Sunday, March 24, 2019

Trope with Salena Godden and others come to The Basement

Trope Salena Godden Brighton
Brighton Dome’s incredible spoken word showcase returns to The Basement on Fri 22 March. Once again, it’ll feature top UK artists, local musicians, a...

England Away at The Old Market

The Future Is Unwritten presents Paul Hodson’s upfront and comic play about passion, patriotism and ‘Englishness’. England Away is about four English football fans who...

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...

Swimming with Refugees on Brighton Beach

Morpheus Theatre, producers of the upcoming Brighton Fringe show ‘Owltime’, are Swimming With Refugees on Sat 5 March. Running from 12-5pm on the beach...

BN1 Chats with… Inua Ellams

Award-winning poet Inua Ellams began his career as a graphic designer in London, delving into the world of poetry and playwriting in 2002. Back...

Dr Rosy Carrick and her Passionate Machine

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We have all wished we could travel back in time at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for nostalgia, to prevent an event...

Our Country’s Good comes to Theatre Royal

Max Stafford-Clark's acclaimed revival of Timberlake Wertenbaker's Olivier Award winning play Our Country’s Good visits Theatre Royal Brighton from Tue 11 – Sat 15...

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...

Handmade Mysteries ‘Lady Chastity’s Reserve’ Review

On an unassuming ‘hump-day’, myself and a few of my colleagues found ourselves standing at the back of The Black Lion in The Lanes,...

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),...

BN1 chats with… Adam (Brighton Festival)

As Adam Kashmiry chats away describing his established life in Glasgow and newly found bug for acting, it’s hard to imagine him as a...

Louie Spence interview

There was only one question asked when anyone heard I spoke to Louie Spence last month. People’s need to know what he was truly...