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REVIEW: Invincible : Theatre Royal

It’s a tragic ending, hard, savage and all the more real for it and although it appears to be a play about social froth it’s a more incisive play looking at the modern...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: Heroes Exhibition

Before being admitted into the Fine Arts of Monaco in 2013, Charly N'doumbe, studied at the Beaux-Arts Biarritz, graduating with a DNAP (National Diploma of Visual Arts) with...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: Coming Clean: Life As A Naked House Cleaner

Coming Clean: Life As A Naked House Cleaner is an immersive theatre show about sexual fantasy. This piece of new writing comes from Ethan Mechare who takes you through his...
Posted On 29 Mar 2017
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BOOK REVIEW: Warwick Rowers Signature Edition

These lads are huge in all sorts of ways and this massive hefty well stuffed and high quality book reflects the hard work and dedication that these handsome lads put into...
Posted On 27 Mar 2017
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Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus elect new chairman

Vaughan Leyshon was elected Chairman of the Brighton Gay Men's Chorus at their Annual General Meeting (AGM) in March. Vaughan was unanimously selected by members of the chorus...
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PREVIEW: ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ with the Rainbow Chorus

If you thought a night with the Rainbow Chorus couldn't get any better, then stand by for a departure from their usual concert format. For one night only on May 13 they will...
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Treat your mum to the King on Mothers day

There are a few places still available for the Suspiciously ELVIS, Mothers Day lunch in the magnificent surroundings of the Paganini Ballroom at the Old Ship Hotel on Brighton...
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Controversial HIV film takes award at New York film festival

The HIV/AIDS documentary film Positive Hell added a new trophy to its collection of film festival awards last weekend receiving the Special Jury Prize for World Social Impact...
Posted On 25 Mar 2017
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PREVIEW: LGBT History Club #6

The sixth LGBT History Club organised by Queer in Brighton returns to the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery on Sunday, March 26. This month Stuart Feather will be reading from his...
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BOOK REVIEW: An Odd Sock Story: Rose & Jan Hart, Elvira Grassia,

This charming and fun children’s story uses its engaging narrative to respectfully addresses some of the most challenging social issues of today, while its imaginative,...
Posted On 23 Mar 2017
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Legends Cabaret Big Top returns to Brighton Pride

The Legends Cabaret Big Top will return to the Brighton Pride, Summer Of Love festival on Preston Park on Saturday, August 5. Year after year the Legends Cabaret Big Top...
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‘Showtune Bear-a-oke’ with Brighton Bear Weekend

Have you ever fancied belting out a show tune or song from a movie? Well now's your chance! Brighton Bear Weekend (BBW) present Showtune Bear-a-oke upstairs at Bar Broadway on...
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REVIEW: Out of Order@Theatre Royal

Ray Cooney’s 1990 comedy is standard issue farce: it’s basically ladies in negligees being shoved into cupboards. Not that there’s anything intrinsically wrong with this, it’s...
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Preview: War Horse at the Brighton Centre

A multi-award winning, West End superstar was spotted on Brighton Beach and in Pavilion Gardens this week as Joey, the life-sized, equine puppet and star of War Horse came to...
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