by the events of Sophocles’ Antigone, Greek theatre veterans Actors of Dionysus
chose to examine the actions of two women who are unable to explain the whereabouts of …
Following our legendary Brighton Fringe 2016 appearance, the original family dance party returns for more day-clubbing, this time at the funkiest bar on the beachfront with the bes…
How many times can you fall in love? How many people can you love at the same time? These questions arise when certain uninvited guests call, disrupting the comfortable lives of an…
In the era of Serial, Making a Murderer and Casting JonBenet, it can be easy to forget that the public’s taste for true crime is not a particularly modern phenomenon.
If you ever crave the feeling that all the weight has been taken off your shoulders, this show and its desire to unburden you is worth a shot.
Back for its second year, ‘The Dance Trail’ invites audience members on a journey of contemporary dance performances in unusual spaces around Brighton.
Join Doris La Trine and Lotta Quizeen on their first day out of rehab.
Join Tommy as he battles wolves, ghosts and monsters in pursuit of treasure.
The MA Performance and Visual Practices returns to the Marlborough Theatre for its annual show of surprise and delight.
A promenade performance by in situ: Following the sell-out success of Canterbury Tales in 2015, in situ:’s storytellers return with another medieval masterpiece – Boccaccio’s m…
Welcome to The Claremont Hotel, where strangers come and strangers go and some may stay for longer.
Mercedes, or ‘Merc’ as she calls herself, has just landed a new job working at a nightclub; a nightclub with a sexist and homophobic doorman -Kai Henderson-, a highly stung and…
An inconspicuous townhouse in
Fiveways plays host to the promenade performance Dancing in the Dark.
‘Brighton looks like
a town helping the police with their enquiries’ quotes our white-coated guide
at the top of the stairs in Brighton Town hall and raises a laugh as she
Those without a
snide, self-deprecating, sense of humour, step away from the Thermos Museum.
A walk celebrating all that’s unique, and a little bit weird, about Brighton.
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