How lovely to be back at St Peter’s Old Church.
Fresh from a slot on James Corden’s Late Late Show, Lou Sanders breezes into Brighton to blow away the grubby taint of the coronavirus—and your dad.
Brighton Open Air Theatre is an ideal setting for This Is My Theatre’s mission to bring classic plays to alternative, accessible venues.
The HandleBards care about the planet and they care about Shakespeare.
Following Enter The Dragons, their 2017 Broadway Baby Bobby award-winning show, A&E Comedy are back with a new cackle-inducing performance, laced with mirth and magic.
A longstanding stand-up poetry night, Bang Said The Gun is ‘for people who don’t like poetry’.
John Osborne is a writer known for his poetry and his popular Edinburgh show John Peel’s Shed.
In 1986, Nuala won the annual Rose of Tralee beauty pageant and now she’s back as the first female host.
Jenny Rowe’s solo show Tiptree: No One Else’s Damn Secret But My Own is about a woman with many lives, who is best known for not being a man.
The long-standing Poets v MCs show is back in a new guise.
At the edge of the Fringe, in a 13th century church, Shakespeare’s tragic Macbeth is waiting to bewitch you.
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