BRIGHTON WALK OF FAME
The Brighton Walk of Fame is currently located at the prestigious Brighton Marina where it is displayed in a trail of 100 specially carved plaques. The Brighton Walk of Fame has been a resounding success and regarded as a Brighton Institution. There are 106 names inducted into the Brighton Walk of Fame with additional names to be invested annually.
WHO SHOULD BE INCLUDED
During the intervening years extensive research was undertaken to identify Brighton's celebrity community, past and present. There were obvious candidates - George IV, Max Miller, in his time the most famous comedian in England; Winston Churchill, Britain's great war-time leader who went to prep school in Hove, inventors like Magnus Volk who created the world's first public electric railway and authors such as Graham Greene who wrote the most famous Brighton book, Brighton Rock.