Where you can watch the coronation

Find out where you can watch the coronation on a big screen in Jubilee Square on Saturday 6 May. 

We have secured funding from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to host the event.

The big screen will be set-up with a covered area to ensure the space can be used whatever the weather. There will also be some food and drink stalls onsite as well as space for people to bring their own picnics.

The screening begins at 10am.

The coronation ceremony begins at 11am.

The site will close at 3:30pm.

A Right Royal Spectacle: The Coronation of George IV 

This walkthrough display celebrates the accession to the throne by one of the most extravagant British kings in history. Throughout the ground floor of the Royal Pavilion, you will see pictures, costumes, documents and objects from George’s spectacular coronation.

11 March to 10 September 2023

Royal Pavilion & Garden, Brighton & Hove

Admission payable, members free.

Portraits of King Charles

A display of pennant shaped portraits of King Charles III made by local schoolchildren to celebrate the coronation.

5 May to 4 June

Hove Museum & Art Gallery, New Church Road

Find museum opening times on Brighton Museums' website.

Creative challenge

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has launched a national creative challenge to encourage children, young people and adults to join in the coronation celebrations.

People are invited to share their creations and coronation celebration ideas by sending an email to coronation@dcms.gov.uk, or by tagging DCMS on Twitter or Instagram. Creative challenge creations will be featured on the Coronation website and on social media channels.

Find more information about the Creative challenge on gov.uk.

A pencil portrait of King Charles by a child at a local school