REVIEW: KAYA @Brighton Festival

This was a story of easy migration, or perhaps a story of migration told and retold so many times that it had become a softened legend, losing it’s hard edges and human pain. Like hearing your grandmother tell of her grandmothers journey here from a country no longer on the maps,...
Posted On 16 May 2018

PREVIEW: Singers United Flashmob

Aneesa Chaudhry, a British Asian woman is passionate about the voice and how we can use it to make a positive difference in the world. She trained as a Barrister, professional singer and vocal coach and is on a mission to do what she loves doing  - that is empowering and...

Festival REVIEW: Grand Finale @Brighton Dome

We left churned and fascinated by the dancers and this dance and also vividly connected to the heaving mass of humanity and our own movements within it and well pleased by this return to the Festival by the ravishing Hofesh Shechter Company
Posted On 08 May 2018

PREVIEW: Pink Glove : A queer pulp/indie/post punk/new wave disco

Your fave queer indie disco for common people comes to the seaside for a dirty weekend! Head down to Komedia's Studio Bar for some Pulp/faggy indie/post punk/new wave for beatniks, dirtbags and lumberjacks... where DJs Heidi Heelz and Seductive Barry will be spinning Pulp and...
Posted On 29 Apr 2018

PREVIEW: Strictly Professionals Tour comes to Brighton Centre in 2019

Tickets are now on sale for Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals which returns to Brighton Centre on May 24, 2019 as part of a 35 date UK tour. Direct from BBC One’s award-winning prime time TV show Strictly Come Dancing, this glamorous production will bring together some of...

Programme announced for Brighton Bear Weekend

Organisers of Brighton Bear Weekend announce full programme of events from Thursday, June 14 to Sunday, June 17, 2018. Events planned over the weekend include a welcome party at Bar Revenge, pub quiz at Camelford Arms, club nights at Envy, Subline and Latest Bar, a Bear breakfast...

DANCE REVIEW: Rambert @Theatre Royal

It would be fitting if I could open this piece with a statistic on how many times the Rambert has performed at The Theatre Royal or indeed how often I have seen them there but alas all I can serve up is probably the well-known nugget that the Rambert is Britain’s oldest dance...
Posted On 22 Mar 2018

DJ Profile: Lee Harris

Queenie catches up with a lovely fella who’ll definitely having you dancing and prancing throughout 2018. Whether it’s in London, Dublin, Southampton, Portsmouth or Sydney blooming Australia, Lee Harris is the man to put a definite spring in your step. Or should that be Steps?

PREVIEW: Kill Joy BINGO! Brighton’s first riotous bingo game-show party

Traumfrau's yearly International Women's Day extravaganza is going bingo crazy this year.
Posted On 10 Mar 2018

Tonight at the B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: 70s/80s Disco Ball goes ahead at 7.30pm

The B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival comes to a close this evening (Saturday March 3) with the 70s/80s Disco Ball, raising funds for the Rainbow Fund. The Ball will bring down the curtail on seventeen days of events at the Phil Starr Pavilion, that have been Brighton's...

PREVIEW: Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals UK tour 2019

Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals returns to venues across the country from May 2019 for a 35 date UK tour coming to Brighton Centre on May 24, 2019.

Dance Like a Diva for Martlets Hospice

Gather a group of fun friends together for a fantastic four-hour dance party at Concorde 2 in Brighton and have a ball raising money for Martlets hospice on Sunday, April 22. Dance Through the Decades with club DJs Lucy “Elle J” Small from Funk the Format and Soul Casserole as...

B RIGHT ON LGBT Community festival returns to the city in February, 2018

Building on the success of this years inaugural event the B RIGHT ON On festival moves to the larger more spacious surroundings of Victoria Gardens from February 15-March 3 on the site usually occupied by the Ladyboys of Bangkok Sabai Pavilion.

TRAUMFRAU: The queer migrant takeover party

Borders are closing and migrants are being vilified across the UK, both systemically and on the streets. Traumfrau think it’s time to rebalance the power and give migrant friends a platform by throwing a party and celebrating everything migrants bring to the UK!