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Review: The Jungle Book, Emporium, Thursday 8th July

Despite my excitement, I was close to cancelling my arranged slot to review Emporium’s production of The Jungle Book. I had come down with...

Open Gallery projects unique show at BDF2015

Open Gallery will be projecting a unique series of video paintings onto the exterior of 68 Middle Street on Mon 7 Fri 11 Sept....

Best of Brighton film releases in January

Taken 3 Thurs 8 Jan Does anyone remember when Liam Neeson was the cuddly single dad in Love Actually? Or playing Oscar Schindler? Now he...

Made Brighton unveils magical festive event this Nov

Made Brighton comes to the stunning St Bartholomew’s Church for a fourth time this month. Running from 10.30am – 5.30pm across two days, this...

The History Boys Review

It had been a while since I’d last been to the theatre; needless to say I was excited for what The History Boys had...

Best of Brighton comedy – April 2015

ELLIE TAYLOR Fri 10 Apr Komedia Ellie Taylor’s first foray at Edinburgh – Elliementary received critical acclaim for its treatment of the big topics and hard hitting...

Noël Coward’s Tonight at 8.30 for Theatre Royal

Blanche McIntyre, 2013’s winner of the UK Theatre Award for Best Director, directs an ensemble cast in Noël Coward’s Tonight at 8.30, when it...

BN1 chats to… James Acaster

Offering astute and deadpan deconstructions of everyday life, James Acaster is slowly forcing his way in to the comedy big time. This gentle 29...

Urinetown: The Musical

It's the not so distant future. A terrible water shortage and 20-year drought has led to a government ban on private toilets and a...

Super Sunday Circus review at the Brighton Dome

Super Sunday
Super Sunday is hands-down the most uncompromising, anarchic circus I’ve experienced. When six acrobats from the Finnish Race Horse Company take to the stage...

Breakout Festival Acts Dictate Line-Up

Brighton's very own outdoor rock and metal festival, ‘Breakout’, gave local aspiring acts the incredible opportunity to be on the festival's bill by being...

Worthing Oxjam Festival returns

Oxjam, which began back in 2006, seeks to connect music lovers all over the UK under the common desire to fight poverty and suffering...