Past Event

Giddy Brighton

11 Feb 2016

'Jimi Hendrix signed my tambourine and I had to run for my life'

Giddy Brighton is an exhibition of films, interviews and images at University of Brighton, gathered from The Keep, Brighton Museum, Screen Archive South East and local residents by students from Longhill High School.

You can also download the app, which enables you to walk vicariously down memory lane with Giddy on a walking tour exploring memories of Brighton & Hove life during the 40s, 50s, and 60s, revealing youthful memories straight from the mouths of the people who lived them. Hear stories of first kisses, endless dances, adventures and exploits.

Download the app at giddybrighton.com

Image courtesy of QueenSpark Books' Brighton & Hove Photographic Collection

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