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REVIEW: Out of Order@Theatre Royal

Ray Cooney’s 1990 comedy is standard issue farce: it’s basically ladies in negligees being shoved into cupboards. Not that there’s anything intrinsically wrong with this, it’s...
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Preview: War Horse at the Brighton Centre

A multi-award winning, West End superstar was spotted on Brighton Beach and in Pavilion Gardens this week as Joey, the life-sized, equine puppet and star of War Horse came to...
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PREVIEW: At the Junction Cafe @ Purple Playhouse Theatre

Homegrown Buckle Collective hits Hove Grown festival with an experimental and playful new drama. At times moving, at times hilarious: At the Junction Cafe is a battle of the...
Posted On 16 Mar 2017
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PREVIEW: Magid El-Bushra’s A Willesden Liederkreis (‘A Willesden Song-Cycle’)

Operatic countertenor Magid El-Bushra's acclaimed one-man drag opera cabaret A Willesden Liederkreis comes to the Marlborough Theatre this weekend (March 22). A Willesden...
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REVIEW: Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf@Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Staunton continues to wow the West End in this stunning production. Given the calibre of casting and of writing, could director James Macdonald have gone wrong with this new...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
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PREVIEW: Young, Queer & Skint @ The Marlborough

What does it mean to be Young, Queer & Skint in 2017? This new project, supported by Arts Council England, sees the Marlborough Theatre running a series of mini-festivals...
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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.
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REVIEW: Nell Gwyn: Theatre Royal

This was a warm and funny evening’s entertainment and a superb production of this delightful play by the Globe crew. Certainty worth getting out and watching and being...
Posted On 08 Mar 2017
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PREVIEW: A double bill for International Women’s Day

A Monkey With Cymbals & Orange Girl Productions present a double-bill of Restoration women to celebrate International Women's Day.
Posted On 08 Mar 2017
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(Brighton &) Hove Grown Festival 2017 returns on March 24

Following a successful launch in 2016 that saw over 1,000 people attend 29 shows, (Brighton &) Hove Grown is back for 2017, and has “grown” even more! (Brighton &) Hove Grown...
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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...
Posted On 02 Mar 2017
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REVIEW: A Midsummer Night’s Dream@Young Vic

With the whole cast of 14 on stage for the full two hours of this production, and with it taking place on a stage full of mud, you’d be forgiven for thinking this play was set...
Posted On 25 Feb 2017
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New stage play from local author

The Trials of Colonel Barker, a new full-length stage play by Rose Collis, funded by Arts Council England and based on her book Colonel Barker’s Monstrous Regiment, makes its...
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PREVIEW: My Brothers and Sisters @ Sarah Siddons Theatre, London

MAD 'ED THEATRES production of 'My Brothers and Sisters', a play originally commissioned by City of Westminster College last year to demonstrate its commitment to the...
Posted On 17 Feb 2017
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