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Fringe Festival: Cabaret: Neurovision

Electro-comedy duo Eccentronic will be presenting their show Neurovision at The Quadrant as part of the Brighton Fringe in May. The show sees Ms Hypnotique, a performer of...

Pink Narcissus: Blood on the Page: Music Review

With their new 6-track EP, Brighton's self-styled 'freak rockers' Pink Narcissus have sparkled up grunge with a pinch of glitter.

Eastbourne Theatre changes hands

Eastbourne’s oldest theatre, The Royal Hippodrome, has been taken over by new management. RHT Management aim to run the the 130-year-old theatre, which is located in the...

Local entertainer goes hi-tech

Brighton cabaret star and current holder of the Golden Handbag Oscar for favourite entertainer, Miss Jason, will be launching her new App on Sunday, April 14 at The 2 Brewers,...

Young writers scheme

Theatre Royal Brighton Young Writers, a partnership between Theatre Royal Brighton and New Writing South, has launched a new project for young writers aged 16–25 who are...

Film fans invited to play a part in restoring cult fetish scene film

Fans of the cult British film Preaching to the Perverted, the first mainstream film set squarely on the fetish club scene, have been invited to play a part in its digital...
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The 39 Steps: Theatre Royal: Theatre Review

Patrick Barlow's adaptation of Hitchcock's thriller is a likeable spoof, and an affectionate tribute to the original film, in which a cast of four play over a 100 roles. It's...
Posted On 08 Apr 2013

Spartacus International Gay Guide 2013/14: Book review

Universally recognised as the best gay travel guide, 2013/14 Spartacus International Gay Guide has everything gay men need to know when visiting any country in the world. It...
Posted On 05 Apr 2013
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Abigail’s Party: Theatre Royal: Theatre review

As with all Mike Leighs' work this is about the dissection of a certain type of triumph of self delusion and the spearing of pretension and on this level it wins. One for the fans!
Posted On 04 Apr 2013

Local charities benefit from the voices of Actually

Following successful performances and fundraising throughout 2012 by both Actually Gay Men’s Chorus and Actually Gay Women’s Chorus, £1141.64 has been presented to local...

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...
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