Birdy at the Hurly Burly – Brighton Fringe

This was one of those shows where I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. As a newcomer to Brighton Fringe I was unfamiliar to the Hurly Burly tent, beyond passing it on the bus and seeing a lot of children hanging around.

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The Faulty Towers Dining Experience returns to Brighton Fringe

Fans of the much loved show were treated to a wacky evening of food and frolics on Saturday night as the Faulty Towers Dining Experience came to town yet again as part of the Brighton Fringe.

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The opening night of Anne Boleyn at the Theatre Royal, Brighton

The theatre was packed last night for the English Touring Company and Globe Theatre’s alternative take on the tumultuous of Anne Boleyn. The era hopping production tells the tale of Anne Boleyn, not the heretic and whore that much of history has concluded, but as intelligent, witty and romantic, a woman intent on spreading the true word of God.

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Rambert Dance Company returns to Brighton with Seven for a Secret…

Rambert Dance Company is back in town, this year bringing their Seven for a Secret… tour to the Theatre Royale in Brighton.

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Puccini’s La Boheme review at the Theatre Royal in Brighton

If I’m honest I don’t often go to the opera, especially performances dedicated to a cat. In fact I rarely go to any performances that are dedicated to animals. So last night’s performance of La Boheme dedicated to the director’s cat was an unusual experience.

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Eastbourne Festival 2012: 7 – 29 April 2012

The fifth annual Eastbourne Festival will take place from 7 April and will feature a mixture of traditional and contemporary events across the town.

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Brighton Festival 2012

Photo credit Annabel Clark

Following on from last year’s more politically influenced festival, Brighton Festival 2012 see’s Vanessa Redgrave taking up the role of Guest Director.

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