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I have fond memories of the Brighton Hippodrome. As a child I regularly was taken to see comedian Max Miller, knowing that he was naughty, yet oblivious to his innuendos. In its last year as a live theatre, I saw the Beatles.

Although my memories will never fade, this magnificent Grade ll* listed building’s position as one of the great entertainment palaces has long disappeared.

Adrian Morris, executive member for business/local economy/ jobs, Brighton, Hove & District Labour Party

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