What is Brighton?

  • (noun): A city in East Sussex in southern England that is a popular resort; site of the University of Sussex.

Brighton

Brighton i/ˈbraɪtən/ is the major part of the city and unitary authority of Brighton and Hove (formed from the previous towns of Brighton, Hove, Portslade and several other villages) on the south coast of Great Britain. Formerly part of the non-metropolitan county of East Sussex, it remains part of the ceremonial county of East Sussex, within the historic county of Sussex.

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Inspector Steine
... Set in a police station in Brighton in the 1950s, it tells the story of Inspector Steine (Michael Fenton Stevens) and his colleagues Sergeant Brunswick (John Ramm) and Constable Twitten (Matt Green ... The programme was inspired by the opening rolling caption about crime in Brighton at the beginning of the film Brighton Rock, which claimed that Brighton was now (in ... Lynne Truss has written that "This highly unrealistic reassurance prefacing Brighton Rock was the inspiration for the comedy series Inspector Steine...I wanted to write about a celebrity police inspector in ...
Killer Net - Locations
... Killer Net is set and many scenes were filmed in Brighton, East Sussex ... However the scenes set in Brighton on the actual game "Killer Net" were all filmed in Islington in and around the Camden Passage antique area ... The University that the students attend is not Brighton University but in fact the University of Surrey in Guildford ...
Geography Of Sussex - Human Geography - Economic Geography
... and Crawley that stretches southwards to Brighton and northwards to Croydon in south London ... Brighton and Hove - with a high density of businesses involved in media, particularly digital or "new media", since the 1990s Brighton has been referred to as "Silicon Beach" ...
John Purchas
... John Purchas, (born at Cambridge, 14 July 1823 died at Brighton, 18 October 1872), was an author and a priest of Church of England who was prosecuted for ... Paul's, Brighton, 1861–66 and perpetual curate of St ... James' Chapel, Brighton, after 1866 ...