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June edition of Pink Humanist now available online

High levels of intolerance towards LGBT people in Europe and Africa are shown in two separate surveys released last month (May). Details of the findings are contained in the...

Queen live!

Drumming outburst over with, and Pride support ticked off, Dame Helen Mirren is now back to her day job of playing Queeny in The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre, Shaftesbury...
Posted On 03 Jun 2013

Dave Lynn stars in Brighton revival of DIAMOND – opens tonight

In June, local entertainer Dave Lynn revives the role he created at the Kings Head Theatre in London in 2006 when he played Diamond Lil in the musical drama DIAMOND. The show...

Brighton writers contribute to LGBTQ Doctor Who book

Long time friends and Brighton residents Neil Chester and Martin Warren have contributed to ‘Queers Dig Time Lords’ an anthology of new essays on Doctor Who from an LGBTQ...

Purple cow goes ‘Wonderground’

If you’re missing the whole festival vibe and especially the wonderfully draughty Speigeltent, you don’t have far to go to catch both by the tail, as the tent has...
Posted On 02 Jun 2013

Degrees of creativity

The arts graduates of the University of Sussex are showing their degree work at the Uni’s Grand Parade building at the moment, and it’s well worth a look. On show...
Posted On 02 Jun 2013

The Wau Wau Sisters Last Supper: Spiegeltent: Festival review

This was a delightful and charming show full of fuax crudity, clever post feminist deconstructive humour, filthy foul mouthed asides and some pretty impressive acrobatics and...
Posted On 01 Jun 2013

NIght after night: Neil Bartlett & Nicolas Bloomfield: Marlborough Theatre

This classic Neil Bartlett/Nicolas Bloomfield music drama explores a shadow world of longing both familiar and alien. The year is 1958. The playwrights’ parents meet at a...

Nick Howard: Stay who you are: Up close and acoustic: Latest Bar

Brighton born singer/songwriter Nick Howard, winner of The Voice of Germany, will be performing Stay who you are: Up close and acoustic at The Latest Music Bar, tonight,...

The old spells are the best

A story of love in middle age told by two older Canadian lesbians comes to the Marlborough stage on the June 9. Book of Spells: A Love Story is a unique storytelling...
Posted On 28 May 2013

Less Than Kind: Theatre Royal: Review

  It’s with some sense of foreboding I approach a ‘lost’ work of art in any medium: it’s a truism that their respective authors didn’t...
Posted On 27 May 2013

Drag Idol 2013 tonight at Charles Street

The south east region’s heats of Drag Idol 2013, the nationwide search to find the next big thing on the cabaret scene, will be hosted by Pat Cruise at Charles Street...

£10 tickets available for Pride Gala Show tonight for Gscene readers

The ultimate Brighton Pride Gala Show at the Sabai Pavilion Ladyboys Tent tonight, Sunday, May 26 brings this years Pride at the Fringe to a close. A madcap evening of the...

Between: The Marlborough: Review

Oskar Brown's two-hander has a lot going for it: the actors - Brown and Nicholas Campbell - have the charisma and technical skill to absolutely engage the audience's...
Posted On 26 May 2013
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