- July 26, 2010
Brighton’s biggest seafront show since Fatboy saw six thousand people watch Tony Hawk and The Birdhouse team provide an eye popping spectacle, backed up by Maxïmo Park and celeb supporters. Val Aviv was there to question Tony and his star guests and our cameras were in the VIP area and on the ramp to get some of the most amazing footage ever of the skateboarding legend. skateboarding legend.
This edition of Brighton Lights also has Julie Anne Gilburt and Mike Weatherley find the best Indian restaurant in Hove while The Road director John Hillcoat meets the next generation of media stars from Bhasvic. To become part of Brighton’s TV station come to our open meetings every Tuesday at 6.30pm at Latest MusicBar in Manchester Street, Brighton. Around 10,000 people have watched our shows in the few weeks since we started. A dream coming true. As our slogan says 200, 000 people but a million dreams. That’s Brighton.
Bill Smith, Brighton Lights