The Max Miller Appreciation Society
at Bardsley's Fish Restaurant
THE MAX MILLER EXHIBITION AT BARDSLEY’S
The Max Miller Appreciation Society is chuffed that premises have been found where items from its collection can be exhibited.
THE MAX MILLER DISPLAY IN BARDSLEY'S FISH RESTAURANT IN BRIGHTON
WHERE THE CHEEKY CHAPPIE MEETS THE CHEEKY CHIPPY
The exhibition was opened on Sunday, 7th. June 2009 by Michael Aspel OBE and visited by Ken Dodd OBE Patron of the Max Miller Appreciation Society on 3 August 2009.
The exhibition was relocated into the main dining room in August 2015. Regrettably there was no room for the display cabinet containing the suit but the new location is certainly more desirable for telling the story of Max.
The display tells the story of Max, his early life when the family was so poor they could not pay the rent and had to move homes frequently. Photographs, playbills, posters are all there to tell the story. The exhibition continues to this day and can be viewed during opening hours of the restaurant.
The pub sign was recovered from a skip in Kennington after the Cheeky Chappie Pub was demolished. For the video of the launch party CLICK HERE
BARDSLEY'S FISH RESTAURANT
Probably Brighton 's most popular fish and chip shop and restaurant with a large loyal clientele. Traditional and family-run with all your favourites and excellent daily fish specials. Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday, it's also a great party venue. There are massive fish platters and seasonal seafood, plus vegetarian choices.
22-23 Baker Street, Brighton, BNI 4JN
Phone: 01273 681256
HOW TO GET THERE
CLICK HERE FOR MAP
Restaurant opening times:
Tuesday to Saturday
12:00 to 3:00 pm
4:30 to 9:30 pm
Out of hours visits by arrangement with Bardsley's and the MMAS
The restaurant at present closed owing to the coronavirus but is open for takeaways and home deliveries.
Max would say, "It's all good stuff, no rubbish!"