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A Christmas Carol comes to Brighton’s Old Courtroom

A festive treat using the same script that Dickens performed from more than 150 years ago, European Arts Company returns with A Christmas Carol...

Faustus: That Damned Woman reignites a dark tale at the Lyric...

Lyric Hammersmith Theatre
We're proud to unveil the new Faustus: That Damned Woman image for our co-production with @HeadlongTheatre. https://t.co/KVdEykT6jp pic.twitter.com/0LMHlcjAfQ — Lyric Hammersmith Theatre (@LyricHammer) October 30,...

BN1 talks to Clarabelle The Cow, star of Jack And The...

You can’t have Christmas without a pantomime. Every year the great and the good come together to celebrate Britain’s favourite theatre form. For 2019,...

Daniel Sloss interview

Fast becoming one of the world’s biggest comedy names Netflix released his live shows, DARK and Jigsaw, Danieil Sloss is fast becoming one of...

BN1 chats with Peter Pan star Nicola Hume

Christmas encompasses many completely different traditions from all over the world, from rollerblading in Venezuela to eating fried caterpillars in South Africa. Pantomime is...

BN1 talks to Rhys James

“Sometimes people point at me and say: ‘Who are you?’ That’s too deep a question to be asking in the street,” Rhys James tells...

CINECITY 2019 brings astonishing cinema to Brighton

This November sees the return of CINECITY for its 17th triumphant year. Running from the 8th to the 17th, the film festival once again...

Lily Rigby’s What The Water Gave Me comes to Onca Gallery

There’s nowhere on this island more than 70 miles from the coast. Britain has always held a special relationship with water, rivers and the...

Sex and Disability – ground-breaking musical debuts at Purple Playhouse Theatre

A new musical play by Brighton-based writer Damien Darkness, directed by Judey Bignell and featuring songs from Birdeatsbaby’s Mishkin Fitzgerald, seeks to address the...

Fat Boy Slim participates in street art auction for Hove Lagoon

Norman Cook (Fatboy Slim) and his daughter Nelly have signed four exclusive murals by Brighton street artist Cassette Lord; which will go to auction...

Booth Musuem exhibit lands starring role in BBC1’s His Dark Materials

The ‘Booth’, the natural history museum in Brighton loaned a stuffed hare to the production company – who used the animal as a starting...

BN1 talks to Henry Paker

Henry Paker is not just a stand-up comedian. No, he has three strings to his bow: stand-up, writing and illustration. For years he has...