50th anniversary of Max Miller’s death, 7th May 1963

On Bank Holiday Monday 6 May at 2pm, members of the Max Miller Appreciation Society gathered on Brighton seafront for the official opening of the MAX MILLER WALK in the company of Brighton & Hove’s Mayor & Mayoress and Michael Aspel OBE.

Max Miller Appreciation Society  with the Mayor of Brighton
Max Miller Appreciation Society with the Mayor of Brighton and Michael Aspel
Michael Aspel unveiling Max Miller Walk'
Michael Aspel unveiling Max Miller Walk

We were joined by members of the British Music Hall Society. 2013 is a special year for MMAS as it marks 50 years since Max died at his Burlington Street, Brighton home on 7th May 1963.

MMAS will be delighted to hear from anymore with stories or memories of Max in and around his home town of Brighton.

Our website is www.maxmiller.org

Jack Strutt

2 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    Memories of Max Miller live-on in abundance because of the foresight of the society called There’ll Never be Another. The dedication and imagination of that splendid committee ensure that the spirit of great good humour prevails in Sussex. I live in Wales but I can feel the glow from here !!. Wyn Calvin.

  2. THE CONTINUATION OF THE ABILITY OF THE WONDERFUL MAX MILLER IS BEING KEPT TO THE FORE BY SOME VERY NICE PEOPLE WHO HOPEFULLY WILL KEEP THE NAME GOING AND SO GIVE MODERN PERFORMER SOMETHING TO GIVE THEM A GUIDE AS TO HOW IT WAS DONE. IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THE ARCHIVE MATERIAL IS BEING HANDED DOWN ~ KENNY CANTOR

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