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REVIEW: Beautiful @ Theatre Royal

March 30, 2022

Molly-Grace Cutler as Carole King is touching, she’s totally there, filled with charming vulnerable and  buoyant hope, it’s a beguiling performance, hinting at the steeliness at Carols core and her tenacity to be heard on her own terms, and the second half focuses more on her music than the AWOL plot.

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Sussex Beacon to fundraise at ‘Round the Horne’ at Theatre Royal

Graham Robson January 6, 2022

Apollo Theatre Company’s production of Round The Horne will be at Theatre Royal Brighton on Monday, January 31 (for one night only!) and the Sussex Beacon will be there shaking buckets to raise vital funds to care and support people living with HIV in Sussex.

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REVIEW: The Play that goes wrong @ Theatre Royal

November 16, 2021

Building up into an entirely daft crescendo of madness the entire play, cast, set and night literally starts to fall apart. It’s done with such wit and well-rehearsed charm that it looks random and ad hoc a real testament to this tightly worked and skillfully directed groups of actors who all work very hard to ensure the chaos on stage stays well within the boundaries of laughter.

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REVIEW: The Midnight Bell New Adventures Mathew Bourne

September 16, 2021

Superb and with a lot to recommend it, The Midnight Bell is a wonderful show to enjoy in the Theatre Royal with enough flair to impress the dance aficionados, more than enough to satisfy the Bourne fans in the house,  and enough real passion for your average audience member to enjoy. Its overflowing with glorious narrative and this group of dancers seriously impress, so even if you don’t quite get the dancing you’ll still really get the show.

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PREVIEW: Brighton Festival unveils its events

Brian Butler March 31, 2021

Brian Butler looks at this year’s Brighton Festival and finds a theme of caring

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