The dream of live performances returning to a derelict theatre that once hosted the Beatles could become a reality. Campaigners feared plans to transform the Brighton Hippodrome into a cinema would spell the end of it as a live venue.
Those plans have since been dropped and the site's been bought by the Academy Music Group. They'll spend the next six months comparing options for the building's future. Here's David Fisher from Brighton Hippodrome CIC.
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