Thursday, February 27, 2020

Anglo-Polish live literature event hits Brighton and Lewes

Snow Q comes to Lewes All Saints Centre, as part of 'Experiments with Live Literature' season, on Tues 18 Feb 2020. Then it heads to Brighton’s The Spire on Sat 22 Feb, as part of LGBTQ History Month
A re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s much-loved fable, The Snow Queen, combining poetry, original music and visuals is coming to Brighton and Lewes. Snow Q...

Zog and Peppa take centre stage at Brighton Dome family shows

Zog and Peppa take centre stage at Brighton Dome family shows
Families looking for things to keep little people entertained over the spring school holidays can find a whole range of events at Brighton Dome. During...

The Hunt For The Smoking Caterpillar – review

Escape Rooms are all the rage now. Formerly the preserve of ardent (and maybe a bit nerdy) gamers or interactive theatre nits, their appeal...

Brighton Dome & Festival want stories for heritage project

Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival are asking the public to record their memorable stories as part of a new heritage project, I Was There.
Were you mesmerised by Pink Floyd’s first performance of Dark Side of the Moon? Did you sneak into David Bowie’s infamous 1973 Ziggy Stardust...

Roots – Presented by 1927

1927: Roots
Described at the beginning of the performance as “a collection of folk jokes, anecdotes by anonymous authors, and stories from a simpler time…” that...

Best of Brighton theatre – Jan/Feb 2020

1927: ROOTS Fri 3 - Sat 18 Jan // The Old Market From the company behind Golem and The Animals and Children Took to the Streets,...

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...

Brighton Fringe 2020 launches first release of tickets

The First Release of Brighton Fringe events is announced on 12 December featuring everything from musical celebrations of Kate Bush, ABBA and Aretha Franklin...

Lemn Sissay MBE announced as Brighton Festival 2020 Guest Director

The acclaimed British and Ethiopian poet, playwright, broadcaster and speaker, Lemn Sissay MBE has been announced as the twelfth Brighton Festival Guest Director, following...

Pier Pressure to support The Clock Tower Sanctuary with new Christmas...

Brighton escape room company, Pier Pressure, has opened the doors to its all new Christmas-themed escape Room, and has announced that 10% of all...

Queer Prom returns to Brighton to make the yuletide gay!

Queer Prom
Queer Prom is coming back to Brighton for a very special ‘Camp Christmas’ with all your festive and fabulous favourites.  Prepare yourselves for a...

Lava Elastic – Making the invisible visible

According to the National Autistic Society (UK), there are around 700,000 people on the Autistic spectrum in the United Kingdom. With understanding still being...