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10:19am Friday 25th March 2011
When Isadora Duncan was asked what her dance was about, she replied that if she could tell you, she wouldn’t have to dance it. Contemporary dance, in a similar vein to modern art, atonal music and 20th century architecture, is an abstraction: a paring down to essentials to allow the imagination free rein and never better demonstrated than by the Rambert Dance Company in Brighton.
10:14am Friday 25th March 2011
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5:12pm Friday 18th March 2011
Is it a dance? Is it a joke? Is it a girl? No – it’s the Trocks, ballet as you have never seen it, by dancers you are unlikely ever to have met unless you have been lucky enough to catch them on an earlier tour.
9:36am Thursday 17th March 2011
The measure of Felicity Dean’s superb performance as socialite Pamela Churchill-Harriman in Swimming At The Ritz was that she evoked sympathy for a women whose extravagance saw her blow 115 million dollars.
12:37pm Wednesday 16th March 2011
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6:47pm Friday 11th March 2011
IN SHAKERS, four actresses recreate life in a cocktail bar, portraying waitresses and supermarket checkout-girls as they prepare for a night out plus a series of odious customers with varying degrees of obnoxiousness.
6:43pm Friday 11th March 2011
9:58am Thursday 10th March 2011
Brian Friel's fine play, only 21 years old, has become a modern classic telling of the five impoverished Munday sisters struggling on their remote Irish farm. Each faces a future where marriage is more than a dream. Unlike Chekhov’s Three Sisters, Friel’s heroines have little choice over their futures and are more deserving of sympathy.
4:17pm Wednesday 9th March 2011
Going from strength to strength, this musical about the unlikely rock ’n’ roll star who gets told “Elvis you are not; you’ve got about as much sex appeal as a telegraph pole” is still on a roll after 21 years and reaching an audience of more than 21 million.
5:31pm Monday 7th March 2011
6:25pm Friday 4th March 2011
3:55pm Friday 4th March 2011
A small but intent audience of dance aficionados gathered at the Corn Exchange for this unusual experiment. Co-programmed with South East Dance, Pre:View gives early-career choreographers the chance to perform and get feedback on new work.
3:54pm Friday 4th March 2011
Occasionally there is a performance so exciting by a company so committed that watchers feel they’re in at the start of something special. Joss Arnott Dance, presenting and discussing their new work through Pre:View, are clearly ready for the big time.
11:26am Wednesday 2nd March 2011
What was it like for Lazarus when he died for the second time? How many times must you take communion before you’ve eaten the entire body of Christ? And if God made his son in his own image, was he tempted to exaggerate the size of his manhood?
11:23am Wednesday 2nd March 2011
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3:02pm Monday 28th February 2011
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12:16pm Thursday 24th February 2011
Saturday dawned grey and gloomy, so what better place to have headed to than this? Promising an action-packed roster of mainly indoor science-based hands-on workshops and demonstrations, the Bright Sparks Family Fun Day was one of the myriad of events programmed as part of the Brighton Science Festival.
12:10pm Thursday 24th February 2011
11:33am Wednesday 23rd February 2011
In the late 1950s getting your slightly substantial, unfortunately too-tall daughter married off to a wealthy and tolerably respectable man before her youthful good looks faded must have been exhausting.
2:54pm Tuesday 22nd February 2011
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5:07pm Friday 28th January 2011
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12:39pm Thursday 27th January 2011
9:56am Tuesday 25th January 2011
David Mamet’s three-character drama is about Hollywood, in the sense that Macbeth is about life in a Scottish castle. Tinseltown mores are the take-off point for a dissection of the cupidity and betrayal that Mamet believes are fundamental to all relationships.
5:49pm Monday 24th January 2011
10:47am Monday 24th January 2011
This reviewer did not expect a night at the Theatre Royal to include fondling the disconnected, lumpy "floating" ribs protruding from the warm, tattooed skin of a sword-swallower's chest, but Hannibal Helmurto -- a genial body-modified punk, fingers flapping and forked tongue flickering like a demonic Harry Hill -- was keen to share his dedication to his art.
10:21am Monday 24th January 2011
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