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Brighton Journal | 20th October 2019

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Steven Berkoff Play To Come To The Emporium

21st April 2016 |

East, a “play of boundless vitality and a roller-coaster invention of poetic violence and excitement” is coming to The Emporium in Brighton!

East, by Steven Berkoff, is a verse play that was first premiered at the Edinburgh Festival in 1975 … Read More

Let Down By Your Heroes? Cheryl And Tess Understand…

6th April 2016 |

They say you should never meet your heroes, but what about when that hero is your dad? Tribute Acts is a show by TheatreState about ‘hope, disillusionment and father daughter relationships’ and it’s coming to Brighton Fringe next month.

‘Cheryl … Read More

Sell Out London Show to Hit Brighton Fringe

5th April 2016 |

After taking Edinburgh Fringe by storm, a sell out three weeks at London’s Soho Theatre, two awards and a West End Award nomination, Luke Wright is bringing his show, What I Learned From Johnny Bevan to the Brighton Fringe this … Read More

Brighton Beach To Become Set of New Interactive Play

31st March 2016 | 1

A daring new play entitled Once Upon A Time On Something Street is due to turn Brighton Beach’s Madeira Drive into an interactive set with a story that unfolds through different time periods.

The play from Whizz Bang Productions will … Read More

Shakespeare’s Daughter in Full Bloom in The Herbal Bed – Review

23rd March 2016 |

Peter Welan’s The Herbal Bed has a scented heaven of herbs as a backdrop for the investigation into the private life and times of the most famous man in England’s daughter, Susanna Hall (played by Emma Lowndes).

As the opening … Read More

Ian McKellen & Patrick Stewart are coming to Brighton!

16th March 2016 |

Everyone’s favourite gobal bromance is coming to Brighton.

Following on from their Broadway hit, Sir Ian McKellen (Gandalf, Magneto, Estragon), will be joined on the stage by Sir Patrick Stewart (Picard, Prof. Xavier, Vladimir), to star in Nobel Prize laureate Harold Pinter’s … Read More

Women’s Voices at The Old Market

14th March 2016 |

Three performances will be taking place at The Old Market this month as part of their Women’s Voices Mini-Series. Starting on the 15th, Three Generations of Women will kick off the mini-series. Created by the Broken Leg Theatre company, Three … Read More

Bernard Shaw’s love letters reborn in Brighton

14th March 2016 |

“I’ll wait until you ‘need’ me, and then I’ll mother you. That’s the only unselfish love. I’ve never been admired or loved (properly) but one and a half times in my life, and I am perfectly sick of loving. All … Read More

Was Shakespeare’s daughter accused of adultery?

2nd March 2016 |

“Love changes us. Love’s alchemy! In that furnace everything changes. Hard stone shatters, iron goes soft and turns to liquid… and so do we… in love’s fire.”Read More

A Modern Twist on a Classic Tale at The Brighton Emporium

15th January 2016 |

For something a bit different next week, why not treat the family to a wonderful stage show at the Emporium?

From January 21st the Apollo Production’s Junior company are doing a three night run of their stage production of Alice … Read More