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FEATURE: The Future of Theatre Through Brighton Eyes

Brian Butler July 19, 2020

As We move to a limited reopening of theatres Brian Butler talks to three of Brighton’s theatre professionals.

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Kim and Captain Cockroach raise funds for LGBT Community Safety Forum

Besi Besemar May 25, 2019

Kim and Graham Hobson, known to many as Captain Cockroach, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary, Graham’s 60th birthday and their company’s 25th birthday at a very special evening at the Queens Hotel on Saturday, May 4.

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REVIEW: TWINKLE @ Phil Starr Pavilion

Brian Butler February 18, 2018

Harold Thropp is a very tired very angry panto dame. Arriving at a down at heel Northern town – probably Sunderland – he discovers that Widow Twankey has been reduced to a tiny cupboard of a dressing room in what he describes as the “cellar “.

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B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival: TWINKLE starring Miss Jason

Besi Besemar February 16, 2018

To celebrate LGBT HISTORY MONTH for one night only Jason Sutton (aka Miss Jason) stars in Philip Meeks’s one man play: TWINKLE. Following recent performances in Brighton, which delighted audiences and critics alike, TWINKLE now plays for one night only in the Phil Starr Pavilion at the B RIGHT ON LGBT Community Festival.

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PREVIEW: TWINKLE Little Star @Queens Hotel

Besi Besemar October 24, 2017

Jason Sutton aka the drag entertainer Miss Jason is to play the role of Harold Thropp in a new production of Philip Meeks’s TWINKLE Little Star. The play started life many years ago as an Edinburgh Fringe show and has been seen in a number of theatres since, being performed by a list of dame-playing actors that would grace many a London Palladium pantomime.

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REVIEW: Actually Gay Men’s Chorus – Bring on the Men@St Andrews Church

Besi Besemar April 11, 2017

After working with the same musical director for more than 10 years, Actually Gay Men’s Chorus appointed a new MD last summer as Jason Pimblett passed the baton on to Samuel Cousins.

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