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A 20 Middle Street, Brighton, associated with William Friese-Greene.
F Brighton Aquarium (now Sealife Centre), where regular film shows were given in the late 1890s.
K Charles Urban lived at Clarendon Mansions from 1938.

go to directory entry 02 Site of Court Theatre/Cinema, New Road, Brighton.
go to directory entry 05 Site of Cinema-de-Luxe, 150 North Street.
go to directory entry 06 Site of Grand Picture Palace, 78 West Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 07 Site of Novelty Electric Theatre, 27 West Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 09 Coronation Cinema, 104 North Road, Brighton.
go to directory entry 10 Site of Academy Theatre, 59 West Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 11 Bijou Electric Empire cinema (now Burger King).
go to directory entry 12 Site of Imperial Picture Palace, 5 St James's Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 13 Site of Palladium Cinema, 85 King's Road, Brighton (now part of the Brighton Centre).
go to directory entry 16 Site of Regent Cinema (now Boots occupies the site).
go to directory entry 17 Savoy Cinema-Theatre (ABC), 75 East Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 23 Site of Imperial Cinema, 134 North Street
go to directory entry 24 Site of Odeon, West Street/Little Russell Street, Brighton.
go to directory entry 25 Odeon Kingswest, King's Road/West Street, Brighton.

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Page updated 29 November 2005