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Amber has been reviewing for Broadway Baby since 2013. Before this she has experience producing theatre and reviewing in the arts.


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Harman

Harman

Upon the return from their tour in Turkey, Ceyda Tanc Dance perform a triple bill of work. The company focuses on creating cutting edge and dynamic contemporary dance works, with influence of traditional Turkish folk dance, the dance style of Ceyda's heritage. The Brighton-based youth company, Ceyda Continue Reading

★★★★
The House Project

The House Project

Have you ever looked through a window into someone else’s world? The house is 'for sale'. In the garage, sisters sort remnants of family life into job lots; upstairs a son, long-disappeared, plays the haunting music of Nick Drake. Simultaneously staged across five floors of a Brighton townhouse Continue Reading

★★★
366 Days of Kindness

366 Days of Kindness

Can kindness change the world? Find out in this uplifting joyful show. In response to the riots in 2011, Bernadette resolved to do a random act of kindness for a stranger every day. She left sweets in phone boxes, £5 notes on buses and offered her socks to the homeless. Part story telling, part Continue Reading

★★★★
Lead Pencil and Friends

Lead Pencil and Friends

Imagine the love child of ‘Saved by the Bell’ and ‘Art Attack!’ That's Lead Pencil and they've made a sketch show, by literally sketching it. “A very talented trio!” (Fresh Fringe), “Hugely talented performers” (The Public Reviews). Following their smash hit 2013 show at The Continue Reading

★★★★
Come Rhyme with Me

Come Rhyme with Me

A poetry evening presented as a dining experience with a set menu of performers - each style specific to the course they have been chosen to represent - handpicked by hosts Dean Atta and Deanna Rodger. With an open-mic to start the night, you are guaranteed three tasty performances, a delicious Continue Reading

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Rock and a Hard Place

Rock and a Hard Place

7:30 am. Fred Hammond, director of a small savings bank, has to rush to a crucial meeting with his boss. But a big stone is blocking his drive. Where did it come from? How to react? Freddie works himself through temper tantrums and biting sarcasm down to the fundamental questions of his life. Continue Reading

★★★
Vincent Goes Splat

Vincent Goes Splat

A tale of wonder, and guilt, and choking to death – well, lots of things really. A bounding comedy for a bitter heart, lyrical and idiotic, an awful story beautifully told. From an emerging, award-winning Australian writer/performer ('The Lounge Room Confabulators' and 'A Night to Dismember'), a Continue Reading

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