The Girl On The Train: Cast & Director Talk Ahead Of New Star Studded Stage Adaptation @ Theatre Royal Brighton
Thriller fans are clearly in for a treat when director Anthony Banks
promises the stage adaptation of The Girl On The Train
- playing Theatre Royal Brighton
, this June - "is absolutely packed with twists and turns”.
C Duncan: Multi-Instrumentalist Ditches Bedroom Studio For Album With Often-Darker Lyrical Undertones
third album sees the Scottish multi-instrumentalist ditch his bedroom studio
and work with other producers, engineers and musicians for the first time.
Bring Dementia Out: New Innovation To Help LGBT People With Dementia Being Tested In Brighton
has partnered with people affected by dementia, LGBT+ communities and key organisations (including Switchboard in Brighton and Hove) on a series of resources, including a video, booklet, online hub and posters, to raise awareness and understanding of challenges faced by LGBT+ people
affected by dementia.
Multi-Grammy-Winning Lauryn Hill Confirmed For Sussex Jazz Festival
Revolution Of Mind: She Drew The Gun Team Up With Coral Frontman Ahead Of Date @ Brighton Patterns
Having recently completed a UK tour supporting The Coral, She Drew The Gun
will end their forthcoming tour
at Brighton Patterns
Talk Is Cheap: Keith Richards Remembers The Time He Filled The Gap in the Rolling Stones Downtime
In 1988 Sussex resident Keith Richards
released his first ever solo album, Talk Is Cheap
, an eleven track masterclass in everything rock 'n' roll.
Q&A With Poet & Comedian Rob Auton Ahead Of His Show @ The Old Market Brighton
A clip of award-winning poet and comedian Rob Auton
performing on Comedy Central has recently gone viral
with nearly four million views on Facebook.
Sam Morrow's New Album Concrete & Mud Should Cement His Place As A Must See Live Performer
Brighton-bound Sam Morrow's Concrete and Mud
is a confident album, rooted in Texas twang, southern stomp, and old-school funky-tonk.