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Brighton Journal | 13th December 2019

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The Fringe Might Be Over, Theatre In Brighton Goes On!

14th June 2017 |

Just because one of our most beloved festivals is over for this year, that doesn’t mean that the spirit of theater has left Brighton entirely! There still are some exciting plays worth checking out this month! Here is our little … Read More

What’s On This Weekend! June 2nd – June 4th!

2nd June 2017 |

It’s only been a short week, but most of us probably still can’t wait to head into the weekend. Luckily, your nice big Saturday sleep in is just around the corner. But don’t sleep in for too long as there … Read More

The Cornish Legend Like You Have Never Seen It Before! ‘Tristan And Yseult’ At The Brighton Festival

18th May 2017 |

It is the tragic love story of the Cornish knight Tristan and the Irish princess Yseult. Having fought successfully against the Irish in the name of his king and uncle Mark of Cornwall, Tristan’s mission is to bring Yseult to … Read More

It’s Not Too Late To Buy Tickets For The Brighton Festival !

10th May 2017 |

Let’s admit that we sometimes tend to forget really important things, like buying tickets for a festival we really want to go to. And then there is this one moment of disappointment when we say to ourselves ‘Oh dear, it’s … Read More

Let’s Talk Sexual Identity And Gender Roles – Interview With BoxedIn Theatre Artistic Diretor Oli Savage

8th May 2017 |

Have you ever felt like you don’t really fit into the labels society puts on us? Ever hesitated when filling out a questionnaire asking whether you consider yourself male or female? This is what queer theatre is about. How are gender and … Read More

Sexual Fears of a Modern Day Virgin

1st May 2017 |

What if I told you that you know nothing about sex? 

Would you believe me? 

These are just a couple questions from Rant + Rave.  They are an emerging theatre company and comprise of mostly current and former UEA students. … Read More

The Making of an All-American Murderer

28th April 2017 |

Critically acclaimed show ‘Hummingbird’ is coming to Brighton to take part in the Brighton Fringe Festival. The Making of an All-American Murderer is a darkly, beautiful story of love and murder. Playing at The Warren, Brighton in May, the physical … Read More

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

28th April 2017 |

Recognised as one of the top children’s books of all time and more than 41 million copies sold worldwide, The Very Hungry Caterpillar is coming to Brighton next month with it’s very own show. After popular shows in the West End and … Read More

A Musical About Southern Rail Strikes Is Coming to Brighton

5th April 2017 |

Months of strike action on Southern Rail services last year left hundreds of thousands of passengers in low spirits. Such low spirits, in fact, that one local theatre company is putting on an all-singing, all-dancing show about the transport company.

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First Look At New Brighton Fringe Venue

4th April 2017 |

Shiny Town – Brighton Fringe’s new venue, which will pop up in the Royal Pavilion gardens – has been revealed for the first time.

The venue is the newest of Brighton Fringe’s 155 performance spaces, which will be peppered throughout … Read More