Learn to dance ballroom and latin at ‘Cheek2Cheek’

Cheek2Cheek is unique, in that it is the only LGBT+ ballroom and latin dance club in Brighton & Hove. Originally set up in 1998, it continues to provide an alternative to the commercial gay scene with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: m¡longa: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

To say the dancers were superb is an understatement and some of due and trio dances were astonishing; virtuoso performances of agility, technique and pure scalding sensuality, all contained in a stylised and ruthlessly executed Tango. There were separate stylised dances each...
Posted On 22 May 2017

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: If I could I would: Mimbre

Mimbre don’t challenge; they change and provide a healthy counter narrative to the usual edge-of-danger acrobatics and physical theatre and ‘If I could I would’ allows them to convince us that we’ve all got capacity to fly, have pools of resilience and sometimes you just need two...
Posted On 15 May 2017

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 lanky frame in many ways at once. His ability to perform to extreme is aided by the well thought out video...
Posted On 09 May 2017

DJ Profile: Peter Castle

This month, Queenie catches up with DJ Peter Castle to chat about the amazing fact that he’s been Legends’ Saturday resident DJ for 10 years. Have those years been as good for him as they’ve sounded to us?

Countdown begins to Brighton Fringe opening as events hit 1,000

With two days until opening, Brighton Fringe has hit 1,000 events for the first time in the festival’s history. When Brighton Fringe announced its programme in March, 970 events had registered to take part, but additional artists registering online means Brighton Fringe 2017 now...

Learn to Dance in Brighton with Gay Men’s Dance Company

Returning to Brighton for the Spring term, The Gay Men's Dance Company offer two trial dance classes, Learn to Dance (Brighton) on April 20 and 22.

PREVIEW: Charity Dance Gala

The Gay Men's Dance Company's (GMDC) stage their first annual variety showcase, starring GMDC members from London and Brighton, their choir, pole dancers and special guest acts.

REVIEW: Rambert: Ghost Dances and others

As usual with the Rambert their superb attention to details coupled with the passion and commitment of these young talented dancers combines to give a gripping evening performances, one which brought the full very excited house to it’s feet and deliver an ovation to this team at...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017

REVIEW: Lord of the Dance – Dangerous Games @ Brighton Centre

Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance Dangerous Games returned to the Brighton Centre last night, 20 years after Flatley launched the original Lord of the Dance following parting company with Riverdance.

B RIGHT ON Festival: Phil Starr Pavilion hosts LGBT History Month events

Today (February 1) is the start of LGBT History Month, an international month-long observance of our collective LGBT+Histories. History month gives all LGBT+ people and their allies the opportunity to commemorate and remember the bravery of those who campaigned and spoke out over...

PREVIEW: A Very Queer Nazi Faust is happening!

Vince Laws, independent poet, artist and campaigner, has launched a new four-part participatory theatre project in Norwich. A Very Queer Nazi Faust will celebrate 50 years since the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in the UK, and will “highlight the plight of disabled...

Gay Men’s Dance Company to hold trial dance classes in Brighton this Thursday and Saturday

GMDC run dance classes in various styles (including London’s only ‘male only’ pole dancing lessons), for people of all ages and abilities, whether you want to dance for fun, fitness or just to meet new people.

B RIGHT ON FESTIVAL: LGBT History Month: Sing-a-long-a ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’

Now at long last The Rocky Horror Picture Show gets what it’s been SCREAMING for – the full sing-a-long-a treatment. If you’ve done The Time Warp before, you’ll never have done it quite like this!
Posted On 31 Dec 2016