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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...

Room For A Man – film review

Director – Anthony Chidiac Runtime – 77 minutes Fabrica Gallery, Brighton, on Thurs 1 Nov Towner Gallery, Eastbourne, on Thurs 2 Nov. Anthony Chidiac’s Room For A Man...

BN1 recommends… Week 4 at Brighton Fringe Festival

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There's still time to catch one of our recommended shows at this year's Fringe festival! Why not immerse yourself in a suspenseful romance with The...

Louie Spence interview

There was only one question asked when anyone heard I spoke to Louie Spence last month. People’s need to know what he was truly...

REVIEW: Laura Veirs, Komedia

Veirs cuts a geeky, confident figure onstage. Her voice is lucid, child-like, delivered without pretension, without a trace of vibrato or studied ‘singerly’ embellishment....

FILM REVIEW: Capernaum

Capernaum is a Realist drama with minor discrepancies set in contemporary Lebanon about a prepubescent boy who’s sues his parent’s for being born after...

Upcoming Shows and Events at Otherplace

Otherplace at the Basement has a number of upcoming comedy shows and workshops over the next few weeks. Starting the 30th Jan, Otherplace at...

The Color Run hits Brighton this September

THE FINAL COLOR RUN OF 2017 IS RETURNING TO BRIGHTON, AND IT’S LOOKING DREAMY…  The Color Run is returning to the UK for the fifth time - and this year it’s...

TV Highlights – April 2017

Better Call Saul Tues 11 April Better Call Saul (above) returns for a third series on Netflix. The Breaking Bad prequel follows small time attorney Jimmy McGill (Bob...

Rave like a champ with our survival guide to the 2018...

You’ve kissed Mummy and Daddy goodbye, made a faithful promise to ‘not drink too much’ and screeched off in your mate’s buggered Honda Civic...

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...

Robin Driscoll – the Mr Bean writer talks about his debut...

From the misadventures of the quintessentially awkward, Reliant Robin-hating, Englishman, to a chancer on the run with stolen mob money, Robin Driscoll places larger-than-life...