Interview: From The Inbetweeners & Fresh Meat Joe Thomas & Co-Stars Bring What's In A Name To Theatre Royal Brighton
It's the comedy that took Paris by storm, was made into a hit film and received rave reviews when its English‐language adaptation premiered in Birmingham two years ago. So it's no wonder that Joe Thomas
didn't hesitate to say yes to starring in the first‐ever UK tour of What's In A Name?
, which visits Theatre Royal Brighton
, this April.
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Supports Brighton Young Musicians To Unlock Hidden Talents
Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival's music education service, led by Brighton & Hove Music & Arts
(BHMA) has received a grant of £15,000
from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
to support children who wouldn't normally have access to music making.
Following On From Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth Alison Lapper MBE Joins Brighton Fringe As Freedom Season Ambassador
Brighton-Based Wunderkind Sets Out To Motivate Others With His Award-Winning Street Dancing
have announced Alison Lapper MBE
as their new Freedom Season Ambassador.
Alison is a renowned artist, television presenter and speaker who is also well known for being the subject of the sculpture Alison Lapper Pregnant,
which was on display the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square from September 2005 until late 2007.
started dancing when he was two years old and started attending classes when he was only four. Now thirteen, the Brighton-based wunderkind
competes all over Europe in street dancing competitions and recently won the prestigious accolade of World Champion in Advance Solo in the Under 12s division, which he says was an “amazing experience.”
Interview: Comedian Ed Byrne Talks Gender Politics & Growing Old With His Audience Ahead Of Show @ Brighton Dome
Snow Q In Brighton & Lewes: A Live Literature Event ReImagining Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen
Award-winning comedian Ed Byrne
, who plays Brighton Dome
this March, is a household name who enjoys worldwide acclaim for his stand-up. With twenty-five years under his belt, Ed has parlayed his on-stage success
into a variety of notable television appearances.
A re-imagining of Hans Christian Andersen's much-loved fable, The Snow Queen,
combining poetry, original music and visuals is coming to Brighton and Lewes.
Interview: Self-Titled Natural Worrier Suzi Ruffell Finds Happiness Ahead Of Stand-Up Show @ Komedia Brighton
Fresh from a totally sold-out, critically acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Suzi Ruffell
heads for Komedia Brighton
with another show that proves she's a stand-up rapidly becoming a household name. With Dance Like Everyone's Watching,
this self-titled 'natural worrier'
is delighted to shout her newfound happiness from the rooftops.
From Tea Dances To Rock n Roll: Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival Want Your Stories for Heritage Project
Were you mesmerised by Pink Floyd's first performance of Dark Side of the Moon?
Did you sneak into David Bowie's infamous 1973 Ziggy Stardust
gig as a teenager? Have you got a special memory of taking part in Brighton Festival
children's parade? Or did you ever perform on the Brighton Dome