Florian Zeller’s The Father is a play that tells a common enough family story: an elderly father, Andre (Michael Bulman), needs increasing levels of care and his daughter Anne (L…
In just under an hour, FK Alexander’s new performance art piece VIOLENCE delivers an immersive meditation on love’s potential savagery.
Sweet Werks on Middle Street is a tight and intimate space, well-suited to the action of Sisterhood, which is set in a prison cell sometime during the 15th-16th centuries when witc…
Suzi Ruffell loves doing stand-up - and it shows.
Who says stand-up and poetry don’t go together? Sarah Callaghan was told it wouldn’t work, that it just wasn’t, well, fun enough.
A double bill of excellent comedians: both tackled arguably taboo subjects, both were extremely funny.
'Is anyone here for Square Peg?', a person dressed in a white protective boiler suit and hard hat asked.
In beautiful May sunshine, a large group of us gathered at the Coach House to join herbalist Sara Jane Glendinning and musician Jo Burke for a walk up Whitehawk Hill.
Rattle Tales was started by a collective of eleven Brighton based writers who wanted to bring new writing to the stage.
As the audience wandered into the Sweet Dukebox theatre for the start of Tales Michelle Madsen and Lizzy Margereson of BAIT were already standing by the seats, welcoming people war…
The story of Antigone comes from three surviving plays written by Sophocles in the 5th century BC.
First performed in 1947, Jean Genet’s The Maids was inspired by the true story of sisters Christine and Léa Papin, who murdered their employer and her daughter.
There is a housing crisis in this country.
So to the campus at Sussex University on a mellow May evening and specifically to a lecture theatre in the Brighton and Sussex Medical School for an hour long talk delivered by Dr …
The original Greek tragedy of Medea was by Euripides, but Jean Anouilh’s 1947 version is fantastic and many thanks to the Wretched Strangers theatre company for choosing it as th…
A tag team of five young women play a young British black woman.
Very soon after Joe Sutherland took to the stage, it was clear we were in good company: here was someone personable and inclusive, rude and funny with a penchant for great one-line…
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