Category:Prince Albert Mural (Brighton 2017)

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The updated Prince Albert Mural, also known as "Icons" is on the side of the Prince Albert Pub, Trafalgar Street, Brighton, on the wall facing Frederick Place.

This newer version of the mural appeared when the rest of the building exterior was renovated and repainted, and included some additional singers who had died since the creation of the earlier 2013 version.

2017 listing: "Rock Icons":


The wall also has two other long-standing paintings, George Best from behind (red football shirt No.7), and Banksy's "Kissing Policemen" mural repro, under plastic.

2018 update: Aretha Franklin

With the death of iconic soul singer Aretha Franklin (25 March 1942 - 16 August 2018), the mural was updated with a portrait of Aretha over the letters R.E.S.P.E.C.T.. The new "Aretha" section of the mural appeared on Monday 20th August 2018, and replaces George Best.

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