Women’s Fashion in the 1920s

Women’s fashion changed so significantly in the 1920s because of the social and political changes that occured in this exuberant decade. Social Life and the Arts After the horrors of the First World War, when thousands of young men died fighting in the trenches, … Continued

Mae West visit to Brighton 1948

On the 10 May 1948, screen siren Mae West took her seat at Brighton’s Theatre Royal for the European premiere of  ‘Ladies, Please!’ She co-wrote the play and was in town to attend its European premiere, bringing with her a … Continued



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