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Theatre Review: Theatre Royal: 9-5 The Musical

A fun, distracting and delightful feel-good musical with no hidden depths to worry you. A musical show that’s a delight to recommend, but then that’s Dolly for you; never...
Posted On 11 Dec 2012

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus return to the Dome this Saturday

Since December 2011 when the Brighton Gay Men's Chorus packed out the Brighton Dome with their pre-Christmas show 'Pull a Cracker' featuring EastEnders actress June Brown and...

Sing your way into 2013

The Rainbow Chorus, the South's only Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) choir, is looking for new members to continue to develop their exciting and vibrant sound....

Theatre Review: Haunting Julia by Alan Ayckbourn

A ghost story on a cold dark winter’s night at the grand old Theatre Royal? What a delight and in the hands of Mr Ayckbourn an entertaining treat too. Duncan Preston, Richard...
Posted On 05 Dec 2012

Encyclopaedia of Brighton goes digital

The New Encyclopaedia of Brighton is now available in digital format for the first time. The e-version has been updated with many new sections and more listings than before. A...

Dance review by Eric Page: The Moscow City Ballet: Nutcracker

The Moscow City Ballet’s performance of the Nutcracker was captivating last night and a perfect opening to the festive season. Although it’s a little different to the original...

The B.Right.On Festival – February 2013

So here’s how it happened. I went into a cafe in Brighton where I used to clean the floors and asked to stage an art exhibition. The owner liked my work but said it was too...

Theatre Royal Drury Lane: ‘Shrek the Musical’

Shrek the Musical is composed by Jeanine Tesori with book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire. The story is based on the 2001 DreamWorks film Shrek and William Steig's 1990...

Brighton Festival announce their guest director for 2013

The celebrated poet, writer, broadcaster and previous Children’s Laureate Michael Rosen will be the Guest Director of Brighton Festival in 2013. Brighton Festival takes place...

Local poet wins 2012 ‘Polari First Book’ Prize

The Frost Fairs by local poet John McCullough has been named winner of the Polari First Book Prize 2012. This year, for the first time, the winner received a cheque for £1000,...

Vince Laws brings his happening ‘I am a poem’ to Brigton next February

Poet and artist, Vince Laws, is bringing his happening I Am A Poem to Brighton in celebration of Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Trans History Month next February. There will be an...

Brighton Centre: Holiday On Ice: ‘Speed’

The annual visit of Holiday on Ice to Brighton in January each year will not happen in 2013. Instead fans have the next three days to see this years new production, Speed. The...

Queer in Brighton wants to hear your story

Queer in Brighton, a year-long heritage project celebrating Brighton’s unspoken LGBT histories from 1945 to the present day, is looking for written contributions (stories,...

Up close and personal with Rupert Everett

Rupert Everett shot to stardom in the 1980s, playing the part of an openly gay boy at an English public school in the 1930s, in Julian Mitchell's Another Country. I can...
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