THEATRE

REVIEW: Aladdin, Worthing Pavilion Theatre. No ‘Tragedy’ at all!

As a relative newbie to Pantomime, having never been as a child thanks to my cruel parents (who never let me watch cartoons either),...

Ten years of Otherplace Productions

Not just celebrating ten years of diverse and wonderful programming, but also a decade of involvement with Brighton Fringe, Otherplace Productions are pulling out...

BRICTT presents the stars of tomorrow

Embarking on a career in the performing arts has just been given a boost by the launch of BRICTT – the Brighton Institute Contemporary...

Fatty Fat Fat @ Fat Pride – Katie Greenall interview

Katie Greenall is asking: ‘Do you ever feel like your body takes up too much space in world that doesn’t want to make any...

Review: Circus’cision – Those That Made The Cut

Circus'cision... sounds painful, right?Be ready to laugh, cringe and cry at this raunchy, fun-filled evening of super-talented performers!Opening night at the Spiegeltent was as...

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

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

Theatre show takes introspection to a new level

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...

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

“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...

BN1 chats to… Austentatious

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...