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Brighton Journal | 2nd April 2020

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The Warren to relocate to new central Brighton spot

27th November 2018 |

Otherplace production company who own much-loved ‘The Warren’ have announced their relocation to another space in central Brighton. Home to many performances at Brighton Fringe, The Warren forms a pivotal cultural venue in the heart of the city.

The festival complex … Read More

There’s Two Days Left To Vote For Your Favourite Show and Venue at Fringe!

1st June 2018 |

Over the course of May every single event and venue at Brighton Fringe 2018 has been in the running to take home the incredibly coveted Audience Choice Award. The award, as the name would suggest, is chosen by the audiences … Read More

Mario Karts vs Star Wars: Your Childhood Fantasy Has Come True

15th May 2018 |

This Saturday (19th and 20th May) on Hove Lawns, PLAYAstation present every 90’s kids dream…Mario Karts vs Star Wars. Get ready to feel nostalgic as this ‘pedal Grand Prix’ pits Jedi’s and Sith Lords against Mario and Luigi. Running from … Read More

“It Won’t Go Wrong….” An Interview With Tim Coakley, Writer Of The New Fringe Play “What’s Wrong With Monotony”

4th May 2018 |

Tim Coakley is the writer of the play “What’s Wrong With Montony”, which debuts at Rialto Theatre this evening. In the play he essays a couch-bound writer who frustrates his own cast by failing to complete a script regardless of … Read More

The ‘Play That Doesn’t Like Plays’ Is On At Rialto Theatre Tomorrow. Let’s Get Iconoclastic!

3rd May 2018 |

A new, utterly iconcoclastic play premiering at this year’s Brighton Fringe tomorrow promises to live up to the festival’s zany reputation. Billed as “a play that doesn’t like plays and has been written to satirise all of them”, ‘What’s … Read More

Bus Boy: A Tale of Connection in One of the World’s Most Isolated Cities

1st May 2018 |

It’s impossible to see everything at Brighton Festival and Brighton Fringe but over the course of the coming month we’ll be suggesting to you the ones we think are best to see. ‘Bus Boy‘ is a performance high up on … Read More

Spiegeltent Returns! This Friday Come Down to the Opening of Fringe

1st May 2018 |

Spiegeltent is returning to Brighton Fringe this year with a vengeance. They return with more events than ever before, with some selling out weeks in advance. Brighton Speigeltent was built in around 1920 and comes to our city from Belgium. … Read More

Mankind: Brighton Charity Announce the Revival of Award-Winning ‘GROOMED’

30th April 2018 | 1

The Brighton-based charity Mankind have produced a play for the Brighton Fringe which focusses on raising awareness of their work and the sensitive subject they tackle. The charity was created in 2000 after the need emerged for an agency … Read More

Pay-It-Forward: Make a Positive Difference This Brighton Festival

27th April 2018 |

Brighton Festival begins next week and for the second year in a row they are inviting audiences to join the “global, philanthropic movement” of pay-it-forward. The concept is simple, you pay £5 (or any amount above) when you purchase a … Read More

Artist Open Houses are just round the corner…here’s some of our favourites!

25th April 2018 |

Artist Open Houses are nearly here! The annual event is a perfect opportunity to see some of the wonderful artwork produced in the city and acts at the best place for the snoopers and artistically-inclined residents of Brighton to see … Read More