The city likes to think of itself as a place where the "creative
industries" thrive, and are encouraged. We have the annual Brighton
Festival, the biggest arts festival in England, and its ever expanding
We have Kommedia, and the culture of comedy.
We have an art college (actually the art faculty of Brighton University)
and we have a large population of resident artists.
Here's the question:
Which creative 'L' took their name from their local park, or was it
from the name of a revolutionary movement from the time of the English