Tuesday, March 26, 2019

The House on Cold Hill comes to Theatre Royal

Best-selling Brighton-born author Peter James is back with a new adaptation of his modern-day thriller The House on Cold Hill. The show features former...

What’s on in theatres across Brighton in February 2019

THE BLACK CAT // “SALON DES ARTISTES” 15-16 FEB // THE OLD MARKET An intimate evening of five-star variety from London’s cabaret trailblazers and award-winners heads...

REVIEW: A Pair of Pantos, Marlborough Theatre, 20/12/2018

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Director: Hester Chillingworth Cast: Hester Chillingworth, Nicki Hobday, Peter Hobday, Subira Wahogo Deliriously inventive, A Pair Of Pantos delivers with panache all the things you expect...

REVIEW: Christmas Queens, Brighton Dome, Mon 3 Dec

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Returning for its fourth time, the Christmas Queens was definitively the kickoff of a very eleganza extravaganza type of holiday season. The two-hour drag...

REVIEW: Aladdin, Worthing Pavilion Theatre. No ‘Tragedy’ at all!

Aladdin : The Pantomime
As a relative newbie to Pantomime, having never been as a child thanks to my cruel parents (who never let me watch cartoons either),...

The best of Brighton theatre shows in Dec 2018 – Jan...

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ROCKY HORROW SHOW Thurs 13 Dec - Sat 5 Jan Theatre Royal Brighton Join the world’s favourite rock ‘n’ roll musical at a Christmas party like no...

A Pair of Pantos brings inclusive Christmas theatre to Brighton this...

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The pantomime is a staple of British festive entertainment. Unfortunately, during the last 50 years, it’s become increasingly stale and irrelevant. Matters haven’t always...

1927’s The Animals and Children Took to the Streets comes to...

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Award-winning theatre company 1927 returns to The Old Market this Christmas with a breathtaking theatrical journey of startling originality. It’s the second time global sensation...

Monsters: A Modern Frankenstein Story comes to Rialto

Monsters: A Modern Frankenstein Story
It’s been 200 years since Mary Shelley’s gothic horror Frankenstein was published to an unsuspecting public. Since then, the book has been adapted for...

Theatre show takes introspection to a new level

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Chris Pine, Green Ginger’s artistic director and performer, has managed to squeeze me into his very busy schedule. As the award-winning performance company perfect...

Best of theatre in Brighton this November

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The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Tues 13 - Sat 17 Nov Theatre Royal Mischief Comedy return to Brighton with their latest show The Comedy About A...

Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures – review

Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures, an immersive theatre experience with an ever more popular escape room style flavour, has finally opened its doors. Located...