AIDS Memorial Quilt with a supporting exhibition looking at the history of the quilt, the people memorialised within it and the time of its creation. In the Foyer (till 1 December) and the Window (till the 8 December) 

Exhibitions in the Tony Miller Reading Room

Monday 7 October to Sunday 5 April, Moon Gazing: A display of rare lunar literature. Voyage through the spheres of astronomy, mythology, fiction and poetry. Including works by Galileo, Jules Verne and William Blake, and illustrations from many eras and cultures.
Please note that the Reading Room is sometimes used for private bookings, so do call ahead before making a special trip.

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