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Piano recital to benefit Diabetes UK

The Brighton Voluntary Group of Diabetes UK will be hosting a piano recital by Dave Fischer at St Andrew’s Church in Hove on Sunday, May 5 at 3pm. Tickets: £8 for...

Olivia Newton John: The Brighton Centre: Music Review

The original Australian sweetheart, Olivia Newton-John, wove a place where everyone dared to go at a timeless show brimming with unabashed confidence at The Brighton Centre.

London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Dome

I was pleasantly surprised to see such a full audience on a cold, wet and windy night in Brighton to hear the London Philharmonic Orchestra perform, conducted by David Parry. ...
Posted On 17 Mar 2013

‘4 Poofs & A Piano’ bring new line-up to Hove

4 Poofs & A Piano, the former house band from the Jonathan Ross Show, will be performing at The Old Market, Brighton on Saturday, April 13 at 7.30pm. Camp and naughty, the...

Trio of Best-Selling Female Authors Campaign for Sexual Equality in Public

Fem Writes, a new organisation to combat a perceived bias against female writers who dare to push sexual boundaries and norms has been launched by best-selling authors Sarah...

The Color Sexy: Edited by Marcus Anthony: Book review

Fun to read, and with enough range in the stories to please most folk, this is a good holiday or late night read.
Posted On 13 Mar 2013

Gay Relationships: by Paul Jenner: Book review

This is an easy to read and understand comprehensive guide to all the various parts; sensual, sexual, spiritual and financial that can lead to a sustainable happy relationship.
Posted On 11 Mar 2013

The Tallis Scholars’ 40th Anniversary Concert at St Paul’s Cathedral

It was a real privilege to be in the audience for the launch concert of The Tallis Scholars’ 40th anniversary celebrations at St Paul’s Cathedral.  I was expecting...
Posted On 11 Mar 2013

Canary: Brighton Little Theatre: Theatre Review

Jonathan Harvey's Canary spins through the swirling mists of LGBT History, effortlessly, and unflinchingly, focussing on the intertwined lives of those shattered by the...

‘Just Good Friends’ at Purple Playhouse in Hove

Just Good Friends, a cabaret-style show of material by composer and lyricist Mark Bunyan, will be playing at The Purple Playhouse in Hove on Friday, March 8 – Sunday, March 10...

THE BARBER OF SEVILLE: ENO: Opera Review

This was a great night out at the ENO, full of laughter and delightful performances and the added fireworks of Lucy Crows voice. I’d recommend this production for a first...
Posted On 03 Mar 2013

Somewhere for me: St Mary’s Church: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus:

The Actually Gay Men’s Chorus brought the B.Righton.On LGBT Arts Festival to a close on Friday, February 22, with a wonderful concert at St Mary’s Church in...

Actually Gay Men’s Chorus: Somewhere for me: CD Review:

‘£1 Million Record Deal’…. the headlines screamed. Sadly it was not to be, however the first gay chorus ever to be signed to a major record label haven’t give...

Pavilion Theatre: Jack and his Big-stalk

Brian Ralfe’s 11th Alternative Pantomime, Jack and his Big-Stalk, aims to rekindle some Christmas spirit at the Pavilion Theatre now renamed the Brighton Dome Studio...
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