Saturday, January 19, 2019

BalletBoyz’s Life at Brighton Dome

Pontus Lidberg and Javier de Frutos in their respective commissions Rabbit and Fiction capture the audience’s imagination with a nonsensical look at life, death...

Theatre News

PIGHOG LAUNCHES FIRST BRITISH SIGN LANGUAGE POETRY NIGHT THURS 29 MARCH NIGHTINGALE ROOM In an effort to bring poetry in all its forms to as wide an...

BN1 chats with… Grace Eyre Street

A short distance from you, even closer than you may think, there’s a vertical community of eclectic characters. After a sold-out run at last...

Gilbert & Sullivan’s Iolanthe comes to the Brighton stage

Perhaps Gilbert & Sullivan’s greatest work, Iolanthe is a heady mixture of fairies, political satire and magnificent songs. This timeless operetta centres around a disruptive love affair...

Norman Pace talks about One Man, Two Guvnors

Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors has seen astonishing success. In just four years, it’s delighted over a million people worldwide. Now the National...

What The Butler Saw at Emporium

'What The Butler Saw', Joe Orton's, final and funniest farce, comes to Emporium Brighton on Tue 21 April – Sat 9 May. Psychiatrist Dr. Prentice...

Blood Culture – reinvigorating British narrative audio drama

Bio-medical thriller, Blood Culture, is about to explore our 21st century anxieties. This podcast series looks at the marketisation of the human body, exploitation...

Chic BonBons present ‘The Glamour of Yesteryear’ review

After a day in the sun this past Bank Holiday Sunday, I ventured into the darkness for an evening of titillating dance and burlesque at Sweet Waterfront.

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Bang Said The Gun

Billed as ‘the poetry night for those who don’t usually like poetry’, Bang Said The Gun must be doing something right. It was the biggest crowd I’ve...

FRINGE REVIEW: DollyWould

“Can we, really quickly, talk about the boobs?” my companion asks later in the pub. Come the third week of May, there’s a certain...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Blaas (Blow)

More an experience than a show, Blaas (Blow) crosses the divide between audience and performance several times over. If you have a chance to see it...

What’s happening in theatre, April 2018

BN1 lists what's happening in theatre, this April. A Flea in her Ear, The Old Market, Tues 3 - Thurs 5 April This classic French farce by...