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Fringe REVIEW: Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus @Brighton Fringe

James Ledward May 6, 2018

Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus “boldly go where no one’s been before” to save the Pink Planet and ‘beat off’ the nasty Black Hole at St George Church, Kemptown. I say no more!

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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Agent of Influence

Brian Butler May 27, 2017

In this Dick Barton style cheap spy thriller monologue Rebecca Dunn as Times newspaper fashion and gossip columnist Lady Pamela, conjures up a world of high society, smart clothes, Nazis and the abdication of Edward VIII.

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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Rubber Ring @The Warren

Spencer Charles Smith May 11, 2017

Energetic and charming, just like its writer/performer, Rubber Ring is an engaging tale of adolescent uncertainty and a refreshing snapshot of growing up queer in Norfolk. Although somewhat predictable, the story was fast-paced and the script had moments of poetry and earnestness – I was genuinely hooked ‘til the end. The character of Billy, the gender-queer Londoner that opens the eyes of our naive protagonist Jimmy, was a highlight and I was sad to say goodbye to them.

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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Fannytasticals @Sweet Dukebox

Brian Butler May 9, 2017

If you are a man attending this show on your own – beware – for most of its duration you will be quite justifiably the target of sharp, witty and very crude humour from this 6-woman ensemble.

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BRIGHTON FRINGE REVIEW: Help! I Think I Might Be Fabulous @Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco

May 9, 2017

It’s been quite a while since I’ve failed to connect with a show as deeply as I failed to connect with this one – it might as well have been performed in Lithuanian so little did I appreciate what was happening on stage.

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