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Roma Boys: Film Review

Roma Boys is an interesting take on the traditional gay love story. A faux documentary which incorporates presumably real documentary footage, it looks at prejudice that can...
Posted On 09 May 2013

How Like An Angel: Circa, I Fagiolini: All Saints Church: Review

Australian performing arts and acrobatic group Circa’s exhilarating brand of contemporary circus fused with the exquisite sound of I Fagiolini’s wonderfully evocative singing,...
Posted On 08 May 2013

Brunswick the Fair

Two artists exhibiting at the third Brunswick Town Art Fair next month have used the architecture of the city as their inspiration. The Fair will be held amongst the Regency...
Posted On 08 May 2013

Paul Lewis: Brighton Festival at Glyndebourne: Music Review

This concert provided a breathtaking overview not only of Schubert’s genius but also of the artistry of one of today’s great instrumentalists, made even better by a picnic in...
Posted On 07 May 2013

Beautiful Thing: The Arts Theatre Soho: Theatre Review

This is a wonderfully evocative play full of striking social comment all wrapped up in a gentle and honest romantic love story. This revival of this well loved play delighted...
Posted On 07 May 2013

Table Manners: The Basement: Theatre Review

This year's Festival didn't appear to have an immediately obvious must-see. However, only three days in, I seem to have stumbled across what may turn out to be its absolute hit.
Posted On 07 May 2013

Strictly Confidential

Strictly Confidential is a song-and-dance extravaganza dreamt up, directed and co-ordinated by Craig Revel Horwood, tell-it-like-it-is judge on BBC1’s runaway hit, Strictly...
Posted On 06 May 2013

‘Roma Boys’ to be shown on Community Channel

Roma Boys is an inventive, 30min film following the love story of two young men living in the Czech Republic, who face the dual prejudice that comes with identifying as gay...
Posted On 06 May 2013

To Sleep To Dream: Corn Exchange: Review

The European premiere of EarFilms' dystopian 'auditory experience' To Sleep, To Dream blurred the lines between reality and dream-land, using blindfolds to deprive the...

Pride at the Fringe with Ceri Dupree tonight

Brighton Pride are presenting a season of Pride Gala shows in the Ladyboys Sabai Pavilion on Victoria Gardens as part of the Brighton Fringe 2013. Ceri Dupree, the Queen of...

Search for county poetry champs!

The search is on to find the poet “laureates” of Sussex. Entry to the competition is free and, like all the other winners from counties over the country, the Su...

Argentinian trapeze star at Preston Park during Brighton Festival

Some Argentinians thrive on tango—but for Sebastian Gutierrez a different kind of rhythm is his passion. Born in a small town 50 miles north of Buenos Aires, Sebastian now...

The Contents of a House: Preston Manor: Brighton Festival

An anti-guided tour around Preston Manor with call backs and internal references, soft dissection and themes of providence and pedigree woven into his narrative I expected...
Posted On 04 May 2013

Brighton Transformed

QueenSpark, the city’s publisher of local voices, is embarking on a new project to bring the lives and experiences of Brighton & Hove’s Trans community to a wider...
Posted On 04 May 2013
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