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Stealth Aspies at Brighton Fringe – review

Pointedly introduced in the third-person – ‘This is Thomas’ – ‘This is Rebecca’ – ‘This is Hannah’ –Stealth Aspies punctuated their performance with verbatim...

2100: A Space Novelty at Brighton Fringe – review

Nammie Matthews checks out the brilliant 2100: A Space Novelty as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Floating in a spaceship somewhere in the big black void, our hapless human thinks he’s alone. His ship, Jane, tells him there’s a 0.0000008%...

On screen with TV and Film this July

toy story
Toy Story 4 Fri 21 June, Cinema The moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here. After what we thought would be the end of...

Gigs & Nightlife this June in Brighton

Elton John
The Tiger Lillies This British punk band, made up of Martyn Jacques, Adrian Stout and Jonas Golland, might not be for the easily offended. Formed...

Summer Activities in Brighton & Hove

Summer activities - - Luna Cinema
Outdoor Cinemas  Whether you are looking to enjoy a classic film caressed by the gentle sea breeze or sat on a picnic blanket among the...

The Disco Bug and Bar in Brighton & Hove!

The Bug Bar - Discobug day
Justin Rushmore came up with the idea of serving cocktails, beats and beers from converted VW camper vans back in 2012. He now runs...

Ten top tips to maximise festival fun

Festival survival Guide - By Eva Rinaldi
Get Ready To Rumble: Get a hold of set times and stages beforehand and plan accordingly to avoid missing your favourite artist or finding...

BN1’s June comedy picks

Brighton Comedy Garden Sean Lock, Sara Pascoe, Henning When, Alan Davies, Rachel Parris, EdByrne all feature in Brighton’s first ever Comedy Garden Festival. The stellar...

Utopia: Under Construction at Brighton Fringe – review

Rebecca Weller reviews Utopia: Under Construction as it comes to Brighton Fringe 20129
Utopia: Under Construction sees three comedians from the South West breakdown societal barriers and build a new utopia with comedy in just one hour. Christian...

All Work, No Play at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews All Work, No Play, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Solo performer Alexander Grieve has set himself a challenge. It’s not often you see a one man show with no dialogue, but Grieve has...

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...

Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show at Brighton Fringe – review

Matthew Mulvay reviews the hilarious Cards Against Humanity: The Shame Show, as it comes to Brighton Fringe
Back by popular demand after a sold out run at Brighton Fringe 2018, Cards Against Humanity, The Shame Show returned to the city this...