You are in an auditorium made of mirrors.
My beloved alma mater, the University of Sussex, is no stranger to interdisciplinarity.
If all great truths begin as blasphemies then George Bernard Shaw was undoubtedly the most blasphemous man of his age.
As a child of rural Somerset, I am no stranger to folk music.
This unorthodox Festival Shakespeare Company production kicked off its first night with some serious pizazz! Bringing a comedy favourite to new life, the acclaimed Brighton company…
Fringe venue behemoth Laughing Horse present a mixed bag of comedy upstairs at the Quadrant hosted by mentalist magician Mr.
Komedia welcomes the usual suspects into its ample bosom for laughter and such-like frivolity.
Hendrick’s Carnival of Knowledge opened its gin-spattered doors to the exceptional Dr David Bramwell and his array of pranksters and mischief-makers.