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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Agent of Influence

In this Dick Barton style cheap spy thriller monologue Rebecca Dunn as Times newspaper fashion and gossip columnist Lady Pamela, conjures up a world of high society, smart...
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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
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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Kneehigh : Tristan & Yseult

Kneehigh always get it just right, flavoursome reinvention of tradition and their blend of comedy, music, physical chorography, dance and top notch performers bring a superb...
Posted On 24 May 2017
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Benny Hill’s @Broadway Lounge

Benny Hill’s is a dreadful little drag bar in Spain that’s dying on its feet. Allan – or Allan Benjamin Hill to use his full name – aka Fanny – has hit hard times, when his...
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BRIGHTON FESTIVAL REVIEW: Meow Meow: Souvenir

I am a huge Meow fan, but this evening made me think about collaborations between superb fringe performers who OWN their venue and audience and take them on a journey into...
Posted On 23 May 2017
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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
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: The Late Show: The Warren

This is a slightly soiled laid back bear pit of a show with a cuddly chubby grubby panda host Joe Foster, who did as little as he possibly could to keep the atmosphere up and...
Posted On 22 May 2017
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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
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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...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Trouble with Men @Warren 2

These 2 short vignettes, written and directed by Nick Mylesand presented by Hidden Bell and Oddservants couldn’t be more different. We open with a three-hander, modern-day gay...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: The Cocktail Pianist 2 @Sweet Waterfront 2

We’ve all sat far away from home in the lounge of some large hotel when the cocktail pianist starts to play. Some notes he gets right, some notes he doesn’t. Some tunes he...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: The Lady Boys of Bangkok @Sabai Pavilion

This is a show where boys can be boys and girls can be… well… boys too… Every single performer was stunning in their own way and all dance brilliantly. Yes, The Lady Boys of...
Posted On 18 May 2017
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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...
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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Darkroom Diaries @The Marlborough

Standing in nothing but tighty-whities and a leather harness, Dutch comedian Johan Goossens is a charismatic storyteller who knows how to beak the ice before sharing...
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