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BN1 Chats with… Dane Baptiste

The weekday existence of a rising comedian doesn’t meet my preconceptions it seems. Rather than lunching with a boisterous entourage at some trendy eatery,...

UK festival round-up for June-July

PARKLIFE SAT 9 – SUN 10 JUNE HEATON PARK, MANCHESTER www.parklife.uk.com One of Manchester’s biggest festival returns this year in one of Europe’s largest urban parks, Heaton Park. This independent festival...

Event submissions open for Brighton Digital Festival

Brighton Digital Festival today opens their website for event submissions from local, national and international event organisers. By officially submitting their event as part...

Tru Thoughts 18th Birthday – Rob Luis interview

It’s a long way from hosting sweaty hip-hop parties to celebrating your record company’s 18th birthday at Brighton & Hove’s most prestigious venue. For...

Reading Festival 2017 review

Reading Festival 2017 will be remembered for a few things; a diverse line-up, glorious sunshine…and pineapples. The latter was thanks to one of the...

Fatty Fat Fat @ Fat Pride – Katie Greenall interview

Katie Greenall at FAT Cabaret by Helen James
Katie Greenall is asking: ‘Do you ever feel like your body takes up too much space in world that doesn’t want to make any...

Brighton Pride – Building a sustainable future

Brighton Pride has become an iconic celebration of the LGBTQ community, arguably the largest Pride event in the UK. It attracts thousands of people...

Brighton Electric Studios

Behind the doors of the old tramway house on Lewes Road, the future is brewing. You can feel it in the vibrations of the...

Revelations at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews Revelations as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
In this frank and funny one-woman show, actress and writer Charlotte Mulliner plays many parts as she takes us on a lapsed Christian’s personal...

Transcendence Review

Transcendence, Wally Pfister’s debut directional effort, brings together a wide selection of ideas, but is it an epic film, or an epic fail? It’s Her...

REVIEW: A Pair of Pantos, Marlborough Theatre, 20/12/2018

a pair of pantos
Director: Hester Chillingworth Cast: Hester Chillingworth, Nicki Hobday, Peter Hobday, Subira Wahogo Deliriously inventive, A Pair Of Pantos delivers with panache all the things you expect...

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...