Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Trope @ The Basement – review

Trope Salena Godden Brighton
It’s early evening, and my destination is The Basement; the Trope show will be held here this evening. As you enter the underground, there’s...

Fatty Fat Fat @ Fat Pride – Katie Greenall interview

Katie Greenall at FAT Cabaret by Helen James
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...

Discovering purpose and passions with Miss Represented

Miss Represented
Art has the capacity to tell two stories. One recounting its production, skills used, and mediums employed. The other, more subjective, tale reveals the...

Dr Rosy Carrick and her Passionate Machine

Passionate Machine image
We have all wished we could travel back in time at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for nostalgia, to prevent an event...

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...

South East Dance announces all-women dance programme for 2020

Lindsey Butcher, Gravity & Levity - by Mark Morreau,
Part of the launch programme for South East Dance’s new home for dance, The Dance Space, 20:20 Vision aims to address long-standing gender imbalances...

Baby Face: Edinburgh’s feminist triumph begins UK tour

Baby Face - by Daniel Hughes
Modern day feminism has focused on empowering marginalised groups in our society, in particular giving women a voice to speak up. Performance artist Katy...

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...

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...

What’s on in theatres across Brighton in February 2019

THE BLACK CAT // “SALON DES ARTISTES” 15-16 FEB // THE OLD MARKET An intimate evening of five-star variety from London’s cabaret trailblazers and award-winners heads...

REVIEW: A Pair of Pantos, Marlborough Theatre, 20/12/2018

a pair of pantos
Director: Hester Chillingworth Cast: Hester Chillingworth, Nicki Hobday, Peter Hobday, Subira Wahogo Deliriously inventive, A Pair Of Pantos delivers with panache all the things you expect...

REVIEW: Christmas Queens, Brighton Dome, Mon 3 Dec

christmas queens
Returning for its fourth time, the Christmas Queens was definitively the kickoff of a very eleganza extravaganza type of holiday season. The two-hour drag...