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‘Love is not a crime’: Casting call for Project 74 photography project

A surprising number of countries still punish same-sex relationships with life imprisonment or even death. Project 74 will raise awareness of this issue through their new...
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Pride in London announce line-up of events during London Pride Festival

Showcasing the full spectrum of London and its LGBT+ communities, this year’s London Pride festival will celebrate the true diversity of London’s art, history, theatre, film...
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Seventh edition of Queer in Brighton’s LGBTQ+ history club

The seventh edition of Queer in Brighton's LGBTQ+ history club takes place from 3-5pm on Sunday, May 28 at the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.
Posted On 11 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Rubber Ring @The Warren

Energetic and charming, just like its writer/performer, Rubber Ring is an engaging tale of adolescent uncertainty and a refreshing snapshot of growing up queer in Norfolk....
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BRIGHTON FRINGE PREVIEW: Blooming @Sweet Dukebox

Practicing Joy on the Road to Hell and Back. Author, Patrick Sandford asked 100 people "How do you know when you are happy?" The answers - provocative, kaleidoscopic,...
Posted On 10 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Endings @Old Market

Saulwick come across like a retro-modern Madame Blavatsky using the vintage recording machinery and snatches of interviews to express her theosophical investigations, the...
Posted On 10 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Good Grief: Stories at 207 West 88th

Bruna is an Italian is an Italian woman of a certain age with hilariously broken English – the building superintendent of a New York apartment block. We first see her in the...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Fannytasticals @Sweet Dukebox

If you are a man attending this show on your own – beware – for most of its duration you will be quite justifiably the target of sharp, witty and very crude humour from this...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Super Hamlet 64: Parody DLC @ Warren 2

Day is an energetic and engaging performer; he is charming and fun and clowns with a furious passion, helped along by an ability to contort his plastic features and sinuous...
Posted On 09 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous @Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco

It's been quite a while since I've failed to connect with a show as deeply as I failed to connect with this one – it might as well have been performed in Lithuanian so little...
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REVIEW: For the Birds: Brighton Festival

You hop on a bus, reminiscent of the mystery tours so favoured by aunts of mine in the 1970’s and are deposited in the dark, with some superb and wholly novel views of the...
Posted On 08 May 2017
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Twenty two performances of Fringe show cancelled

Twenty two performances of the Shiny Town event, due to take place in Royal Pavilion Gardens during the last two weeks of the Brighton Fringe have been cancelled after a...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus: The Superhero Show

The Superhero Show, Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) contribution to the Brighton Fringe on Saturday evening (May 6), was a feast of musical excellence and performance with...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: MacBlair@The Warren Studio 3

It’s 1994- the young ambitious Tony Blair and the irascible Gordon Brown meet three journalists – 'hacks' in a stairwell in Parliament. The “weird journalists" predict TB will...
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