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Shakespeare Unbound at The Old Market

Colin David Reese brings to life his unique vision of Shakespeare’s theatre. Drawing on 40 years of experience as a professional actor and his...

Theatre Royal Brighton Goes Out Of Hours

Theatre Royal Brighton is offering several exciting events in some unusual places on Wed 23 April – Sun 4 May 2014. This mini festival of...

The Love Island Experience with Luna cinema Brighton review

Meganne Gerbeau reviews The Love Island Experience, as the ITV hit show comes to Brighton’s Luna Beach Cinema
Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the growing popularity of ITV2’s summer reality TV show where singletons are sent to sunny Mallorca...

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...

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...

August is a great month for theatre

THEATRE PREVIEWS THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST WEDS 1 - SAT 4 AUG BRIGHTON OPEN AIR THEATRE One of Oscar Wilde’s most popular plays will be re-enacted this...

Best of Artist’s Open Houses 2018: John and Jane Weaver’s House

A celebration of John Weaver's (1930-2018) life. This year, John and Jane Weaver’s Brunswick Open House will reopen again for Artists Open Houses 2018 exhibiting John Weaver’s...

The Comedy of Errors at Theatre Royal

In one of Shakespeare’s smartest and most farcical plays, two sets of estranged twins separated at birth find themselves in the same city 25...

Lovebox announce first wave of 2017 lineup

If only everyone’s 15th birthday was as exciting as this! Lovebox return in July with their most explosive line up to date to celebrate...

Brighton Film Quartet’s Celebration of Women

International Women’s Day is bringing a whole host of events to our city. One of the most unique is a Celebration Of Women In...

Peace at Redfest – Review

This was my first time at Redfest and, to be honest, it was a festival I knew little if anything about. What drew me...

First Wave of Artists Announced for Secret Garden Party 2017

The award-winning Secret Garden Party has got us all excited after announcing its first wave of artists for 2017’s festival, taking place between 20th...