Thursday, February 27, 2020

Emporium Theatre Make-Over: Brick by Brick

Emporium Theatre on London Road is set to be refurbished before the start of its Spring/Summer season. Although Brighton’s only professional producing theatre, Emporium...

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...

Brighton Burlesque Festival 2015 review

Walking into the Waterfront Hotel on Sat 21 Nov, I was greeted by a beautiful girl in a corset and tutu selling programs and...

The Coast Is Queer offers celebration of LGBT+ literature

The Coast Is Queer, a new festival of LGBTQ+ voices, brings writers, performers, academics, activists and readers to Brighton’s The Spire on Thurs 12 – Sun 15 Sept 2019
A new festival of LGBTQ+ voices in literature in Brighton, The Coast Is Queer brings together writers, performers, academics, activists and readers on Thurs...

Brendan Cole offers A Night To Remember

The music has stopped, the lights have gone out and the judges are off for lavish holidays in the sun. If you’re suffering withdrawal...

The best of Brighton theatre in June 2017

SOUTHERN FAIL THE MUSICAL! Fri 2 - Sat 3 June - Bosco Spiegeltent Sat 10 June - Ropetackle Centre Sat 24 June - Sallis Benney Theatre The...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: The Last London

Iain Sinclair's latest book begins with a vignette of a vagrant ‘buddha’ staring vacantly ahead while the creatures of contemporary London chatter and scream...

Brighton’s December Theatre Previews

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Weds 30 Nov - Sun 1 Jan 88 London Road Brighton’s only professional panto returns for a fourth year to prove...

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...

Noël Coward’s Tonight at 8.30 for Theatre Royal

Blanche McIntyre, 2013’s winner of the UK Theatre Award for Best Director, directs an ensemble cast in Noël Coward’s Tonight at 8.30, when it...

Don Juan heats up Worthing this summer

Don Juan Worthing Theatre
Going to the theatre has been a popular pass time for generations, from the days of Shakespeare to today’s new and upcoming works, like...

John Brittain’s ‘Rotterdam’ celebrates diversity in theatre

Rotterdam
Gender and identity have continued to be at the heart of theatre since performance began in the ancient Greek era – but how integrated...