TheBrighton Hammam lived on as a cinema

The Brighton Hammam lived on as a cinema
< Photo courtesy Brighton History Centre: Photographer unknown

The Academy Picture House, formerly the Brighton Hammam which closed around 1910. The Hammam was opened by the Brighton Turkish Bath Co Ltd at 59 West Street, in 1868.

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The Brighton Hammam

Performance in the raw. Part 5: the shampooing ritual

Women and the Victorian Turkish bath. Part 3: Women and the first baths

Heritaging the Victorian Turkish bath. Part 4: Styling the bath

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