The sixties was a decade of enormous change: from tower blocks, traffic jams and Sussex University to supermarkets, alternative lifestyles and mods and rockers. This talk will draw on the wealth of photographic and other evidence to chart and perhaps explain the era of ‘You’ve never had it so good’.
David Fisher is the chair of the Regency Society. He was a student in the 1960s. His website, brightonhistory.org.uk, documents the city’s places, builders, residents and entertainment. He is the author of Cinema-by Sea, an encyclopaedic history of film and cinema in Brighton, Hove and Shoreham (available in the West Pier Centre shop).
Ticket includes complimentary glass of wine.