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Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life

Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life

What do tomatoes, banjos and a recovering executive have in common? Keith Alessi, who used to consume excessive amounts of tomatoes and had 52 banjos in his closet, but couldn’t play a single cord. 

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An Intervention
An Intervention

It is a complete delight to watch these two actors practice their craft. 

Every Time A Bell Rings
Every Time A Bell Rings

The phrase "Every Time a Bell Rings" is well known and resonates especially at Christmas t… 

Little Gift
Little Gift

M6 Theatre Company have put together a heartwarming show filled with the Christmas spirit, with some… 

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A personal tribute to John Hein, publisher of ScotsGay and SGFringe

A personal tribute to John Hein, publisher of ScotsGay and SGFringe

Broadway Baby publisher Pete Shaw pays tribute to John Hein, publisher of ScotsGay and SGFringe who passed away on the 23rd December 2020. 

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Registration Opens for Brighton Fringe 2021
Registration Opens for Brighton Fringe 2021

With the setbacks of 2020 (hopefully) behind us, Brighton Fringe is accepting applications for their... 

Army Launches Fringe Offensive
Army Launches Fringe Offensive

Out of adversity comes opportunity. 

The Show Goes On: Sean Mathias to direct Ian McKellen in Hamlet at Theatre Royal Windsor
The Show Goes On: Sean Mathias to direct Ian McKellen in Hamlet at Theatre Royal Windsor

A new production of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, directed by Sean Mathias with Ian McKellen in an age-bli... 

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What to Watch in Brighton this Christmas

What to Watch in Brighton this Christmas

As Brighton and Hove leaves lockdown and enters Tier 2, socially distanced live performances are back on the cards. 

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Virtual Dance: Taiwan Season 2020
Virtual Dance: Taiwan Season 2020

 From August 4 to 28, the Taiwan Season will be presenting Online Symposium: ‘Connecting with... 

Creating A Virtual Space At The Fringe
Creating A Virtual Space At The Fringe

‘One Festival, Three Weeks, Eighty Shows‘ - theSpaceUK 

Post Covid-19: What Now?
Post Covid-19: What Now?

Since the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis has caused the world to shut down, the theatre industry has go... 

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The Rialto, Brighton: Born Out of Desire

The Rialto, Brighton: Born Out of Desire

Richard Beck met up with Roger Kay, who with his business partner Lauren Varnfield, owns the Rialto Theatre, Brighton, where they are also joint artistic directors. 

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Phil Willmott takes up arms against a sea of troubles
Phil Willmott takes up arms against a sea of troubles

Renowned playwright, composer, librettist, teacher, dramaturg, arts journalist and actor, Phil Willm... 

A Chat With My Boy Danny Playwright Alfie James
A Chat With My Boy Danny Playwright Alfie James

After listening to the radio play of My Boy Danny and writing up my review, I had a (virtual) sit do... 

Back on the BOAT
Back on the BOAT

COVID-19 has severely disrupted the entire industry. 

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Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life

Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life

What do tomatoes, banjos and a recovering executive have in common? Keith Alessi, who used to consume excessive amounts of tomatoes and had 52 banjos in his closet, but couldn’t play a single cord. 

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The Meat Cabaret
The Meat Cabaret

From recent East 15 graduates The Meat Cabaret is a short film exploring the female form and beauty … 

Henry Churniavsky - With All Jew Respect  Parts 1, 2 and 3
Henry Churniavsky - With All Jew Respect Parts 1, 2 and 3

Henry Churniavsky is a Jewish, Scouse Stand-Up Comedian. 

James Crampton: Natural Disaster
James Crampton: Natural Disaster

The world has faced many disasters.