Video Exclusive: LGBTI People Share Experiences On Decriminalisation Of Homosexuality On Its 50th Anniversary
In a short new film
two men and three women reflect on their experiences about being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender & intersex (LGBTI) around the time of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality
and offer a message to younger LGBTI people.
Gulliver's Travels World Premiere Unearths New Talent Pool Of Emerging Writers
A musical world premiere of adventure story Gulliver's Travels
is just the beginning of a series of new works created by previously unknown writers and composers
, according to the show's producer.
Review: Jane Eyre @ Theatre Royal Brighton
This quite extraordinary production of Charlotte Brontës classic not only pulls new threads from the well-known and loved story, but also brings a fierce physicality to the stage.
Brighton Digital Festival Comes To Attenborough Centre For The Creative Arts
Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts
is set to host a series of shows
encompassing contemporary music, digital art and installation to begin the Autumn 2017 season.
Brighton Royal Pavilion Estate: New Images Shed Light On Excavations At Historic Quaker Burial Site
New images which have just been released give a unique insight into excavations at the historic Quaker burial site
which was discovered earlier this month during redevelopment work at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange.
Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia Epic National Theatre Live Production Comes To Lewes Big Screen
From its South Bank home
, the National Theatre (NT) brings to the Depot cinema
, Lewes, big screen – Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia.
Chris Riddell: Brighton Based Children's Laureate Launches Drawing Breath Baby Campaign
Brighton's Chris Riddell
, illustrator, political cartoonist and author, is behind a newVoluntary Service Overseas
(VSO) fundraising campaign to help babies 'draw' their first breath
in Sierra Leone, which has the highest maternal mortality rate in the world.
The Hubbub: Artists Create Brighton Based Showcase To Educate Public About Living With Hidden Illness
For two months, a group of artists that
live with an invisible disability have been creating visual, sound and interactive artworks
with the aim of educating the public on what it's like to live with a hidden illness.