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Lee "Scratch" Perry and Max Romeo, Brighton Dome | reviews, news & interviews

Lee "Scratch" Perry and Max Romeo, Brighton Dome

Lee "Scratch" Perry and Max Romeo, Brighton Dome

A night of reggae legends at the Brighton Festival

Lee 'Scratch' Perry: Barmy but not as entertaining as his old sparring partner Max Romeo

There are often times when I dislike the smoking ban. Tonight was one such. A few years ago, a gig such as this would have been awash with marijuana smoke and that was as it should be. At a guess I'd suggest the crowd, who range from 16 to 60, or older, and seem thoroughly disparate, all have one thing in common: that they enjoy the odd toke.

There are often times when I dislike the smoking ban. Tonight was one such. A few years ago, a gig such as this would have been awash with marijuana smoke and that was as it should be. At a guess I'd suggest the crowd, who range from 16 to 60, or older, and seem thoroughly disparate, all have one thing in common: that they enjoy the odd toke.

As the set progresses it becomes clear something a bit special is going on

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