Wilde About Music Hall: Roy Hudd Opens Up On His Journey From Music Hall To A Woman of No Importance @ Theatre Royal Brighton
takes us on an oral journey from his beginnings in music hall to his upcoming starring role in Oscar Wilde's A Woman of No Importance
, at Theatre Royal Brighton.
Interview: Choreographer Dada Masilo On How New Giselle Is Set To Spring A Few Surprises @ Brighton Dome
South African choreographer Dada Masilo's Giselle
- which plays at Brighton Dome
, this October - brings the ballet into the 21st century. The Soweto-born choreographer and dancer has taken the classic favourite and thoroughly shaken it up so audiences can anticipate the unexpected.
Where the Wild Cooks Go: Cerys Matthews Serves Up A Mix Of Music & Food Ahead Of Date @ The Old Market
With a childhood spent foraging and learning
to make flapjacks and nettle soup, followed by a life of touring as a musician around the world and delighting in the delicious local delicacies discovered along the way, a love for food and cooking has always been central to Cerys Matthews'
Artwave: Annual Free Arts Festival Is Up & Running Across East Sussex
Art lovers from far and wide will descend on East Sussex in the coming weeks as Artwave
, the annual free arts festival
, welcomes thousands of people into private homes, studios, galleries and workshops.
Funds Sought For Permanent Brighton Rainbow Crossing To Celebrate Fifty Years Since Stonewall Riots
A campaign & fund raiser
is up-and-running to place a permanent rainbow crossing
on St James Street, Kemp Town, Brighton.
Fly Like An Eagle: Kelly Jones On The Unlikely Return Of Stereophonics
"Our last gig of the world tour was September 2018, in Brooklyn - I was done, had written no songs, nothing new, I thought I felt like quitting for a while,"
says Stereophonics frontman, Kelly Jones.
Interview: Jason Donovan On His First Time Role As Producer On Brighton Bound Production Of Priscilla Queen of the Desert
is about to take his first steps in the role of producer, when the new production of Priscilla Queen of the Desert
visits Theatre Royal Brighton
, later this year.
Review: The Mill On The Floss @ Brighton Little Theatre
Director Claire Lewis
brings this lovely adaptation of George Eliot's classic doorstop novel, The Mill on the Floss
, to life at the Brighton Little Theatre