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Josh Berry: Voice Thief
Josh Berry: Voice Thief
One of Britain’s youngest impressionist makes debut at Brighton Fringe!
Lisa Klevemark makes her Brighton Fringe debut with this eponymous show which is a little bit too close to home to be labelled character comedy.
They Called her Cassandra
They Called her Cassandra
Local author, Renee Tyack, was still living in London when her book “They Called her Cassandra” was first published in 2008. Ronald Harwood, the Oscar winning screen and play-write wrote in the foreword:
Game Of Throne's Stiv Brings Literary Mayhem To Brighton Fringe!
Star of UK improv sensations Austentatious and Racing Minds Daniel Nils Roberts makes his Brighton Fringe debut with a fiercely-anticipated third solo show
Camille Claudel: the woman, the sculptor, the genius – at the Brighton Fringe on 25–27 May 2019
Brighton based Digital Marketing agency ThoughtShift is hosting a 5-a-side football tournament to raise funds for local homelessness charity, The Clock Tower Sanctuary, on Thursday 18th April.
On May 1st 1994, the directors of Umbrella Theatre, Colin Granger, Marina Kobler, and David Lavender, opened a new venue called Komedia, in a converted former billiard hall in Kemptown, Brighton.
The only way to see off the summer and see in your first term at university
The acclaimed independent radio station 1BTN returns with its annual all-day female takeover for International Women’s Day (IWD) on Friday 8th March.
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