Saturday, February 22, 2020

The Coast Is Queer offers celebration of LGBT+ literature

The Coast Is Queer, a new festival of LGBTQ+ voices, brings writers, performers, academics, activists and readers to Brighton’s The Spire on Thurs 12 – Sun 15 Sept 2019
A new festival of LGBTQ+ voices in literature in Brighton, The Coast Is Queer brings together writers, performers, academics, activists and readers on Thurs...

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,...

Once upon a time on Something Street…

This summer Whizz Bang Productions will transform Madeira Drive, Brighton, into the street where time makes its own rules. Welcome to Something Street, popping up on the seafront for a limited time only. This is immersive theatre on a huge scale.

The Forgotten

Taking a physical and metaphorical journey into the depths of the unconscious, The Forgotten seeks to heal wounds of the soul. Acclaimed for its...

Mystery benefactor donates £10,000 to Academy of Creative Training

The Academy of Creative Training Drama School, Brighton has received a generous donation from a local well known public figure. This will provide the...

Paul Zenon offers Linking Rings Edinburgh preview

Both heartfelt and beautiful, Paul Zenon brings a compelling hour of magical storytelling to Rialto Theatre, on Wed 29 – Thu 30 July. An...

Revelations at Brighton Fringe – review

Rose Lock reviews Revelations as it comes to Brighton Fringe 2019
In this frank and funny one-woman show, actress and writer Charlotte Mulliner plays many parts as she takes us on a lapsed Christian’s personal...

Boxe Boxe at Dome Concert Hall

Eight exceptional performers fuse dance and the noble art of boxing. Choreographed and directed by Mourad Merzouki, Boxe Boxe draws on the theatricality of...

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...

FESTIVAL REVIEW: The Last London

Iain Sinclair's latest book begins with a vignette of a vagrant ‘buddha’ staring vacantly ahead while the creatures of contemporary London chatter and scream...

The Moscow State Circus comes to Brighton 20 – 25 May...

The Moscow State Circus returns Brighton with its latest and greatest production to date, based on the Russian folklore story of Cvetik-Semicvetik.

Endgame at Emporium Review

Samuel Beckett's Endgame is going to be a dark and tragic comedy regardless of how it's portrayed. But the subtle nuances, little looks and...