Organisers of the VAULT Festival today announced that this year's programme will not go ahead due to the surge in Covid-19 infections.
This year’s Luke Westlake Scholarship was awarded to Melodie Karczewski during a ceremony at the Turbine Theatre, Battersea last Sunday evening.
Independent cultural powerhouse C celebrates 30 years at the Fringe, and the award-winning launch of the C ARTS digital online programme.
Myra’s Story, the 5-star sell-out show at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, was presented with the highly-prized Bobby Award at the end of its final performance.
As the August rain
turns to September sunshine, theSpaceUK says farewell to Edinburgh for another
year with everyone soon heading home for a well-deserved rest.
Brigadier Ben Wrench continues the work done by his predecessors in promoting the [email protected] as a much-valued contributor to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Broadway Baby is delighted to announce that Family Portrait by Natasha Gilmore’s Barrowland Ballet has been presented with an Edinburgh Festival Fringe Bobby Award 2021.
The Fringe didn’t happen at all last year, and with less than 500 shows, this year it’s at a fraction of its normal strength, but for the last couple of years theSpaceUK has be...
Broadway Baby is delighted to announce that 1902 written by Nathan Scott-Dunn and co-directed by him and Sands Stirling for Saltire Sky Theatre at Leith Arches.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is now hitting the halfway mark for this year and although limited it is still the place to be for any up and coming performer and production.
One of the first productions to be rescheduled at The King’s Head Theatre in Islington is For Queen And Country, the story of Major Denis Rake MC, a gay actor recruited as a spy ...
Blue Apple Theatre was established in 2005 by Jane Jessop.
Theatre has never been away, but we're finally allowed to go and mingle (at a safe distance) whilst seeing a show in person! Read on for our top picks of the shows actually live an...
Parents of Brighton, if you want to take your offspring out, then these are our top picks for family friendly entertainment during Brighton Fringe.
This year, Brighton Fringe has gone digital.
Blind Cupid Shakespeare Company creates audio series for children
The Bridge House Theatre has now announced the artistic team that will accept submissions for consideration as part of their new programming initiative.
Lights Down Productions have announced the second series of their online new writing project, the Light On Showcase.
The London production of Dear Evan Hansen will reopen at the Noël Coward Theatre on 26 October 2021.
A brand new 500-seater open-air theatre is set to open this July in Cassiobury Park, Watford.
The annual Bloomsbury Festival (15-24 October 2021) is launching a series of playwriting opportunities as part of their New Wave programme, a year-round platform for emerging talen...
Back after the events of 2020 led to the Festival's first cancellation in its 53 year history, Brighton Festival is a hybrid mix of digital, online, audio, theatrical, artistic eve...
The Space on the Isle of Dogs celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and to mark the occasion has announced its biggest ever season with a programme that covers a six month summ...
The Bridge House Theatre, Penge, will reopen this summer.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society has announced that the Fringe Artist and Venue Recovery Fund is now open for applications.
The King’s Head Theatre, Islington reopens and launches Plays on Film on its new, on-demand digital platform KHTV.
Jermyn Street Theatre announces The Footprints Festival 17th May-1st August
Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society and Edinburgh International Festival announce go-ahead.
The Traverse Theatre presents this year's Class Act.
Three initiatives at the Southbank Centre will provide opportunities across a range of arts activities.
The company we all know as Out of Joint from now on will be known as Stockroom.
The Space receives £27,098 from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund.
"We want to give people the confidence and skills they need to thrive and flourish."
What wouldn’t you give to be saying that now?
West End Musical Drive In, alongside a plethora of films and comedy nights, are all planned for The Drive In which reopens on April 12th.
Performance and Fundraising work hand in hand for Scottish students.
Are you a budding playwright with a few small pieces under your belt, looking for the big break? Would you like to see your first work come to fruition, created with a full-length ...
New podcast to quench the thirst of musical theatre die-hards missing the in-person experience.
Back in March 2020 we quickly added a new category for our listings – ‘Online & Broadcast’, but let’s tell it like it is; it was a fudge.
As Brighton and Hove leaves lockdown and enters Tier 2, socially distanced live performances are back on the cards.
Since the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis has caused the world to shut down, the theatre industry has gone dark, at least at first sight.
Does technology have a role in live performance? In 2014 The Old Market’s #TOMtech season blasted into Brighton, exclusively showcasing performances shaped by technology.
Unlike its sister crawl, Old Town North, Old Town South traverses more of the South Side’s bars that lie adjacent to many Fringe venues.
After a year of excellent shows, picking the winner was harder than ever.
There’s been disco-dancing to Madonna in an old church, vegan based stand up in a room above a pub, incredible acrobatics, hilarious cabaret songs about near-death experiences an...
Today theSpaceUK announces its 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Season with over 400 shows and the biggest new-writing programme at the Fringe.
There have been some stellar hits and some definite misses, but with some five star performances just starting their runs it could be that your favourite show of Brighton Fringe 2...
That’s right, we’re already coming towards the halfway point of Brighton Fringe.
From dark comedies, to sci-fi authors, to an uncooked lump of dough, Brighton Fringe certainly offers surprises for everyone as we head into this second weekend.
The Old Market are excited to announce that they have managed to raise £1,057 for Brighton Women’s Centre throughout their Reigning Women season.
After taking on a LOT of research to create their new cabaret show, What Doesn’t Kill You [blah blah] Stronger, Tyler and Erin have discovered some tips on how to survive some pr...
Back with a bang, Brighton Fringe 2019 launches today with a spectacular firework display at Fringe hub, The Warren, which has relocated to Victoria Gardens following the roadworks...
