DANCE

Lemn Sissay MBE announced as Brighton Festival 2020 Guest Director

The acclaimed British and Ethiopian poet, playwright, broadcaster and speaker, Lemn Sissay MBE has been announced as the twelfth Brighton Festival Guest Director, following...

THE LADY BOYS OF BANGKOK Brighton Fringe

With entertainment soaring from start to finish at every performance, The Ladyboys of Bangkok is always brimming with magic. Originating out of Edinburgh in...

PREVIEW: Boxed ft Skream

The Arch // Sat 20 AprThe knockout club night Boxed returns to The Arch, headlining legendary DJ, Skream. He’ll join the Boxed resident DJs...

LGBT+ artist challenges body perceptions in show coming to ACCA this...

For the last ten years Scottee has been a prominent figure on the queer performance scene. After a decade of creating controversial and contentious art,...

South East Dance introduce new space with two-day festival

An arts charity committed to making life better through dance, presents an exciting two day festival of dance this month for all ages and abilities.Going forward...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: Ceyda Tanc, Kaya

There’s no mistaking the humanism and idealism contained within Ceyda Tanc’s muscular choreography. This is bold, driving dance that highlights the physicality, self-possession and...

BN1 chats with… Ceyda Tanc (Brighton Festival)

In the setting of her modern and bustling Brighton studio, Ceyda Tanc chats about how she took her hobby for dance as a child...

Best of Brighton Festival 2018: Shut Down

‘Vincent identifies, with forensic precision, the different ways in which men react to changing times.’ **** The Observer Feminist choreographer Charlotte Vincent’s wry, sensitive exploration into...

Dance Active Review | The Brighton Centre | Sun 6 Dec

Groups from across the city choreographed, rehearsed and polished dance pieces which were showcased at Brighton and Hove Dance Active on Sun 6 Dec....