A Golden Celebration at Bar Broadway

Current holders of the Golden Handbag awards for Best Small Bar and Best Bar Person, Bar Broadway in Steine Street, celebrates it’s third birthday this weekend, with four days of celebrations starting from Thursday, July 27.

Pride Pleasure Gardens return to Old Steine and Victoria Gardens

After last years stunning debut The Pride Pleasure Gardens return for a weekend of enchanting and exciting entertainment at the heart of the city, next to the Gay Village. Old Steine and Victoria Gardens will be transformed into a unique Pride experience for three days and nights...

PREVIEW: Plenty Queer at Cafe Plenty

Plenty Queer was born out of a desire to promote queer artistic voices, highlight the meaning of Pride, and raise some money for the Terrence Higgins Trust (THT). It has been a shared feeling among the organisers Brighton peers that, whilst always a great weekend, Brighton Pride...
Posted On 12 Jul 2017

Fundraiser for Sussex Beacon at Railway Club

Start your Pride weekend off this year with top cabaret at the Railway Social Club who will be raising money for the Sussex Beacon. Entertainment will be provided by Kara Van Park, and a special guest followed by a raffle and disco finishing just before midnight.

Blackpool Unites for CHECHNYA appeal

Following news stories of atrocities in Chechnya, the round up, beating, incarceration and torture of gay men in the Russian State; entertainers from across the UK and Europe come together to raise funds to support the terrible plight of these men.
Posted On 10 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: Tori Scott at Marlborough Theatre and Live at Zedel in London

Robin Rayner Productions present Tori Scott’s UK debut at The Marlborough, Brighton followed by the Live at Zedel summer season in London. Named one of Time Out New York’s Top 10 Cabaret Artists, Tori Scott makes her hilarious UK debut with Thirsty! direct from sell-out...
Posted On 05 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: ‘Trouser-wearing characters’ by Rose Collis

Trouser-Wearing Characters by Rose Collis is the first ever musical cabaret show written and performed by a British female author. This original entertainment, written and performed by local Sussex’s favourite Rose Collis, is a unique mixture of music, history and comedy.
Posted On 03 Jul 2017

PREVIEW: First ever ‘Pride Improv Festival’ for London

Zeal, a week-long event will take part in venues across the city from July 1-7, offering a diverse mix of improvised entertainment to celebrate the LGBT+ communities. Featuring improvised games, comedy, theatre, musicals, drag acts, stand-up and cabaret from both queer...

UDERBELLY REVIEW: Liza’s Back (is broken)

Trevor Ashley brings his latest offering Liza’s Back (is broken) to the Spiegeltent at the Uderbelly Festival on the South Bank and what a wonderful treat it is.