Welcome to Brighton Fringe 2019! We’re ready to welcome back old favourites, discover new talent and generally have a jolly good time.
This week culminates in International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March and The Old Market’s fiery mini-season, Reigning Women, has never seemed so relevant.
Ditch the messy arts and crafts this half-term and entertain your little darlings with the best live family friendly performances Brighton and Hove have to offer instead.
Tickets for the all-star staged concert of Les Miserables went on sale today with fans queuing up on the website for hours to secure their seats for a show that will see legends ...
It’s the most wonderful time of the year (apart from Brighton Fringe, of course) and there are plenty of delightful performances to entertain you this winter.
The Warren will be relocating for Brighton Fringe 2019 to a brand new venue in the heart of the city
If you’re not a performer, it can be impossible to imagine how anyone is able to get up on stage and entertain.
Welcome to our top 5 picks from the third year of Brighton HorrorFest, the spooktacular celebration from Sweet of all things that go bump in the night.
Just like that, we approach the final weekend of Brighton Fringe.
The Museum of Ordinary People (MOOP) is a pop-up museum, running for one week only, as part of The Spire’s secret Fringe programme.
Despite the costs many performers experience putting on a production there are plenty who use the platform provided to them to fundraise or raise awareness for a cause close to the...
May is marvellous.
You've probably walked the circumference of the globe the amount of times you've been up and down the pier.
You have probably seen an awful lot about GDPR coming from
all angles recently and although I’ve no desire to add more white noise to the
conversation, in the spirit of compl...
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We're almost mid-way through the Fringe and it seems like there are more shows than ever to pick from.
After the glorious sunshine of the opening weekend, you might be forgiven for thinking that the fun might be over.
The relationship between poetry and alcohol is renowned and Joseph J Clark continues in this tradition with his show, Drunk With A Pen (Sweet Werks 2, 5th-13th May, 19:00).
Do you always listen out for the screeching sound of the TARDIS? Have you dreamed of captaining the Enterprise to boldly go where no one has gone before? Does other people’s lack...
It’s the bank holiday and you’re ready for the long weekend – but what to do? Read on to discover how to kick-start your weekend with comedy, beer, parties and Julie Andrews.
Know your camembert from your comté? Your seitan from your soy? If you serve your steak on a Himalayan salt block or enjoy covering your chargrilled cauliflower with chermoula the...
Writing a press release that a journalist will use is a skill even experienced PRs can get wrong.
Broadway Baby Publisher, Pete Shaw, offers a comprehensive guide to marketing your show at a fringe festival such as Edinburgh with tips on budgets, creating a press release, socia...
Some years ago I wrote an article about the best strategies for getting Broadway Baby to review your show.
Olivier award-winning Kinky Boots celebrates its 1000th performance and has now welcomed over 1,000,000 customers in the West End.
Visit Westminster Abbey this half term and celebrate the Commonwealth during a week of special events for families.
As one of the heavy hitters at Brighton Fringe, Sweet Venues have announced they doubling their number of spaces in 2018 with two new venues.
The Rolls-Royce of English comedies, Oscar Wilde’s An Ideal Husband, brings an act of political sin into the heart of the English home.
Former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry heads to the London Palladium for one night only in May 2018.
The world’s longest running American
musical, the multi award-winning Chicago,
returns to London’s West End after a 5½ year absence.
All this week we've got some fantastic offers on your favourite West End shows. Check back daily for the latest offers.
Tipped to be London’s theatrical event of 2018, the multi-award winning and critically acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King And...
Booking for Matilda has been extended until 19th February 2019.
Get last minute tickets to see Ronan Keating in the Mane Chance West End Charity Gala Spectacular at up to 72% off.
The debut novel from McFly star and bestselling children's author Tom Fletcher The Christmasaurus comes to the London stage for a special Christmas spectacular in December.
Barry Humphries is our masterfully seasoned emcee and cabaret diva Meow Meow our chanteuse in this risqué, sophisticated and seductive tribute to the jazz-infused music of the Wei...
There’s Murder in the West End this Halloween as an ancient curse turns cast members of London’s leading shows into method-acting murderers! The curtain has fallen on unsuspect...
Sondheim’s musical comes to the West End starring Rosalie Craig and Patti LuPone at the Gielgud Theatre for a strictly limited season next year, and you can get your hand on ti...
Tickets go on sale at 12pm today for the world premiere of TINA - The Tina Turner Musical, which opens at London's Aldwych next Spring.
Rehearsal photos released of Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce in the world première of the two-handed black comedy, Le Grand Mort.
Mutterings about star ratings are as much a part of the Fringe as plastic pint glasses.
The second Bobby of EdFringe 2017 has been scooped by Middle Child for All We Ever Wanted Was Everything.
The Army has set up camp for the first time at the Fringe and is stationed with Summerhall in its own premises.
In 2005 it was revealed that author JT LeRoy was in fact a hoax – written by Laura Albert but played in person by her sister in law Savannah Knoop.
Back in 1947 the founders of the Edinburgh International Festival could hardly have imagined what their legacy would be.
As we celebrate 70 years of Edinburgh Fringe defiance, Fay Roberts suggests that more work is needed to make it truly open access for everyone.
The Scottish Storytelling Centre is, in its own words, ‘a vibrant arts venue with a seasonal programme of live storytelling, theatre, music, exhibitions, workshops, family events...
Earlier this month I saw an amusing post on Twitter from Garrett Millerick who decided not to drop £2K on an EdFringe PR and instead buy a top-of-the-range flatscreen TV instead.
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