Friday, February 21, 2020

Three Excellent Little Pigs by Al Start

Our adventure to see the ‘Three Excellent Little Pigs’ could not have gone more wrong if we’d have tried. Feeling and looking thoroughly wind swept...

Best of Brighton’s Theatre – April 2017

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE Mon 3 – Sat 8 April Theatre Royal It's 1922, and Millie Dillmount (above) has left her home in Kansas for a new life...

Handmade Mysteries ‘Lady Chastity’s Reserve’ Review

On an unassuming ‘hump-day’, myself and a few of my colleagues found ourselves standing at the back of The Black Lion in The Lanes,...

Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope, Brighton

Quentin Crisp (1908-1999) was one of the most memorable public figures of the twentieth century. Openly and flamboyantly gay as far back as the...

Point and Shoot review

Implausible, rampant and packed with twists, Point and Shoot is epic in every way. Four actors take on over fifty roles, whilst simultaneously providing...

Acclaimed BBC series Fleabag comes to the stage

Blatantly honest and outspoken, Fleabag opens a window into life and experience as a solitary woman all alone in a big city, tackling depression with comedy,...

Aladdin Review | Emporium | 9 Dec 2015

Following the sell-out success of 2014’s Sleeping Beauty, the team at London Road’s Emporium Theatre return, reuniting to bring a show brimming with enthusiasm,...

Beauty and the Beast at Brighton Fringe – review

Harriet Trickett reviews Jellyfish Theatre Company’s magical production of Beauty and the Beast as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
Jeanne Marie de Beaumont’s classic tale Beauty and the Beast was retold for children at this year's Brighton Fringe. Jellyfish Theatre Company made their Fringe...

Pirates of the Carabina present: Flown

A young performance company attempt to stage a complex show, but things quickly begin to go awry for the cast of ‘Flown’. Performers get...

All Creatures Great And Small comes to Theatre Royal

All Creatures Great And Small, one of Britain’s best loved TV programmes, comes to Theatre Royal Brighton, on Mon 2 – Sat 7 June,...

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...

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...