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Brighton Festival and Fringe 2013
7:10pm Wednesday 8th May 2013
6:30pm Wednesday 8th May 2013
6:20pm Tuesday 7th May 2013
5:50pm Tuesday 7th May 2013
7:10pm Thursday 2nd May 2013
3:10pm Wednesday 1st May 2013
3:50pm Thursday 25th April 2013
2:10pm Monday 8th April 2013
The Jewish community has hit out at Brighton Festival organisers for scheduling religious-based events on their Sabbath.
7:40am Tuesday 12th March 2013
5:30pm Friday 31st May 2013
Feral Theatre’s New Writing South Award-winning production started life last year as a trio of separate works by the company’s three main creators.
10:00am Thursday 30th May 2013
Princess Diana famously tried it. As did former England football manager Glenn Hoddle. Less is known about Oscar Wilde’s visit to see a clairvoyant when he found himself at his lowest ebb.
10:00am Sunday 26th May 2013
Humans have been making maps since cave dwellers scratched on stones 14,000 years ago.
10:30am Saturday 25th May 2013
The appetite for children’s theatre in Brighton often outstrips supply.
10:00am Saturday 25th May 2013
"Nonsense poetry is a way of tapping the adult world on the shoulder and saying, ‘Do you fancy some of this?’ but in an uncorrupted childlike way.
9:30am Tuesday 21st May 2013
To call Khaled Hosseini’s debut novel a challenge for a director or an adapter would be an understatement.
8:30am Tuesday 21st May 2013
Helen Ward and Marc Craste’s picture book Varmints is a true thing of beauty.
9:00am Monday 20th May 2013
It was the ruins of Lewes Priory at the bottom of his road which inspired actor and writer John Burrows to create his new two-hander about the effects of the Reformation.
5:00pm Friday 17th May 2013
Nathan Cassidy loves to gamble. So he’s taking a massive punt on himself to win the Edinburgh Comedy Award 2013.
11:40am Tuesday 4th June 2013
This musical tribute to Broadway legends John Kander and Fred Ebb caught my attention when it was premiered at the Brighton Fringe in 2011 and second time round it proved to be just as pleasurable.
11:31am Tuesday 4th June 2013
A balmy Friday evening in an elegant theatre space near a well-stocked beer garden might draw the prospect of genuine happiness closer than it usually seems during the working week.
10:00am Tuesday 4th June 2013
3:21pm Monday 3rd June 2013
The evening was warm and kind – sunlight dappled through bright leaves as the promenade players romanced the audience around the lush gardens in Hove.
2:10pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
Casus - Knee Deep a fusion of traditional and contemporary circus techniques performed by Emma Serjeant, Jesse Scott, Lachlan McAulay and Natano Fa’anana. This was a truly mesmerising show, which thrilled and completely captivated the audience in a world of twists and turns. A gripping sensation rippled through the auditorium while those watching clung to the edge of their seats, engrossed in the creativeness and team work that flowed throughout the whole performance.
2:34pm Monday 20th May 2013
More than just a magic show
2:31pm Monday 20th May 2013
The Bear is a series of very short – only a few minutes each – scenes that together form the twisty story of a portion of Angela Clerkin’s life. There were only three people on stage when I went to see it: Clerkin (who plays herself), Guy Dartnell (who plays every character that’s not Clerkin - there are at least nine of them) and the B.S.L. interpreter.
5:20pm Thursday 16th May 2013
As the lights dim I see the bear obscured in a perspex cube which is the focus of the stage. This film noir based performance was surprisingly deep and enthralling, the story of a solicitor’s clerk Angela Clerkin who is immersed in a murder case. When she believes the case is all drawing to a close, the defendant tells her that “The bear did it!”.
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