9:34am Friday 19th September 2014
9:29am Friday 19th September 2014
10:56am Thursday 18th September 2014
Laughtermarket once more breaks down the doors of The Old Market to bring Brighton a great weekday comedy night. The four acts wove together a relaxed show of warm, political and surreal comedy for an audience of regulars and newcomers.
9:42am Thursday 18th September 2014
9:41am Thursday 18th September 2014
10:17am Wednesday 17th September 2014
10:13am Wednesday 17th September 2014
9:57am Tuesday 16th September 2014
Fenton Gray, and guests Emma Odell and Robert Metson, took his audience on a nostalgic journey to celebrate the two worlds of sophisticated revue and knockabout music hall as well as paying respects to Gilbert & Sullivan and Irving Berlin. And what a marvellous journey it was.
6:29pm Monday 15th September 2014
12:33pm Monday 15th September 2014
The Olivier Award-winning tragicomedy by Marie Jones tells the tale of a quiet Irish community turned upside down by the arrival of a Hollywood movie shoot and had the audience in stitches almost immediately.
12:32pm Monday 15th September 2014
The Kantanti Ensemble served up Stephen Sondheim’s ever-popular tale of the demon barber with trademark relish to a Lewes crowd typically hungry for cultural titbits. And no-one was disappointed. The chorus’s lip-smacking verdict on Mrs Lovett’s pies - “God, that’s good!” - might have been what we were all thinking about this delicious performance.
10:29am Monday 15th September 2014
Intimate seemed to be the adjective on the lips of Christopher Taylor, the man behind Sohn. The previous night he had sold out the Shepherds Bush Empire, so the vastly smaller confines of The Haunt were stark to the man behind moniker.
10:21am Monday 15th September 2014
Hugless Douglas is a simple story. The pyjama-wearing bear wakes from hibernation and is looking for the perfect hug. He tries hugging rocks, trees, sheep and owls before stumbling across the source of the biggest, warmest arms he knows.
10:03am Monday 15th September 2014
12:00pm Thursday 11th September 2014
9:55am Thursday 11th September 2014
1:27pm Wednesday 10th September 2014
11:27am Wednesday 10th September 2014
11:25am Wednesday 10th September 2014
Thanks to the Brighton Museum Biba show in 2012 and the rave reviews it attracted, many in the packed audience for An Evening With Barbara Hulanicki will know that she studied at Brighton College of Art and actually opened a branch of Biba in Queens Road.
9:29am Tuesday 9th September 2014
9:27am Tuesday 9th September 2014
3:00pm Monday 8th September 2014
2:22pm Monday 8th September 2014
Brighton Digital Festival: Beyond The Bright Black Edge Of Nowhere The Old Market, Hove, Thursday, September 4
9:42am Friday 5th September 2014
9:36am Friday 5th September 2014
10:55am Tuesday 2nd September 2014
10:02am Monday 1st September 2014
10:01am Monday 1st September 2014
1:13pm Friday 29th August 2014
It’s a big year for playwright Richard Bean who has three world premieres opening. He’ll be hoping one of them catches fire and matches the still-glowing flame of 2012 hit, One Man, Two Guvnors, due to arrive to Brighton’s Theatre Royal in December.
11:20am Friday 29th August 2014
11:19am Friday 29th August 2014
10:03am Wednesday 27th August 2014
10:01am Wednesday 27th August 2014
This enjoyable production fills the stage with a live band, swags of fabric creating a circus big top, and a flamboyantly costumed cast performing There’s No Business Like Show Business among other Irving Berlin hits.
1:06pm Tuesday 26th August 2014
1:04pm Tuesday 26th August 2014
10:23am Friday 22nd August 2014
9:48am Friday 22nd August 2014
1:06pm Thursday 21st August 2014
12:23pm Wednesday 20th August 2014
The demise of Top of the Pops is sad for many and varied reasons but the fact that the Fat White Family aren’t able to invade the nation’s living rooms on a unsuspecting Thursday night is surely one of the most unfortunate.
10:10am Monday 18th August 2014
10:05am Monday 18th August 2014
The accolade legend, so freely applied but often un-merited, is fully justified regarding Sir Garry Sobers. His track record and statistics fully support the claim that he is one of the finest all-round cricketers that have graced the game.
10:00am Monday 18th August 2014
10:03am Thursday 14th August 2014
10:01am Thursday 14th August 2014
Pennsylvanian quartet P***** Jeans have spewed their cathartic punk rock into the world for a decade, but their latest album, the 2013 Sub Pop release Honeys, has revealed a more constructed and refined version of their sound.
10:47am Wednesday 13th August 2014
It says something about the elusivity of Neutral Milk Hotel that their singer, Jeff Mangum, essentially disappeared for three years following their much-eulogised second album, In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, in 1998.
9:37am Wednesday 13th August 2014
9:35am Wednesday 13th August 2014
Slint, and in particular tracks from their 1991 opus, Spiderland, were treated with a reverence at The Old Market that saw anyone making a noise – even while the amps hummed between songs - swiftly hushed quiet.
11:02am Tuesday 12th August 2014
11:00am Tuesday 12th August 2014
10:57am Tuesday 12th August 2014
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