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REVIEW: ‘The Kite Runner’ @ Theatre Royal Brighton

June 12, 2024

The Kite Runner soars as an emotionally harrowing but ultimately life-affirming play, the triumph of this adaptation rests on the shoulders of the phenomenal cast and their ability to breathe empathetic life into their flawed characters.

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REVIEW: Marcel Lucont: Les Enfants Terribles @ Bosco Spiegeltent

June 7, 2024

Lucont’s personification of the sardonic Frenchman, complete with perpetual shrug and world-weary sighs, provides the perfect vehicle for his sharp barbes aimed at modern UK life and parenting. His criticisms are delivered with a charm that makes even the most biting remarks feel like a friendly taquinerie.

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REVIEW: GODZ @ Vault – Brighton Fringe

May 31, 2024

This male acrobatic troupe is an unmissable highlight, especially for audiences who appreciate a mix of raw physical prowess and playful flirtation. GODZ delivers on all fronts, ensuring that every moment is packed with energy, charm, and awe-inspiring stunts.

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REVIEW: Cabaret Impedimenta @ Bosco Spiegeltent

May 27, 2024

Fasten your sequins as I spill some hot tea to about Cabaret Impedimenta at the Bosco Tent, Brighton Fringe. If you’re envisioning a well-organized, seamless cabaret night, think again. This was less a show and more a circus where the clowns didn’t get the memo to stay in their own ring.

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FESTIVAL: Carnesky’s Showwomxn Sideshow Spectacular Marisa Carnesky

May 25, 2024

Wandering around with the music, ohhh’s, ahhh’s and palpable excitement of the crowd on this sunny Saturday afternoon we gently glide around knife balancing body stunts, dangerous wrestlers, fire whippers, an aerialist with a hair raising act, a disturbing writhing contortionist, glass walkers, dancers, drag kings and other surreal performers. 

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REVIEW: ‘Madame Chandelier: A Night at the Opera’ at Brighton Fringe

May 19, 2024

Madame Chandelier’s blend of humor, charm, and vocal talent makes this a perfectly odd fringe show that is both lovely and enchanting. A Night at the Opera is a performance that hits all the right notes.

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