Thursday, November 14, 2019

Cirque Berserk review

Cirque berserk
Death defying stunts, impressive pyrotechnics and breathtaking acrobatics; Cirque Berserk is a ninety minute adrenaline and emotional filled roller coaster from start to finish. Watching...

Joking Apart comes to BOAT

BN1 talks to Patric Kearns, as he prepares to stage Alan Ayckbourn’s classic play, Joking Apart, at Brighton Open air theatre on Weds 31 July – Sun 4 Aug 2019.
Written in 1978, Alan Ayckbourn’s gently acerbic Joking Apart pulls apart the middle-class psyche. It’s four scenes, all staged at the soirees of a...

Emma Frankland: ‘Hearty’ comes to Trans Pride

Performer, TV actor and award-winning theatre creator, Emma Frankland, has focussed her energies on discussing gender and identity. Her latest work, Hearty, asks questions...

Gabby Killick – Girlfriend From Hell returns to Caroline Of Brunswick

Returning to Brighton’s Caroline of Brunswick on Sat, 13 July  Girlfriend From Hell – The Bitch Is Back see Gabby Killick build on the...

Brighton Dome celebrates Apollo moon landing’s 50th anniversary

After Museum Of The Moon’s enormous success at this year’s Brighton Festival, Brighton Dome are now celebrating the official anniversary of the Apollo moon...

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...

The Girl On The Train at Theatre Royal Brighton – review

The Girl On The Train - by Manuel Harlan
The ironic thing about seeing The Girl On The Train, a play with an alcoholic as a protagonist, would have to be this; on...

Cast Iron-Plays & Podcasts

Cast Iron theatre
Beyond hosting their own productions and new writing shows, Cast Iron Theatre have plenty to say about Brighton & Hove’s theatre scene. Formed in...

Brighton Drag Pageant 2019 – review

Matthew Hughes loses his drag-inity at Brighton Drag Pageant 2019
Nude clowns, dog leashed hunks and an 18-rated Hokey Cokey – my drag virginity was well and truly shattered at the three and a...

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...

Mitch Benn: Doing It On Purpose at Brighton Fringe – review

Hannah Deakin reviews Mitch’s Benn: Doing It On Purpose as ot comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
It’s very easy these days to descend into a political rant and talk about saving the world. What isn’t so easy is to make what...

Electric at Brighton Fringe – review

Why does swearing sound so good with an Irish accent? I heard a selection of profanities at Electric, a play by Ali Hardiman and performed...