Saturday, January 19, 2019

FESTIVAL REVIEW: A Change is Gonna Come

All of them virtuoso talents, the Change is Gonna Come supergroup were never less than dazzling, technically speaking. The reason for the evening’s hot-then-cold...

Flown comes to Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre

Pirates of the Carabina’s captivating and comic aerial adventure Flown soars to the Pavilion Theatre on Thurs 28 July – Sun 31 July, as...

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...

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...

Eastenders’ Lisa Hammond returns to the stage with two-woman comedy/theatre show

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For many contemporary actors, theatre is their home - it’s where many start their careers; a place where they feel most comfortable. Actor and...

Theatre November 2017

THE DUMB WAITER Tues 7 – Sat 11 Nov Rialto Theatre Two assassins hide in a basement, waiting for their next victim to walk in...

BN1 chats with… Calixto Bieito (Brighton Festival)

The end of our conversation is perhaps its most illuminating moment “I’m very easy going. I’m not the Tarantino of the opera,” Calixto Bieito...

No Man’s Land: the new installation from David Attenborough’s sound techie

If you’re the sort of person that loves yakking on about their ‘gap yah’, how much you adore scuba diving or how you ‘found...

Brighton Shakespeare Company present The Comedy of Errors

Written by William Shakespeare and directed by Mark Brailsford, Brighton Shakespeare Company present The Comedy of Errors at BOAT on Weds 27 June -...

August is a great month for theatre

THEATRE PREVIEWS THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST WEDS 1 - SAT 4 AUG BRIGHTON OPEN AIR THEATRE One of Oscar Wilde’s most popular plays will be re-enacted this...

Review: Circus’cision – Those That Made The Cut

Circus'cision... sounds painful, right? Be ready to laugh, cringe and cry at this raunchy, fun-filled evening of super-talented performers! Opening night at the Spiegeltent was as...

Best of Brighton Theatre in October 2018

Pot Thurs 4 Oct Brighton Dome Pot is the tense and thrilling new play by Ambreen Razia. It’s the morning, but when Louisa wakes up there’s no...