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Brighton Museum kick off International Women’s Day celebrations

The city's International Women's Day celebrations will kick off at Brighton Museum and Brighton Dome. There will be a specially curated programme of inspiring...

The Best New TV Releases – July 2017

Game of Thrones Season 7 Mon 17 July Sky Atlantic The seventh season of George R. R. Martin’s sweeping fantasy epic is here, and the ominous words...

On the Beach / The Islanders at The Old Market

Show And Tell present a double-bill of acclaimed theatre pieces, heralding seaside adventure and escapism. John Osborne has spent the past twelve months visiting British...

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...

I’m a Phoenix, Bitch. Brighton Fringe

Bryony
Performance art exists to break boundaries of dramatic tradition and contemplate radical ideas. Feminist theatre-maker and artist, Bryony Kimmings, has often played around with...

The War Of The Worlds at Brighton Centre review

Old age catches up with us all. And it’s no different whether you’re a musician or a piece of music. Despite creaking...

Gaming Previews for December

Steep Release Date: Fri 2 Dec Platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One Ubisoft’s new multiplayer-focused extreme sports game Steep pits players against each other in four...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Woodland

Woodland is an audio work that invites you to lay down in a pleasant area surrounded by trees and ferns. Placing the headphones over...

The Punks Picnic comes to Brighton Open Air Theatre

Punk never dies, it just gets a little older and perhaps settles down with kids. So, where do you go if you fancy a...

The Treason Show

Brighton's legendary satirical comedy show is fast approaching its 17th year. The Treason Show presents a team of multi-talented performers unleashing quick-fire, topical sketches...

Brighton Gamblers spoilt for choice with more online and land based...

A couple of years ago, if you wanted a night at the casino, there were really only three options in Brighton. Today, casino culture...

Endgame at Emporium Review

Samuel Beckett's Endgame is going to be a dark and tragic comedy regardless of how it's portrayed. But the subtle nuances, little looks and...