Thursday, February 27, 2020

Theatre show takes introspection to a new level

intronauts
Chris Pine, Green Ginger’s artistic director and performer, has managed to squeeze me into his very busy schedule. As the award-winning performance company perfect...

Eastenders’ Lisa Hammond returns to the stage with two-woman comedy/theatre show

lisa hammond interview
For many contemporary actors, theatre is their home - it’s where many start their careers; a place where they feel most comfortable. Actor and...

BN1 chats to… Austentatious

austentatious interview
Imagine having to act out an entirely improvised comedy play, constructed from a title from the audience, whilst in the style of a Jane...

The Reincarnation of Trim Tab Jim – Rock Opera

I have had the good fortune this evening of attending the opening night of this rock-opera by composer/singer James Mannion. As a live musician...

The House on Cold Hill comes to Theatre Royal

Best-selling Brighton-born author Peter James is back with a new adaptation of his modern-day thriller The House on Cold Hill. The show features former...

In the Shadow of the Black Dog at Brighton Fringe –...

Germaine Broadbent explores the human condition with Daniel Hallissey’s In the Shadow of the Black Dog, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019.
“Jesus' ascension into heaven was not an ending, but a beginning for humanity,” says a live mass on Radio 4 as I get in...

Showtime with Cabaret Boheme review

A recent convert to the world of burlesque and cabaret, I found myself at the Brighton Spiegeltent last week in awe of Veronica Blacklace’s...

Trope with Salena Godden and others come to The Basement

Trope Salena Godden Brighton
Brighton Dome’s incredible spoken word showcase returns to The Basement on Fri 22 March. Once again, it’ll feature top UK artists, local musicians, a...

Emma Morton & The Graces head to Brighton Fringe

Scottish singer-songwriter Emma Morton is making a big impact throughout the European music scene. She’s enjoyed a Top three hit in the Italian charts,...

A Pair of Pantos brings inclusive Christmas theatre to Brighton this...

a pair of pantos
The pantomime is a staple of British festive entertainment. Unfortunately, during the last 50 years, it’s become increasingly stale and irrelevant. Matters haven’t always...

The Trial at Brighton Fringe – review

Emma Taylor reviews the delights of Inês Sampaio The Trial, as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
A drizzly grey evening spent inside a cold corrugated metal box in Victoria Gardens doesn't sound like it would top anyone’s list of ‘things...

The Geminus comes to Rialto Theatre part of Brighton Fringe

The Geminus Brighton Fringe
Blue Devil Productions are taking a fresh look at a classic literary work for Brighton Fringe 2019, discovering if it might offer hidden or...