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Rizzle Kicks open Brighton pop-up shop
WITH VIDEO: A stream of screaming girls snaked their way through Church Road as they waited to get a glimpse of their pop heroes Rizzle Kicks on Saturday.
The Brighton duo were back in their home town to open a pop-up shop in the Old Courtroom Theatre before later performing an intimate gig.
The band have transformed the building into a pop-up store complete with tea-cups, T-shorts and trinkets.
Jordan Stephens said he was delighted to be back in Brighton, the final stop of the band’s Roaring 20s Imaginarium tour before headlining Shakedown festival at Stanmer Park.
He said: “It is great to bring the tour to a climax in Brighton.
“It is the town we spent growing up in and it means a lot to come back here and for it to be the last one.
“I have walked past the building often – and swam at the Prince Regent – but had never been inside. The set up is amazing.
“There is a huge queue outside and it feels like a good vibe and a very Brighton feel – like the Brighton we know and love.”
A horde of teenage girls queued for hours for a chance to meet Jordan and Harley.
Millie Coe, 16, from Crowborough, said: “I am in love with Jordan – I’m his biggest fan.
“I’ve seen the band more times than I can count. I love them.”
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