PREVIEW: Resound and Brighton Chamber Choir

Resound and The Brighton Chamber Choir (BCC) bathe the audience in shimmering Water Night. For the first time two of Brighton and Hove’s favourite choirs are pooling their...
Posted On 07 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: La Voix @Brighton Spiegeltent

With new ventures taking La V out there, in the arts festival circuit this was a new move, with some seriously tongue in cheek acknowledgments of the (same) old material. The...
Posted On 02 Jun 2017

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Monteverdi: Les Talens Lyriques

The master of Baroque music performance, harpsichordist and conductor Christophe Rousset, and his extraordinary ensemble Les Talens Lyrique brought their rare powers of...
Posted On 24 May 2017

PREVIEW: Trevor Ashley in Liza’s Back (is broken) @Underbelly Festival

After wowing audiences at London Wonderground in 2016, Trevor Ashley is bringing everyone’s favourite diva back to London this Summer in Liza’s Back! (is broken). His...
Posted On 23 May 2017

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,...
Posted On 22 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Etherwave: Adventures With The Theremin: Hypnotique

This is a curious hybrid of music and education lecture and semi biography of performer Hypnotique who regales us with her personal story about how she came to fall in love...
Posted On 21 May 2017

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Rainbow Chorus – Can’t take my eyes off you

Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Rainbow Chorus’ contribution to this years Brighton Fringe, was a musical collaboration with the Yorkshire based six strong a capella singing group...

DJ PROFILE: Josh The Barber

and Fringe, so in between visiting an Open House, taking in a Fringe Show or going to a concert, there's some real arse-shaking to be done. This month Queenie catches up with...

Newcastle choir wins North East LGBT+ award

A Newcastle choir has been recognised as the leading community group for positive LGBT+ engagement, winning a category award at the North East LGBT+ Awards 2017. Northern...

BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: You Give me Fever @Broadway Lounge

Jack Lynch has written and directed an absolute gem of a show, which plays just right in the intimate cocktail bar space at the Broadway Lounge. Accompanied by guitarist James...

BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Sarah Connolly: All Saints Church

There was hefty representation from the gay composers tonight and the spread of their works balanced the simple but strong lyricism of the first half, with a wonderfully witty...
Posted On 12 May 2017


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

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...

REVIEW: ELVIS Las Vegas 1969@The Woodville, Gravesend

ELVIS Las Vegas 1969 is really two shows in one. The first half, mainly spoken with little music is a dramatic reconstruction of the hours leading to Elvis Presley’s return to...