THEATRE

The Trial at Brighton Fringe – review

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...

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,...

The Geminus comes to Rialto Theatre part of 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...

FRINGE REVIEW: Sh!t Faced Shakespeare’s Hamlet

The Sh!t-faced Shakespeare gang return to Brighton Fringe with a boozy production of the bard’s most dour tragedy, Hamlet.On Sunday night, a notably buzzing...

Trope with Salena Godden and others come to The Basement

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...

Brighton Drag Pageant 2019 – review

Nude clowns, dog leashed hunks and an 18-rated Hokey Cokey – my drag virginity was well and truly shattered at the three and a...

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

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...

No Man’s Land: the new installation from David Attenborough’s sound techie

If you’re the sort of person that loves yakking on about their ‘gap yah’, how much you adore scuba diving or how you ‘found...

Game of Thrones actor joins Brighton Festival show

Among the most sought-after and exciting European theatre directors, Calixto Bieito is bringing a new production to Brighton Festival that explores the tempestuous relationship between hedonism,...

Fat Pride comes to Marlborough Theatre

Brighton’s Marlborough Theatre is holding a Fat Pride season this month, jam-packed with performances, parties, workshops and an exhibition. This joyous event concentrates on...

NoFit State – Lexicon review

It’s been a few years since NoFit State stormed Brighton with Bianco, a show deconstructing modern circus and endowing it with a true sense...

Strangers On A Train – Hannah Tointon interview

Based on the world renowned 1950 novel by Patricia Highsmith, and universally famous Alfred Hitchcock film, Craig Warner sees Strangers on a Train into...