THEATRE

Brighton Dome Receives Support from Arts Council England’s Emergency Response Fund

Brighton Dome has received vital support from Arts Council England (ACE) in response to its closure caused by the Covid-19 crisis. The registered arts...

A new chapter for Marlborough Productions, Brighton’s queer cultural innovators

Marlborough Productions, the company behind the Marlborough Pub & Theatre’s renowned cultural programme have ceased management of the historic LGBTQ+ Brighton venue. The company...

Glyndebourne offers young people the opportunity to attain an Arts Award...

Glyndebourne is offering young people the opportunity to attain an Arts Award from home. Arts Award is a national qualification, accredited by Trinity College...

Chichester Festival Theatre launches free streaming productions

For the first time, Chichester Festival Theatre is to stream a selection of its archive productions online, beginning with the musical Flowers for Mrs...

Brighton Festival 2020 cancelled for first time in 53-year history

Based on the latest government advice around social distancing measures and the peak of the Covid-19 epidemic in the UK is projected to coincide...

Brighton Fringe 2020 announces postponement

Following the announcement by the UK Government urging the general public not to visit “pubs, clubs, or theatres” and advice from Brighton & Hove...

Lock Down wins BN1 Bursary for Brighton Fringe 2020

BN1 Magazine is pleased to announce that On Point Theatre's show Lock Down is the winner of our bursary for Brighton Fringe 2020. Beating...

Women lead the way at Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe returns to venues across the city on Fri 1 – Sun 31 May. With hundreds of shows delighting audiences everywhere, we wanted...

Robert Daws brings Ten Times Table to Theatre Royal Brighton –...

Ten Times Table, written by multi award-winning writer Alan Ayckbourn, is the inaugural production of The Classic Comedy Theatre Company. Headed to Theatre Royal...

BN1 talks to… Brighton Festival’s Guest Director, Lemn Sissay MBE

Born in May 1967, the year of the first Brighton Festival – which featured performances from Laurence Olivier, Anthony Hopkins, The Who and Pink...

Sex Education – Harry Clayton-Wright interview

Harry Clayton-Wright is an entertainer, performer, artist, and all-round mischief maker from Blackpool. He wrote the stage show Sex Education, an 18+ show that...

Sharon Small takes title role in The Prime of Miss Jean...

Sharon Small will make her Chichester debut in the title role in Jay Presson Allen’s The Prime Of Miss Jean Brodie/, Adapted from the...