Theatre & Arts Reviews & Previews

Brighton is a culture capital with a huge variety of events on offer, read our reviews from exhibitions to one man shows and discover what’s on.

CINECITY, the region’s biggest celebration of cinema, celebrates its 14th edition this November with the very best in world cinema and a packed programme of premieres and previews, treasures from the archive and live soundtracks...

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Brighton Photo Biennial 2016 Highlights

October 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

Brighton Photo Biennial has returned for its seventh edition and a month of free photography exhibitions and events for all. Below are 3 unmissable events from this year's programme....

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A 5 day festival for curious children aged 0-11 years and their adventurous families....

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Brighton Digital Festival is the UK’s largest digital festival, now in its 6th year. The festival will once again bring together the city’s arts and digital communities through a range of exhibitions, performances, conferences,...

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This summer the theatre royal are inviting families on an interactive tour where you can expect to explore hidden parts of the building not open to the public, meet characters from the past and experience...

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The wonderful Starboard Festival has announced the full line up of shows and tickets are now on sale for all shows and workshops. Starboard Festival runs from 2nd-17th July and features work by 23 companies – from...

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Step back in time and immerse your family in the spectacular magic of the past. England’s Medieval Festival is the most authentic, one-of-a-kind event in the UK with a very special blend of history and...

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A new sci-fi themed immersive team game starring Hugo Myatt, aka Dungeon Master Treguard from the popular 90s children's programme 'Knightmare', is set to launch in Brighton this year but that's not even the best...

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On a sunny Friday evening, The Warren was a hub of excitement and entertainment. It was my first visit to the Fringe this year, and my goodness Le Gateau Chocolat did not disappoint!...

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This May's Brighton Fringe offers your first chance to see an outrageous new comedy from Signal Theatre Company, Sellotape Sisters Fringe 2016....

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Delphine Fringe 2016 | 14-15 & 29-30 May

April 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Something has happened and Delphine must finally face the joys and difficulties of adult freedom. The decision to risk her own fragile emotions, break free and stand in her own shoes is a terrifying one....

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Faulty Towers The Dining Experience
 Fringe 2016The five-star affectionate homage to Fawlty Towers the TV series is back for just five shows due to a packed touring schedule at this, its sixth Brighton Fringe. Tickets...

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Boasting 5* reviews from its 2015 seasons in Brighton Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and London Covent Garden, this new immersive comedy by the producers of Faulty Towers The Dining Experience returns to Sussex CCC at Brighton...

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Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart once again take the stage in Harold Pinter’s masterpiece, NO MAN’S LAND, which will visit Theatre Royal Brighton from Monday 22 – Sat 27 August as part of...

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Directed by Nicholas Quirke (Festival Shakespeare Company) Seth Morgan stars as Prospero and leads a professional Brighton Cast. A must see for lovers of Shakespeare and classical theatre....

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Ashley Cousins shines as the lead in a warm and fantastical production of David Walliams’ Gangsta Granny, premiering at the Theatre Royal prior to its West End run. Gangsta Granny is a heart-warming story of the...

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The Rialto Theatre welcomed Button Pressed Productions with their new one act comedy ‘The Ealing Inheritance.’ Written by and starring Simon Messingham, the play explores the tale of two sisters with a great secret inheritance...

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Burning the Clocks 2015 Invites Local Support

November 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Taking place from 6.30pm on Monday 21 December 2015, the Burning the Clocks parade runs from the Brighton Dome to the seafront, features around 2,000 participants and attracts more than 20,000 onlookers....

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Calling all Fringe Virgins! There's new and exciting Brighton Fringe 2016 funding & bursary opportunities for new performers. Better hurry as deadlines are looming!...

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Wild Strawberry Christmas Craft Fairs

November 14, 2015 | 1 Comments

The wonderful Wild Strawberry Creative Craft & Gift Fairs return this year with three festive events sure to tick everything off your Christmas list....

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