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REVIEW: Mamoru Iriguchi @ THE MARLBOROUGH

Oh we adored Mamoru Iriguchi. He’s so sweet and geeky and utterly charming. The tech in the show is seriously clever although it’s about as mixed media, tech heavy Heath...
Posted On 24 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: Passing On @Sweet Werks 1

This heart-rending and passionate play is about a gay couple who for once are not facing issues surrounding Aids. This tragic tale of a married gay couple in Ireland centres...
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Kate Tempest debuts new album at secret ‘Your Place’ gig

Brighton Festival 2017’s Guest Director Kate Tempest made a surprise return to the city on May 19 for a secret gig as part of the Festival’s Your Place initiative, performing...
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REVIEW: The Prophetic Visions of Bethany Lewis @BOSCO

The Prophetic Visions of Bethany Lewis Bosco Tent Brighton Fringe May 18 After a bang on the head from a tin of beans an ordinary puppet-woman becomes a world-renowned psychic...
Posted On 21 May 2018
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REVIEW: Post @Marlborough Theatre

I had a glass of Cachaça, and it was nice to watch Xá lay the table and swirl around in his Vira skirt, he’s very softly spoken and engaging, but this is a hefty subject and...
Posted On 21 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: The Sparks Factory @Sweet Werks 1

I WAS lucky enough to catch the final night of The Spark Factory – a festival of bold and risky new work taking place within the Brighton Fringe and curated by Spun Glass...
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Fringe REVIEW: The Manifestation of Trim Tab Jim @St Nicholas’ Church

What if the world we live in, the universe, the galaxies, everyone we know and love are just elements of a huge computer simulation like the Matrix, and what if our lives,...
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PREVIEW: BodyMap @Brighton Spiegeltent: Bosco

This is what happens when an original 80's punk makes it through the vortex into 2018. More Anarchy, Bingles and Chaos than you could poke a selfie stick at.
Posted On 19 May 2018
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Today Saturday May 19: Bird la Bird’s Travelling Queer People’s History Show

To mark IDAHOBIT - International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) - in the city this year, the Brighton & Hove City Council LGBT Workers Forum (BHCC...
Posted On 18 May 2018
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Festival REVIEW: XFRMR @The Spire

The Tesla Coil sat there, throbbing like some developmental dangerous god, an Old One angry and spitting the energy of destruction at us, and it felt like we were being led in...
Posted On 18 May 2018
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REVIEW: Woodland @Brighton Festival

It’s a guided mediation into the very still heart of death, but within death it's all life! Endless changing life! the crepuscular, muscular sweet stenching oozing splendour...
Posted On 14 May 2018
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REVIEW: Butt Kapinski @ KOMEDIA

This is pure festival gold! The narrative might be familiar, the plot might not always land well, but the hour spent in the ridiculous and coercive presence of Butt Kapinski...
Posted On 13 May 2018
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REVIEW: The Comforter @ MARLBOROUGH

There are moments of bonding which work in different ways and some daft interactions with the ghost of George Michael. The point of it appears to be something about life...
Posted On 13 May 2018
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Fringe REVIEW: Excess Baggage – Resound Male Voices

When 17 men from a gay men’s choir get stuck at the airport with constant delays and very annoying tannoy announcements what do they do to pass the time? Well, sing of course.
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