Thursday, February 20, 2020

The Hunt For The Smoking Caterpillar – review

Escape Rooms are all the rage now. Formerly the preserve of ardent (and maybe a bit nerdy) gamers or interactive theatre nits, their appeal...

Brighton Fringe 2020 Event Registration is now open!

Brighton Fringe, England’s largest arts festival has opened event registration for participants to take part in the 2020 festival, which will run from Fri...

Zog and Peppa take centre stage at Brighton Dome family shows

Zog and Peppa take centre stage at Brighton Dome family shows
Families looking for things to keep little people entertained over the spring school holidays can find a whole range of events at Brighton Dome. During...

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...

Anglo-Polish live literature event hits Brighton and Lewes

Snow Q comes to Lewes All Saints Centre, as part of 'Experiments with Live Literature' season, on Tues 18 Feb 2020. Then it heads to Brighton’s The Spire on Sat 22 Feb, as part of LGBTQ History Month
A re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen’s much-loved fable, The Snow Queen, combining poetry, original music and visuals is coming to Brighton and Lewes. Snow Q...

Best of Brighton theatre – Jan/Feb 2020

1927: ROOTS Fri 3 - Sat 18 Jan // The Old Market From the company behind Golem and The Animals and Children Took to the Streets,...

The Snow Queen at St Peter’s Church – review

Thurs 21 Nov saw a very wet and cold evening, but despite the weather the Christmas spirit pulled us through. Sussex-based theatre company This...

The best Brighton theatre shows in Nov 2019

WED 23 OCT - SAT 9 NOV // THE SPIRE After wowing sell-out crowds with Dracula, TRUESTORY return to The Spire for another haunting tale:...

La Dafne by BREMF Early Opera at The Old Market –...

Simon Murnau takes in the musically pure delights of Brighton Early Music Festival’s production of La Dafne at Hove’s The Old Market
An early, or ‘proto’ opera first performed in 1608, La Dafne is the perfect showcase for the talents of the Brighton Early Music ensemble....

Ruby Tiger Productions bring revival of Di And Viv And Rose...

Ruby Tiger Productions staging of Amelia Bullmore’s Di and Viv and Rose comes to Brighton’s Rialto Theatre on Tues 3 - Sun 8 March 2020
New Brighton-based theatre company is making its debut with revival of Di And Viv And Rose. Ruby Tiger Productions, established by award-winning local director Claire...

Brighton Festival Announces Guest Director For 2020

Lydia Wilkens reports back from the launch of Brighton Festival, 2020,
Acclaimed British and Ethiopian poet Lemn Sissay will be the director of Brighton Festival this year, it has been announced. Taking place from Sat...

German Cornejo’s award-winning Tango Fire comes to Theatre Royal Brighton

Featuring six incredible couples and some of the speediest footwork and tightest twirling in the business, Tango Fire comes to Theatre Royal Brighton on Mon 2 March 2020
Following a seventh sold out season at Sadler’s Wells Peacock Theatre in London’s West End, the award-winning Tango Fire comes to Theatre Royal Brighton...