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Snow is rare, but particularly severe falls were recorded in and Growth of the town was further encouraged by the patronage of the Prince Regent later King George IV after his first visit in Please note this is not a booking line for tickets for the theatre.

We are also proud to welcome The Duke of Wellingtonlovingly referred to as The Welly to our family of year-round venues. Archaeologists have only partially explored it, but have found numerous burial moundsBrighton dating and bones, suggesting it was a place of some importance.

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It lasted from toand is featured in paintings by both Turner and Constable. Prior to either of these structures, the famous Chain Pier was built, to the designs of Captain Samuel Brown.

Etymology[ edit ] Queens Road, one of the oldest streets in Brighton Brighton's earliest name was Bristelmestune, recorded in the Domesday Book. With central Brighton just 10 minutes walk away, the location is perfect for getting out of the town centre, but still having easy access to everything you could want!

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More foreign attacks, storms especially the devastating Great Storm ofa declining fishing industry, and the emergence of nearby Shoreham as a significant port caused its economy to suffer.

Over the next few decades, though, events severely affected its local and national standing, such that by "it was a forlorn town decidedly down on its luck". From the s it was a boarding point for boats travelling to France; road transport to London was improved [30] when the main road via Crawley was turnpiked in ; [31] and spas and indoor baths were opened by other entrepreneurial physicians such as Sake Dean Mahomed and Anthony Relhan who also wrote the town's first guidebook.

Brighthelmstone was the town's official name untilthough. The highest concentration of deprivation is in the Whitehawk, Moulsecoomb, and Hollingbury areas of the city but is also found around the St.

He sent many patients to "take the cure" in the sea at Brighton, published a popular treatise [note 1] on the subject, and moved to the town soon afterwards the Royal Albionone of Brighton's early hotels, occupies the site of his house.

In this period the modern form of the name Brighton came into common use.

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The Dukebox Theatre opened in Novemberand plays host to a variety of shows, including theatre, comedy, cabaret, music, and poetry.

The population declined to 2, in the early 18th century.

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Sweet The Welly is located up one flight of stairs, and is not fully accessible to those with wheelchairs or mobility issues. Sweet The Welly is an intimate space, bringing together comedy, spoken word, music, and small scale theatre to the very heart of Brighton, only five minutes away from Brighton Station on Upper Gloucester Road.

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The contemporary fad for drinking and bathing in seawater as a purported cure for illnesses was enthusiastically encouraged by Dr Richard Russell from nearby Lewes. Brighton lies between the South Downs and the English Channel to the north and south, respectively.

The major expansion of also incorporated the villages of PatchamOvingdean and Rottingdeanand much council housing was built in parts of Woodingdean after the Second World War. The population grew from around 7, in to more thanby The earliest settlement was by the beach at the bottom of the valley, [43] which was partly protected from erosion by an underwater shale-bar.

Changes in sea level affected the foreshore several times: Homelessness in Brighton[ edit ] InGovernment figures analysed by the charity Shelter revealed that Brighton and Hove had the worst rate for homelessness outside London and is worse than some boroughs in the capital.

All our venues barring Sweet The Welly have full disabled access. All our other Brighton venues are fully accessible to all ages.

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Although more than 40 variations have been documented, Brighthelmstone or Brighthelmston was the standard rendering between the 14th and 18th centuries.

The Sussex coast forms a wide, shallow bay between the headlands of Selsey Bill and Beachy Head ; Brighton developed near the centre of this bay around a seasonal riverthe Wellesbourne or Whalesbonewhich flowed from the South Downs above Patcham.