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Festival REVIEW: The String Quartet’s Guide to Sex and Anxiety @Theatre Royal

The String Quartet’s Guide To Sex And Anxiety Theater Royal Brighton Festival The claustrophobic close and tempestuous relationship between sex, anxiety and music comes...
Posted On 26 May 2018
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TONIGHT: An evening with Zak Black

The Rottingdean Club have a real treat lined up for you over the Bank Holiday weekend on Saturday, May 26. Zak Black is an international showman who always receives five-star...
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Peacock Poetry Prize winners announced

The winners of the Peacock Poetry Prize 2018 - an annual creative writing competition produced by Brighton Festival and Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College (BHASVIC)...
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PREVIEW: Independent artist Lauv releases new music

Singer Songwriter Lauv adds two new singles to his playlist project.   SINGER SONGWRITER, and producer Lauv released two new singles on May 24. The platinum selling...
Posted On 25 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: Shit-Faced Showtime @The Warren

By plan or delightful default it was one of the LGBTQ members of the cast who was getting drunk pre-show this time around, which added an extra frisson of #RuPaulDragRace...
Posted On 25 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: James Dean is dead! (Long live James Dean) @The Warren Theatre Box

It’s no coincidence that iconic movie star James Dean’s middle name was Byron – named after the equally iconic, young, charismatic gay poet.
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Record numbers expected for Brighton Bear Weekend 2018

Organisers of the Brighton Bear Weekend (BBW) taking place from June 14-17 secure biggest prize fund yet, for this year raffle, worth over £2,500. PRIZES include a money can't...
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MUSIC REVIEW: AY Wing – Strange

Is AY wing’s latest track Stranger then fiction? SWISS SYNTHPOP with a twist of turning beats and zazzy vocals, that’s what you hear when AY Wing‘s latest...
Posted On 24 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: Mamoru Iriguchi @The Marlborough

Oh we adored Mamoru Iriguchi. He’s so sweet and geeky and utterly charming. The tech in the show is seriously clever although it’s about as mixed media, tech heavy Heath...
Posted On 24 May 2018
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PREVIEW: Popular DJ Sigala announces release of debut album

British DJ Sigala is set to release his latest album and UK tour later this year. Chart-topping DJ and producer Sigala will release debut album Brighter days on the 21st...
Posted On 24 May 2018
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GIG REVIEW: Canada House @The Great Escape

The great adventure! The great entertainment! Presented to you in full colour by Canada House. "WE'RE READY," Danny confirms, his wrinkled face contorted in desperation to...
Posted On 24 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: Passing On @Sweet Werks 1

This heart-rending and passionate play is about a gay couple who for once are not facing issues surrounding Aids. This tragic tale of a married gay couple in Ireland centres...
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Fringe REVIEW: Fix my Brain @The Warren

  Fix My Brain Two Surnames The Warren May 21 FIX my brain is fun and the boys have certainly done their work, they stay in character throughout, apart from when they...
Posted On 22 May 2018
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Kate Tempest debuts new album at secret ‘Your Place’ gig

Brighton Festival 2017’s Guest Director Kate Tempest made a surprise return to the city on May 19 for a secret gig as part of the Festival’s Your Place initiative, performing...
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